Stranger Things Season 3 Blooper Reel Reveals the Funniest Word Ever and Introduces a Colorful New Pop Duo

Put collectively to LOL: In honor of Stranger Things Day — aka November 6, the anniversary of Will Byers’ 1983 disappearance — Netflix is releasing blooper reels from Seasons 1-3 of the Duffer Brothers’ genre-bending smash. And it’s not an exaggeration to say that they’re “mall” that.

In the first video, comprised of Season 3 outtakes and advert libs, Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven) and Sadie Sink (Max) form a rain-soaked girl group which can offer you an stunning hankering for a burger; Noah Schnapp (Will) ushers in a new day, one which even he’s shocked to take heed to is “a day full of girls”; and David Harbour (Hopper) discovers that an especially frequent phrase is uncommonly laborious to say with a straight face. Moreover included are magnificently malfunctioning props, a dance break (to the tune of Phil Collins’ “Sussudio,” if I’m not mistaken) and footage that reveals which supporting participant was a cumbersome dummy on the set.

Once more in September, Netflix renewed the current for Season 4. Further these days, TVLine reported that that season would attainable be eight episodes prolonged and would include Four new recurring characters, amongst them a metalhead, a jock and a stoner in the Jeff Spicoli mould.

Press PLAY on the video above to take a take a look at the bloopers, then hit the suggestions collectively together with your favorite half.

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