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The living arrangements with Jerry Seinfeld and Cosmo Kramer was that they lived across the hall from each other.The plot line of every single episode called for Cosmo Kramer to enter Jerry Seinfeld's apartment without knocking.Looks like the one sacred thing I think I'll survive, though, so long as Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse stay together in real life.Aside from Bughead drama, Aguirre-Sacasa says we can look forward to learning more about Veronica's dark history.There were those episodes, who's plot created catch phrases that are now used in American society, such as; "yada, yada, yada".

There was Newman the mailman, the Soup Nazi, and George Costanza's father played by Jerry Stiller.

Earlier this year it was announced that a new character, Toni Topaz, would make waves for Bughead.

Vanessa Morgan, the actress who plays Toni, even told Bustle in September, "[Toni] stir[s] it up a bit for Bughead," a spoiler fans were NOT happy about.

Though watching on Hulu isn't an option, there are plenty of other ways to get your weekly dose of during Season 1 for its dark, dramatic storylines, but, according to show insiders, Season 2 is going to be even darker and even more dramatic, which means we'll all be hooked by the end of episode one.

In a recent interview with TVLine, showrunner and executive producer, Alberto Aguirre-Sacasa, revealed some of the biggest twists and turns fans can expect to see in Season 2, calling one portion of the upcoming season "potentially the darkest storyline we’ve told."Of course, Season 2 picks up right where Season 1 left off: with Fred Andrews being shot.

There was Newman the mailman, the Soup Nazi, and George Costanza's father played by Jerry Stiller.

Earlier this year it was announced that a new character, Toni Topaz, would make waves for Bughead.

Vanessa Morgan, the actress who plays Toni, even told Bustle in September, "[Toni] stir[s] it up a bit for Bughead," a spoiler fans were NOT happy about.

Though watching on Hulu isn't an option, there are plenty of other ways to get your weekly dose of during Season 1 for its dark, dramatic storylines, but, according to show insiders, Season 2 is going to be even darker and even more dramatic, which means we'll all be hooked by the end of episode one.

In a recent interview with TVLine, showrunner and executive producer, Alberto Aguirre-Sacasa, revealed some of the biggest twists and turns fans can expect to see in Season 2, calling one portion of the upcoming season "potentially the darkest storyline we’ve told."Of course, Season 2 picks up right where Season 1 left off: with Fred Andrews being shot.

Now it looks like Archie might play a role in disrupting Bughead's relationship, as well.