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32 Stranger Things Trivia Questions

Are you a fan of the hit Netflix series, Stranger Things? 

Do you think you know everything about Hawkins, the Demogorgon, and the mysterious world of the Upside Down? 

Well, it’s time to put your knowledge to the test! 

In this blog, we’ve compiled a list of Stranger Things trivia questions that will challenge even the most dedicated fans. 

So, grab your Eggo waffles, turn on the Christmas lights, and let’s dive into the world of Hawkins, Indiana.

Stranger Things Trivia Questions

  1. In Season 1, what is the name of the government lab director who maintains the facade of a caring father figure to Eleven, but is secretly conducting experiments on her?

  2. What specific D&D character class does Will choose to play in the opening scene of the first episode, symbolizing his role and fate in the series?

  3. In Season 2, Dustin adopts a creature that turns out to be from the Upside Down. What name does he give it, and what is its species’ real name?

  4. During Season 3, the main characters intercept a secret Russian communication. What is the name of the machine the Russians are using to open the portal to the Upside Down?

  5. In Season 4, a new antagonist is introduced who controls the minds of others in the Upside Down. What is the name of this antagonist, and what game does it reference?

  6. Describe the exact sequence of lights used by Joyce Byers to communicate with Will when he is in the Upside Down in Season 1.

  7. What is the name of the comic book that Lucas is seen reading in Season 1, and why is it significant to the plot or themes of ‘Stranger Things’?

  8. In Season 2, Bob Newby solves a critical puzzle that helps locate the map of Hawkins’ tunnels. What is the name of the location that solves the puzzle, and how is it described?

  9. Name the episode and the specific historical figure Eleven is dressed as during her and Max’s Halloween night out in Season 2.

  10. What is the name of the psychiatric hospital where Eleven’s mother, Terry Ives, is kept, and what is the significance of the facility’s name in the context of the series?

  11. In Season 1, Mike, Dustin, and Lucas find Eleven in the woods. What item of clothing do they give her to wear that becomes iconic to her character?

  12. What is the name of the arcade the kids frequent in Season 2, and what specific video game does Dustin compete in to maintain his high score?

  13. Name the Russian scientist in Season 3 who helps Hopper, Joyce, and Murray with translation and understanding the Russian plans, and what tragic fate does he meet?

  14. In Season 4, a haunted house plays a significant role in revealing the history of Hawkins and the Upside Down. What is the name of this house?

  15. What song by The Clash becomes a recurring motif throughout the series, particularly in Season 1, symbolizing Will’s connection to the real world?

  16. Who is the author of the book that Hopper is seen reading to Eleven in Season 2, and what is the title of the book?

  17. What is the name of the high school where the majority of the teenage characters attend, and what is the mascot?

  18. In Season 3, Robin reveals a secret about her past to Steve in the bathroom of Scoops Ahoy. What is the secret?
  19. What is the name of the project under which Eleven was experimented on, and what does this project aim to explore or accomplish?

  20. In Season 4, a character is introduced as a Dungeons & Dragons game master for the Hellfire Club. What is this character’s name?

  21. What false identity does Chief Hopper use when he and Joyce go to the Hawkins Lab to demand Will’s whereabouts in Season 1?

  22. In Season 2, Eleven goes on a journey to find her mother. What is the episode title that focuses on this journey?

  23. Which character is the first to successfully communicate with the Upside Down using Christmas lights, and what message does she receive that convinces her of her son’s survival?

  24. What is the name of the Illinois city Eleven moves to in Season 2 when she tries to find her biological mother?

  25. During Season 3, Billy becomes the host for the Mind Flayer. What specific location does he first encounter the Mind Flayer’s presence?

  26. What year is ‘Stranger Things’ Season 1 set in, and what significant real-world event is mentioned that helps establish this timeframe?
  27. Who gives Eleven her name “Eleven,” and what does this name signify?

