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The second season of Stranger Things has been out for a little while now and the verdict is in: these kids are still cute. Stranger Things has one of the best casts on television, and some of the adoration for the show stems from the adorableness of the child castmembers and their interactions together. If you need any sort of proof for this then just watch this clip from The Tonight Show, in which the Stranger Things kids show off their dance moves. Here's your feel-good video of the day!
If you can count on Jimmy Fallon for anything, it's that he knows how to have a good time with his guests. Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), and Noah Schnapp (Will), stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon together to promote Stranger Things 2, and the host decided to do a dance battle with them. Using a random name generator, the four each had to perform a dance based on whatever the generator gave them. It resulted in dances like "Toastin' Waffles" and "Flashlight With A Mind Of Its Own," but these kids make the most of them.
Highlights definitely go to Noah Schnapp and Caleb McLaughlin for there performances. Schnapp got "Trying To Fix An 80s TV," only he was too young to know what a TV looked like in the 80s. A depressed Jimmy Fallon had to describe it to him. McLaughlin performed "Breaking Through The Goo," like busting through a portal to the Upside Down. He turned this into a legit dance move with how smooth it is, so kudos to you, Caleb McLaughlin. Not one to miss out on the fun, Fallon performed with the boys in a dance he called "The Upside Get-Down," a legitimately good name. The trick is that they did it with the camera upside, so you literally can't try this at home, kids.
The Stranger Things craze has been in full effect with the arrival of Season 2. Featuring new characters, drama, and heartbreak, the season seems have gone over pretty well with fans and critics alike (except for one certain episode). Taking place roughly a year after the defeat of the Demogorgon, Will is still adjusting after his traumatic experience with the Upside Down and the creatures within it aren't quite finished with him yet.
You can watch Stranger Things any time you like on Netflix, with both seasons available right now. If you've already made it through the entire season, there's still plenty more to watch. Netflix has new shows and movies incoming for the month of November, and we've also got a comprehensive guide to all the shows premiering in the fall TV season.