Riverdale writer hints at bisexual sex scene in upcoming episode

Riverdale writer hints at bisexual sex scene in upcoming episode
Riverdale writer hints at bisexual sex scene in upcoming episode

Cast of Riverdale. | Photo: Disney ABC Television Group / Flickr

A writer for hit-show Riverdale just hinted at a bisexual sex scene in the upcoming last few episodes of the season.

Writer Brian E. Paterson took to Twitter to answer questions from fans about the end of season two.

In recent episodes, Cheryl Blossom (Madelaine Petsch) came out as bisexual and become very close with Toni Topaz (Vanessa Morgan), who is also bi.

Toni even broke out Cheryl from conversion therapy and then shared a super cute kiss while doing so.

So when one fan asked if it was likely we’d see another kiss between the pair.

Paterson responded: ‘Lol. We’ve got stuff on tap better than just kisses.’

He also tweeted: ‘Don’t fret, Choni fans — there is some really good stuff coming in our final few episodes. Hang in there.’

Choni is a combination of the names Cheryl and Toni.

Vanessa Morgan: ‘You don’t see bisexual characters a lot’

In a recent interview with Cosmopolitan, Vanessa Morgan explained she didn’t know they were making Toni bisexual until the press release.

However, she knew the character Toni Topaz was bisexual in the comics Riverdale is based on, Archie Comics.

She said: ‘I was so excited when I found out. I find in TV, you don’t see bisexual characters a lot.

‘When people see “bisexual,” they still confuse it with promiscuity, which is so wrong. So I was so pumped to be the first bisexual on Riverdale and just normalize that for viewers.’

Cheryl and Toni kiss

Cheryl and Toni kiss. | Photo: Riverdale / Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studiosl

Vanessa than explained she was ‘super pumped’ to be part of a show that is so diverse.

‘It’s casting characters that every person can relate to — having bisexual and gay characters, all ethnicities.

She described Riverdale as ‘up to date with what is the new world and what is 2017. ‘

‘A lot of shows should follow suit, because there are a lot of shows where they don’t have that. They don’t have anything,’ she continued.

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