Riverdale Did What?

Riverdale’s season 2 aired its mid-season finale this past week, and I just have one thing to say to people who still haven’t seen it and are really excited to watch it – Its not worth it.

After hyping up the whole season and getting the viewers to expect a ton of crazy shit happening in every episode, the winter finale really drops a notch and ends up being quite a disappointing end to the year.

Spoilers!
The biggest and the most disappointing spoiler is in fact the identity of the black hood. The black hood turns out to be the school janitor, Mr. Svenson when unmasked by Sheriff Keller after Betty and Archie chase him down a graveyard. This makes no sense and actually kills the whole mystery of the killer.
Further, Betty and Archie kiss! (Really weird and creepy and not acceptable) – but thats actually all okay as Archie and Veronica get back together over Christmas and Veronica admits she also loves him (awwwwwww)

With the episode being really terrible and really boring, the only good thing that comes out of the episode is that Jughead motivates all the young serpents (including Sweet Pea) to go after Penny Peabody and driving her out of the city just to save FP. Jughead is by far the real MVP of this show.

Riverdale returns in January, 2018 and hopefully debunks the really identity of the Black hood because the school janitor is totally unacceptable.

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Arrow Season 5 Finale!

Spoilers of all kinds ahead! 

If you watched Episode No. 22 of Arrow’s season five, you would’ve desperately been waiting for the finale. I have two words for the finale: Worth it.
Arrow’s Season 5 finale starts with Oliver teaming up with Nyssa Al-Ghul, Malcom Merlyn and Slade Wilson (all kinds of ‘yesssssssss’ for that!) and flying over to Lian You to rescue practically everyone he’s ever loved.

Arrow’s little and superb team is up against Adrian Chase (who I LOVED till he turned full psycho), Black Siren, Evelyn, Taliaa Al-Ghul and then there’s the problem of Oliver’s cute little son being held hostage.

All, in all the episode is brilliant beyond words and much, much, much better than the Season 4 finale.

Everyone’s facing off against each other and I couldn’t get enough of Slade and Malcolm! The episode has various tear-worthy moments and for 90% of the episode you’re sitting and going crazy. The kickass finale ends with Oliver’s flashbacks coming back to a full circle as they show the first scene of the first episode of the first season as the last flashback scene.

The episode ends with no one knowing who’s alive other than Oliver and his son.
(If the writers have killed off Rene, Dinah, Slade, or Quentin I’m going to be really, really unhappy)

If you’ve never watched Arrow, this is the correct time to start!