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Soapy, sexy, and a little silly, "Chapter Two" shows there's more than meets the eye in Riverdale.
It's the balance between loving nostalgia and lurid, hairpin-turn soap opera histrionics that is making Riverdale enjoyable.
This is an intense new breed of CW teenagers that only move from one location to the next to confront one another over past grievances.
Looks like there are now two major mysteries being brought out of the shadows and into the light in Riverdale. But honestly, I'm just here for Betty and Veronica's newly-minted girl power friendship.
A more substantial and promising statement in terms of what to expect from Riverdale as the first season unfolds.
Let's keep talking about how gorgeous this show is, because Riverdale would just be trashy fun if not for its elegant visual style.
If [Riverdale] can further develop its characters and keep the information surrounding the mystery interesting, then it definitely has even more potential to grow into its own.
Riverdale isn't perfect but when it hits the right note it's hard to remember what problems I have with it in the first place.
This murder mystery isn't as simple as it looks.
The second episode of Riverdale, mostly occupied with the aftermath of the pilot, has a tendency to drag, but at least the eye-candy shop is still open.
It's Jughead's late-night confrontation at Archie's house that we learn the most important thing about this pair: Despite their drama, there's a deep trust between these two, and it transcends this momentary halt in their friendship.
One of Riverdale's biggest tests will be how it brings the mystery together, and this episode definitely adds some more color to that.
The most compelling part of the show has to be Betty (Lili Reinhart) and Veronica (Camila Mendes).