Extreme jealousy and violent rages are not flattering or sexy like TV would have you believe. Advertising
“Yes, I am aware it’s ‘just a show’ and its set ‘in the 80s’ even though this stuff was unacceptable then too, but that’s exactly my point. Red flags galore.”
Wood said Hopper getting angry with Joyce for rescheduling a dinner appointment raised “red flags” for her. It’s just a show and this is a gentle reminder not to fall for this crap in real life. Advertising
Hopper, played by David Harbour, is keen to date Joyce (Winona Ryder) but she does not seem interested beyond being a friend, much to the annoyance of the cop, who is also uncomfortable with the budding romance between his adopted teen daughter Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and Mike (Finn Wolfhard). That is all,” Wood wrote on Twitter. “You should never date a guy like the cop from Stranger Things. The popular series started streaming on Netflix from July 4. “She rescheduled the date he yelled and got in her face about while policing every guy she spoke to. 0
Comment(s) When fans of the show argued that the story was set in the 1980s, the Westworld actor said it was not acceptable even if it depicted a certain period in history. No thanks,” the actor said.