Advertisements OK, so Hopper is now working for the Men in Black, Eleven is apparently trapped on the other side, and Will is either not Will, or (more likely) not entirely Will, or (less likely) not on our side any more. Interesting that Nancy ended up with Steve rather than Jonathan. I liked that people communicated with each other when there was opportunity, but there wasn't always opportunity. E.g., if Hopper and the kids had compared notes, things could have progressed a lot faster, but why would they? But I can't recall any annoying moments when people who SHOULD have shared information didn't, because the story required it. On the (very slightly) down side, people were often awfully quick to conveniently jump to the right conclusions based on very flimsy evidence. The kids were all very good! Given how hard it seems to be to find decent kid actors, they did an amazing casting job. And all the relationships were very well written and played. It was a very human horror story.