Duffer Brothers defend "Stranger Things" season 4 finale being over 2 hours long: "You can pause it."

The Duffer Brothers made sense of the more than two-hour runtime of the "More bizarre Things" season four, section two finale, 

with Ross Duffer let Variety know that "if somebody has any desire to stop it, they can."

The "More unusual Things" showrunners talked about the show's fourth season, which is set to close with the arrival of its last two episodes on Friday on Netflix, in a meeting with Variety.

The initial segment of the time, which debuted on May 27 with a seven-episode drop, is set to close with a two-hour and 19-minute finale 

That runtime has drawn a few suspicious eyes, yet the Duffer Brothers let Variety know that it felt important.

"We took a gander at the last episode because it's so lengthy, there truly was definitely not a decent spot to break it," Ross Duffer told Variety. 

"So it's like, why by the day's end, you know, if somebody has any desire to stop it on the off chance that they would be able."

"More peculiar Things" debuted on Netflix in 2016 and has since become one of the streaming stage's most famous shows ever.