Last night's Riverdale answered all of those burning fan questions.
All of the best Riverdale qualities were present. There were snarky one-liners as always from Cheryl, a fistfight from Archie, a sweet Bughead moment fans were waiting practically all season for, and a group hug between the core four.
After this roller coaster ride of a season, it came as no surprise that the ending of season three would be a major cliffhanger.
The final moments of Riverdale's third season include a disturbing flash forward to the core four's senior year spring break — and one vital member of the group is missing.
Jughead is nowhere to be found in the cliffhanger flash forward at the end of season three. After solving all of the mysteries of the Gargoyle King and most of the mysteries at the Farm, the gang make a pact to have a drama-free senior year (lol, yeah right).
Flash forward to their following spring break, and the three friends are half-naked, covered in blood, and tossing Jughead's notorious beanie into a bonfire. Betty ominously says, "After tonight we never speak of this ever; not to each other, not to our parents, no one. We finish our senior year, we graduate, and we go our separate ways. That is the only way we won't get caught."