AKA Riverdale does Heathers: the Musical
As rehearsals for this year’s musical get underway, Cheryl, as queen bee Heather Chandler, channels her own HBIC to deal with a personal falling out.
Meanwhile, Betty is getting fed up by Evelyn’s involvement with the musical and the lives of her friends as she uses the musical as a recruitment tool for her cult.
Veronica learns her parents are separating, and Archosie probably have a mutual breakup.
Lastly, Jughead makes a move against his mama.
Alice and Fred are the only regulars to not appear in the episode.
Directed by Maggie Kiley and written by Tessa Leigh Williams (the co-writer of last year's musical but also the sole writer of The Midnight Club).
LOOK AT THEMMMMM pic.twitter.com/p0LAYlpvFu— amber ur least favorite mutual (@asvpkook) March 13, 2019
Ashleigh, Asha, Hayley, and Vanessa react to the trending topic of the stresses of being a black actress who has to do her own styling as most sets don't have someone to properly style them.
The truth is that walking into any hair and makeup trailer as a black actress is terrifying. You automatically know it’s going to be a fight. If you speak up, you’re the “difficult” one. No one ever knows how to do your hair, and it’s like this on almost every set I’ve been on. https://t.co/UaYc5kS5Y2— ASHA (@ashabrom) March 12, 2019
world: what can I get you this morning?— Ashleigh Murray (@iamamurray) March 12, 2019
me: Facts on Facts on Facts on Facts https://t.co/PaXyTfHck2
ITS. ABOUT. TIME. we’ve been saying this for years. YEARS https://t.co/yUQfbaxFuf— Hayleau (@hayleau) March 12, 2019
Waking up at 3am to do my hair for my 5am call time. ITS NOT RIGHT.— Hayleau (@hayleau) March 12, 2019
Also how dare they say they “don’t have budget” to hire someone who can do the actors hair. This makes my blood boil. IM SO HAPPY THIS IS TRENDING— Hayleau (@hayleau) March 12, 2019
Luke Perry was laid to rest in Dixon, Tennessee on Monday, March 11. The funeral was a private ceremony