Yeah, I’m not sure March Madness is doing much for my sanity.
Some of these choices are going to really test your loyalty!
Toxic marriage! Psychedelic mushrooms! Serial killer weddings! This Riverdale midseason finale has it all.
32 couples remain!
Just remember: it only gets harder from here on out!
I’m simply begging these characters to go to therapy.
Cheryl Blossom outdoes herself by throwing a vengeful key party. You read that correctly!
Frightening at times and hilarious at others, it’s another chaotic but great episode of Riverdale that absolutely justifies the time-jump this season.
Ah yes, it’s once again time for the “epic highs and lows of high school football.”
These characters sure do love to self-sabotage!
Find out what these characters have been up to for the past 2,555 days!
Betty Cooper is like actually high school sucks, and you know what? True.
Things I was reminded of while watching this episode: the serial killer gene, cannibal meat pies, and Andy Cohen existing in the Archieverse.
Drama for Archie and Veronica; trauma for Cheryl and Toni; murder mystery for Jughead and Betty. Just some classic Riverdale romance in the air!
A disorienting and disturbing finale shows Riverdale at its finest a.k.a. most chaotic.
David Lynch could never! Business rivalries, traumatic videotapes, and almost-cheating abound! Toni and Cheryl are present, but ARE THEY?!
Excuse ME, Cheryl and Toni should have sang “The Origin Of Love.”
“Are you really so delusional you would believe I would mastermind some elaborate conspiracy that caused the deaths of multiple people just to win a YA book contract?”
Jughead’s fate is finally revealed.
Molly Ringwald playing queer! A QUEER MOM ON RIVERDALE!
Mishel Prada is back as Hermosa and shares a dance with Cheryl and Toni.