Another week, another Riverdale. Archie reclaims the black hood. Cheryl gets locked up. Penelope Blossom is still evil. Let’s dive into Riverdale’s “The Noose Tightens.” Toni Saves Cheryl Cheryl is sent away to the crazy wacko nuns of The Sisters of Quiet Mercy for her “conversion therapy.” These nuns need to
It’s been a month since we’ve seen Riverdale, a month folks. I’ve been eagerly waiting for this episode, hoping it would reclaim my love…and it did…BIG TIME. I don’t want to overhype the episode, but it may be my favorite of Riverdale’s otherwise dull and less drama heavy sophomore season.
This week’s Riverdale focused on the awful history of our beloved drama filled town. It’s Pickens Day, a time for the town to come together and celebrate their rich history of General Pickens who was employed by Grandpappy Blossom and essentially built Riverdale. Little do the residents know, Pickens was
Riverdale ended up revealing who the Black Hood was and convincing no one that this whole mystery is done and over with in their mid-season finale titled “Silent Night, Deadly Night.” It also saw the tentative beginnings of the infamous Betty/Archie/Veronica love triangle. Been there, done that, not looking forward to
Many critics are calling this the golden age of television and with the selection of good quality, excellent shows in a variety of genres, it is not difficult to see why. From the teenage drama in Riverdale, to the light-hearted comedy of The Mayor to heavy-hearted Handmaid’s Tale, there was
When it comes to shipping, quite often we let our preferences cloud our judgement or guide us into a mindset where we give the people in the ship a second, third, fourth chance. After last night’s episode of Riverdale, titled “House of the Devil,” fuck shipping. Betty and Veronica deserve