All that I can remember of this dream is that it took place at a fictional college during the day, I seemed to be there for college registration and / or college orientation and / or something like that, and there were other people there among the students like some of my coworkers from The BP Library and my male cousin ME.
We were inside a one-story building, I remember that there were several people there having some relationship drama, and a woman like the character Kelly from the San Junipero episode of Black Mirror (Season 3) was among them.
I had this dream when I went to sleep on a couch in the living room last night because I was so tired, I woke up during the night and I got up quickly to get in bed which caused my memory of my dreams to fade quickly, but I was able to save part of one dream by voice recording it before all of my dreams faded away because fortunately my MP3 player is in the living room.
All that I was able to save of this dream was that I remember being inside a multi-story hospital / office / house-like building.
This is how Netflix describes this television show:
This sci-fi anthology series explores a twisted, high-tech near-future where humanity’s greatest innovations and darkest instincts collide.
I liked this season better than season 2, this season was longer and it seemed to have a higher budget thanks to Netflix I assume, and the two episodes San Junipero and Men Against Fire felt and looked like movies which was impressive; and the episode Shut Up And Dance did a good job with the two main characters and that episode had a surprising reveal that forced me to stop and think back and look back at small clues given during the episode.
I hope that they will continue to make new seasons of Black Mirror, it is somewhat like a television show version of the V/H/S films (V/H/S, V/H/S 2, and V/H/S: Viral), and I hope that they will make more of those films as well because I like the idea of anthology series and films where each episode and each part of the film is its own unique thing.
Here is a review of this season of this television show by HappyCool: