Cameron Scheetz
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Jul 11
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I’m also sad the Jessie Ware album didn’t make the cut because it’s SO deserving. But, fwiw, a lot of us submitted our picks for these before the album was out—I had my list firmed up and sent in, then I heard What’s Your Pleasure the following week and immediately wrote it up for A-Sides. Thinking it’ll have a better Read more

May 15
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We absolutely discussed it (how could we not), and it’s in the video, but we opted to leave it out of the written interview since we already touched on it in our previous Random Roles with her back in ‘11.

May 15
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We absolutely discussed it (how could we not), and it’s in the video, but we opted to leave it out of the written interview since we already touched on it in our previous Random Roles with her back in ‘11.

Feb 1 2019
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To your first point: Oh god, absolutely. We get it, Jug! Though, of course, he could just be using it as an extended metaphor for childhood and the loss of innocence. But, even still... we get the point, haha. No need to hammer it home that hard. Read more

Oct 26 2018
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Yes! Especially because there is no new Riverdale next week, we’ll have a special episode dedicated to the season of Sabrina. Very excited to discuss. It’ll be intended as a recap, of sorts, of the full season since people will probably be binging at their own pace and will hopefully get to listen to the pod after Read more

Apr 2 2018
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Ah, just revisited the scene and you’re absolutely right. The tunnel used to be used for smuggling booze during prohibition, which was a detail I had completely forgotten about, haha. This show is so much.

Mar 29 2018
7

I see what you’re saying, but I took the tunnel being used by “conversion boys” as something that happened in the past. It’s locked now, but it used to not be back in the day, thus making the Fox Forest (a small forest on the edge of a midsize town in upstate NY) a “legacy” location for cruising, a place that wouldn’t Read more

Dec 15 2017
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That’s so nice of you to say! Basically, we love reveling in the madness of this show, so we’re just happy people are willing to listen to us prattle on about it. Thanks so much!

Dec 14 2017
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Oh my god.... then I’m holding out hope for Laurie Metcalf to turn up as Grandma Jones.

Dec 7 2017
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Oh, you’re right! And Jughead even evokes this connection by referring to Tony Todd’s character as “Nightmare On Elm Street” in this episode! Whoa.

Dec 7 2017
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If you buy into the theory that there’s some sort of cult behind/in support of The Black Hood wanting to cleanse the town of sin (a la the village of Sanford in the movie Hot Fuzz), then I’d like to imagine the gents in the photo are its founding members, and that we may be seeing some of them again or already have! Read more

Dec 7 2017
4

That scene gave me so much hope! I was thrilled that the show was (seemingly) going to explore a platonic LGBTQ friendship, which would be truly unique for TV—two queer friends who can talk to/support/rely on one another, without sex getting in the way. Alas. Instead of continually pulling Varchie + Bughead apart, the Read more

Nov 14 2017
3

A super valid point on Grundy being the key. Who knew about her status as a sexual predator beyond the main “Scooby Gang”? Alice, Fred, Dilton, and.... Hal and Keller? My memory is a little foggy, but worth a re-watch for this fact alone.

Nov 14 2017
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Definitely definitely definitely on board with this multiple Black Hoods theory, though we decided to omit any mention of it here for the sake of keeping the article straightforward. At this point, it’d be most realistic if there were a “killer” Black Hood and a “caller” Black Hood. The former is deeply disturbed and Read more

Nov 14 2017
3

It looks like a match more than most other characters, but I’m still not 100% convinced. However, I think the show HAS (suspiciously) had Keller show up at just the right time on multiple occasions. So either they’re dropping subtle hints, or I’m experiencing some intense confirmation bias.