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With help from Dilton's holographic projector, Betty finds a way to declare her love for Archie without having to actually carve their initials in a tree. Then, the neighborhood paperboy is awfully interested in making deliveries at the Cooper home. Later, Nancy and Betty both wish they had more time for fun, and thanks to a wishbone those wishes may come true! Finally, Betty's Mom is shocked at how much effort Betty is putting into cleaning the house - until she learns Betty invited Archie over!
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"Fashion Detectives": When big-name designers seek someone to help them expose counterfeit merchandise in stores, they turn to a true expert: Veronica! She's recruited both Betty and Nancy to help her, but what they uncover is more than faux fashion! Don't miss the high-fashion fun and intrigue! SCRIPT: George Gladir ART: Jeff Shultz "Scenery": The story that proves one person's (Mr. Lodge's) idea of a private, peaceful beach is another's (Veronica's) idea of an isolated, boring beach! SCRIPT: Mike Pellowski ART: Jeff Shultz "Pets Rule": The beach has gone to the dogs ��� literally ��� as the girls convince the town to reserve a special area of the beach for people's pooches! SCRIPT: George Gladir ART: Jeff Shultz
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"A Battle Royal": This time, it really looks like the damage is irreparable and Betty and Veronica's friendship is over for good. But then again, appearances can be deceiving! Is this really the end? SCRIPT: George Gladir. ART: Jeff Shultz. "On the Trail of the Scent": It's the return of Cricket O'Dell, the girl who can sniff out money... and just in time! Veronica has lost her first-ever $100 bill. With Cricket on the trail, it literally has "scent"-imental value! SCRIPT: Kathleen Webb. ART: Jeff Shultz. "Ads That Add Up": And now, let's pause for a word from Riverdale's teens, as the girls enter a homemade commercial contest! SCRIPT: George Gladir. ART: Jeff Shultz.
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In "Taking The Plunge!" by Mike Pellowski & Stan Goldberg, the gang takes action when they discover the old creek they used to swim in as kids is polluted. Then, Reggie's in more 'hot water' than usual when he challenges Archie to a jet ski race in "The Big Psyche" by George Gladir & Stan Goldberg. And in "Let's All Scream For Ice Cream," by Gladir & Goldberg, Archie finds out being an ice cream man isn't as "cool" as he thought it was when he fills in for the regular guy! Finally, getting your Christmas cards out early is one thing - but July is ridiculous! "It's In The Cards" by Gladir & Goldberg.
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"Write Stuff": George Gladir, one of Archie Comics' greatest writers, is having some trouble coming up with his latest story! Maybe his muse will help him bust the writer's block?
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"It's in the Male" (by Angelo DeCesare & Goldberg): Ronnie videotapes Archie and Reggie for a project on male behavior, but when the camera stops rolling, she's left with a "disaster" movie! "How She Does Go On?" (by Kathleen Webb & Goldberg): Archie tries to tell Veronica that she talks about herself too much, but he can't get a word in edgewise! "A Bird in the Hand"(by George Gladir & Goldberg): Archie wins a Thanksgiving turkey, but when it turns out to be alive, he has second thoughts about gobbling up a bird that's still gobbling!
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The special holiday editions of Archie comic books have always been extremely popular with Archie fans of all ages, and this quintessential collection of favorite Christmas stories from the '50s, '60s and '70s is destined to be a favorite under many a Christmas tree! This giant, full-color 192-page edition sports an iconic cover by artist Harry Lucey, and hilarious and heartwarming stories by such legendary Archie artists and writers as Dan DeCarlo, Stan Goldberg, Al Hartley, Bob Bolling, Bob White, Bill Vigoda, Tom Moore, Frank Doyle and George Gladir.
