Hiram Lodge’s plan, or should I say “the King’s” plan, has finally come to fruition.
Hiram’s scheming and plotting has been building up to this very moment for much of season 3.
And the culmination on the fall finale was jaw-dropping.
Multiple times throughout the episode, Veronica mentioned that her father was playing a “long game,” however, we didn’t know what the intended outcome for Hiram Lodge’s multi-layered plans, Fizzle Rocks, and Gryphons and Gargoyles truly was until there was no going back.
After the Vixens all had linked seizures, Veronica manned the ship utilizing Reggie to get to the bottom of her father’s plans. Meanwhile, Betty took matters into her own hands at the SOQM.
Honestly, I’m so glad that despite the attempt to drug her and scare her into submission with the Gargoyle King, Betty pulled through with a clear mind.
Instead of giving into the sisters’ version of normalcy, she manipulated Ethel into seeing the truth about the Gargoyle King — he isn’t real.
Once the “candy” wore off and eliminated the hallucinations, Ethel realized that the dungeon was home to a mini-stone Gargoyle statue. Nothing scary about that.
Ethel was broken by the realization that she’d been duped, and more so that Dilton and Ben’s deaths were for naught.
However, she understood the importance of confronting Sister Woodward and finding out why she’s in cahoots with Hiram Lodge and drugging the patients at SOQM.
Sister Woodward didn’t see Betty’s sneak attack coming, especially not with their pristine patient Ethel.
She also revealed what we already knew — Hiram is a major donor and testing out the effects of the drugs.
What did come as a shocker was that the game of G&G originated at the school as a way to help mentally unstable kids cope.
Therefore, in the hands of someone as power-stricken as Hiram, it more than just dangerous, it was deadly.
With her newfound intel, Betty was able to ring up Veronica and thankfully, the show offered up a logical explanation why Ronnie hadn’t yet formed a search party for her bestie — she thought Betty went off to The Farm with Alice.
Personally, Veronica should have questioned why Betty would go to The Farm in the first place. I blame all of this “bonding with Reggie.”
Reggie did come in handy by getting the dirt on Hiram, though, we already knew he was producing Fizzle Rocks at the prison just outside of town.
This, however, is enough for Ronnie to accuse her father of drugging the cheerleaders at the impromptu parent meeting in which he proposes to shut down Riverdale High much like he did Southside Hight to prevent contamination.
Um, can someone inform Hiram that seizures aren’t contagious?!
Thought Veronica was pretty blunt about letting everyone know dear old dad was running a drug empire, she, once again, failed to come up with any actual proof.
When will she learn that in order to bring Hiram down, you need concrete evidence?
After Betty let Veronica know Hiram was working with Clifford Blossom, Ronnie and Cheryl tag teamed to waterboard Penelope. Or should I say, maple syrup board her.
Let’s just dissect this for a brief moment.
This is a town where two high school students got away with waterboarding their own mother with maple syrup. A family specialty, nonetheless.
Penelope talks — mostly because Cheryl’s deranged mind threatens to leave her out to the ants — and admits that Hiram has great visions for bettering Riverdale. By that she means it will be a town that allows them to indulge in their vices, drugs and Penelope pimping out her hoo-ha to all the men.
It keeps getting weirder, doesn’t it?
As Veronica gathers up the troops, Betty and Ethel create the fictional Griffin Queen, which is just Betty with twigs in her hair.
Her purpose is simple — convince the girls of SOQM that she’d slayed the King and they are now free.
Though it was easy for them to create said character in the game, outside of the SOQM, the exact opposite was happening.
But, more on that in a bit.
Over in Toledo, Juggie and Archie finally arrived at his mother’s shop.
Jellybean greeted them and boy, was I thrilled to finally meet this little gal! She’s the perfect mix of cute and badass as we’d imagined; almost a spitting image of Jughead.
His mother, Gladys, makes some odd comments about Archie and Jug finally becoming lovers, which is probably not how you’d ever greet a son you haven’t seen in a while. Why assume anything at all? A simple “I missed you” probably would have done the trick.
I’ll admit, Gladys’ persona didn’t rub me the right way at first, and I wasn’t sure if I could trust her completely, however, she proved to be pretty straight-edge when Penny Peabody showed up because of the bounty on Archie’s head.
