After the Mind Flayer set fire to Starcourt Mall during the season three finale of Netflix's "Stranger Things," our favorite band of Hawkins teenagers were left with new challenges to overcome and chapters to write - like moving to a new town, adjusting to high school, and learning how to live life without the stress of saving the world from inter-dimensional aliens and demons every summer. Little did our heroes know, another threat was lurking in the Upside Down, which was unveiled in "Stranger Things"'s highly anticipated fourth season.
When volume one arrived on Netflix on May 27 after an extra-long three-year hiatus, fans had so many theories leading up to the season's final two episodes, which dropped on July 1. Throughout all nine episodes, Eleven, Mike, Lucas, Dustin, Will, Max, and the rest of the Hawkins gang see a ton of development (and even some tragedies). While much of the season's storyline is on point (the Duffer Brothers write a super-tight plot), there are definitely some inconsistencies and unanswered questions. Here are a few plot holes from "Stranger Things" season four.