Total Pageviews. Monday, January 27, Apparently, a 'Patch Hop' is a dance where the girl chases down a boy and uses a needle and thread to sew a patch on to him usually on the butt to claim him as her date to the dance. Archie is not amused by it. For those keeping score, Jughead actually gets snagged pretty early by Gabby for the dance!
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The relationship between Archie Andrews and Veronica Lodge , commonly referred to as "Varchie" among fans, began as a friendship, yet they were very attracted to one another. The two have since shared numerous flirtatious looks and multiple kisses. At the end of season one finale , they consummated their relationship after the Jubilee. However, that was not long lasting as Archie was forced to end their relationship once more in Chapter Forty-One: Manhunter , in an attempt to save not only himself but all of his loved ones from Hiram Lodge. Archie was intrigued by this new arrival at Riverdale and asked her to join him and Betty. Veronica had to decline the offer because she was picking up an order for her mother back at home. The next day, after getting to know Kevin, Betty, and Archie, Veronica learned that Betty had a crush on Archie but that she had not told Archie yet.
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No recent wiki edits to this page. Veronica Lodge first appeared as a wealthy debutante from another part of the country than Riverdale, sometimes Boston and sometimes New York, an exotic stranger whom Archie asks out in a letter as an act of daring and who surprises him by travelling all the way to Riverdale to accept his date. Her surname comes from one of the most prominent of the real life Boston Brahmin aristocratic families. Initially, Veronica was clearly a secondary character who functioned most often as nothing more than a plot device -- an object of desire for Archie and an object of envy for Betty, who was depicted as an energetic schemer at the time. Many of her earliest appearances with Archie focused entirely on his worshipful desire for her and his impotent jealousy of all other young men that might attract her attention; often, she had no dialogue at all but simply appeared there, evoked Archie's desire for her followed by jealousy over another male that came near her, and then allowed herself to be played as a pawn by whichever male came out on top.