You know how everyone struggled to deal with the Penny problem in Riverdale? Mama Jughead took care of it in a jiffy. She wasn’t just getting revenge for the scar Penny left on her son, she was getting revenge for her hit on Archie and even scored some answers to the G&G/Lodge problem in Riverdale.
Then, she illuminated Jughead to what was really going on — Hiram didn’t actually care about killing Archie. Sure, he’d do it given the chance but that wasn’t why he ran them out of town.
As per usual, Archie played right into his hand when he skipped town with Jughead. With them gone, Hiram successfully eliminated the two biggest adversaries swift and capable enough to undermine and destroy his grand plan.
And when the sirens began blaring, neither Archie, Jughead, Fred nor FP were in town.
Which also meant that they were no longer resident of Riverdale.
To Archie, that didn’t matter much as he’d decided to go off into the world in an effort to stop being a burden to anyone. Sorry, V. Honestly, maybe the rest of them should have followed suit.
Jughead and FP were out of luck when they returned to town and got turned away at the border.
The embrace between Gladys and FP before they left made it seem like the exes were on good-terms and there was so unfinished business.
Will they stay with Gladys and JB in the meantime? Will FP and Gladys reconnect romantically? What about Alice?
And how close is The Farm to Riverdale that she’s bouncing back and forth between her time there and taking care of Betty?
Do you think The Farm in also in cahoots with Hiram?
Naturally, Hiram thought he’d also taken care of Betty but underestimated how capable she was even without her friends and sleuthing boyfriend around.
As she told Sister Woodward, she couldn’t be scared into submission because she’d stared real darkness, a real monster in the face.
Veronica did eventually figure out her father’s plan, but unfortunately, she was too late in stopping her mother from making the order.
Riverdale became a quarantined state by the end of the hour, which meant no one was leaving and no one was coming in.
It seems if Hiram had his way, Riverdale would cease to exist to the outside world. Is his goal to just have a town of drugged up slave workers?
As he gloats in his success, Hiram looks up at the Gargoyle King revealing that he isn’t the King as we’ve previously believed.
But also, settling the score that he is playing the game.
We know the GK wasn’t a hallucination as Betty and Jughead previously saw the King without taking any drugs.
But who is he? If it isn’t Hiram, who is calling the shots?
It can’t be FP, Jug, Fred and Archie because they are out of town and accounted for. It can’t be Hermione because she was at the office with Veronica, though she would be my second guess. It can’t be Penelope cause something tells me maple syrup doesn’t come off that quickly, and Alice was with Betty and Ethel so she’s also out of the running.
That, however, leaves us with Sierra McCoy, Tom Keller, and Cladius Blossom.
My money is on the latter simply because he’s already been linked to Hiram at the SOQM.
What do you think is next for the series? How will Riverdale get back on its feet and come out from Hiram’s thumb? Is there a way for Jughead and FP to sneak in? And how safe is that?
And what does that mean for neighboring town Greendale? Surely, a quarantine in the next town over would be something worth mentioning next season on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Could it possible lead us into a crossover?
Let us know what you thought about the finale!
Riverdale Fall Finale Review – Who Killed Jughead? (4×09)
Riverdale took a sharp turn for its midseason finale bringing the Jughead death into clear, well, clearer, view.
There were clues leading up to the killer’s identity throughout much of the episode.
Betty has always lived with Dark Betty’s shadow looming over her, and she’s been terrified of her serial killer gene ever since taking the FBI for kids (or whatever it was called) class, so her desire to eliminate this part of her wasn’t random, but the way the storyline was carried out was.
Evelyn was able to make two calls from Shankshaw Prison to Polly and Alice and hypnotized them via a trigger word that made them kill “Betty” aka the person in the vicinity that they believed was Betty.
Oh, and the trigger word was “tangerine” because apparently, Riverdale has a thing against sweet, orange, fruit.
At this point, I just shrug my shoulders and roll with it.
Betty was afraid that she’d be affected by the trigger word, though, it’s unlikely since she was never brainwashed by the Farm, right?
Then again, we don’t know what happened while she was briefly holed up inside those walls.
However, Betty tested it in front of Charles, which, knowing what we know, was a terrible idea, but Charles has made himself trustworthy so Betty figured this was fine.
She wasn’t phased by the trigger word immediately, but she was taken back to her youth, specifically, the moment Dark Betty was born. I cannot watch poor Caramel get crushed to death by a rock over and over, guys.
Betty’s logical was that if she could go back in time and prevent Dark Betty from being born, she’d fix the dark part of herself that she hated.
