The Riverdale universe has its share of sordid drug abuse, but you won't find people getting their rocks off on heroin, crack, or meth. Their preferred poison is a little stimulant called jingle jangle, which of course is consumed out of a paper straw like Pixy Stix.
One of the weirdest elements of Riverdale is the dynamic between Veronica and her villain father, Hiram Lodge. They're father and daughter, but love to act like quarreling, vindictive lovers toward each other. And there's no end in sight! We've had enough, CW!
Cheryl as a whole is as captivating as she is unhinged. Throughout her five seasons, she comes out as gay, burns down her family's estate after learning her father killed her twin brother, gets inducted into a cult, and always dominates as Riverdale High's blistering Queen Bee.
When Marisol Nichols announced that Riverdale's fifth season would be her last, fans wondered how she'd be written off the show. Spoiler alert: She joins the Real Housewives of New York City cast at the behest of Andy Cohen. Ramona Singer versus Hermione Lodge when?
When a pervert was running around Riverdale recording peoples' homes and making wannabe snuff films of the locals, teenage sleuths Jughead Jones and Betty Cooper had to investigate. The culprit ended up being Jughead's tween sister — named Jellybean, duh — who did it because she was sad her brother was gearing up to leave for college. Grow up!