Riverdale Spoilers: “Chapter Eighteen: When A Stranger Calls” Riverdale Spoilers: “Chapter Eighteen: When A Stranger Calls”
Official CW description and preview images with spoilers for Riverdale "Chapter Eighteen: When A Stranger Calls" Riverdale Spoilers: “Chapter Eighteen: When A Stranger Calls”

The CW has released an official description for the November 8 episode of Riverdale, and in it, Graham Phillips shows up to make a Scott Foley of himself. (Anyone too young to remember Dawson’s Creek, keep reading.)

The episode is called “Chapter Eighteen: When A Stranger Calls” and here’s how it is described.

UPDATE: We now have some preview images with a first look at Nick St. Clair and also… Jughead in a wifebeater! Find them below the description.

GRAHAM PHILLIPS (“The Good Wife”) GUEST STARS AS VERONICA’S OLD FRIEND NICK ST. CLAIR — When Alice (Madchen Amick) publishes a fiery piece in the Riverdale Register blasting the Southside, Jughead (Cole Sprouse) is forced to take matters into his own hands to try and keep the peace. Betty (Lili Reinhart) turns to Archie (KJ Apa) for help after receiving an ultimatum that could potentially destroy some of her closest relationships. With their SoDale open house fast approaching, Hiram (Mark Consuelos) and Hermoine (Marisol Nichols) enlist the help of an unlikely ally to get some potential investors on board. Finally, Veronica (Camila Mendes) welcomes her old friend Nick St. Clair (guest star Graham Phillips) to Riverdale, but his plans for a wild night with the gang quickly takes an unexpected turn. Madelaine Petsch, Luke Perry, Ashleigh Murray and Casey Cott also star. Ellen Pressman directed the episode written by Aaron Allen (#205). Original airdate 11/8/2017.


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Riverdale -- "Chapter Eighteen: When A Stranger Calls" -- Image Number: RVD205a_0067.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Cole Sprouse as Jughead Jones and Jordan Connor Yuen as Sweet Pea -- Photo: Dean Buscher/The CW -- © 2017 The CW Network. All Rights Reserved

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