If you're curious where "Stranger Things" Season 2 is headed, well, "Saturday Night Live" probably isn't actually going to give you the answers. However, the new "SNL" sketch parodying the Netflix series should at least entertain you.

In the sketch, we finally meet Lucas' parents, who are portrayed by "SNL" cast members Leslie Jones and Kenan Thompson. The two are upset to find their son (Sasheer Zamata) -- whom they haven't seen in days -- in the company of his friends Mike (Kyle Mooney) and Dustin (Lin-Manuel Miranda), and things only get worse when they meet Eleven (Kate McKinnon) and Chief Hopper (Beck Bennett). The two think the kids need more parental supervision, and honestly, who can blame them?

The sketch highlights some of the strangest aspects of the supernatural show's plot as well as elements of real life.

If the Duffer brothers do decide to feature Lucas' parents in later "Stranger Things" episodes, they should keep Jones and Thompson in mind come casting time.