Our gallery has been updated with screen captures from “Chapter Two: A Touch of Evil” (RIVERDALE Season 1, Episode 2), which aired on February 2, 2017.
EPISODE SYNOPSIS: After new information surrounding Jason’s death comes to light, Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) finds herself under a cloud of suspicion and forced to come clean about the last time she saw her brother. Meanwhile, Archie (KJ Apa) makes a tough decision that puts a major strain on his relationship with Miss Grundy (guest star Sarah Habel). Elsewhere, Betty (Lili Reinhart) decides to revive the school newspaper and asks for Jughead’s (Cole Sprouse) help in investigating Jason’s death, while Veronica (Camila Mendes) and Ethel (guest star Shannon Purser) work on exposing some of Riverdale High’s football players after rumors of a “shame book” begin to circulate. Finally, after getting grounded by his dad Fred (Luke Perry), Archie must figure out a way to make it to the Taste of Riverdale event where Josie (Ashleigh Murray) and the Pussycats will be performing a song he helped write.
Entertainment Weekly has released a new interview in which Cole talks about RIVERDALE, explains the nature of Jughead’s humor, and warns people not to smell his beanie.
One of the main contributors to our fanatic appreciation of Riverdale is the acting excellence of Cole Sprouse, who has put a multifaceted spin on the character of Jughead Jones. However, Sprouse admitted to ET that his darkly sarcastic and uber-brooding interpretation of the iconic comic-book persona took a while to pinpoint.
“My biggest challenge was, personally, trying to find a way to bring the comedic Jughead into this, frankly, non-comedic interpretation of Riverdale,” Sprouse shared exclusively over the phone. “Jughead is also a sort of tortured youth. He’s very much the Holden Caulfield of Riverdale and that didn’t leave much room for humor, and yet there was a lot of humor that was written into Jughead’s character still.”
“Creatively, I just decided that Jughead’s humor has been the result of a defense mechanism that keeps him from actually being honest,” the 24-year-old actor explained. “So his ability to tell a joke or a wisecrack is oftentimes coming from a place of fear. An inability to just be honest or confrontational in a less passive aggressive way. I think that makes the humor fit within this interpretation in a way that doesn’t break the tone of the genre.”Read More
Hey guys! Welcome to the newest fan site for actor Cole Sprouse. As you know, Cole spent years working with his twin brother, Dylan, on Disney’s television shows “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody” and “The Suite Life On Deck” – in which he played Cody Martin. He is now playing Jughead Jones on The CW’s newest show, “Riverdale”. This fansite is in no way official, and I do not know Cole. I also have no contact with his management or anyone close to him. I’m just an admirer of his career, I’ll be posting news, photos and videos related to it.
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