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Eleven may drop an F-bomb during Stranger Things 2

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To read more on Stranger Things 2, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly on stands Friday. You can buy the whole set now, or purchase the individual covers of Eleven, the boys, or the grown-ups. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW.

During the first season of Stranger Things, Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) was a young gal of few words. But, for Stranger Things 2, she’s increasing her vocabulary… just a little bit.

“I didn’t have much more vocabulary but the things I did have to say were really fun,” says Brown. “There’s one curse word this season which was really different and funny.” We predict a burnt Eggo leads to an F-bomb meltdown.

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Could the newfound profanity be due to some growing pains? “It’s more coming of age,” says Brown of her storyline. “She’s learning how to be a normal teenager and she never had a normal childhood. A big thing for her is to come into a world where she not only has powers but she has teenage issues. It’s something that I’m going through right now also so it’s pretty relatable [laughs].”

Episode 7 of Things 2 will actually be its own Eleven-centric installment. Series creators The Duffer Brothers say they wanted to give Brown a storyline worthy of her young talents.

Says Ross Duffer, “We discovered while filming season 1 how amazing Millie was. We knew she was great but we didn’t know she was that great. We wanted to give her a really interesting arc this season that’s different than just playing fish out of water. So we get to see a lot of range out of her which is great.”

Stranger Things 2 returns on Oct. 27 to Netflix.

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