Episode Synopsis:It’s Jughead’s birthday and Betty is intent on throwing him the perfect party. With Archie’s dad out of town, Betty and Archie plan the perfect inner circle gathering, until Cheryl and company show up. Meanwhile, Veronica needs to decide if she’ll testify as a character witness for her father.
Jughead doesn’t need a party. Isn’t it obvious that he doesn’t want one either?
He just needs me and cake
Okay, let’s just pull Chuck back in.
Oh CW, you definitely bought Chuck back for even more tension and drama.
Don’t you love getting a letter from Papa Lodge saying that he’ll ruin your and your mother’s lives.
I hate how we haven’t even met Hiram and he’s controlling everyone, not to mention his growing involvement with the Blossoms and the Serpents.
Poor Jughead.I would take you to Pops in a heartbeat.
At least you have cake now.
Sure, let’s throw a keg in the yard and one in the kitchen. Comic book Archie is here.
While brining Cheryl and Chuck wasn’t the best idea, I sort’ve like seeing this indecisive Archie. It reminds me a lot of the comic book character (even though his hardest decision was choosing which blazer Veronica would like best).
OH MY GOSH MRS.COOPER WAS A SERPENT AND FROM THE SOUTH SIDE???
As much as Mrs.Cooper gets on my last nerve, I think she’s had the best storyline and background in the show. I just can’t wait for everything to really connect.
I think I’m boarding the Betty-Jughead train?
They obviously both have dark sides, and I see how they work together now. Just no more parties, Betty. Just more Pops and cakes shaped like burgers.
My Star Rating: 4/5 stars. “The Lost Weekend” was a solid episode. Even though I hated the idea behind Cheryl and Chuck’s game, I think it brought back some character development for Archie, Jughead, Betty, and Veronica. Their past storylines aren’t just going to get left behind. I’m really interested to see how Hiram’s potential role in Jason’s murder plays out and what else Mrs.Cooper is hiding.