If you’re a fan of Riverdale, you’re familiar with Bughead, the couple name for Betty and Jughead, two of the show’s main characters. Surprisingly, Betty Cooper and Jughead Jones have formed the defining romance for the entire show which is strange, given that the story ostensibly centered on Archie Andrews (as it is based on the classic Archie comics, with a darker, stylized edge).
This, unfortunately, is far from the only thing that is bewildering or illogical about the relationship. Riverdale is not exactly known for its realistic depiction of American teenagers but for displaying a scandalous fantasyland where teenagers find the time to solve crimes, commit crimes, protest against other crimes, and have all kinds of relationship drama in the space of one episode. Bughead is no exception to this; in fact, the couple name being “Bughead” might just be the only thing about that does.
From its humble beginnings, Betty pushed aside her feelings for the main protagonist Archie Andrew to be in a relationship with his best friend, Jughead Jones. Bughead has frequently been a difficult and puzzling relationship, but always a popular one.
Fans love seeing the pair deal with unlikely situation, and the Serpent King and Queen have certainly had their share of those. But just because they’re popular doesn’t mean they make sense all the time, and this list counts down all those incidents where they veered far, far away from the confines of common sense.
Here are 20 Things That Make No Sense About Bughead.
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