Again, sure. I’d be more inclined to think that was a good solution if it came from a therapist and not from Charles, who we know has ulterior motives.
But Betty did it and went to sleep thinking she was safe despite breaking her mirror with her fist and being completely unphased. Oh boy.
So, when the series flashed forward to Betty standing over Jughead holding a rock and presumably killing him the same way she’d killed Caramel before, it wasn’t surprising in the context of plot development.
However, looking at it as fans of the series and Betty and Jughead solo as well as a couple, it was outrageous.
The series would never allow Betty to kill her boyfriend unless they wanted to enrage fandoms and ensure the end of the series as we know it.
Which means that a. that isn’t Jughead, it’s an evil twin brother, b. Archie assumed he was dead when he was just knocked out, c. it’s a sequel to Jughead’s Baxter Brothers novel since the one that got him the contract drew inspiration from the murder of Jason Blossom, or d. I don’t know, and I’m packing.
What do you think the final scene means for Jughead going forward? Is he dead?
After scoring the contract to become the next Baxter Brothers ghost-writer, Jughead attempted to locate his grandfather.
And, he found him. Or someone who claimed to be Forsythe. He looked more like Santa than what I’d imagine FP’s abusive father would look like but whatever.
It was surprisingly easy for Jughead to locate a man who went missing years ago and didn’t want to be found. The fact that Charles helped him find Forsythe also doesn’t sit well with me. If Charles and Chip are working together to destroy Betty then chances are, they’d want to destroy Jughead too.
What are the odds this is an actor who was paid to tell Jughead what he wanted to hear about the Baxter Brothers novel so he would sign the contract?
Based on Jughead’s first words to the man, he didn’t know what his grandfather looked like, and FP never saw him since the man cleared out the trailer before Jughead could reunite them.
It’s too fishy.
Charles has been trusted by both Betty and Jughead so he knows everything and thus, can manipulate them with their weaknesses.
Another day, another terrible Archie idea.
Archie refuses to give up his vigilante life because he thinks he’s making a difference. He wants to follow in his father’s footsteps but really, his father would be disappointed in him handling everything with his fists and not his brain, though, he’d probably understand since thinking logically was never Archie’s strong suit.
Somehow, FP managed to get roped into Archie’s crusade, which would be fine if FP was solely a Serpent, but he’s also the damn Sheriff and shouldn’t be encouraging violence.
Nothing has ever truly been solved with a fistfight.
Archie didn’t just put himself in danger, but he caused FP to get shot at Pops again! How many times can a masked criminal shoot someone Archie cares about? This town, honestly.
FP fared better than Fred did when he took a bullet last time, but this triggered Archie to make another rash decision — beating up Dodger one last time.
He couldn’t let it go. Dodger and Darla were on their way out of town and yet, Archie had to go and pound him into the ground.
I’m sure there was satisfaction in that, but Archie’s grief anger brought him too close to killing a man.
And now, he’s going to have to make it up to the kids in the center who look up to him as a role model but saw him standing over a bloodied man and threatening to murder him. He’s no better than Dodger.
Veronica’s beef with Hiram is getting unbelievable. She tattled on him to his mom and he attempted to sabotage her chances of getting into an Ivy League college.
How old are they?
Veronica should have known that her father would have a patent on the rum. He’s a brilliant businessman!
And she also needs to just cut herself off from him completely, which means giving up this rum competition and focusing on what brings her joy outside of taking down her father.
Also, there’s no way any admissions interviewer would be impressed with that show Ronnie put on. Everything about it was so terrible.
And then there’s Cheryl who seems to be regaining some sanity despite locking her mother up in a bunker as a hostage. Look, Penelope had it coming.
After her productive chat with the therapist on the former Riverdale episode, Cheryl realized someone was gaslighting her and making her believe she was crazy.
The only logical person would be Penelope, so Cheryl snuffed her out by gassing Thistlehouse.
She then put her on trial so that Penelope would face all the horrendous things she’s done, and Penelope admitted she was fueled by jealousy over Cheryl’s relationship with dead Jason. Again, what?
The positive outcome was that Cheryl acknowledged it was time to let Jason rest even if the way she sent him away was by re-enacting his death down Sweetwater River.
You know, I’m going to let this one slide for Cheryl’s sanity.
Other Riverdale Thoughts
- Is the Farm responsible for those stalker-ish VHS tapes too? Isn’t it time to wrap up the Farm storyline? It keeps rearing its ugly head when it should have been left behind in Season 3.
