SPOILER ALERT: This story contains spoilers through the end of Season 4, Volume 2 of “Stranger Things,” currently streaming on Netflix.
The fourth and penultimate season of “Stranger Things” is filled with multiple worlds, numerous deaths and a pineapple pizza. Picking up directly after the events of Episode 7, the final two episodes — four hours in total — that make up “Stranger Things” Season 4, Vol. 2 answer many burning questions while presenting even more ahead of the final season.
Here, Variety breaks down just a few of the highlights.
Will’s Sexuality + Painting
At the start of Episode 8, Will’s (Noah Schnapp) painting is finally revealed. When Mike
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