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People are pointing out amazing small details hidden in Stranger Things that you probably missed.
Even the biggest superfan ever wouldn't be able to guess some of these.
Hardcore bingewatchers will have re-watched the series four numerous of times since its release last month.
A 1979 flashback that kicks off season four shows Dr. Brenner working at Hawkins National lab, experimenting on children. As he begins his day with a crossword puzzle, he puts down his answer as 'Kali' with the clue being 'Shiva's wife'.
A theory that hints at Will Byers being gay is that his hero is Alan Turing. Who is that, you may ask? Turning was a big player in revolutionising computer science but was sadly discriminated because he was gay.
Bare in mind that one of the biggest inspirations for the show was ET, the phone booth scene seemed fitting.
The #8 jersey Lucas wears is a nod to Kobe Bryant’s first jersey number. @calebmclaughlin is a huge fan and had the idea to pay tribute to Kobe through his character’s jersey 💛💜 pic.twitter.com/PjT9uWxbqD— Netflix (@netflix) May 30, 2022
When Mike goes upstairs to give El her Eggo waffles, her bedroom door is cracked open a few inches which fans think is basically a nod to Hopper’s letter he wrote to El in the season three finale.
This is probably one detail that you haven't missed to be fair.
As you might remember, Pennhurst Asylum is where Robin and Nancy go in season four to chat to Victor Creel. However, you might have forgotten that the hospital was mentioned first back in season one when Mike, Dustin and Lucas first found Eleven. Not to mention that Pennhurst is a real place and some reckon it's haunted.
For those who still haven't seen the new series, here's the synopsis: "Darker and denser than its predecessors, Stranger Things' fourth chapter sets the stage for the show's final season in typically bingeworthy fashion."
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