1. First, here's a comparison between Betty, Cheryl, and Veronica, and the original Heathers from the 1988 movie. The CW / New World Pictures 2. The writing on the chalkboard in the classroom could be a nod to the original Heathers movie poster. The CW / New World Pictures 3. In Cheryl's locker, you can see that she has a heart hung up, which matches the one Heather Chandler had in her locker. The CW / New World Pictures 4. Also, you can spot one of Heather Chandler's signature red bows not only in Cheryl's hair, but in her locker too. The CW 5. Of course, Cheryl puts her own spin on this classic Heathers line when she learns that Toni is the choreographer for the musical. The CW / New World Pictures 6. Later, Cheryl also gives an homage to another iconic line while talking to Evelyn. The CW / New World Pictures 7. The Westerberg High School crest on the Heathers: The Musical set almost directly matches the one from the movie. The CW / New World Pictures Also Westerburg is spelled differently?!? 8. There's also a banner that reads "Class of '88" — 1988 is when the original Heathers movie was released. The CW 9. There were actually several lyric changes to the song "Candy Store" to make it more TV friendly. The CW / Genius 10. The Big Fun shirts are a nod to the shirts from the film — Big Fun was a fictional band that sang "Teenage Suicide" in the movie. The CW / New World Pictures 11. The light blue Jell-O shots at the cast party are a nod to the blue drain cleaner that J.D. and Veronica give Heather Chandler. The CW / New World Pictures 12. Also at the cast party, Sweet Pea can be seen holding a slushie, which is a callback to when J.D. buys Veronica one in the movie. The CW / New World Pictures 13. The poster for the school's musical are a nod to the original Off-Broadway posters for Heathers: The Musical. The CW / Heathers the Musical 14. While his character is never stated, Kevin is dressed as Peter Dawson. The CW / New World Pictures 15. Also, Toni can be seen playing Veronica's former BFF Betty Finn in the musical. The CW / New World Pictures 16. Cheryl threatening Toni in the hallway is a nod to Heather's threat to Veronica after their disastrous college party experience. The CW / New World Pictures 17. You can spot the Westerburg High School football props on the table behind Archie in the student lounge. The CW / New World Pictures 18. The Farm's weird ritual involving Kevin and Fangs mimics Veronica's dream about Heather being dead in the movie. The CW / New World Pictures 19. Cheryl's bed and wardrobe at Thornhill are a nod to Heather Chandler's bedroom and clothing — of course Cheryl went for an all red look. The CW / New World Pictures 20. Also, the mug that Toni brings Cheryl is a direct reference to the cups that accidentally get switched in Heathers. The CW / New World Pictures 21. And finally, Betty and Jughead being covered in soot is a reference to Veronica's final look in Heathers after J.D. blows himself up. The CW / New World Pictures Of course, Betty and Jughead, like Veronica, also watch something blow up. In their case, it's FP and Jughead's old trailer. Did you spot any Heathers Easter eggs in the Riverdale musical episode? Tell us in the comments!