Archie: To Riverdale and Back Again
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It premiered on April 27, Alice turns to Archie and Veronica for help, but when Betty discovers they are working with her mom, she is not happy. Meanwhile, Fred and Mary attend the Homecoming dance, leaving Fred to possibly reconsider the divorce. The episode opens up with the narration of Jughead Jones voice, who writes from Riverdale High's gym bleachers saying "People like to say the death of Jason Blossom changed everything at Riverdale High ," yet "certain things, certain traditions never change. Betty is then seen to be talking to Mr. Weatherbee , where she notifies him that she will be handing over some of her decorating duties to Ethel so she can be more focused on The Blue and Gold.
With the Archie Comics gang poised to return to television in January with "Riverdale," a new CW drama that promises dark secrets, forbidden relationships and fractured friendships, we thought it would be interesting to revisit the last time the characters appeared in live-action: the TV movie "Archie: To Riverdale and Back Again. Released on video as "Archie: Return to Riverdale," the peculiar, largely forgotten NBC movie brought the world of Archie Comics to television at a time when comic book adaptations weren't common on the small screen. It isn't a trailblazer, but it's certainly worthy of reflection. Plus, it's weird as hell. The strangest thing is that, for an Archie TV movie, it doesn't feature the characters as we know them. It's set 15 years after the gang graduates from high school, and depicts all of our favorites -- aged up -- as they return to Riverdale for a class reunion. Everybody's there -- Archie, Jughead, Betty, Veronica, Reggie, Moose, you name it -- but they're all roughly 35 years old and … sad.
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Archie: To Riverdale and Back Again is a American live-action made-for-television comedy film based on comic book characters published by Archie Comics. It was shown in Britain as Weekend Reunion. Archie and company are all now in their early thirties, with the trials and tribulations one might expect to have happened to such a group over the years:. Meanwhile, Archie also tries to keep Reggie, helped along by an uncharacteristically menacing Mr. Lodge , from evicting Pop Tate from his soda shop , under the pretext of expanding his gym. Archie ultimately saves the Chock'lit Shoppe, though he loses Pam in the bargain, and decides to stay in Riverdale.
Archie: To Riverdale and Back Again released on video as Archie: Return to Riverdale in the United States and Archie's Weekend Reunion in Australia was a live-action television movie featuring the Archie characters all grown up and have different careers. Fifteen years has passed since the Archie gang graduated from Riverdale High School. Archie became a successful lawyer, Jughead is now a divorced psychiatrist with a son named Jordan, Reggie owns a health club, Betty is a grade school teacher and a budding romance novelist and Veronica is
Chapter Eleven: To Riverdale and Back Again