"I Know The End of The Story"

SFX - - Stranger things - Jor­dan Far­ley

David Har­bour is Chief Hop­per

Is Hop­per still buy­ing Eg­gos at the start of the sea­son?

Sea­son two picks up a year later, so he was putting the eg­gos in that box at the end of sea­son one, and that does pay off within that year. When we start sea­son two, eggo waf­fles have be­gun to fac­tor into Hop­per’s life in a pro­found, un­ex­pected way that I’m sure he never imag­ined.

How is Hop­per af­fected by his brief time in the Up­side Down?

At the be­gin­ning Hop­per is the only guy in au­thor­ity who knows ev­ery­thing that went down last year, so he’s hav­ing to field a lot of ques­tions from the town, and he’s hav­ing to put out a lot of fires be­cause he has to keep some­thing quiet. And on an emo­tional level, he has this sort of mirac­u­lous ex­pe­ri­ence af­ter sav­ing Will – the emo­tional at­tach­ment that he’s de­vel­oped to Joyce and Will are deeper bonds now than they were.

Do you know where Hop­per will end up?

I know the end of the story, and it’s very sat­is­fy­ing to be able to start to lay pipe for th­ese sea­sons. I know where they end up, but how we get there is go­ing to be very cir­cuitous and I don’t know the ins and outs of that. the end that I know for the se­ries is very sat­is­fy­ing in terms of what we’ve set up about Hop­per and how he be­haves – so when you see a lit­tle mo­ment in sea­son two, I know that at the end of the se­ries it’s go­ing to pay off in a se­ri­ous way.

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