Sabrina Spellman comes to Riverdale and she and Jughead are pretty very good friends. Betty is jelly jelly cuz she thinks this new witch in town is perfect and have so much in common with her boy.
Sabrina Comes To Town
“The doors of Riverdale High opened in 1941,” Betty started her tour, pointing towards the plaques on the walls. “This was the founder –“
“Oh my God, who’s that?” The new student, Sabrina, cut her off.
“That’s uh –“ Betty started, blushing when she saw who Sabrina nodded towards.
“Off limits.” Veronica finished for her.
Jughead smiled at Betty as he walked past, making her blush even further.
“Oh? Sorry, am I stepping on some toes?” Sabrina asked carefully.
Veronica had taken it upon herself to walk with the two blondes, claiming she had nothing else to do this period. In reality, Veronica had heard murmurings that the new student was sort of a bitch, a Queen Bee newspaper-writing, old-movie-loving blonde, direct competition for her best friend. And she simply couldn’t let that happen.
“Jughead and Betty are endgame.” She said matter-of-factly.
“Jughead’s your boyfriend?” Sabrina asked Betty directly.
“Not technically,” Betty said quietly.
“Not yet,” Veronica interjected. “But it’s only a matter of time before he asks.”
“Isn’t Betty giving the tour?” Sabrina said snidely.
“Veronica makes it a bit less boring,” Betty defended her. They reached the end of the hall.
“Well, thanks for showing me around.” Sabrina smiled. “Nice to meet you Betty – Victoria.” She looked at each of them, smirked, then turned and walked back down the hall.
Veronica looked squarely at Betty. “I know I said I was changing my ways, starting fresh when I moved here. But that bitch is testing me.”
Betty burst out laughing, watching Sabrina walk down the hall. “I’m sure it’ll be fine.”
Veronica put her arm out, signaling Betty to look up. “You sure?” She asked, jutting out her chin towards the new girl. “She’s in your territory now.”
Sabrina had walked directly into the office for The Blue and Gold.
Betty sighed and tightened her pony tail, walking towards the office. Veronica squeezed her hand and kept walking, knowing she had no business at The Blue and Gold.
Betty turned into the room, seeing Jughead and Sabrina laughing, Sabrina’s hand lightly touching Jughead’s shoulder.
“Oh, hey Sabrina.” Betty said in fake surprise. “What are you doing here?” She cocked her head to the side.
A flash of annoyance graced Sabrina’s face. “I was just going to talk to the editor about becoming a member of the team.” She smiled tightly.
“Well then, you found her.”
“You’re the editor?” Sabrina asked quietly.
Betty nodded. “Me and Jughead, we run The Blue and Gold. It’s pretty small right now, so…” She trailed off, not being able to say what she really wanted to - we don’t need you.
“Oh, sure, that’s okay. I mean, I was just looking for something to remind me of home - I was a writer at my last school’s newspaper, that’s all.” Sabrina shrugged.
Betty sighed. “Well, I-”
“Maybe you could write articles about the football team?” Jughead interjected.
Betty’s head whipped over to look at him. “Jughead we don’t write articles about the football team.”
“Exactly. Which is why Sabrina could start.” Jughead smiled.
“Thank you so much Jughead.” Sabrina smiled, placing her hand back on his arm and squeezing. “Really. It means a lot.” She smirked at Betty and turned on her heel, walking out of the room.
Betty stared daggers at Jughead.
“What?” He laughed. “I’ve never seen you be so…”
“So what, Jughead?” Betty raised an eyebrow.
“I think that was jealousy?” He questioned.
“I’m not jealous.”
“Well then what was that? You’re always saying how we have our plates overloaded with this paper. You’ve never been mean to a new student before.”
“I just don’t think she was the right voice for The Blue and Gold.”
Jughead just smirked.
“Okay, fine. I think she likes you, Juggie.”
Jughead rolled his eyes and walked over to where Betty was leaning against a desk. “And so what if she does? I only have eyes for one blonde in this town.”