Erica doesn’t simply broil her sibling, however. She likewise has no time for his geeky companions, particularly Dustin, who won’t quit shouting “code red” into the walkie talkie when Dart eats Mews. “I got a code for you rather,” she answers. “It’s called code close your mouth.” How Dustin recuperated from this consume I’ll never know, on the grounds that if Erica had said this to me I would have kicked the bucket on the spot, or in any event never got a walkie talkie again.
While Erica was in her sibling’s room calming Dustin, she likewise stole Lucas’ He-Man doll for purposes obscure. In scene six, it turns out to be evident that Erica has appropriated He-Man as a male escort for her doll. “Goodness, He-Man,” she says, “Thank you for sparing my life. What solid muscles do you have?” He-Man and the doll are kissing as this happens, obviously, and when Lucas storms in to recover He-Man, Erica isn’t at all humiliated that her sibling has gotten her influencing her dolls to make out. Rather she (1) broils him again to be excessively old, making it impossible to play with toys and (2) affronts all his geeky companions once again.
At that point, rather than consigning her doll to an existence of spinsterhood, she snatches a stuffed owl from her quaint little inn influencing it to kiss the doll. Erica is such a pioneer, to the point that she’s down for her toys to participate in interspecies connections. Who needs He-Man when you have a nighttime feathered creature of prey?
Erica’s last appearance comes in the season finale, when Lucas is preparing to go to the Snow Ball and honing lines in the mirror. As you may have speculated, Erica isn’t having it, and stands in the entryway calling him “Lukie” till he shows her out. It’s genuinely a disgrace that Erica doesn’t go to an indistinguishable school from the more seasoned children, since you know she could pound Billy in under five minutes. I don’t know whether Erica gets a stipend, yet in the event that she doesn’t, she could likely make some additional money instructing alternate Hawkins kids how to crush their foes utilizing only words. In reality, that ought to be a spinoff — Erica Sinclair’s Roast Academy. That one’s free, Duffer Brothers.