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However, maybe they didn't just play the game, maybe they invented it? No Riverdale mystery can be solved until a main character's father is discovered to be the perpetrator, right? Moose could snap out of it, realize he really loves Kevin and admits to his father he's gay. I would've never guessed that Varchie and Bughead would still be together after all this time. I think it could last because, despite the little screen time Kevin and Moose get, there does seem to be intent to tell a story about them and their relationship.The Gargoyle King could be someone connected to their high school days. Or, Kevin could continuously do things to show Moose how much he cares for him, and Moose could keep pulling away until they break up. I feel awful for Kevin; I think that character deserves more. If there is follow through on this storyline, I expect them to stay together. As much as I want a romantic win for Kevin, I want him to be in a relationship with someone who actually wants to be in a relationship and doesn't require Kevin to hide or compromise himself.I think a factor in why the reveals of Jason Blossom's murderer and the Black Hood underwhelmed me was because I kept expecting there to be tie-ins to the other plots and wound up disappointed when there wasn't.I'm also hoping that because they are showing connections between the two plots early on, it's an indication the mystery is more planned out this time around.
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Betty literally said to Jughead, "Maybe because we both had seizures, The Farm and the Gargoyle King are somehow connected!
" I feel like Riverdale Season 2 was so sporadic and messy, they want to make sure everything connects somehow this time. Especially since Evelyn claimed to be at Betty's house when she suffered her seizure, which was in front of The Farm and was there when Ethel suffered hers, who's a part of the Gargoyle game.
I agree with Kat that it seems Joaquin was written this way because they wanted him back and to create conflict.
It seems like yet another example of the Riverdale writers wanting so badly to get from point A to point C; they wind up not caring about how they get from point A to point B or the characterization they destroy in order to satisfy plot goals.