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Overall, the vibe of this episode was perfectly suited for the occasion. After all, Riverdale is made for Halloween. But the Archie and Reggie/Kevin stuff, I could've done without.
"Chapter Sixty-One: Halloween" makes a lark out of that status quo, painting the normally chilling a shade or two hokier.
I'm so tired of the Black Hood. Bloated, maggot-incubating Jason is a far more welcome presence to me at this point.
Riverdale's "Halloween" taps into all kinds of fears and mixes tones and styles brilliantly. But its most unsettling story is the one that's left just hanging there.
Hopefully, this twist, in particular, is nothing more than a red herring because I don't think I could handle another personal tragedy for the Cooper-Jones family.
Cheryl should thank her lucky stars that Toni stuck by her side.
There's nothing quite like when Riverdale fully confronts its own inherent ridiculousness.