Line(s) of the Day #StrangerThings

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Dustin Henderson: That keycard opens the door, but unfortunately, the Russian with this keycard also has a massive gun. Whatever’s in this room, whatever’s in those boxes, they really don’t want anybody finding it.
Robin Buckley: But there’s gotta be a way in.
Steve Harrington: Well, you know I could just take him out.
Robin Buckley: Take who out?
Steve Harrington:¬† The Russian guard. What? I sneak up behind him, I knock him out, and I take his keycard. It’s easy.
Dustin Henderson: Did you not hear the part about the massive gun?
Steve Harringon: Yes, Dustin, I did. And that’s why I would be sneaking.
Dustin Henderson: Ah. Well, please, tell me this, and be honest, have you ever actually won a fight?

Gaten Matarazzo, Maya Hawke and Joe Keery in the incredibly popular Stranger Things (2016 -), which recently had its third series released. And I’d argue it’s best. Set in the 1980s and with a mixture of science fiction, horror and comedy, the Netflix show was famously pitched as though Steven Spielberg was directing a Steven King story. You can find another example of the show on my blog here or find out more info on the episode from some huge fans of the programme¬†here.

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Line(s) of the Day #StrangerThings

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Nobody normal ever accomplished anything meaningful in this world.

Jonathan Byers (Charlie Heaton) in the Netflix smash Stranger Things (2016 – ). Set in 1983 and fuelled with 80s nostaliga, it tells of a geeky set of boys in a small town who encounter mysterious forces when looking for their friend, who suddenly goes missing.

Line(s) of the Day #Westworld

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You can’t play God without being acquainted with the devil.

Dr Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins) in the multi-genre hit show Westworld (2016 -). With elements of sci-fi, western, drama and psychological thriller, it tells of a Wild West style theme park filled with droids but controlled by humans.