Stranger Things' David Habour AKA Hopper BLAMES Suzie For His Death
"In some other dimension where Suzie didn’t demand a very inconvenient karaoke sesh with her fella..." David Habour posts.
11 September 2019 by Fachana Techamaneewat
LOS ANGELES - JAN 20: David Harbour at the Producers Guild Awards 2018 at the
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Stranger Things' David Habour AKA Chief Jim Hopper, posted on Instagram an adorable fanart of Joyce and Hopper together. In his description, it's hilariously clear who he thinks is behind Hopper's untimely death.
First of all, check out David's Instagram post on the fanart here. (It's a drawing of a very much alive Hopper embracing Joyce.)
In the description, David comments:
I "In some other dimension where Suzie didn’t demand a very inconvenient karaoke sesh with her fella and saved us all three minutes by being the ‘google’ we needed her to be in that moment..."
Ever since Stranger Things season 3 premiered, so many iconic duos, including Joyce and Hopper, emerged. There were new ships and new emotions raging through fans' mind as we watched the breathtaking season.
However, for a lot of fans, they were desperately pining for Joyce (Winona Ryder) and Jim Hopper to become an item. So they were disappointed when in Stranger Things season 2, Bob (Sean Astin) came into the picture and stole her away.
But in Stranger Things season 3? Well, now Joyce was single.
And towards the end of season 3, it looks as if they might finally become official.
Until, that is, Hopper's tragic and untimely death. And we can still hear the fans' screams of frustration.
So whose fault was it that they couldn't be together?
Surely fans can't point the finger at any one sole reason, right?
Fans did, though.
Most of them, actually, pointed their fingers to Suzie AKA Dustin's 'girlfriend'. They blamed Suzie for both Hopper and a newly changed Billy's (Dacre Montgomery) death. 'Suzie, you murderer!' they tweet. And even David Harbour seems to agree with it.
However, there are still those who don't blame Suzie. Check out their thoughts below:
Stranger Things season 3 is available to stream on Netflix right now. Stranger Things season 4 is expected to start shooting early next year in January 2020.
Fachana Techamaneewat is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is responsible for researching and writing news articles while providing story updates wherever necessary.
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