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Chapter Twenty-Seven: The Hills Have Eyes 

Determined to uncover Hiram's plans, Jughead presses Veronica about what she may know; Cheryl makes a surprising connection with an unlikely friend.

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David Katzenberg

Writers:

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (developed by), Ross Maxwell | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
K.J. Apa ... Archie Andrews (as KJ Apa)
Lili Reinhart ... Betty Cooper
Camila Mendes ... Veronica Lodge
Cole Sprouse ... Jughead Jones
Madelaine Petsch ... Cheryl Blossom
Ashleigh Murray ... Josie McCoy
Mark Consuelos ... Hiram Lodge
Casey Cott ... Kevin Keller
Skeet Ulrich ... FP Jones
Luke Perry ... Fred Andrews (credit only)
Nathalie Boltt ... Penelope Blossom
Martin Cummins ... Sheriff Tom Keller
Hart Denton ... Chic
Robin Givens ... Sierra McCoy
Vanessa Morgan ... Toni Topaz
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Determined to uncover Hiram's plans, Jughead presses Veronica about what she may know; Cheryl makes a surprising connection with an unlikely friend.

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Language:

English

Release Date:

7 March 2018 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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The movie in the theater is called Love, Simon. It came out in real theaters 10 days after this episode aired. The use of the film in the episode was explicit cross promotion by Executive Producer Greg Berlanti, who is also the Director of Love, Simon. See more »

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Wow... Talk about shameless self-promotion...
8 March 2018 | by bustedbrain16See all my reviews

Otherwise, this would've been about an 8.5...ehh 9 for the series. With a really good getaway for the Archie/Veronica and Betty/Jughead couples; with a really good chance to explore those relationships... However; exec producer Greg Berlanti has his directed film "Love, Simon" (about a homosexual boy coming out of the closet) overly saturating the side story... with who (either already in or out) is going with who to see the (actual) "it" movie... and considering the episode aired March 7th, with commercials advertising "advance screenings" on March 10th, when the actual release date of the film is March 15th.... if there were a "middle finger" trophy; you'd win for this one, Mr. Berlanti.


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