It’s another week without Riverdale, and we don’t know about you, but we’re having withdrawals!
But thankfully, we have a new bit of spoilers and storyline to get us through it.
The big question here: Did Jughead’s dad actually kill Jason Blossom?
“It absolutely does seem like FP was intimately involved with at least one or both of those things,” EP Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa shared with EW, but he fails to say yes or no.
However, it looks like FP (played by Skeet Ulrich) will be sticking around.
“Moving forward, Jughead and his dad’s relationship becomes one of the bedrocks of the season,” he adds. “There are definitely twists and turns to it, but he’s very much in the hot seat from this point moving forward, because people are going to start discovering a lot of things FP has done that he thought were never going to see the light of day.”
Cole Sprouseadded about Jughead’s relationship with FP: “You get to see where a lot of the damage Jughead sort of hides with his comedy, comes from — it comes from his father figure.”
He also said that whoever cast the two as father and son was on point: “He and I are two peas in a pod. It’s insane casting. They really nailed it!”
Cole Sprouse is more than just Jughead Jones on Riverdale, and more than Cody Martin on The Suite Life series.
Did you also know that he was on Grace Under Fire, Big Daddy and Friends?
Speaking with the NYPost recently, Cole opened up about his first jobs in front of the camera when he was super young.
“Yeah, actually,” he says of being recognized from Friends. “[It's] on Netflix, there’s a renewed interest from that. Having responded to a Disney show for such a long time, people can call me ‘Ben’ on the street and I will turn around.”
He adds, “It’s a funny little process. Now people are calling me Jughead — it’s a strange feeling when you start getting called something new.”
“The scale was just tremendous and you felt it when you stepped on set, even as a kid,” he said of the set. “It was challenging because I was a small kid who was working with these sort of megalithic actors at the time.”
“It was quite intimidating. But it was a really wonderful experience. They were all tremendously nice.”