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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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In "A Decided Lack" (by Kathleen Webb and Jeff Shultz), despite all their preparation, Betty and Veronica note a definite lack of Christmas spirit. Will the magic of the season prevail? Then, in "Stressmas Time" (by Barbara Slate and Jeff Shultz), Betty and Veronica decide they'll relieve Archie's holiday stress by sharing time with him. And lastly, in "Elf for a Day" (by Barbara Slate and Jeff Shultz), Betty has exhausted ideas for what to get Veronica (after all, she has everything), so she offers to be her "elf for the day," at her beck and call!
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"Leading Her into Temptation": Veronica introduces Betty to the new hunk in town so she can have Archie to herself... or can she? "Are We Communicating": Archie and Adam feel like odd men out when their dates, Betty and Veronica, keep text messaging one another and ignoring them! "What's Your Story": Kathleen Webb takes us inside the tortured mind of a writer with writer's block... one who must resort to letting her stars write the story!
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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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"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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It's Y2-Chaos as Betty and Veronica look back to the turn of the last century - and ahead to the next! From puffed sleeves to laser beams, it's history as you've never seen it before! "Down By Davy Jones' Locker" by Kathleen Webb & Stan Goldberg: There's a new hunk in school for Betty and Veronica to fight over, and you guessed it - his name really is Davy Jones! Can they unlock the key to his heart? "Deja Vu Who?" by Mike Pellowski & Dan DeCarlo: Veronica must endure a day with her "spoiled brat" cousin Ashley, who's arrogant, snobbish, materialistic and vain. Gee, Veronica... sound like anyone you know?!
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"The Big Prize": A Halloween costume contest judged by renowned luminaries from the fashion and entertainment worlds leads Veronica to more costume changes than a diva in concert! "Career Daze": Veronica gets a lesson in judging books by their covers when she realizes that the professional scientists and law enforcement agents at career day are as attractive as the super model! "Code in the Head": Betty has dropped what appears to be a mysterious code, and it's got Veronica's brain doing crazy, cryptic back flips!
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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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"Luck Before You Leap": Life is a day at the beach, literally, when Betty finds a beautiful seashell and she and Veronica have one "lucky" break after another! "Successful Dressing": Veronica learns that dressing "glam" won't get her anywhere when all Archie wants is to toss the football around... enter sporty Betty! "Frank Talk": A barbecue with both Betty and Veronica turns out to be anything but a picnic for Archie!
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"White Out Conditions": A summer outing with Veronica gets boring fast when she refuses to do anything that would soil her white outfit! "The List": Veronica has made the guest list to the most exclusive, invitation-only party in town... or so she thinks, until she learns all her friends have been invited, too! "Who's the Coolest": Summer fun gets simplified when Veronica's pool filter breaks... but luckily the garden hose still works!
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"The King & Us": A trip to the museum inspires Veronica and Betty to imagine what it would be like to rule ancient Egypt! "What's in Store?": For a change of pace, Mr. Lodge suggests that Veronica do the grocery shopping instead of the servants...and he sends Betty along to make sure she does it right! "What's in a Name?": Veronica swoons over the new hunk in school. .. until she learns his last name! "Unexpected Results": As they await the results of their career day tests, Veronica insists Betty and Midge won't qualify for the glamor jobs. Wait until she sees her own results!
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"Gift Exchange": An argument over who will buy Archie an expensive MP3 player leaves Christmas fairy Sugar Plum teaching Betty and Veronica lessons about forgiveness and giving from the heart, not the wallet! "Party Dogs": You know Dancer, Prancer, Comet and Vixen... and now you'll get to know Hot Dog and all his canine friends as Veronica throws a holiday party for the dogs! "Trip Slip Up!": A slip on the ice keeps Betty off the slopes, but lounging in the ski lodge with her cast and crutches sure attracts all the sympathetic, and cute, guys!
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"Working Hand in Glove": A famous designer asks Veronica to give him a hand... as a hand model modeling his high-fashion gloves! "Instrumental to the Story": Veronica would rather listen to classic rock than classical music... but the hunky new Riverdale High tenor may have her singing a different tune! "Offering Lip Service": Archie refuses a kiss from Veronica because of his chapped lips, but Betty offers to share the last of her lip balm with Archie. Problem is, it happens to be on her lips, and when Veronica finds out they're smooching, guess who might get a fat lip?! "Don't Miss This": Could it be true - an all-new love triangle between Midge, Moose, and... Betty?! You'll have to read this story to find out!
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"Really Gifted": In this touching tale, the girls learn about a catalog where they can purchase clean water, food and other needs for those living in impoverished countries. "Caved In": Veronica is mortified when Betty takes her cave exploring - until she sees the hunky tour guide! Surprises and dangers await in this thrilling tale! "Childish Pursuits": The boys give Betty and Veronica a hard time over their fondness for the hot new anime series, "Fairy Princess Bluebell."
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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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'The Shoppers': Veronica thinks she's gotten around the hectic shopping season by staying at home and shopping online, until she remembers a gift she forgot... on Christmas Eve, of course! 'Are You Sure?': Here it is, the story that proves once and for all that Archie is the man of Betty and Veronica's dreams - literally! 'Santa Shortage': A Christmas party for needy kids without a Santa Claus? Better find a replacement... or two... or three... quick!
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"Had Enough?" Forget the infinite secret crisis wars in other publishers' comics - in this story, the whole Archieverse is turned on its head as Betty, Veronica and Archie all date other people! "Puppy Love": Veronica jumps on the latest bandwagon - Hollywood starlets who carry puppies as "accessories!" Wait until she learns responsibility comes with owning a pet! "No News Isn't Good News": Betty and Veronica think modern technology like text messaging is a wonderful thing - if only Veronica would remember to clean out her inbox!
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"Soooo Superficial": Betty chastises Veronica for deciding to take snappy dresser Reggie to the country club dance instead of Archie...and it's one chastisement she may soon regret! "A Tale of Two Diaries": Is the world ready for "Betty's Diary: the Movie"?! Maybe...but is Betty ready for Archie to be played by Hollywood heartthrob Bo Hunk?
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"A Tale of Two Lockers" When Veronica's locker is stuffed fuller than a Thanksgiving turkey, she takes a page out of daddy's book and co-ops extra space! "What're Friends For?" When Betty can't afford to go to the dance, Veronica offers to pay for her clothes, hair and accessories... on the condition that Betty doesn't go with Archie! "Who Was That?" Betty and Veronica are seriously sure they've spotted the hot Hollywood hunk of their dreams... and also hoping the girl they've spotted him with is "nothing serious"!
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"Keeping Up Traditions": Will Veronica blow off an annual holiday tradition with Betty to date an Italian exchange student instead? "Treed": 'Tis the season for a visit from Sugar Plum the fairy... and this time she's been recruited to help Veronica decorate her giant Christmas tree from Norway! "Riverdale's Information Superhighway": A typical afternoon at Pop's leads Betty to a conclusion faithful readers of Archie Comics have known for years: each character in the Archiverse is a specialist in some area... even if it's something as wacky as Archie's clumsiness!
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