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No consensus yet.
Whichever writer's Mindhunter binge brought us here, may it never end.
THE SERPENTS USED TO HAVE THE NEIGHBORS OVER FOR A CLAMBAKE! Now that's a spin-off I'd like to see!!
Riverdale is a lot of things, but it's not boring. At least, it usually isn't. I can't believe I'm saying this, but the nothing-if-not-bonkers show... has improbably managed to deliver... a pretty tedious hour of television.
Last night's Cheryl and Toni-less episode, while not all bad, was a bit blah and had very little of the content that I know you all come here to read about (gay stuff).
Now that Riverdale has taken a breath, it can return to Betty's worst Prodigal Son-y anxieties.
No Cheryl at all this week?! I know things were busy, but we simply can't go a week without checking in with Miss Blossom, can we?
I still am undecided about these flash forwards, but the use of Eels' "Fresh Blood" as Archie, Betty, and Veronica were arrested for Jughead's murder was a left-field, inspired choice.