Stranger Things, S3, Ep 3, The Case of The Missing Lifeguard, Review by Case Wright


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This review will be fairly brief because the episode could’ve been condensed to about 10 minutes- I am being generous.  I’m not saying this was a filler episode, but Joanne’s called and wants their batting back! HIYO!!!! Craft Burn!

This show is starting to use the time sequences that were common in Saw; it’s hard to tell the order of events.

What Happened?

Robin figured out the Russian code and then Dustin, Robin, and Steve stakeout the mall and….accomplish nothing.

Hop is angry at Joyce and rants at her because she stood him up to do SCIENCE and figure out why everything is demagnetized and….it leads nowhere.

Hop and Joyce decide to search the old lab….and Hop gets his ass beaten by the Choking Russian Guy! HA! Some things did happen, but most weren’t that Strange and really didn’t move the plot forward. So…. Shrugs.

Max and El go searching for the lifeguard Mullet-Renfield kidnapped and they find her at …. home.  Well, this was kinda cool.  The monster made her all Stepford Wife and she proceeds to beat up her parents to serve them up for processing.  Mullet-Renfield also appears to be the eyes for the Vampire Monster….just like AHEM… Renfield was for Dracula! BOOM!

This particular episode was more than forgettable, it was unnecessary.  Hopefully, the next one will be better.

 

 

 

One response to “Stranger Things, S3, Ep 3, The Case of The Missing Lifeguard, Review by Case Wright

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week In Review: 7/8/19 — 7/14/19 | Through the Shattered Lens

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