Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that in The Archie Show, Archie and his teen pals get into nothing but innocent scrapes. Generally they lead carefree lives between their school and the local soda shop. Veronica's persistent plays for Archie's attention can be grating after a while, and Reggie's counterefforts to catch Veronica's eye sometimes sabotage Archie. The show's '60s-era music and dance moves (with instructions!) might not catch on with kids, it's still fun.
There's little violence per se but plenty of spills and bumps that are played for laughs, even if the victims are momentarily bruised (indicated by a throbbing, red point of impact) or dazed (stars orbiting the head).
You can bridge differences with a common interest (for example, music). Archaic messaging, perhaps understandable in a 1960s series, shows Veronica often playing the damsel in distress to appeal to Archie's chivalrous side.
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