It seems Netflix is trying to keep its Stranger Things stars in check on Twitter, in case they offend anyone.
Millie Bobby Brown recently shared her excitement at Eleven's goth makeover in THAT season two episode, writing "bitchin" on an image of the character in 'The Lost Sister'.
It led to Netflix's official Twitter account jokingly telling off Millie by simply replying "language".
Language- Netflix US (@netflix) November 7, 2017
After all, you never know if children could be looking, and if it's good enough for Captain America, it's good enough for Eleven.
Eleven's standalone bottle episode in season two has caused a lot of controversy with Stranger Things fans, but creators Ross and Matt Duffer have been defending by saying it was important for them to "not feel like we're doing the same thing over and over again".
They've also been speaking out how they almost axed the episode, only to realise the show didn't work without it.
"It just didn't land at all. Then we ended up deciding we needed it. Eleven is trying to figure out where she belongs in this world... Basically, it's her looking for a home," explained Matt.
On Halloween this year, Brown revealed that she is weirded out by grown men dressed as Eleven. "I can't really think about it too much because if I think about it, it freaks me out," she explained.
Stranger Things season two is now available to watch on Netflix.
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