Millie Bobby Brown said that she would “love” to write the finale of “Stranger Things,” and joked that the Netflix series needs to end with a musical episode.
Speaking with Total Film about her new Netflix film, “Enola Holmes 2,” Brown said that she doesn’t know more than audiences when it comes to the finale of the popular sci-fi series. She does, however, have some ideas for how it should wrap up.
“Trust me: I can do the finale to ‘Stranger Things,’ and it would be great,” Brown told the publication. “I think it should be like ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.’ Did you ever see the musical episode? It needs to end like that — a musical episode.”
Brown has been a core member of the “Stranger Things” cast since its first season in 2016, playing psychic teen Eleven. Previously, in a May interview with The Wrap, she ribbed the show’s creators, Matt and Ross Duffer, for being “sensitive Sallies” when it comes to killing off the show’s main characters, calling for more bloodshed in the series’ fifth and final season.
Her comments to Total Film reference the musical episode of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” titled “The Nightman Cometh.” The episode aired as the show’s season four finale, but the cast eventually took it on a brief tour in 2009, Playbill reported.
While Brown told Total Film that she’d “love” to write an episode of the show, she admitted she’s typically joking when she expresses her desires for the plot of “Stranger Things.”
“I say all these things really just under my breath, and then people take them and print them,” Brown said. “And I’m like, no, no, no — I said that as a joke, that I wanted her to get married and work at a Target. That was a joke. But it’s maybe not a joke?”
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