Stranger Things season 4 volume 1 unquestionably came close to being a complete season of TV. The 7th episodes presented were all lengthy, loaded up with compelling dispatches from both Hawkins, Indiana, and The Upside Down. However, season 4 will not be properly finished until we get those final two (and enormously long) episodes in our minds once they premier on July 1 on Netflix.
Up to that point, we’re left with all sorts of unanswered inquiries from Stranger Things season 4 volume 1. Some are weightier than others however questions they remain all the same.
Is Ms. Kelly Working With Vecna?
Here is an intriguing one. It’s not difficult to forget about Hawkins High School counselor Ms. Kelly (Regina Ting Chen) since she basically vanishes for the back half of volume 1. In the first few episodes of the season, be that as it may, she portrays a modestly-sized role and some fans think she’s set to play an even bigger one in the coming episodes.
What Does Vecna Even Want?
Vecna’s motivation is a curious topic to consider. Since from one viewpoint, back when Vecna was in his human structure as Henry Creel, he appeared to understand his modus operandi quite succinctly.
Is it conceivable that Vecna’s motivations have changed since entering The Upside Down? We suspect as much. Especially in the event that Dustin is correct and he’s operating as The Mind Flayer’s five-star general.
Did Vecna Create The Upside Down?
This is a pleasant one to consider. Upon first watch of season 4, the idea of what happens to Number One /Vecna appears to be very clear. Number One confronts Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and in the resulting psychic battle, she opens a portal to the Upside Down and and banishes Number One to it, where he is transformed into the brutal Vecna. Imagine the scenario where Eleven didn’t open a portal to the Upside Down but instead created the sideways universe altogether? Or what if Number One did so himself?
Does Music Really Stop Vecna?
The rules of how to stop Vecna are refreshingly simple. When the monster has you in its grip, all you need to do to escape is hear your favorite song. That is the hypothesis that Nancy (Natalia Dyer) and Robin (Maya Hawke) work under in the wake of visiting Victor Creel at the asylum. Also, the first experiment involving that theory works out tremendously well!
Who’s Gonna Die?
So like…someone has to die? Stranger Things never goes through an entire season without s at least one prominent character death. With regards to season 4, notwithstanding, we’re actually hanging tight for the Grim Reaper’s other shoe to drop. And miss us with any of your “Chrissy!” chants, we said prominent characters.
There are plenty of good death contenders for Stranger Things season 4 volume 2 yet something in our Upside Down gut says that Steve’s time is running out.