- Why didn’t anyone question why Cheryl had a mummified corpse of Jason?
- Jughead was initiated into the secret society, but he should have just rejected the offer.
What did you think of the Riverdale midseason finale?
Are things getting too insane even by Riverdale standards?
Riverdale Review – You’re Just a High School Senior from Riverdale (4×08)
There were so many instrumental moments on tonight’s Riverdale, and we all owe a great deal to Mrs. Burble (guest star Gina Torres).
This episode was our response to us asking: “why aren’t these teens in therapy?”
Therapy in Riverdale is long overdue, and I didn’t realize just how overdue until all these teens were forced to sit down and talk about their emotional trauma.
Boy, that was a handful. And these are just the core 5 students. We haven’t even graced the surface of what Kevin, Toni, and friends are feeling.
Their introspective breakthroughs alone made this episode one of the best, strongest, and most mature in the vault.
Betty’s been scarred for life by a half-present mother who could only muster up the excuse that “she loved her too much.” Yes, there’s such a thing as smothering someone with love and overparenting.
Alice didn’t want to come to terms that she was losing her baby, but there’s no denying that Betty’s been a fully functioning adult for quite some time now.
Is Alice that naive that she didn’t know her daughter was having sex with Jughead? They sleep in the same bed.
But more importantly, the sex part is what she’s overly concerned with?
I thought I was going to have to go off at the television listing all the other situations that have probably “distracted” Betty more than having sex, but thankfully, I didn’t have to because Betty handled it herself.
Everything Betty went off about on Mrs. Burble’s couch echoed the audiences’ sentiments.
Murdering the Shady Man, saving her mother from a cult, getting locked away at the Sister’s of Quiet Mercy and drugged up to hallucinate the Gargoyle King… half of those things, Alice was responsible for. And here she is thinking sex was going to destroy Betty’s life.
Archie’s diagnosis was pretty straightforward: grief-induced anger.
The worst part is that he’s aware of why he is the way that he is, but he still allows his “addiction” of helping people and blindly and stupidly putting himself at risk to take over. He cannot help his hero-complex.
Mrs. Burble mentioned that she doesn’t expect everyone to change after one session and one realization, and we should have listened because even after Archie acknowledged the problem, he went back to his old ways of handling them.
The good news is that Cheryl did NOT consume her fraternal brother in the womb, which means someone is definitely messing with her to convince her that she’s going crazy.
I can’t say I agree with Burble’s lenient take on talking to taxidermy. Maybe Cheryl wasn’t clear enough when she explained her coping mechanisms, but she’s literally talking to a mummified Jason that was dug up from the grave.
That’s not nearly the same thing as chatting with someone’s urn or their gravestone. Not in the slightest.
Personally, Cheryl should continue therapy and properly bury her brother so he can rest in peace and she can move on.
But also, who is screwing with her?
I’m inclined to believe that Toni’s responsible simply because she’s still living at Thistlehouse when every other sane human being would move far, far away.
However, that would require destroying the Choni relationship, and Riverdale doesn’t seem to be interested in messing with it. Therefore, it’s probably Cheryl’s MIA mother. There has to be some benefit to Penelope convincing her daughter that she’s lost it.
Veronica finally acknowledged her obsessive relationship with Hiram Lodge. It’s more than daddy issues at this point because the two of them love to hate each other.
Burble did a great job of highlighting the most pressing issue: Veronica has never actually wanted to walk away.
She says one thing but does another.
Despite her disgust, Veronica still respects Hiram, calls his “daddy,” and willingly lives at the house.
It’s a toxic relationship that’ll only stop once she completely severs ties with him and sticks to her guns.
Is she capable of that? Time will tell. Rejecting Harvard to go to the competition “Yale” is one thing, but it’s another to completely rid your life of the man that gave you life.
And lastly, Jughead was called out for taking the easy way out and feeding into Stonewall Prep’s beliefs about him.
They say he’s not good enough, so why should he prove them otherwise. That’s been his take on it mostly because he’s been procrastinating his writing and college applications due to his Mr. Chipping conspiracies.
But here, again, I didn’t exactly agree with Burble.
She made some valid points about Jughead getting too obsessed with the wrong thing, sabotaging himself, and idolizing a man who caused his father so much pain while ignoring his father’s self-success at becoming a better person.
