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Goodbye, Riverdale!
Episode 49527th August 2023 • The Superhero Show Show •
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The Superhero Show Show #495

Goodbye, Riverdale

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The Taste Buds are saying goodbye to Riverdale, and counting down the ten craziest moments, on an all-new episode of The Superhero Show Show!


On an all-new, all-different episode of The Superhero Show Show, Ryan takes over the show and forces the Taste Buds to talk about his favorite quad relationship, and it ain't the Taste Buds. It's time to say goodbye to Archie, Jughead, Betty, Veronica, Meechee, Dr. Chase Meridian, and the rest. On the SERIES FINALE of THE MOST IMPORTANT SHOW IN SUPERHERO SHOW SHOW HISTORY, Angel (or something) Jughead is leading Old Lady Betty back to 1950's Riverdale for one last day. And it's a big one: senior yearbooks are here. Be there as we get answers to Betty's favorite question for each character: "So how did this dummy die."

Does the Riverdale finale do the entire show justice? Is it just fan service? And if so, is it the right kind of fan service that fans want for a season finale? Who had the best death, and who had the worst? Tune in to find out all of that, and so much more.


Then the Taste Buds celebrate all 137 hours of Riverdale greatness by creating a list of the top ten craziest Riverdale moments live on the air. As a group, they will determine what Riverdale craziness means to them, and count down from ten to one.

Finally, the Friends discuss all of the other shows from this week, including Harley Quinn, My Adventures With Superman, and Heartbreaker! It's almost too much show!




Harley and Ivy use the time sphere and visit the future and learn of a pending apocalypse.

Listen to the Taste Buds discuss the Harley Quinn Valentine's Day Special


On their last day in Paris, Nick introduces Charlie to his dad. Elle and Tao make it official. The truth comes out at a party that's full of surprises.

Listen to the Taste Buds discuss the first season of Heartstopper here!


Elle keeps big news from Tao, Ben pressures Charlie to forgive him, and Isaac opens up to James. Nick invites Charlie to a tense family dinner.

Listen to the Taste Buds discuss episode Heartstopper 201 here!


Lois meets her journalism idol, Vicki Vale only for Vicki to make Lois question her loyalty to Superman. Meanwhile, Superman hunts down Task Force X while dealing with a new power.

Listen to the Taste Buds discuss the season premiere of My Adventures With Superman


NOW LEAVING RIVERDALE - Back in present day and longing for her former life in Riverdale, 86-year-old Betty (Lili Reinhart) turns to a special friend to help her relive her last day of senior year with her friends as they were, their memories restored. KJ Apa, Camila Mendes, Cole Sprouse, Madelaine Petsch, Madchen Amick, Casey Cott, Charles Melton, Vanessa Morgan and Drew Ray Tanner also star. The episode was written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (#720).

Listen to the Taste Buds discuss more Riverdale here


"Superhero Show Show" is a podcast that focuses on discussing and analyzing various superhero television shows. Each episode of the podcast centers around a specific superhero TV series, where the hosts review and break down the latest episodes, story arcs, character development, and any significant plot twists. The hosts also engage in lively discussions about the overall themes and messages conveyed in the show, as well as speculate on future developments.

The podcast features a panel of passionate and knowledgeable hosts who are fans of the superhero genre and possess a deep understanding of the comic book source material. They share their insights, theories, and personal opinions, making the podcast both entertaining and informative for fellow superhero enthusiasts.

In addition to reviewing individual episodes, "Superhero Show Show" may also provide updates on upcoming superhero TV shows, movies, and industry news, keeping listeners informed about the latest developments in the world of superheroes on the small screen.



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