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If you were not paying attention to the story behind Dupont’s role in Riverdale as a world-renowned author, you missed a subtle hint that goes beyond the ‘ Baxter Boys ‘ show. That factor combined with the terrible prank played on Jughead might mean a nice payback for Bret and the rest of those elitist weirdos writing might be in for. Why? For what? At the end of episode 5 we’re watching Betty Archie and Veronica being escorted out of class over the “murder” of Jughead. F.P. Doesn’t look disturbed exactly and neither does Betty look at Jughead’s body when she is shown at the medical examiner’s office. Mind that all this happens before spring break. Why is there so many poker faces when DEAD is Jughead’s wonderful friend son and boyfriend?! It’s not a dream but a different thing.

Let’s revisit Dupont’s announcement that a writing contest will be held to see who will be the next ghostwriter for the “Baxter Boys” novel. It has to be the mystery of murder. Specifically, it must be the “perfect assassination.” What better way to write an elaborate story than by making it play on our TV screens? The idea is that the brief glimpses we see of Jughead’s disappearance are meant to be death, and the aftermath with the Riverdale gang is stupid crafted to create the competition’s perfect murder story. With it, Jughead could turn the tables on his creepy classmates and we’re either watching a fake representation of his writing, or he’s hiring his friends to help him execute the ruse.

The plot of Riverdale loves to be sly Watch the show long enough and you know the writers love to throw tricks. Sometimes they’re dropped in to trip you see if you’ve kept up, or to lower your jaw. Showing the flash forwards audiences is indicative of the show’s ability to string fans along to believe in one result. It’s par for the course and gullibility is a characteristic shared by many characters in the show. … so much for a relaxed Senior Year # — Riverdale Writers Room (@RiverdaleWriter) 7 November 2019 But maybe these “What happened to Jughead? “Scenes set Jughead’s victory over the elitists of Stonewall Prep, and a way for him to discover what really happened to his grandfather. While some fans here expect the worst to be true, many are trying to put together hints suggesting that Jughead will actually be a-ok. That would be too big a loss.


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