There's a first time for everything, so here's my first time to complain about video quality. It was beyond awful. Glitches throughout the episode, the end of the fight between Slade and Kane is just a black screen.
Starting to suspect the sherif as well. My guess is there are two, or more, Black Hoods, maybe even a conspiracy. The original who killed Ms Grundy and tried to kill Archie's dad. And then there's the copycat, the one that calls Betty. I think that might be her brother. The other one, or ones, are I think, a group of either corrupt parents or a secret evil underground organisation, kind of like The Pride from comic series The Runaways from Marvel.
Dear WATCH POLICE: the open loads have just stopped working everywhere, just as the videome just goes around in circles after being a good source. And also vid.up has stopped working after it used to be so great. It used to work always now its one in every twenty. Openload used to always work and that won't work on almost anything now. For example i can't watch Crossbones because nothing will let me…..there is something going generally in the system….
idk i normaly jus use Vidzi link from a few ppl who hv been posting a long time i couldnt get them to work so went back to couchtuner untill HD told me the work around i dont tend to click random links on here as there was a post a few months back about bots n virus's so i only click on those i kno have been postin a long time
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