Reluctantly preparing donations to the local museum for her father, whiny and self-centered Veronica gets a taste of her own medicine. When she wishes "that everyone be like me", little does she know...
Meet Archie Andrews, ace reporter for the Riverdale High School student paper. Weirdness is his beat. It all starts the day the local TV station plays a twelve-hour monster movie marathon, followed ...
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Tabitha St. Germain,
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Archie Andrews is a fickle, freckled fellow who's in a love triangle with the likeable Betty Cooper and the spoiled Veronica Lodge, a battle of wits with Reggie Mantle, and a friendship with Judghead Jones. Other characters include principal Mr. Weatherbee "The Bee" Big Ethel, who has a crush on Jughead, and the nerdy Dilton Doiley. Archie publishes an article in the school newspaper called "Archie's Weird Mysteries", which chronicles his exploits investigating strange phenomena. His adventures deal with time travelers, aliens, monsters (often creations of Dilton) and various other oddities. He also writes in his laptop journal at the end of every day, and always ends off his installment with the words: "...in a little town called Riverdale." Written by
I think it's a fun show with a good lesson in each one...
I have always loved these characters and I think this is a creative spin on their lives. I like the fact that the monsters are real. Kids have active imaginations and I think will really enjoy it. I think parents will appreciate the morals in each episode. I dig it!
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