Stranger Things 3: Here are the 5 best moments from the series
If you haven't seen Netflix's recent release of Stranger Things 3, then you're missing out.
Combining the perfect amount of humour, action and emotion, the show is set in the 80s and can satisfy any viewer no matter what genre you normally prefer. Here are the best five moments from Stranger Things 3.
Eleven saying 'I dump your ass' to Mike was the most iconic moment of the entire series. In fact, Eleven isn't the only girl who can savagely deal out a dumping, as Lucas reveals Max has dumped him five times. I love the portrayal of strong, independent girls whose lives revolve around more than just a boy. This scene even led to the boys discussing their belief that girls were a different species—more emotional and less logical. That's obviously a contentious issue, but one that is funny and lighthearted for quite a dramatic show.
Eleven and Max's girly day
This scene depicts Eleven finally having a normal, girly day out with her friend Max. It was great to see the pair's friendship grow during this season and I loved Eleven's makeover—the perfect transformation to become more herself and less Hopper. With this, came a growth in her confidence, which was lovely to see.
Dusty and Suzie's song
It was great to know that Suzie existed after an entire season of wondering if she was just Dusty's imaginary girlfriend. However, she was real and helps save the day between a comical scene where she forces Dusty to sing 'their song' and a dramatic one that tragically leads to the demise of Hopper. Suzie seems quite eccentric, the perfect match for Dusty; one can only hope she features in the next season.
Steve Harrington's hair
Considering Steve's nickname is 'Steve 'The Hair' Harrington' this one doesn't need an explanation. I'm so happy him and his hair finally found love.
Not only was this one of the funniest moments of the season, but it was also one of the saddest. Hopper initially struggles with his fatherly responsibilities when Eleven and Mike's relationship is under full swing, under his roof. This also acts as his last message to Eleven after his untimely death; one that is both heartbreaking and heartwarming at the same time. RIP Hopper.