Okay, so Archie's an idiot for running to his teacher's house (especially without a shirt on). Not only does that cast suspicion on them both, but he's risking violating the conditions of their agreement. Which he set up. Because he needs her help. And speaking of their agreement: why didn't he just say something to her during one of their lessons? Or at school? And why did it take him until the end of the episode to come up with the common sense solution of going to the police, telling him what he heard, and neglecting to mention that Grundy was also there? Didn't say this in the last thread, but I think Archie's excuse for not wanting to date Betty ("You're too good for me!") is ********. It's one thing if he just doesn't have feelings for her, you can't be mad at him for that, but what he actually said to her was ********. "July Fourth" is going to be this show's "doppelgänger," isn't it? The Mannequins are BOLD for accusing Cheryl of fratricide right to her face. Okay, there was a point where there was literally a fog machine running in the background. Betty is petty for giving Cheryl the other coupon. I don't think Veronica deserves forgiveness. Not yet. She was a ****** friend to Betty and her actions were ultimately swept under the rug. Their vow doesn't make sense, because it wasn't Archie that came between them. It was Veronica. *characters run inside from the rain* *are completely dry* This episode was much, MUCH better than the first. I hope episode three is even better. Side note: is Jughead's hat available for purchase anywhere?