Riverdale blunder: Fans uncover glaring Veronica error during season one pep rally

The CW series also airs internationally on Netflix, making it one of the most popular teen dramas currently broadcasting worldwide. Unfortunately, Riverdale fans have their fair share of criticisms, and some have gone online to express some of their biggest complaints.

Drawing inspiration from everything from The Secret History to Twin Peaks, season four of Riverdale has been the most talked about instalment of the series yet.

Finally revealing the huge conspiracy behind the supposed murder of Jughead Jones (played by Cole Sprouse), season four still has some tricks up its sleeve.

The next episode is set to be another in the show’s run of musical episodes, with Cheryl Blossom (Madelaine Petsch) adapting Hedgwig and the Angry Inch for Riverdale High.

After that, fans will have to wait a lot longer for the conclusion of season four, as filming was delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.


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The sinister appearance of video tapes on the doorsteps of Riverdale’s residents has yet to be explained, leading many fans to complain yet again about the show’s infamously convoluted plots.

Widely considered one of the most ludicrous series on television, season four has been no different and many fans have levelled a number of criticisms about the latest episodes’ unpredictable twists and reveals.

Meanwhile, other fans have been looking back at older episodes and unearthing some bizarre production mistakes. 

Back in the simpler days of season one, Riverdale was famous for the school’s cheerleading pep rallies, in which Cheryl, Veronica (Camila Mendes) and Betty (Lili Reinhart) played a major part.

During the second episode, A Touch of Evil, the Riverdale High cheerleaders perform a pep rally in the rain set to a spirited soundtrack provided by Josie and the Pussycats.

Unfortunately, one fan noticed a peculiar mistake that post-production of the episode failed to pick up on when the footage made it into the editing room.

They said: “During the pep rally it is raining hard and everyone on the football field is soaking wet.”

Mayor of Riverdale Sierra McCoy (Robin Givens) even carries a heavy duty umbrella to illustrate the downpour during the display of school spirit.

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However, the fan continued: “But when Cheryl runs from the field into the locker room followed by Veronica and Betty, they are all completely dry and their hair is perfectly styled.”

Despite running around in the soaking wet, both of the girls’ hair is completely bone dry when Veronica follows Cheryl to comfort her over the death of her brother.

Renowned for featuring one of the most attractive stars on television, it appears the series’ producers couldn’t bear to feature a single scene with the cast looking slightly bedraggled.

This wasn’t the only hair malfunction fans spotted, as another posted: “When Ms. Grundy and Archie are watching a movie, her hair switches between shots from behind her ear to in front.”


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Although Ms Grundy’s (Sarah Habel) hair issues were the least problematic thing about her relationship with Archie (KJ Apa), it was certainly a distracting moment in episode four.

Other fans have also noticed something funny going on with the rain during episode two’s pep rally, as another viewer pointed out: “Mayor McCoy is holding a soaked umbrella while around her no-one is wet, and we see all the cheerleaders completely dry at that moment.”

It may be one of the glitziest shows currently on TV, but even Riverdale lets some unforgivable production errors fall through the cracks.

Riverdale season 4 continues on Thursday, April 16, on Netflix.

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