All that was 100% on point.
However, Jughead’s not delusional about what’s going on at Stonewall Prep. They are hiding some secret that was responsible for Mr. Chipping’s public suicide and is also apparently now responsible for the deaths of other notorious children novelist’s from Stonewall.
In short, someone is committing murder! And the only two people still alive are DuPont and Forsythe, who we know is MIA.
But what if he isn’t?
What if Forsythe is pulling the strings on this secret society? Maybe he doesn’t want to be found and the death, DuPont’s stand-offish attitude towards Jughead, and the rest of the classmates are all protecting that.
In Riverdale, anything is possible.
His murder conspiracy also leads into his Baxter Brothers’ “perfect murder” novel, which Betty said was “really good” and “put his own spin on it.”
Is that a clue that the final scene that’s playing out is a scene from Jughead’s book.
Maybe I’m looking too much into it, but the lighting in the scene, the vibe, and the music was all off.
There’s also no way Archie, Betty, and Veronica would casually walk into a lineup like that as they were accused of killing their best friend unless it was to fool everyone into believing that was really the case.
You can read all my theories about what’s going on with Jughead right here!
Another wonderful thing about this episode was how Riverdale normalized therapy.
There is so much stigma surrounding mental health and getting help that an episode showing teens doing just that without shame goes a long way.
As does the fact that Mrs. Burble dissected every single ridiculous thing about the show psychologically that explained the madness behind the series in a sensical way.
I could almost get into the minds of the writers and how they craft story-arcs. It’s a way I’ve never looked at the narrative of this show.
But while we were all distracted with the self-reflective progress the teens were making, it was easy to gloss over the oddities about Burble.
She was great at her job, at identifying problems, and at helping them all work through them.
But how did she know everything about them? School’s don’t usually have files about everything that happens in a specific student’s life.
She knew some of their deepest and darkest secrets, and she knew exactly where to put pressure to make them talk.
All of this, paired with a very fleeting and casual mention of the VCR tapes, which the beginning of the episode emphasized again, makes me think there’s something much more sinister to the psychologist than meets the eye.
Has she been spying on everyone?
Does she want people to know they’re being watched so they attempt to be better people?
Lastly, how will Riverdale continue when they all go to college? If we’re to consider that the flashforwards are simply part of Jughead’s novel then all of them will be attending school somewhere else in the fall.
Betty didn’t get into Yale, but that’s where Veronica is going. Archie plans to stay in Riverdale and who knows where Jug applied or if he’ll even go considering his predicament.
Riverdale won’t be Riverdale if half of them aren’t in town anymore and the small town mysteries aren’t dominating their lives.
How do you think the show will carry on?
What’s happening with Jughead?
Will Veronica ever be free of her dad?
Is Archie self-destructive?
How wild is Betty and Alice’s relationship?
Riverdale Review – Hereditary (4×06)
Riverdale loves messing with our minds.
Everyone fought to get their power back on “Hereditary,” but not everyone was successful. Actually, most of them weren’t successful.
Archie made a deal with the devil, again. You’d think that by now he would know what happens when he trusts Hiram Lodge. Nothing is ever free with him. He took care of Archie’s Dodger problem rather drastically, although, it was nothing compared to Dodger’s goons shooting up Archie’s house. Dodger had it coming, sure, but what does this mean for Archie? Is he working with Hiram now? He may have taken care of one loose cannon by indebting himself to another. As always, Archie’s intentions were in the right place but his solutions were downright questionable. Hiram proved he’s no less of a bully than Dodger.
Veronica was also having a Hiram Lodge problem, but it was Hermione who fell for his old ways. Veronica thought she was hitting Hiram and Hermosa where it hurt them by aligning with her mom and helping her score a job to become independent, but that all went to hell when Hermione let Hiram right back into her life, her bed, and her house. Honestly, Hermione, do you have no backbone? Hermione proved that she’s never wanted to do any of the heavy lifting because she’s comfortable lying for her husband.
After all the crap that Hiram pulled and how he tried to destroy her and make her rot in prison, all it took was a graze on the shoulder and a whisper in her ear to convince Hermione to take him back.
She not only took Hiram back, but she agreed to renew her vows immediately. If I knew Hiram at all, he’s plotting something where he either needs Hermione to support him or to be his scapegoat. Either way, she doesn’t deserve Veronica’s mercy anymore. It almost seemed like Hermione was drugged into being obedient when Veronica confront her.
