Betty and Tabitha launched a killer prevention truck draw this week Riverdale – and of course, it was about making an evocative song and turning on the degree.
Nonetheless, on her way to her missing sister Polly, Betty operates a large oil rig and tracks down a suspect when she stops and acts as bait, the person offers … but she is simply picked up by Glen and the FBI for solicitation. She turns to Tabitha, who has a dynamic concept: why not offer some exciting entertainment at Pop’s to entice the driver of the truck? Betty comes with a Unsightly coyote-esque exhibit of woman known as “wild foxes” so they can browse all the license plates of truck drivers while being distracted.
Betty, Tabitha, Cheryl and Veronica graduate in shiny tiny tank tops and sing “Nothin ‘However a Just Right Time” through Poison in front of a rowdy crowd, and quickly assault a suspect. Alternatively, the blood in his truck’s trailer is from a large load of meat, so it’s empty. However, in the car parking space, Betty is picked up by all the other truck drivers who have overlooked the display – and he or she sees blood at the door of his or her truck. She texts Tabitha to apply it and will get into the person’s cab. He talks about how much he enjoys watching others die before stopping and unsheathing a knife… but Betty is capable of him and knocks him out. He hits her and grabs a chainsaw (!), Which cuts through the roof of the cabin to reach it, but she grabs a key and smashes it in the head. Nice shot!
Tabitha involves help, but Betty doesn’t need to hand this guy over to the government the same way. She must first find Polly’s location for him. Uh-oh… you picked up the wrong woman, Trucker Man.
Meanwhile, Cheryl is walking through the woods in an elaborate Little Crimson Using Hood dress when she sees Kevin sneaking in disgrace. Back at school, she confronts him about the cruise once more and gives up to save him during the Blossom family ministry, but Kevin cancels the career earlier. Cheryl realizes he still has unresolved emotions for Fangs and urges her to apologize, so Kevin goes to Fangs and reveals it… along with our ex-pal Moose Mason! Who has long hair and a beard! (A very long time without seeing, buddy!) This sight plunges Kevin into disaster and calls into question what he still teaches in Riverdale, when he’s always in demand to visit the city to pursue his creative goals. So Cheryl offers him an outlet in his ministry, makes him inventive director and joins him in a duo of jesus christ celebrity. It’s not Broadway anymore, but have a nice day, that’s one thing.
In other places in “Canine Reservoir”: Archie and his former military buddy Jackson had some eventful war flashbacks, so Uncle Frank tried to calm their pinched nerves with a dog shelter candy, nonetheless it seems the dog was once (woof) part of an illegal dogfighting ring, a rabid Archie brutally beat the leader; on the other hand, this story ended satisfactorily when Uncle Frank organized a daycare for domestic dogs in Archie’s boxing gym; Veronica returned to bank financing and Reggie gave her the names of Hiram’s land buyers as new clues so she could simply sweep her father’s empire below him; and for the second week in a row: where the hell is Jughead?!?
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