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16th Jun '16 3:46:17 AM Doug86
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** "Something is Haunting Riverdale High" focuses on Dilton building a device that ends up phasing himself, Archie, Midge, and Big Ethel into another plane of existence, basically turning them intangible and invisible. The episode reveals more about Midge and Ethel beyond Midge simply being Moose's girlfriend and Ethel chasing Jughead, respectively. Dilton also sadly notes that the only time anyone talks to him is when they need help with science.[[note]]Which is also true given the episode format.[[/note]] He was missing for an entire day and no one noticed before Archie became intangible. After they get turned back to normal, Archie [[HeartwarmingMoments decides to spend the rest of the day with them]].

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** "Something is Haunting Riverdale High" focuses on Dilton building a device that ends up phasing himself, Archie, Midge, and Big Ethel into another plane of existence, basically turning them intangible and invisible. The episode reveals more about Midge and Ethel beyond Midge simply being Moose's girlfriend and Ethel chasing Jughead, respectively. Dilton also sadly notes that the only time anyone talks to him is when they need help with science.[[note]]Which is also true given the episode format.[[/note]] He was missing for an entire day and no one noticed before Archie became intangible. After they get turned back to normal, Archie [[HeartwarmingMoments [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments decides to spend the rest of the day with them]].
2nd May '16 9:13:51 PM HeroGal2347
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** In another in-universe example, Veronica using the school's gossip column to report on Supreme Girl gives Dr. Arachnid an advantage for most of the episode.

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** In another in-universe example, Veronica using the school's gossip column to report on Supreme Girl [[EndangeringNewsBroadcast gives Dr. Arachnid an advantage for most of the episode.episode]].
8th Apr '16 9:31:51 PM supercomputer276
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* BazaarOfTheBizarre: Dr. Bomont's Emporium of Curios, Novelties, Antiquities, and Hard Lessons. First appears in "Driven to Distraction" and pops up every now and again to spur or provide clues on the latest mystery.



* DarkIsNotEvil: Dr. Bomont has a fairly sinister appearance and runs a novelty stop that's a weird mystery all on its own, but is a genuinely nice guy that tries and help Archie, as well as keep a lid on some dangerous forces like the genie in "Compu-Terror."



* SecretTestOfCharacter: In "Driving to Distraction", one is given to Archie, due to basically ignoring his friends in favor of his car, so the fuzzy dice he buys make the car go Yandere. Lampshaded by the person who gave him the fuzzy dice, who complains that they "always want to do it the hard way".

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* SecretTestOfCharacter: In "Driving "Driven to Distraction", one is given to Archie, due to basically ignoring his friends in favor of his car, so the fuzzy dice he buys make the car go Yandere. {{Yandere}}. Lampshaded by the person who gave proprietor of the shop that sells him the fuzzy dice, who complains that gives him every chance to remember he's paying for them with the money he needs for his date with Veronica.
-->'''Dr. Bomont:''' I always hate it when
they "always want to do it go for the hard way".lessons.
23rd Mar '16 10:33:04 PM Chris
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* EyesAlwaysShut: Averted with this show's version of Jughead, whose eyes are consistently open, as opposed to the comics where they were usually closed.
13th Mar '16 9:35:50 AM SparkyYoungUpstart
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* WrongGenreSavvy: Betty's convinces that Gleebo, the cute little alien of "Extra Terror-estrials", is like ''Film/ETTheExtraterrestrial'', in that he wants to go home and needs to build a transmitter. [[spoiler: However, she's hit with the hard truth- Gleebo is a rude, quick tempered thief, the machine he was building wasn't a communicator but a device to hack into security systems and the two ugly alien menaces chasing him were in fact police trying to apprehend him.]] Guess she saw that movie too many times.

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* WrongGenreSavvy: Betty's convinces Betty is convinced that Gleebo, the cute little alien of "Extra Terror-estrials", is like ''Film/ETTheExtraterrestrial'', in that he wants to go home and needs to build a transmitter. [[spoiler: However, she's hit with the hard truth- Gleebo is a rude, quick tempered thief, the machine he was building wasn't a communicator but a device to hack into security systems and the two ugly alien menaces chasing him were in fact police trying to apprehend him.]] Guess she saw that movie too many times.
23rd Jan '16 7:13:56 AM PF
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* AndIMustScream: "Mega-Mall of Horrors" is about teenagers who are lured into a cursed mall and turned into store window dummies if they had no more cash on hand. When Archie is freed, he mentions that he could see and hear everything but just couldn't move at all.

