According to Millie Bobby Brown, the Netflix series “Stranger Things” has to finish with a musical episode. She added that she would “love” to compose the conclusion. In an interview with Total Film promoting her newest Netflix movie, “Enola Holmes 2,” Brown said that she doesn’t know more about the sci-fi series’ conclusion than the general public. However, she has some suggestions regarding how it should end.
Brown assured the newspaper, “Trust me: I can do the ‘Stranger Things’ conclusion, and it would be fantastic. “It should be similar to “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” in my opinion. Have you ever seen the episode with the music? It must conclude with a musical episode.” As the psychic youngster Eleven, Brown has been a key component of the “Stranger Things” ensemble since the show’s debut in 2016. She previously criticized the program’s creators, Matt and Ross Duffer, for being “sensitive Sallies” when it comes to murdering the show’s key characters, pushing for more carnage in the fifth and final season of the series.
She made a reference to “The Nightman Cometh,” a musical episode of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” in her remarks to Total Film. The actors eventually took the episode on a brief tour in 2009, according to Playbill, albeit it originally aired as the show’s season four finale. Although Brown told Total Film that she’d “love” to pen an episode of the program, she acknowledged that she usually makes jokes about her narrative ideas for “Stranger Things.”
“I truly murmur all these things, and someone takes them and publishes them,” claimed Brown. “No, no, no,” I cried. I had jokingly joked that I wanted her to get married and work at Target. It was a joke, But perhaps it’s not a joke?”