Riverdale is steadily rising up the ranks when it comes to TV shows. It takes a classic comic book and puts an incredibly dark spin on it. So, we decided to share 15 Riverdale Quotes That Makes Us Love The Show.
Archie comic characters are transformed into a world of complex teenage situations and some pretty sultry and scandalous behavior. It makes for amazing television and CWTV seems to be excelling in these types of shows quite a bit. It’s likely to continue to rise up the ranks on the roster of shows with all of the great reception it has gotten.
The major characters, Jughead, Archie, Veronica and Betty are trying to figure out who murdered Jason Blossom. Meanwhile, Cheryl Blossom is trying to get down to the bottom of the murder as well but also has to deal with her grief after losing her twin brother. You can check out our 15 Riverdale Quotes That Makes Us Love The Show below.
15 Riverdale Quotes That Makes Us Love The Show
“Betty…if your parents lied about Jason and Polly, there’s probably more they lied about.”
“Color me impressed. A B&E with B&V. What would your Holy Roller mother say about this, Betty?”
“Please…I’ve had my seven minutes of heaven with Archie Andrews.”
“Because Archie’s swell. But, like most millenial straight guys, he needs to be told what he wants. So, tell him, finally.”
“Alright. No cruising guys tonight. We both know what goes in those woods.”
“Every town has one, the spooky house that all the kids avoid. Ours was Thornhill, the Blossom family’s mansion, with it’s very own graveyard. And trapped within its walls, like some Gothic heroine, was Cheryl Blossom, who’s still grieving for her beloved brother Jason. Linked in death even as they were in life.”
“I learned that from the Nancy Drew detective handbook.”
“The deep web, the dark internet. Check it, it’s all online…simple Googling.”
“Wonderful. Ten minutes in and I’m already the Blue Jasmine of Riverdale High.”
“Listen Moose, you’re hot. Yes. My type? Definitely. But you’ve got more demons than The Exorcist. We are all on the spectrum but my gay-o-meter says you should stick with what you know best… girls.”
“It’s the path of least resistance, Kev. A week ago Veronica and I weren’t friends. Next week, we’ll nod to each other as we pass in the hall, but that’s it. You know, in two weeks she won’t even remember my name and in three, she’ll have latched onto some other girl to destroy.”
“You’re so doing this. Slaying your dragons, Betty Cooper, one by one.”