From wondering if or two characters are dead to be completely in the dark about the near future of the Upside Down.
Though those things have to be ascertained, 1 thing many people know for a simple truth is that Maya Hawke‘s character, Robin, was one of the best parts with the season.
From her genius code hacking skills to her action-driven character, Robin was the biggest breakout star in 2013 and fans just can’t appear to get enough of her.
Before Season 3 of Stranger Things began, a lot folks didn’t think any one of those new characters could top the original cast members as fan favorites.
As it turns out, we’re very wrong and are eating our words later seeing Maya Hawke’s character, Robin, completely have in 2013.
Robin was first introduced from the first episode as a mall ice cream scooper who works along side former senior high school heartthrob, Steve Harrington (Joe Keery).
Besides breaking jokes in Steve’s expense, it became evident that Robin was a genius suggestion hacker who had been able to work out a top secret Russian plan.
Not only do fans love how smart and funny Maya Hawke’s character is to the series, but there’s 1 component of Robin which creates her fan-favorite of Season 3.
After being held captive at the Russian base, Steve and Robin end up escaping and recover to a bathroom floor in the place where they keep their heart-to-heart.
Steve confessed his romantic feelings for Robin afterwards she told him the story about Mrs. Clickity-Clackity’sclass.
“It isn’t because I had a crush on youpersonally, ” she tells him. “It’s because she wouldn’t stop staring . ”
In revealing her sexuality into Steve, Robin becomes the first big LGBT character while within the Stranger Items world, a warrior Hawke is very proud to showcase as a celebrity.
“The wonderful thing about Stranger Items is it has this type of hit and so many individuals watch it in the middle of the country. Even a little gesture like having a gay character is just a significant bargain,” Hawke told The Hollywood Reporter. “It seems wonderful to own a piece of the humanity involved in this action-packed drama. It’s this wonderful thing the Duffer Brothers failed, quitting the whole series — that there ’s an action spectacle going on [elsewhere from the incident ] — also it stops to get a seven-minute dialog between two people who care for one another. It’s a really beautiful item. I’m really lucky I must play that. ”
Since Stranger Things moved 2 seasons showcasing the stereotypical sex roles of men and women, it is wonderful to have a character go against the grain and also be more comfortable in their skin, particularly throughout the 80s.