Hermosa cannot be trusted either. She claims there’s good in Hiram, and that may be true since he has always protected his family, but that doesn’t give him a free pass or erase the truly terrible things he’s done. Hermosa is up to something, I just cannot figure out her plan yet.
Betty made a move in an attempt to figure out who Charles really was. Mainly, she wanted to see if she was right about him being a serial killer. Sadly, her whole plan backfired. Why? Because she never stood a chance. Charles is a complete psychopath as we all suspected.
Betty questioned Chic who told her that Charles killed a man during their threesome. When Betty confronted Charles and made him do a lie detector, he blamed Chic for the murder explaining that it forced them to break up. But obviously Charles knows how to rig a lie detector test, he’s the FBI for crying out loud.
Shortly after, Charles claimed Chic reported the murder of the shady man at Alice’s house, which seemed suspicious. If he reported it, why weren’t there other FBI agents at the house? Because Charles lied to his family so that he could locate the body, move it, and then get into everyone’s good grace. And it worked. Betty felt indebted to her brother and ignored her gut feel, which has been right all along.
Charles and Chic are still in love and have some kind of plan for the Cooper family. If you weren’t interested in yet another fake brother, the fact that they’re both working together and in love makes this juicy even by Riverdale standards.
Things at Thistlehouse are getting a wee bit out of hand.
Cheryl still won’t bury Jason’s rotting corpse, she believes she’s being haunted by Julian’s unsettled spirit and attempts to drown him in a tub, oh, and she and Toni killed her Uncle Bedford after he snuck into the chapel and saw Jason’s body.
Normally, I would argue that Cheryl’s family is money-hungry and trying to undermine her to sell the not-profitable maple syrup business, but there’s some truth in Bedford pointing out that Cheryl is deranged and should seek treatment.
At this point, we have to stop hoping that Toni will be the beacon of hope because she’s just as messed up in all of this craziness as Cheryl. Though, she did have a valid point about selling Thistlehouse and all the bad luck it brings to start over somewhere fresh. Preferably somewhere where Penelope doesn’t have access. She has to be behind the torment being caused by Julian, right?
I don’t know how the ladies covered up the murder, but Aunt Crickett isn’t going to go down without a fight.
Jughead definitely had it the worst out of everyone, but maybe that’s just because I know his endgame finds him in a morgue.
There’s either two ways this plays out: either Jughead fakes his death to write the “perfect murder” for the Baxter Brothers series or someone at Stonewall Prep kills him.
Both options are looking pretty possible at this point.
Jughead completed an analysis of the Baxter Brothers text (this is why we love him) and realized that the first book had a significantly different tone than the remaining five. Therefore, he doubted that Mr. DuPont was the ghostwriter for all of them.
Needing some proof before he made his findings public, Jughead did some digging and found a very similar story in a Riverdale newsletter written by Frosty Pajamas, his grandfather’s pen name, a few years before he transferred to Stonewall Prep.
The findings were impressive and proved that Jughead was superior to everyone else in the class.
However, Mr. DuPont was not having any of it and threatened Jughead, which definitely proved he had something to hide like the fact that he’s not the actual ghostwriter of the first book.
Jughead took up his concerns with Mr. Chipping, who agreed that the situation needed to be remedied.
And then, the wildest thing to ever happen on Riverdale happened. And yes, I do remember that Edgar Everner wore an Evel Knievel suit and attempted to escape on a self-built helicopter.
Mr. Chipping walked into glass normal as can be, took a deep breath, told Jughead he tried to help and JUMPED OUT OF THE FRICKING WINDOW.
Just like that. And what’s worse is that no one in the class even flinched.
Brett later made a comment about Mr. Chipping’s “fall from grace,” as if everyone is in on something except for Jughead.
Now, this has me convinced that something truly awful happens to Jughead. He clearly hasn’t made a good name for himself at the school and Mr. DuPont, who is taking over Chipping’s class, doesn’t even think Jughead belongs there.
There’s a longstanding hatred for the Jones men and it’s unclear why, but I don’t think Jughead was brought to the school on accident.
What I cannot figure out is why the Baxter Brother’s novels are so important to Stonewall Prep. And why is keeping the secret of the first ghostwriter a life or death matter?
What is DuPont hiding?
What do you think happens to Jughead?
What’s Hiram Lodge’s next big plan?
And what are Chic and Charles plotting against the Cooper-Jones’?
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