Hermione: So, because you’re so determined to paint your father as a villain, you assume he must have put a hit on Fred Andrews? Do you? Veronica: Not him. You. I don’t think you’re an innocent pawn, Mom. I think you’re Daddy’s eyes and ears on the ground calling the shots. Hermione: You genuinely believe that? Veronica: If the Manolo Blahnik fits. [Hermione gets up] Hermione: Miha, your disrespect will no longer be tolerated. Not by me and certainly not by her father when he comes home. So word of advice: get back in line with this family. Because you are a Lodge before anything else. [She learns forward] Hermione: I should slap you for what you’re insinuating, but I’m not a violent person.
Betty: Well, if it was just some rando robbing Pop’s, then he probably took the money and then got rid of the wallet. Jughead: Unless it wasn’t just some rando? Unless it was premeditated in some way? Veronica: What? Is that an actual theory? Jughead: According to Sheriff Keller, if you ask me. People have grudges, people have enemies. I mean, think of where we live. Fathers are killing their sons. It’s clearly conceivable this was a hit. Betty: Okay, or the wallet is just at Pop’s? So, we’ll check it out, V.