Stranger Things Season 4 Vol. 2 Will Be A 'Mad Symphony Of Chaos'

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We still have to wait another month before we'll get the last two episodes of Stranger Things Season 4. However, it looks like the Duffer brothers are hyping up Vol. 2 properly by claiming it will be "a mad symphony of chaos." Interestingly, the showrunners had borrowed the term from a new cast member who we met last month!

Ross and Matt Duffer recently spoke to Entertainment Weekly about Stranger Things Season 4 where they were asked what fans can expect from the final two episodes.

"Yeah, I mean, it's interesting. The season wasn't initially designed as a split. And when we decided with Netflix to split it, we were kind of looking at, where is the best natural break? And we all felt episode 7 was great, because 7 really is what we consider the end of a second act, if this were a movie, which is how we like to think about it," Matt said.

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"And so what we're heading into is the third act, the climax. So it's just this massive, massive climax. Not to say it's all action, there's a lot of action in it, but there's a lot of big, emotional character moments," he continued.

Matt then added that Eddie Munson actor Joe Quinn coined the best term to describe Stranger Things Season 4 Vol. 2.

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"I saw some interview with Joe Quinn, and he said it was like 'a mad symphony of chaos,' which I thought was a great description, so I'm just gonna steal it," he said.

It's an excellent way to describe what could be the most exciting episodes of Stranger Things so far. Needless to say, we can't wait to see what will happen in Episodes 8 and 9 in July.

The first seven episodes of Stranger Things Season 4 are currently streaming on Netflix. Episodes 8 and 9 will premiere on July 1, 2022.

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