The funniest 'Stranger Things' season 4 memes and fan reactions

These 'Stranger Things' season 4 memes offer some much-needed laughs in between all of the scares

Stranger Things season 4 memes
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There's a whole lot of darkness in Hawkins, Indiana—so much so that we needed an entire guide to 'Who dies in Stranger Things season 4?' to keep up with all of the horror and heaviness. Thankfully, though, these Stranger Things season 4 memes bring in some much-welcome lightness to the whole binging experience. 

The first batch of Stranger Things season 4 episodes arrived on Netflix on Friday, May 27—yes, that means we gratefully get a few more eps to hold us over until Stranger Things season 5, the final season (*cries*)—and those seven super-sized episodes inspired plenty of social-media hilarity online.

From Steve Harrington thirst to Stranger Things soundtrack appreciation (crank up those Kate Bush tunes!) to confusion over who exactly is behind our new supervillain Vecna, these memes will have us chuckling until season 4 volume 2 drops on July 1. Mark your calendars, people!

*Warning: spoilers ahead!*

The funniest 'Stranger Things' season 4 memes

1. Peter Ballard? More like Peter Parker

2. You best not mess with Eddie Munson

3. We wish our gas bills were this chill

4. Phoebe Bridgers FTW

5. 'Squid Games'/'Stranger Things' crossover?

6. What are we supposed to do now?

7. The calm before the storm

8. We like a man with a mane

9. #OnRepeat

10. Give Sadie Sink all the awards!

11. It's uncanny

12. Sorry not sorry, Kate Bush stans

12. Pass the industrial-sized Advil, thanks

13. It's educational television

14. BRB, smudging our Netflix account

15. One word: ouch

16. You could be Steve but you're not, so

17. Tick tick BOOM

18. Excuse me. It's a lifestyle. 

Want more Stranger Things season 4? Here's intel on that Freddy Krueger connection, on who plays everyone's new fan-favorite Eddie Munson and on whether Eleven's powers come back or not.

The first seven episodes of Stranger Things season 4 are now streaming on Netflix.

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