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  • Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018
    Warning: Spoilers ahead for season three, episode eight of "Riverdale." "Gryphons and Gargoyles" (G&G) is a dangerous game on "Riverdale."  The role-playing game, similar to "Dungeons and Dragons," is behind five deaths so far — RIP Dilton, Ben, Principal Featherhead, Warden Norton, and Joaquin — and it's sure to affect more residents as the third season of the hit CW show progresses. Betty and Jughead are working to uncover the mystery surrounding the game, and during Wednesday's mid-season finale, Betty learned just how exactly the game started.  Here's what we know. The first introduction of the game was mysterious.  During the season three premiere, Jughead tries to ask Ben and Dilton what they are playing at Pop's Diner. Dilton tries to answer, but all he gets out is "Gryphons and..." before Ben tells him to shut up. Later, when Jughead is preparing to go to Archie's trial, Dilton knocks on Jug's door in a panic. "Ben and I thought it was just a game, a stupid role-playing game, but it's not," he says. "It's so much more. He's real." When Jughead asks who, Dilton eventually ... Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018
    Warning: Spoilers ahead for season three, episode eight of "Riverdale."   With the Black Hood behind bars, a new threat has come to "Riverdale," and it's known only as the "Gargoyle King." On the season three premiere of the hit CW series, this mysterious being was named for the first time, but as of now, not many details are available. Here is what we know so far.  The Gargoyle King is introduced. Jughead learns about the Gargoyle King when Dilton, who's playing "Gryphons and Gargoyles," knocks on Jug's door in a panic.  "Ben and I thought it was just a game, a stupid role-playing game, but it's not," he says. "It's so much more. He's real." "Who? Who is?" Jughead asks. Jughead starts to leave but then Dilton yells out, "The Gargoyle King."  Read more: 'Riverdale' star Casey Cott says fans are getting closer to the truth of the Gargoyle King Jughead brushes him aside and tells him to wait at the Jones' house and they'll talk about it later. When he returns home, Dilton is gone. A paper covered in weird symbols and a stick creature ... Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018
    Warning: Spoilers ahead for season three, episode eight of "Riverdale." The Sisters of Quiet Mercy originally appeared during the first season of "Riverdale." Betty and Jughead learn of the "home for troubled youth" after Betty discovers her parents have been making payments to the home because they sent Polly, Betty's sister, there.  Since that first appearance, more details and facts about the group home have been revealed, and more characters have been sent to stay at the Sisters of Quiet Mercy. Alice sends Betty to the home to try and protect her from the Gargoyle King on season three, but the home is not the safest place. Here's what we know about the group home.  The group home has a dark past. On season two, Kevin Keller tells Veronica Lodge and Toni Topaz that the Sisters used to be a distillery during Prohibition. They would smuggle alcohol through underground tunnels. He says the tunnels are now used by kids looking for hookups.  The group home still continues to use corporal, or physical, punishments on the youths. During season two, Betty threatens to expose the ... Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018
    Warning: Spoilers ahead for season three, episode eight of "Riverdale," titled "Outbreak." No one is safe after Wednesday's episode of "Riverdale"  During the mid-season finale of the hit CW series, Archie heads into Canada to hide from Hiram, Riverdale is under quarantine, FP and Jughead can't get back into their hometown, and Hiram is revealed to be in cahoots with the Gargoyle King.  But not everything went horribly for the town's residents. Cheryl and Toni are moving in together, Betty and the other youths escaped from the Sisters of Quiet Mercy after learning about the history of "Gryphons and Gargoyles," and fans finally got to meet Gladys and Jellybean Jones. As always, the CW show included some pop culture and comic references. We worked with Archie Comics to find seven details you may have missed.SEE ALSO: Everything we know about the mysterious group home the Sisters of Quiet Mercy on 'Riverdale' FOLLOW US: INSIDER entertainment is on Facebook The episode title "Outbreak" comes from the 1995 movie of the same name. "Outbreak" was about an outbreak of a fictional virus that affected a small town in ... Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018
    President Donald Trump finds himself facing mounting legal and political trouble in the face of his former lawyer's admission that he committed campaign finance violations that may have impacted the 2016 election at Trump's direction. Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison for his crimes, and the nature of the offenses is putting more pressure on Democratic lawmakers, who will control the House in January, to explore impeachment. The timing of Cohen's actions and Trump's alleged involvement, said one Department of Justice veteran, "show a pattern of purposeful concealment with the sole intent of hiding the truth from the electorate a month before the election." Another legal scholar said that while he doesn't believe these crimes themselves warrant impeachment proceedings, "six months from now if there have been nine more indictments, three more bombshell revelations, and a Mueller report, that could look very different." Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former longtime lawyer, was sentenced to three years in prison in the Southern District of New York on Wednesday, after pleading guilty to tax evasion, bank fraud, and campaign-finance violations ... Continue Reading »
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