What You Need To Know:
“The Case of the Missing Lifeguard” shows Max and Eleven trying to piece together the whereabouts of Max’s stepbrother, Billy, and his coworker, Heather. Meanwhile, Joyce tries to convince Hop there’s some unorthodox magnetic activity happening that could be linked to past events. Dustin, Steve, and Robin crack the Russian-spoken code, which leads them to people who want to remain unnoticed. Nancy and Jonathan investigate the peculiar rat occurrences and find something that startles them. Finally, Will copes with a new dynamic. His friends are all growing up, and Will doesn’t like it. The episode ends with an awareness that the “other world” activity is not behind them in the slightest.
“The Case of the Missing Lifeguard” has an exciting story, strong acting, and detailed visuals. It contains a light Christian, morally uplifting worldview. In one scene, a character mentions that she and her friend are trying to be “Good Samaritans.” There is some brief foul language and some light, sometimes scary violence, however. So, MOVIEGUIDE® advises caution for older children and other sensitive viewers for “The Case of the Missing Lifeguard.”
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|1.1||07/04/2019||Chapter 1: Suzie, Do You Copy?||-2|
|1.2||07/04/2019||Chapter 2: The Mall Rats||-1|
|1.3||07/04/2019||Chapter 3: The Case of The Missing Lifeguard||-1|
|1.4||07/04/2019||Chapter 4: The Sauna Test||-2|
|1.5||07/04/2019||Chapter 5: The Flayed||-2|
|1.6||07/04/2019||Chapter 6: E Pluribus Unum||-2|
|1.7||07/04/2019||Chapter 7: The Bite||-2|
|1.8||07/04/2019||The Battle of the Starcourt||-2|
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