The most controversial moments of strange things

Eddie Munson (Joseph Quinn) is one of season 4’s strongest introductions. If nothing else, “Stranger Things” isn’t just adept at introducing new characters (see: Robin or Sadie Sink’s Max) , but also organically merges them into a world where they feel more like protagonists than newcomers.

As the leader of Hawkins High’s “Hellfire Club”, a group of Dungeons & Dragons at the school, Eddie is at first a semi-villain, a quirky guy with a burning passion for fantasy. However, in the season 4 premiere, Eddie is implicated in the death of a classmate, causing countless memes in the process, and for the rest of the season, the plot simultaneously becomes a vindication of Eddie and stopping Sheriff Vecna. When the season ended, only half of the plan was successful. The varnish is temporarily extinguished, but Eddie is killed and remains a suspect in several deaths. It’s a heartbreaking ending, more so when Gaten Matarazzo’s Dustin finds himself in tears while talking to Eddie’s uncle.

While Eddie’s death is certainly grounds for deposit, it’s probably too soon. Joseph Quinn is so powerful in this role that it begs the question – why kill him? While the series will likely feature more corpses in its final season, this one just feels cruel. Justice for Barb may be inexplicable, but Justice for Eddie is a necessity.

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