HOLR Is Breaking Down The Series Finale Of ‘Riverdale’!
Warning: Spoilers Ahead!
The popular teen drama aired its final episode last night, and the ending is nothing short of bizarre. For starters, it takes place sixty seven years into the future.
The episode focuses on Betty, played by Lili Reinhart, who is now in her eighties. We watch her find out that Jughead, played by Cole Sprouse, has died at the age of eighty-four leaving her the last remaining member of their friend group.
She asks her granddaughter to take her back to Riverdale. On the drive, she sees Jughead in a dream where he reveals to her that she can relive a single day of her life. She chooses to go back to the last day of high school where she last saw everyone. This reveals exactly what happened to the rest of the characters.
Archie moved to Modesto, California where he became a construction worker. He carried out a simple life with his wife and children until his passing. He was buried next to his father back in Riverdale.
Jughead never married. He founded a successful magazine called “Jughead’s Madhouse Magazine” and worked as the editor-in-chief until his death.
Veronica moved to Los Angeles, California where she was an assistant at a production company before working her way up to become head of the studio. She won two Oscars and was buried in the famous Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
Cheryl Blossom And Toni Topaz
Cheryl and Toni remained together and also moved to California. They had one son and lived out their lives peacefully.
Reggie played basketball for Kansas State, before getting drafter to the Los Angeles Lakers. He took time to work on his family’s farm in Riverdale, where he moved back to after their deaths. He then became the high school basketball coach. He also married and had two sons who now own the local car dealership.
Kevin Keller And Clay Walker
The couple remained together; moving to New York where Clay became a professor at Columbia and Kevin founded and off-broadway theater company. Kevin died first, at age eighty-two, and Clay died soon after.
Betty became a best-selling author and ran a popular advice column called ‘Betty’s Diary’. She moved to New York as a freelance writer before launching a successful women’s magazine titled ‘She Says’. She never married, but adopted a daughter, who then made her a grandmother. She passed in her sleep, riding in her granddaughter’s car on the way back to Riverdale.
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