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11 questions we have after finishing Stranger Things season one

Hooked. Addicted. Snared. Such is our dependence on the eighties guiles of Netflix's Stranger Things that we've had to excommunicate all friends, colleagues and loved ones who are yet to binge watch it. 

Which is why you're here, isn't it? You've ploughed your way through all eight episodes and found yourself with a habit you just can't kick.

It's okay - you're amongst friends here. We won't judge you, but rather invite you to join with us in pondering the many questions the Duffer brothers have left us with - and hope that they might answer come season two. You're welcome to contribute your own in the comments below.

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