Dustin: 'Even if he is, it doesn't automatically mean that he's bad.'
Mike: 'That's like saying just because someone's from the Death Star doesn't make them bad.'
Dustin: 'We have a bond.'
Mike: 'A bond? Just because he likes nougat?'
Presumptuous... that's a good thing, right?0
You're a freak, but what? Do you wanna be normal? Do you wanna be just like everyone else?Character0
Lucas: 'Mike's not gonna like it.'
Dustin: 'Last time I checked our party is not a dictatorship, it's a democracy.'
Mike Wheeler: 'I'm not prostituting my sister.'
Lucas Sinclair: 'But it's for a good cause.'
'You leaving already, Chief?'
Jim Hopper: 'Oh, come on, you think I actually wanted to come to this thing? I was just hungry.'
'Oh, yeah, that's the spirit.'
Jim Hopper: 'Well, your wife doesn't have time to cook for me, you know what I'm saying.'
Mike: 'Where are you going? You just said, 'stick to the plan'.'
Dustin: 'I am. I'm just gonna go get some chocolate pudding.'
All three of you were being a buch of little assholes. I was the only reasonable one.0
Lucas: 'Do you think she's acting weird?'
Dustin: 'You're asking if the weirdo is acting weird?'
He made me kill a rabbit. I guess he thought it would make me into more of a man or something. I cried for a week.0
Nancy Wheeler: 'You're supposed to hit the cans, right?'
Jonathan Byers: 'No, actually - you see the spaces in between the cans? I'm aiming for those.'
Friends... they tell each other things. Things that parents don't know.Friendship0
Mike: 'A friend is someone that you'd do anything for.'
Dustin: 'You lend them your cool stuff, like comic books and trading cards.'
Mike: 'And they never break a promise.'
Mike: 'It means something that you can't break. Ever.'
This is Hawkins, okay? You wanna know the worst thing that's ever happened here in the four years I've been working here? It was when an owl attacked Eleanor Gillespie's head because it though that her hair was a nest.0
We've discussed this, mornings are for coffee and contemplation.Coffee0
'Damn, you look like hell, Chief.'
Jim Hopper: 'Oh yeah? Well, I looked better than your wife when I left her this morning.'