  28. In Season 4, what is the name of the institution that Dr. Brenner takes Eleven to in order to restore her powers?

  29. What board game do the kids play in Mike’s basement in the first episode, symbolizing the adventure and dangers they will face?

  30. How does Max Mayfield attempt to escape Vecna’s curse in Season 4, utilizing a specific method tied to her personal memories?

  31. What is the full name of the character referred to as “Mad Max” in Season 2, and what notable achievement earns her this nickname among the boys?

  32. In Season 1, the boys are searching for Will and stumble upon Eleven in the woods. What specific item is Eleven carrying that draws Mike’s attention and leads to her staying with him?

Answers

  1. Dr. Martin Brenner

  2. Will chooses to play a “Wizard,” which foreshadows his connection to the mystical and unseen aspects of the series.

  3. Dustin names the creature “D’Artagnan” or “Dart” for short, and its species is known as a “Demogorgon.”

  4. The machine is called “The Key.”

  5. The antagonist is named Vecna, a reference to a powerful lich from the Dungeons & Dragons game.

  6. The exact sequence of lights is not explicitly detailed in a consistent order, as Joyce sets up an entire alphabet on the wall, allowing Will to spell out messages.

  7. Lucas is seen reading “X-Men 134,” significant for introducing the Dark Phoenix, which parallels Eleven’s own struggles with her powers.

  8. The location is called “Lovers’ Lake,” described by Bob as the heart of Hawkins due to its central location on Will’s map.

  9. The episode is “Trick or Treat, Freak” (Season 2, Episode 2), and Eleven is dressed as a “Ghostbuster,” specifically as Peter Venkman.

  10. The psychiatric hospital is named “Hawkins National Laboratory,” which is a misleading name as it serves as a front for the CIA’s MKUltra experiments rather than a traditional medical facility.

  11. They give her a pink dress and a blonde wig.

  12. The arcade is called “The Palace Arcade,” and Dustin competes in the video game “Dig Dug.”

  13. The Russian scientist’s name is Alexei, and he tragically dies after being shot by a Russian terminator at the carnival.

  14. The name of the haunted house is the “Creel House.”

  15. The song is “Should I Stay or Should I Go” by The Clash.

  16. The author is Anne of Green Gables, and the book is “Anne of Green Gables” by L.M. Montgomery.

  17. The high school is named Hawkins High School, and the mascot is the Tigers.

  18. Robin reveals that she is a lesbian and had a crush on a girl in her class, not Steve.

  19. The project is called “Project MKUltra,” and it aims to explore mind control and psychic abilities for espionage purposes.

  20. The Dungeons & Dragons game master for the Hellfire Club is Eddie Munson.

  21. Hopper uses the false identity of “Scott Clarke,” borrowing the name of the boys’ science teacher.

  22. The episode title is “Chapter Seven: The Lost Sister.”

  23. Joyce Byers is the first to communicate using Christmas lights, receiving the message “R-I-G-H-T H-E-R-E” from Will, convincing her of his survival.

  24. Eleven moves to Chicago.

  25. Billy first encounters the Mind Flayer’s presence at Brimborn Steel Works.

  26. Season 1 is set in 1983, and the significant real-world event mentioned is the release of the film “Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi,” which helps establish the timeframe.

  27. Dr. Martin Brenner gives Eleven her name, signifying her as the eleventh test subject in his experiments.

  28. The institution is called the Nina Project.

  29. They play “Dungeons & Dragons,” specifically facing the Demogorgon in their campaign.

  30. Max uses her favorite song, “Running Up That Hill” by Kate Bush, to ground herself in reality and resist Vecna’s influence.

  31. Maxine “Max” Mayfield earns her nickname “Mad Max” by beating Dustin’s high score in the video game “Dig Dug” at the Palace Arcade.

  32. Eleven is carrying a box of Eggo waffles, which draws Mike’s attention and compassion, leading him to offer her shelter in his home.
Stranger Things Trivia Questions

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