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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.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 California which was then quarantined by the Army, sort of like Riverdale being quarantined.
Jellybean is Jughead's sister from the comics.
In the original comics, Forsythia "Jellybean" Jones is Jughead's baby sister.
Gladys is Jughead's mom in the comics.
Gladys doesn't work on cars in the comics and is often shown trying to get Jughead to do his chores and help around the house.
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