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Strangest Things

Season two, episode five was my least favorite episode because not a lot happened.

Season two, episode five was my least favorite episode because not a lot happened.

Season two, episode five was my least favorite episode because not a lot happened.

Season two, episode five was my least favorite episode because not a lot happened.

Riley Steinbugl, Reporter

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On this blog, I will be talking about an episode of the Netflix series, Stranger Things, each week, including things such as, what I think will happen, as well as my thoughts on the characters and the events that happened. 

Welcome back to Stranger Things! This week we will be talking about season two, episode five of Stranger Things. This episode wasn’t my favorite, but it was alright. There was not a lot happening, and nothing too major happened either.

The episode starts, and Chief Hopper is exploring the tunnels of the Upside Down. It is honestly really creepy inside and if it were me, I would not have gone into the tunnels. When he gets to a big opening, he looks up and a growth on the side of the wall shoots toxic gases at him. He is left unconscious. This part was kind of gross, but Hopper will be able to escape.

Meanwhile, Eleven is trying to find her mom. She looks through an old box and finds the address of where her mother lives. She decides to go and visit her. It was nice that El wanted to meet and visit her mom.

When she gets there, she realizes her mom has a mental problem and cannot know that she is there. This was sad because El really wanted to meet her mom.

The next day, Joyce and Bob realize that Hopper is missing, and they go to find him in the tunnels. When they get there, Hopper is still unconscious, and they have to do CPR. Luckily they saved Hopper though.

That’s really all that happened in season two, episode five. This was probably my least favorite episode so far because not much happened. In the future, Hopper is going to go back into the tunnels, since he didn’t get to finish exploring them.

Tune in next week on Stranger Things to hear about season two, episode six