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Riverdale Season 4 Episode 16 Revealed the Real Identity of Donna Sweett

Mr. DuPont committed suicide, Bret revealed the location of the sex tapes, also Joan skipped city on Riverdale Season 4 Episode 16.

Below, TV Fanatics Becca Newton, Meaghan Frey, and Jasmine Peterson discuss the answer of the Stonewall Prep puzzle, Mr. DuPont’s challenge to become the next Baxter Brothers author, and the truth about Donna’s identity.

The truth was disclosed about the Stonewall Prep mystery and the Stoney’s attempted to kill Jughead. Can it live up to your expectations?

Becca: I think that the motivations of DuPont and the other Stonies (except that the outside of nowhere revelation about Donna) exceeded my expectations because I anticipated the reveal to be unsatisfactory.

This time around the villains’ motivations reveal worked since it monitors with everything I expect from tales about elite schools with dark secrets and all these characters for the most component.

What amuses me (although I expected disappointment) about the Stonewall mystery is how the most interesting, and seemingly the most vital, elements either happened offscreen or came to light too late in the game.

Additionally, they underutilized Chipping, Moose, Forsythe I, and Donna’s actual identity. Once again I found myself liking the ideas but disliking the execution.

Meaghan: I am with Becca. I was happy about the show.

While much of this storyline has felt called in, this response felt as though they had been building up all year, creating a plausible conclusion and made sense.

Becca and I agree I wish we had seen it play out instead of being told. It seemed like we needed one additional episode to see this play out a little bit more instead of rushing all the.

Jasmine: I concur. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed the reveal.

By the end, it’d feel as though they were building the entire time to this up, but I do wish we saw what we did. Cramming all the replies was disappointing, and they severely underused characters that are key.

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