Cole Sprouse took the character Jughead and turned him into something completely different than any other actor would. Every dark expression, small smile, even soft touches with Betty, all of that is Cole. He may have a script, but HE is the one who really created Jughead to be as lovable and wonderful as he is. The depth we get from his character is intensified by how Cole interprets him. Jughead may have already been a lovable outcast, but it was Cole who brought him to life, Cole who made him magical and soft.
The Crows as people from my college orientation group
the girl who didn't talk at all but casually scaled a tree when a badge got stuck up on a branch
the dude who somehow got 3 plates of food when we're only allowed one?? I saw someone walk by and place a plate down next to him like an offering. And when someone was like "you can't eat all that in 30 min" he just ate ALL THREE PLATES like wtf dude
the boy who showed up super late most days and point blank told our orientation leader he was too hungover to get up before noon
the girl who came up with all the group cheers (GBO ON THE GO) and busted the craziest dance moves when anyone so much as mentioned dancing
the guy who was always humming to himself who didn't actually talk during discussions
the boy who complained about every activity but also showed up to everything
that kid who showed up on the first day and then didn't show up again. Where'd he go??? The group cryptid
This is mainly an SIF-style dialogue. Kasumi says everything in the dialogue, addressing the reader, an older student at the school. The rest of the article is her introduction from the PDP website (see here for my translation of that).