Warning: This post contains spoilers for Stranger Things 3 ! Stop reading now if you have not seen the season yet.
- In the eighth episode of Stranger Things 3 Dustin and his long-distance friend Suzie broke out into songs in a key moment.  The song in question was the 1984 published hit "The NeverEnding Story".
- "The NeverEnding Story" comes from the 1984 fantasy movie of the same name.
Imagine: Your city needs to be saved from eating meat monsters, there is only one person who can help you with it There are only a few minutes left … and they want you to sing the song "The NeverEnding Story". While the whole thing sounds pretty ridiculous, this very scenario happened between Dustin and Suzie during the season finale of Stranger Things 3 .
To sum up, Hopper, Joyce, and Murray were busy saving the world in the Russian vault below the Starcourt Mall. The machine leading upside down was in that vault, but to destroy that machine they needed the numbers for Planck's constant. The only person they knew was that she knew the numbers of Planck's constant was Suzie, Dustin's friend from the science camp, and he calls her to get the number in a round-robin rendition of "The NeverEnding Story." their. The fans' reactions were mixed, to say the least:
Some fans believe that Suzie, who made Dustin sing, played a role in Billy's and Hoppers deaths.
Others love that Suzie prefers singing rather than saving the world A sweet respite after the serious chaos of the third season.
What is "The NeverEnding Story"?
"The NeverEnding Story" is a song from the movie of the same name from 1
"The NeverEnding Story" has two versions, one in English and the other in French. The English version was performed by British pop star Limahl from the 1980s (the Entertainment Weekly announced that he was interested in the song again) with additional vocals by Beth Anderson. According to Limahl's now archived website, "The NeverEnding Story" reached # 4 in the UK charts and was number one in eight other countries.
The song is remarkable because it really "never ends" the song has no real beginning or end; "The NeverEnding Story" is faded in and out while listening. And now Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown is making it even longer by launching a #NeverEndingChallenge
Stranger Things 3 in 1985 why Suzie would choose this song to sing. And maybe the infinite nature of the ditty was a metaphor for her long-distance relationship with Dustin – magical, breathtaking and hopefully endless.