The next thing we see, the gunman flees, and Fred is shot and bleeding out on the ground.
Jughead narrates the final moment and says, "People will look back at this moment in time as when Riverdale’s innocence finally died and darkness won, marked by an act of violence that was anything but random."Whew. Well, with more questions than ever, we went straight to Glamour: Well, the episode started with a cliffhanger—literally! Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa: That was the challenge we had because [when] we ended the murder mystery, we knew we had to take this one to the next level and really justify that choice. Glamour: How soon into season two will we find out who shot Fred Andrews?
Try to convince Archie to convince Fred." So yet again, Veronica is thrust into the cauldron, but it’s a different question. Jughead—via his narration—says: “Here at least in this booth, we were safe.”RAS: Correct, yeah.
If Riverdale was a town that we thought was wholesome and good and decent and people cared about each other, we thought the heart of Riverdale has always been Pop’s.
Betty is also having a hard time coping with the crumbling of her beloved Riverdale and resorts to digging her nails into her hands until they bleed.