Who doesn't love binge-watching Netflix shows? Over the summer, I had some free time and would use that time to unwind from my two jobs by watching Netflix. Recently, a the Netflix original series "Stranger Things" was released and I quickly sped through all eight episodes. If you've watched the show, you can probably relate to some of these stages, like I did:
1. Trying to figure out what the show is about.
I was hooked from the pilot episode, and I was left with so many questions. Ultimately, this made me want to dive deeper and deeper in to the show, which can sometimes be a challenge for script writers.
2. WHAT IS THAT THING?
Why are the walls moving and the lights flickering? What is that scary monster noise I keep hearing? WHAT IS GOING ON?
3. I love Steve but I also love Jonathan.
Steve is a literal babe, but there's something about Jonathan's mysterious side that really pulls me in. I love them both, how the heck is Nancy supposed to choose between them?
4. Where is Barb? Why aren't her parents concerned?
5. I love these children with all of my heart.
I look at Mike, Lucas, Will, Dustin, and Eleven as my own children. When something happens to one of them, I have a minor panic attack. It's fine, I'm fine.
6. NO. DO NOT TAKE ELEVEN.
7. When they finally figure out how to defeat the Demagorgon and you do a happy dance.
8. Happy ending? Yeah, right.
Sure, Will is safe and sound, but I can tell you right now that something is up and nothing will ever be the same again. Give me season two. Now.