'Riverdale' Season 4 Episode 8: Fans amused that Veronica thought Hiram would not play a role in her getting into Harvard
Fans support Veronica Luna — saying figuring out Riverdale requires a lot of wit and intelligence and she could have gotten into Harvard herself — although, now she may never know
With Season 3 leaving fans muddled with way too many unanswered questions, including if Jughead faked his death, and Season 4 foreshadowing too many daunting narratives, Riverdale has fans on the edge of their seats as the characters unravel secrets.
The preview of Episode 4 showed 'Suits' star Gina Torres making an appearance as Mrs. Burble, the guidance counselor for Riverdale High.
With "voyeuristic" videotapes along with its implications and an absorbed twin to talk about, Episode 8 'In Treatment' was awaited by fans because, well almost if not, every character in the show really needs therapy.
In the midst of serial killers, Archie's emotional breakdown, Cheryl's realization that she has been gas lit, Alice Cooper's admission that she loves Betty the "most" among all her children and much more, fans found it funny that Veronica really thought she got into Harvard on her own?
One fan stated, "Bruh, Veronica ben out here running a bar, finding murders, and making out with Archie every episode instead of studying and she thought she could get into Harvard on her own?!!"
After getting a personalized call from the Dean of admissions at Harvard, it took no more than 10 seconds for her to find out that her father had definitely played a part in this with the Dean saying, "Thank your dad for the rum he sent."
Some fans found the fact that she thought she was getting in on her own after spending most of her time finding murderers, running a secret speakeasy and kissing Archie, instead of actually studying.
This tweet pretty much picked up that sentiment, "Veronica, if you're not going to move tf out of the penthouse to get away from your weak-ass villain of a father, stop complaining about everything he does."
Others empathized with her as she expressed that her dreams were ruined because she didn't "achieve Harvard".
While this starts an epic conversation with Mrs. Burble stating that Veronica might have an obsession with Hiram, fans reiterate the fact that therapy may have been a good idea but delusions seem to be running wild in the town of Riverdale.
It's all good though, fans support Veronica Lodge — sorry, now Veronica Luna — saying that figuring out Riverdale requires a lot of wits and intelligence and she could have gotten into Harvard herself — although, now she may never know.
Riverdale' Season 4 airs on Wednesdays at 8 pm on The CW.