'Stranger Things' stars support lonely fan on his birthday

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Co-star Gaten Matarazzo, who plays Dustin, also responded. So, when she heard about a fan who invited some of his classmates to his Stranger Things-themed birthday party only to have no one show up, she quickly stepped in to brighten his mood.

Stranger Things stars have been awesome with their interaction with fans on social media.

As Netflix's flagship series, especially in the wake of Kevin Spacey's ouster from House of Cards, and in comparison to TV's other big stars, you could make the case that the Stranger Things cast is actually underpaid.

Brown replied to Ayen's tweet, offered her condolences and asked for an invite to Aaron's birthday party next year.

Taking to Twitter, Gaten wrote: 'Count me in too!

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"I'll bring the chocolate pudding", he noted.

Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo and more members of the Netflix show's cast shared uplifting messages for Aaron Alambat after none of his friends attended his party, which featured "Stranger Things"-inspired food and decorations".

Of course, the response from Aaron's sister was elated as she tweeted, "THIS IS MY GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT KDJGNSOEKFMXMSM".

The "Stranger Things" kids have finally made it. Cara Buono, who plays Karen Wheeler on the show, wrote, "Happy Birthday! Barb totally would have been there!"

She said that her younger brother had fun at his party with family nonetheless, and that "if his classmates are gonna invite him, he won't go".

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