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* AndIMustScream: "Mega-Mall of Horrors" is about teenagers who are lured into a cursed mall and turned into store window dummies if they had have no more cash on hand. When Archie is freed, he mentions that he could see and hear everything but just couldn't move at all.
23rd Jan '16 7:13:09 AM PF
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* AndIMustScream: "Mega-Mall Shop of Horrors" is about teenagers who are lured into a cursed mall and turned into store window dummies if they had no more cash on hand. When Archie is freed, he mentions that he could see and hear everything but just couldn't move at all.

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* AndIMustScream: "Mega-Mall Shop of Horrors" is about teenagers who are lured into a cursed mall and turned into store window dummies if they had no more cash on hand. When Archie is freed, he mentions that he could see and hear everything but just couldn't move at all.
23rd Jan '16 7:12:15 AM PF
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* AndIMustScream: ''Mega Mall Shop of Horrors'' was about teenagers were being lured into a cursed mall, being turned into store window dummies if they had no more cash on hand. When Archie was freed, he mentioned that he could see and hear everything but just couldn't move at all.

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* AndIMustScream: ''Mega Mall "Mega-Mall Shop of Horrors'' was Horrors" is about teenagers were being who are lured into a cursed mall, being mall and turned into store window dummies if they had no more cash on hand. When Archie was is freed, he mentioned mentions that he could see and hear everything but just couldn't move at all.



* CrossOver: The comic book series did an issue guest-starring the original [[{{Comicbook/NewCrusaders}} Mighty Crusaders,]] visiting from a parallel universe.

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* CrossOver: The comic book series did an issue guest-starring the original [[{{Comicbook/NewCrusaders}} Mighty Crusaders,]] Crusaders]], visiting from a parallel universe.



* DeathByMaterialism: [[spoiler:The villain of "Mega-Mall of Horrors!" was a man who made a DealWithTheDevil to slate his material desires. The ending, where he and his mall are pulled underground for losing all his victims, implies the devil came to collect him instead.]]

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* DeathByMaterialism: [[spoiler:The villain of "Mega-Mall of Horrors!" Horrors" was a man who made a DealWithTheDevil to slate his material desires. The ending, where he and his mall are pulled underground for losing all his victims, implies the devil came to collect him instead.]]



* DraggedOffToHell: [[spoiler:Strongly implied to happen to Mr. Aborichi at the end of "Mega-Mall of Horrors"]]

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* DraggedOffToHell: [[spoiler:Strongly implied to happen to Mr. Aborichi at the end of "Mega-Mall of Horrors"]]Horrors".]]



* UnreliableNarrator: In "A Haunting in Riverdale", the former head librarian is haunting the town. Jughead remembers going to said library, where she bullied him and scared him away from the library, yelling at him for playing with the globe, telling him a book that interested him wasn't for little boys, and finally yelling at him to be quiet because he was laughing. [[spoiler:However, when the ghost is asked what happened, she presents a different version. She ''did'' come up and tell him to stop playing with the globe because it almost fell down on him. She ''did'' take away a book he wanted to read because it was falling apart and needed to be repaired. And she finally did admit to telling him to be quiet because he was making ''too much'' noise.]]

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* UnreliableNarrator: In "A Haunting in Riverdale", the former head librarian is haunting the town. Jughead remembers going to said library, where she librarian as the one who bullied him and scared him away from the library, yelling when she yelled at him for playing with the globe, telling told him a book that interested him wasn't for little boys, and finally yelling yelled at him to be quiet because he was laughing. [[spoiler:However, when the ghost is asked what happened, she presents a different version. She ''did'' come up and tell him to stop playing with the globe because it almost fell down on him. She ''did'' take away a book he wanted to read because it was falling apart and needed to be repaired. And she finally did admit to telling him to be quiet because he was making ''too much'' noise.]]
23rd Jan '16 4:38:41 AM tropower
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* AdBumpers: These were done in character.
-->"Now back to Archiekins' Weird Mysteries"
27th Dec '15 5:28:22 AM PF
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* [[TheLittleShopThatWasntThereYesterday The Huge Mall That Wasn't There Yesterday]]: "Mega Mall Of Horrors"
* LimitedWardrobe: Veronica mostly only wore the same outits, in contrast to in the comics where most characters (especially Ronnie, Betty, and Reggie]] have an UnlimitedWardrobe. It's justified due to the constraints of animation compared to comics.

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* [[TheLittleShopThatWasntThereYesterday The Huge Mall That Wasn't There Yesterday]]: "Mega Mall Of Horrors"
* LimitedWardrobe: Veronica mostly only wore the same outits, in contrast to in the comics where most characters (especially Ronnie, Betty, and Reggie]] have an UnlimitedWardrobe. It's justified due to the constraints
of animation compared to comics.Horrors".


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* LimitedWardrobe: Veronica mostly only wore the same outits, in contrast to in the comics where most characters (especially Ronnie, Betty, and Reggie) have an UnlimitedWardrobe. It's justified due to the constraints of animation compared to comics.
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