The Real Evil of 'Stranger Things'
Stranger Things featured a variety of heroes and villains alike. Barb, Dustin and Mr. Clarke represented the undersung good. And on the other side, we have the obvious faceless monster, terrifying government operations and evil scientists.
But I think we all know there was one true villainous presence on the show. One we desperately wanted to see eradicated. And that was motherfuckng Carol and Tommy.
Fuck. Those. Two.
Like, fuck them so hard they could have just changed the name of the show to Steve’s Garbage Friends and it would have been fine.
Like, fuck them so hard that I sat here for two hours making gifs of how garbage they are.
It IS Tuesday, Tommy. SOME OF US HAVE TESTS AND PARENTS.
Don’t you DARE besmirch the good name of Barb like pretending you don’t know her, you knucklefuck.
That mean kid trope of not understanding human emotions is so weird to me and also SO CAROL.
SO CAROL. Ugh. Carol.
NO CAROL, THAT’S NOT HOW MATH WORKS.
Cool scary noise, Tommy. NO ONE CARES.
“Here you go, beaten-bloody friend. Pay me for your face Coke.”
Just garbaging around like garbage.
THAT IS SO FUCKED UP YOU SHITSACK.
THANK YOU, STEVE, JESUS.
And, we were almost spared dealing with that shitsack Carol and given sweet precious Barb instead, because as some Redditors figured out, the Demogorgon almost got Carol first.
Netflix hasn’t officially announced a second season for Stranger Things, but Reed Hastings did say they “would be dumb not to.” So we can assume it’s coming. And with David Harbour’s mention of a potential reveal regarding his character Hopper’s daughter Sarah, it would likely involve the same characters. And if that’s the case, so help me, we need to see these two die horribly, eaten by faceless monsters. I don’t ask for much.
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