"Dinner for Six": When the parents of Archie, Betty and Veronica make plans to meet for dinner, the teens are mortified. What if the subject turns to the eternal love triangle? Each imagines, and worries, over what may happen from their unique perspective. Will the dinner conversation leave these love-birds cooked? "A Real Keeper": Mr. Lodge sends Archie home in the rain so Veronica can date the son of a businessman he's hoping to make a deal with. Will the rich kid be a better investment than Archie, or just another one for the "loss" column?