Betty: It didn’t work out like they hoped, did it?
Jughead: No. Four weeks into his tour, Fangs’ bus was heading over the Rocky Mountains when one of his tires blew. There were no survivors.
Betty: He was the first one of us to pass away.

Betty: I’m afraid it’s time for me to go.
Archie: Okay. Well, tonight isn’t goodbye anyway. I know we’ll see each other again. Maybe. Maybe we’ll even end up together. You know I’ve always felt that it would be you and me at the end of the road. I mean, it started with us. A boy and girl next door to each other.
Betty: That’s a lovely sentiment, Archie. But that’s not what happens in the future.
Archie: No?
Betty: No.

So, if you happen to see that neon sign some lonely night at the end of that long journey, that journey that every one of us is on. Pull over, come on in, take a seat. Know you’ll always be among friends, and that Riverdale will always be your home.


This story tonight is about saying goodbye to a town that was once lost in time.


Betty: Archie told us what you showed him.
Veronica: We’d like to see what Archie saw. Together.
Betty: Classic B and V style.

Jughead: I assume that you were successful too?
Tabitha: After much trial and error, I realized it would be impossible for me to untangle and pull apart all the various timelines. So instead, I wove them all into a single timeline. This one.

Jughead: Can I at least kiss you goodbye?
Tabitha: Jughead Jones, you read my mind.
[They kiss]

The good. The bad. The bear.


Betty: What do you want?
Ethel: To be happy. To move on with my life. To start over.

Mary: I can’t have you anymore here, Frank. It’s time for you to move out.
Frank: Mary, you called me here to help.
Archie: And now she’s telling you to hit the road.
Frank: And who’s gonna be the man of the house when I’m gone?!
Archie: I am!
Mary: [Laughs] Not that I need one. I am the woman of this house, after all. I’m the one who pays the mortgage around here.

Damn you and your fear-mongering, Jughead Jones.


Dilton Doily: In its inert state, Palladium is basically harmless. But, in its purest state, concentrated and compressed, scientists speculate it could be more volatile than plutonium. And if detonated, more destructive than a hydrogen bomb.
Jughead: This is starting to ring a bell for me.

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Amanda: You don't know how you made it to the surface?
Nolan: No, but the purple skins do.
Amanda: Purple skins?
Nolan: I'll tell you on the way

Conquer! Kill! Devour! Put it on a T-shirt so you don't forget.

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