While many of us may be fans of Stranger Things character Jim Hopper, portrayed by David Harbour, Evan Rachel Wood doesn’t seem impressed by him. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. SPOILER ALERT: Minor season 3 spoilers ahead, stop reading if you haven’t finished your binge yet. 

The 31-year-old took to Twitter on July 5 — a day after the Netflix series’ season 3 premiered — to call out Jim’s poor behavior. “You should never date a guy like the cop from #strangerthings. Extreme jealousy and violent rages are not flattering or sexy like TV would have you believe. That is all,” read her first tweet.

Later in the day, she defended her standpoint in a second tweet. “Yes I am aware its ‘just a show’ and its set ‘in the ’80s,’ even though this stuff was unacceptable then too, but thats exactly my point,” she wrote. “It’s just a show and this is a gentle reminder not to fall for this crap in real life. Red flags galore.”

When one fan mentioned that they were glad that Jim and Joyce Byers (played by Winona Ryder) didn’t end up together, the Thirteen alum couldn’t help but express her frustration over Joyce considering giving the Hawkins cop a chance.

“I was relieved he and Joyce didn’t couple up before the end (despite the rescheduled dinner date). She held her ground,” read the fan’s tweet, to which Evan replied: “She rescheduled the date he yelled and got in her face about while policing every guy she spoke to. No thanks.”

Evan also responded to a fan who defended Jim’s flaws. “You guys know that on the show his daughter passed away and he split from his wife. His life is a wreck and he turns to booze, pills and women,” they wrote. “Eleven gives him another shot at being a dad. He’s flawed like the rest of us. Just like you, using a double negative.”

The American Gothic alum said if this was a real person, she’d suggest they seek help. “Exactly. If this were real life I would suggest he go to therapy and not project his pain on other people in the form of abuse,” she replied. “Thats how the cycle starts.” Good thing it’s just a show.