Yeah no. I give the character of Hopper a lot of credit for not snatching Mike off the bed and throwing him bodily out of the house. Hopper does have his problems with the macho BS, but as we learn, he really did sit down and try to approach the conversation from an understanding and accepting view point - with the intent to explain his feelings. El and Mike (being teens) were rude and unkind in their response to his halting attempt and it took a lot of self-control for Jim to NOT get physical. And Mike has always been a bit of a prick. He's made numerous wrong-calls thinking he's smarter than the rest (it doesn't help that the actor has a real Martin Shkreli Backpfeifengesicht). There was blame to go around. That's one of the good things about this show though, I've felt most of the characters are fairly real, warts and all. And they do grow.
In the end, my chief complaint about this season was it felt more self-aware. Where the first especially, and the second a bit less felt like "adventure shows that were made in the eighties", this felt much more like "a show made today that remembers the eighties". It got a bit Goldbergsian at points which was distracting.