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"The Wild Twenties": So just what was the relationship between parents and teenagers like in the 1920s? This telling tale is filled with nostalgia for the fads and fashions of yesterday and parental gripes that still seem strangely familiar! SCRIPT: George Gladir. ART: Jeff Shultz. "Royal Flush": Don't miss the majestic mayhem when a duke, a prince, a king, a crowned head, some dogs and a duped darling collide in this royal mash-up! SCRIPT: Kathleen Webb. ART: Jeff Shultz. "Second World": When Betty and Veronica get lost in the "virtual reality" of simulated computer worlds, can Archie bring them back to "actual" reality? SCRIPT: Barbara Slate. ART: Jeff Shultz. "Enough About Me": Veronica's not satisfied with just being self-centered... she wants everyone else to be Veronica-centered, too! SCRIPT: Barbara & Samantha Slate. ART: Jeff Shultz.
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"Body Image" Veronica can't wait for a date with a hunky Adonis... but soon finds out he's nothing but a "dumb bell!" "Color Me Colorful" Dilton enlists Betty in an experiment to determine Archie's reactions to colors, and it's got Veronica seeing red! "Paying Through the Nose" Odor and decorum go out the window when Veronica gets a new, high-priced perfume! "Whatever Suits You" Whether swimming, sunbathing or playing volleyball, the girls have swimsuits for any occasion!
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"La La Land": Rather than listen to another round of Veronica criticizing her wardrobe, Betty allows herself to drift into daydream-land! Then in "The Job," Veronica trades summer jobs with Betty, giving up a high-paying job promoting fashionable surf-wear for a low-paying job as a surf instructor.
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"Dressing Down": School Spirit week is in full swing and today it's "Mismatch Day"! Can Veronica survive a fashion clash or will she once again set the trends? "The Green-Eyed Monster": Veronica realizes she's jealous of Betty... until Betty raises her self-esteem. "Got Game": Mr. Lodge enlists Veronica and Betty to help to conceive a video game about shopping. If they can pull themselves away from the real thing, they just might finish designing the game!
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"Just Say No... Please!" Veronica convinces Betty that the best way to stop being a doormat is to start saying 'no!' "The Party Planner" After unsuccessfully planning a party, Betty learns that there's no plan like no plan!
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"Emergency Measures": Broken nails... mud on her new shoes... smudged mascara... we should all have the emergencies Veronica has! "Something in Common": The eternal connection that binds Archie and his gal pals together is the very thing that could drive them apart! Will the status quo once again prevail? "A Hot Time Tonight": Betty and Veronica to use their imaginations to warm up on a cold winter night... and end up in a heated argument about Archie!
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"A List With A Twist" "Pick Me Up" "Taking The Pledge" "Soul Mates"
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"Wheel Friends" "Remote Possibility" "Unavoidably Detained"
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Holed up in Lodge Mansion during a snowstorm, the lure of an inventory sale is too great for the girls, who end up having Smithers take them to the mall in the Mr. Lodge's snowplow!
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This poignant tale highlights women's rights at the turn of the century, the last turn of the century, that is, as the early 1900s Betty and Veronica fight for the right to vote!
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"Courting Trouble": The verdict is laughter in this imaginary tale that places Veronica against Betty in small claims court. At issue: Archie's affections, of course! "First Impression": Veronica believes she's above the new kids in school... until she learns how "royally" wrong she is! "Self-Descriptive Terms": Betty and Veronica play the "name game" when they start using the boys' names to describe the things they do... as hungry as Jughead, as vain as Reggie, as klutzy as Archie, as smart as Dilton, etc.
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"Prom Primer": Betty and Veronica wrote the book on proms, actually, two very different books! But not even Betty and Veronica can predict this year's prom's surprise ending, you won't believe who's crowned prom queen!
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"Slippin' and Slidin'": Betty and Jughead are sliding into fun... literally, as they slide on the ice. Everyone's amused except for a certain ice princess who prefers her "ice" on shiny golden bands! "Dating Gamers": A slumber party turns into a "best of the worst" date story contest for Riverdale High's gal pals. "Warming Trend": Budget cuts have caused the school to keep the heat down, but Veronica turns it back up again when she refuses to dress in form-obscuring layers.
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