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Chapter Seven: The Lost Sister 

Psychic visions draw Eleven to a band of violent outcasts and an angry girl with a shadowy past.

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Joyce Byers (credit only)
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Jim Hopper
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Mike Wheeler
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Dustin Henderson (credit only)
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Lucas Sinclair (credit only)
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Will Byers (credit only)
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Max Mayfield (credit only)
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Nancy Wheeler (credit only)
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Jonathan Byers (credit only)
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Steve Harrington (credit only)
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Billy Hargrove (credit only)
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Karen Wheeler (credit only)
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Bob Newby (credit only)
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Dr. Sam Owens (credit only)
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Psychic visions draw Eleven to a band of violent outcasts and an angry girl with a shadowy past.

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The music used when Eleven, Kali and her gang are preparing to leave to find Ray is from the deleted Bank Heist scene from Escape from New York - composed by John Carpenter. See more »

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Upon Eleven's visit to Chicago, establishing shots of the Chicago Skyline include buildings that weren't built in 1984- including Two Prudential Plaza (constructed in 1990), The Trump International Hotel and Tower (2009), The Blue Cross-Blue Shield Tower (2010), and The Legacy at Millennium Park (2010) See more »

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Kali: They can't save you Jane!
Eleven: No. But I can save them.
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References Supermarket Sweep (1965) See more »

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Open the Kingdom (Liquid Days, Part II)
Written by Philip Glass
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Unworthy of All the Hate
30 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

I'll be the first to admit that this episode isn't necessarily the strongest of the season, but I don't understand why so many people are bashing on it mercilessly. This episode explored many important topics that are going to be crucial in the future of the series, such as other people like El. Although this episode didn't move the narrative of the season along, we did get a glimpse into the future of Stranger Things, which I think is ultimately valuable. Maybe it wasn't the best episode, but it definitely doesn't deserve a 6.8 and plummeting review.


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