Warning: This post contains mild plot spoilers about Stranger Things 3.
Stranger Things 3 is being largely hailed as a triumph. It jumpstarted the narrative, gave some much-needed credit to its female characters, and is generally just a good ol' time (except for the Flayed, R.I.P.).
But there's one baffling gap, and that's Jim Hopper's terrifying anger management issues that build to a boiling point from the season's very opening. Hopper is a rage monster almost as volatile as the Mind Flayer,...
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