Whether you've yet to start or already finished Stranger Things 2, you've got some time to kill before the story continues. New York's Gregory Hotel has just the thing: A Stranger Things-themed hotel room, just in time for Halloween. SEE ALSO: Your'Stranger Things 2' binge watch will be better if you're decked out with'Stranger Things' swag The hotel package, described as "ex-stream-ly" cozy (this may be a missed opportunity for "eggs-stream-ly" and a partial Eggo pun), starts at $249 per night and includes in-room streaming via Chromecast for Stranger Things and more. The snacks and drinks are all Stranger Things themed – including plenty of Eggos – and there's a cute, complimentary "Friends Don't Lie" mug. But the coolest part is the wall tapestry of Joyce's house lights transmitting Will's message from the Upside Down.
Okay, so you've already cleared your entire weekend schedule to make room for a Stranger Things Season 2 binge. But what to do with your time between now and Friday at 12:01 AM Pacific time? Well, since you can't look ahead to Season 2 yet, maybe now's a good time to look back – at the films that helped inform the new run of episodes. Some of these homages are super-obvious and definitely intentional; others are subtler. All of them should help get you in the mood for Stranger Things Season 2. SEE ALSO: Who the'Stranger Things' creators gonna call?
Binge-watching the Netflix hit show Stranger Things may have left a hole in your television schedule, but don't worry because Doug the Pug is here to fill the void. While Doug is well known for dressing up as celebrity humans and recreating popular TV shows and music videos, his most recent creation of "Stranger Pugs" is by far the most creative (and adorable) clip yet. SEE ALSO: Doug the Pug delivers hugs and cheer to a children's hospital From Doug's representation of Barb to Eleven surrounded by Eggo waffles, Doug the Pug proves once again that he is the internet's favorite smush face.
If you've watched Stranger Things 2, you'll know what happens if you feed a wee baby Demogorgon. And while Dustin's pet food of choice was nougat, Netflix's new website is letting you feed your worst enemies to D'Artagnan, or Dart. SEE ALSO: Here's what that creepy'Stranger Things 2' ending means for Season 3 Built to promote the second season of Stranger Things, "Feed Dart" is a quick and easy little generator which lets you upload an image of your choice for Dart to munch on. Head to the website, where you'll find a hungry pre-back legs Dart hanging out. Upload an image of your choice, be it a friend, enemy, or someone you'd just like to see chomped by a future Demodog.