It’s the TV show everyone’s talking about right now.
The first part of Season 4 of Stranger Things was released on Netflix in late May and dominated social media headlines and hashtags in June. This trend continued when the second part of Season 4 was released last Friday, which spanned two four-hour episodes.
The show debuted in 2016 and has been one of the most successful and popular shows in recent memory. If you’re unfamiliar, it follows a group of children (now teenagers and adults), who battle evil entities and monsters from a parallel universe. It combines horror, drama and comedy which is why it is so appealing.
I love how many people the show brings together, including here in Western New York.
One thing I noticed in Season 3 was that an old character, Billy, was seen wearing a Niagara Falls hat by the pool in one of the episodes. This caught my attention since the show is set in Indiana and the character Dacre Montgomery was playing is from California. It really didn’t make sense to be there.
There’s something else that caught the attention of Buffalo Bills fans in Season 4 of Stranger Things. It had to do with a jacket that looked like something Bills Mafia would wear on a November tailgate in Orchard Park.
Joyce Byers (played by Winona Rider) and Jim Hopper (played by David Harbour) wear two jackets in their storyline in the season finale of Stranger Things 4. They are red, white and blue and look like a Bills jacket from the 90s .
No spoilers here, but Hopper wore it earlier in the episode and I said, “Go Bills!”
These aren’t (probably) Bills jackets, but they definitely look like them. All that’s missing are the Bills logos.
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