See also: this.
Chris Sims is a very bad man.
Kill it. Kill it with fire.
O lord I thought this was a complicated inside joke with photoshops of friends of yours in the cast picture.
It really existed.
Oh, it gets better!
Yup… John Byrne did the comicbook adaptation!
For what it was, the made-for-TV movie wasn’t that bad. The plot centered on Archie returning to Riverdale for a high school reunion.
Surprisingly, no one has yet commented on the forthcoming marriage of Archie to both Betty AND Veronica, which is scheduled for Archie #600-606. And yes, he has children with both.
My brother and I taped this off the TV and watched it a bunch of times. I don’t really remember why. It does feature middle-aged Jughead doing a rap version of “Sugar, Sugar.”
I repressed this memory. Yes, I saw it on May 6, 1990. I was 13, so young and impressionable.
Hmm… Is that a Riverdale in Archie’s pocket? Or is he just happy to the ol’ gang?
See the ol’ gang, I mean…
Y’all are punks! I read the comic adaptation of this when I was like 8 and it was way cool. If I recall correctly, it opened up with Jughead on a couch talking to a psychiatrist about his inability to connect to his daughter and other women to an extent that, years later when the book floated out of a box like a corpse out of a flooded grave, made you think he might have been referencing impotence. Then the scene cuts and you suddenly realize that he’s the psychiatrist and the role reversal is his method of communication.
At the end, Ethel turns out to have become a supermodel.
Wow, is that actually Lauren Holly, of Dumb and Dumber and “briefly married to Jim Carrey” fame?
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