It's been an a quiet few month in Riverdale.
Spring slid into summer,
and some semblance of normal life resumed.
The terrors of the Farm weren't forgotten,
but they had started to fade.
Gryphons and Gargoyles
was already becoming the stuff of suburban legend.
Indeed, the big topic of conversation around town was July 4th.
After some debate,
it was decided that there would be
an Independence Day parade down Main Street,
Riverdale's first in three years.
But there would be no fireworks display over Sweetwater River.
The Blossoms used to sponsor them,
but, without their support, the town couldn't afford them.
Like I said,
things have been pretty quiet lately.
Enough that I'd actually gotten some real writing done.
It's a beautiful story, Jug.
You think it's worth submitting to the contest?
No, I think it's gonna win the contest.
I love you.
I love you, too.
Can we just stay in bed forever?
And if not forever, at least for the day?
But don't we have to finish building a float
for your big 4th of July parade?
It's not my parade, it's the town's.
Pop's is only sponsoring it.
Well... if not the day,
how about another hour?
Good morning, Jay-Jay.
Let's see what the hot gossip in town is today. Shall we?
Then we will do the cross... word.
What the hell!
Over my dead body.
Well, well, well.
Stop the presses.
The Riverdale rag has finally reported a story accurately.
Not only is there going to be some hideous janky parade
sneaking its way through town,
you four are the architects of this outrage.
What's your problem, Cheryl?
My problem, Veronica,
is that the 4th of July is a day of tragedy for Riverdale,
Or have you forgotten what happened
to my poor brother Jason?
Cheryl, Riverdale hasn't held a parade out of respect
for what happened to your brother in...
like, years. I think it's time...
I mean... you don't have to come.
Oh, I'll be there.
Front and center,
with a sign of protest in one hand,
and a horn of compressed air
to silence any revelry in the other.
Anyone hungry for breakfast?
So, camping this weekend, are we still on?
but what are we talking about here? Like...
But remember, this could...
possibly be our last summer to do this,
because next year we'll be getting ready to go to college.
And if anyone is scared of bears, well, don't be,
because Archie's been attacked
like, what, multiple times and still survived.
Hey, I wear my scars proudly.
I, uh, talked to the sheriff up in Cherry Creek, and...
what happened was Fred was...
driving home to Riverdale when he...
He pulled over to help someone's car
that was stalled on the side of the road, and, uh...
came upon them way too fast and...
He was struck by it.
I'm sorry, Mary.
I'm sorry, Archie.
Did the other car stop?
The one that...
So, it was a hit-and-run?
We have to find out who did it, we have to catch them.
you don't even think about that right now.
And I'll work with the sheriff's office up in Cherry Creek
and make sure all this is taken care of,
So, what happens now?
Have you decided on a burial or cremation?
There's a plot, next to his father,
Since we're transporting the body from upstate,
there will be an additional cost of $9,000.
Whatever needs to be done.
However much it costs.
The driver that makes these trips for us,
isn't available until July 5th because of the holiday.
Then we'll have the interment on the 6th, if that's all right?
Hey, do you remember that treehouse your dad helped us build?
You mean, the one he built for us?
I remember you fell out of it, Reg.
And broke my arm.
Your dad drove me to the hospital.
I remember this one time,
this time we were having a picnic,
when we were still in grade school in Pickens Park,
and there was a father-daughter potato-sack race.
Uh, my dad...
I don't know where he was,
but Mr. Andrews said that he would do it with me.
So, he was my dad for the day.
When things started getting bad with my dad and drinking,
my mom would call up Fred... for help.
And he would drive to the bar,
and he would pick up my dad and he'd lay him on the couch.
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