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Chapter Three: The Pollywog 

Dustin adopts a strange new pet, and Eleven grows increasingly impatient. A well-meaning Bob urges Will to stand up to his fears.

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Jim Hopper
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Dustin adopts a strange new pet, and Eleven grows increasingly impatient. A well-meaning Bob urges Will to stand up to his fears.

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27 October 2017 (USA)  »

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Hopper reads Eleven Anne of Green Gables; he also is shown reading this to his daughter Sarah in the season 1 finale. See more »

Goofs

When Sean Astin and Winona Ryder are enjoying a luncheon outside the store, Sean opens a can of Dr Pepper. In the time this show is set, the can would've had a detachable ring-pull style opener, however Sean opens it and pushes it back as per cans from modern day. See more »

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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Cookin'
Written by Al Casey
Performed by The Al Casey Combo
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A Hopeful Evolution
1 November 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Stranger Things is back to being the plot-driven series we have all been excited about. I love that the stakes are higher, and the monsters feel more horrific. In fact, the end of the episode made me get chills because I didn't expect such detail. However, there is something off about this season so far. It's not bad. It's just different. I love that they took risks by putting last seasons main faces -- Eleven, Mike, Joyce, and even Jonathan and Nancy -- to the background and put other characters in the forefront -- like Will, Lucas and Dustin, and Steve. The only character I believe has stayed in the spotlight is Hopper, which is good because he is the most complex character in the entire series. I miss that last season's faces don't get as much screen time, but I love that the series is growing and maturing, evolving.


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