Munroe "Mad Dog" Moore is a recurring character on The CW's Riverdale. He is portrayed by Eli Goree.

He was once a prison inmate alongside Archie at Leopold and Loeb Juvenile Detention Center, both of whom, along with many others, were entangled in Warden Norton's illegal fight club. Munroe was Norton's most cherished fighter, that was until Archie arrived and took his place. After he suddenly disappeared following a riot in the yard, Mad Dog returned to help Archie escape.

After Munroe helped Archie escape, he was taken back to Leopold and Loeb, where he remained for several more months, until calling Archie to tell him that the center is closing and they were all being relocated to Hiram Lodge's new prison on the Southside. Fortunately, with the help of Veronica, Archie manages to get Munroe and the other inmates pardoned after blackmailing the Governor. And so, Munroe returned to Riverdale, where he found his grandmother and little brother and later agreed to fight for Elio Grande in exchange for payment and housing.

Early Life

Throughout Riverdale

Season 3


Mad Dog is alive and well

Mad Dog is escorted to the pit to fight Archie, who is the latest to be "tapped". Archie’s been under the impression that Mad Dog was dead, asking where he has been, but Mad Dog only responds by punching Archie in the face. Mad Dog continues to strike a weakened Archie, though it would seem that he is very much still an ally despite the fight. He encourages Archie to hit him back. Instead, Archie grabs onto Mad Dog in order to talk to him without anyone noticing. Archie explains that there’s a plan in place. Veronica will cause a commotion and Archie will make a break for the drain under the ring. He wants Mad Dog to join him. Mad Dog then break the hold. He doesn’t believe that Archie will make it, especially after getting shivved, but nonetheless, he is willing to help Archie escape by providing him with a head start.


Mad Dog fights off the guards

Before long, Veronica executes her plan and the ring is filled with smoke. When it does, Archie makes his escape. He tries to take Mad Dog with him but it would never work. Mad Dog had tried to get through the drain before and failed. He tells Archie to go without him. He will stay behind and hold off the guards. Hiram watches from the crowd, alerting the Warden that Archie is getting away. With this being so, Warden Norton tells the guards to apprehend Archie, but they fail as Archie makes it through the drain while Mad Dog fights the guards. [1]


Mad Dog tells Archie about the prison transfer

Mad Dog calls Archie from L&L to ask for his help. Archie visits Mad Dog at L&L, who reveals that they’re finally shutting down the detention center. They claim the shutdown is because of what happened to Warden Norton, but in actuality, it's because they’re opening Hiram’s new prison on the Southside. Apparently, a wing of the prison will be designated for juveniles. They’re all being transferred there, and the L&L guards who made them fight, they’re all going to work at Hiram’s prison too, where they can restart the fight club. Even more suspicious, Mad Dog’s parole hearing was suddenly canceled. As well as Baby Teeth's and Thumper's. Mad Dog tried to call his family, but no one is answering. Considering that Mad Dog risked his life for Archie to escape, Archie assures him that he won’t step one foot in Hiram’s prison.


Mad Dog and Baby Teeth are free

With Veronica's help, Archie manages to get Mad Dog, Baby Teeth, and the others free by blackmailing the Governor. Now that they’re out, Mad Dog plans on finding his family. However, some of the other guys have no place to go, like Baby Teeth, who has no one. Fortunately, Archie has the gym and is more than willing to allow them to stay in it. He then introduces them to Tom, his trainer. Archie hands Mad Dog a pair of gloves and offers him a rematch.


Archie and Mad Dog at the gym

Archie boxes with Mad Dog at the gym. They are joined by Elio, who is unwelcome in Archie’s gym. Elio heard the gym reopened and through that he should drop by after learning that all the fighters from L&L’s fight club are with Archie. Elio claims that he’s a boxing manager looking for new talent. So, the moment they’re ready to start making some real money, Elio tells them to come see him at Casa Grande Gym.

Archie and Baby Teeth are joined at the diner by Mad Dog, who finally found his grandma and little brother, but they moved into an apartment building that’s falling apart. It’s been taken over by the Gargoyle Gang as well. They’re cooking drugs out of some of the vacant apartments. Archie assures Mad Dog that they’ll get the Gargoyles out.


Mad Dog, Archie, and the others raid the drug den

Mad Dog, Archie, Jughead, Sweet Pea, Fangs, Baby Teeth and the Serpents rally in the gym as they prepare to infiltrate the Gargoyle Gang's apartment building. Thanks to Mad Dog’s recon, they have a pretty decent idea of the layout. The gang head into the building with Baby Teeth waiting outside as lookout. Armed with weapons such as crowbars and baseball bats, they make their way further into the apartments. The Serpents take 2nd floor while Archie, Mad Dog, and his guys take the 1st floor. Jughead’s off on his own on another floor. He encounters a Gargoyle, who immediately opens fire, forcing Jughead to take cover. As the gunfire goes off, the Gargoyles run out on both floors and immediately multiple fights break out in the halls and chaos ensues. Mad Dog, Archie, Sweet Pea, Fangs, and the Serpents, are all forced to fight.

After Mad Dog, Archie save Jughead from a Gargoyle, about half a dozen more appear. Mad Dog agrees to hold them off while Archie and Jughead find the cook. Not long after, Archie and Jughead make their way back into the hallway to find Mad Dog still fighting with the Gargoyles, and so Archie decides to help him out, leaving Jughead to get Kurtz out on his own.


Mad Dog agrees to fight for Elio

Archie informs Mad Dog that Baby Teeth has yet to resurface since the raid, forcing some of the guys to go looking for him. Archie asks about Mad Dog’s family. He tells Archie that they’re fine. But they’ll be even better once he gets them out that building. Mad Dog has a new place, unfortunately it comes with the cost of fighting for Elio, who hooked him up with a house on the Northside. Archie insists that Elio can’t be trusted, but Mad Dog has very few options. And while this may not be what Archie wants, Mad Dog will always remember what Archie did for him.[2]


Mad Dog will fight for Archie

Mad Dog enters the El Royale Fight Club and interrupts Archie's speech to add that he’s honoring Baby Teeth by dedicating his upcoming match to Baby Teeth. Mad Dog then informs Archie that there’s an upcoming boxing tournament this weekend, the Gilded Gloves. It’s now time for the fighters to weigh in. Mad Dog attends. Randy Ronson weighs in at 159 lbs while Archie weighs in at 154 lbs.

Mad Dog gives Archie a heads up that Randy is juicing, but not with steroids. Some kind of new powder that he saw Elio give to Ronson. It made him crazy strong. Mad Dog looked into Randy’s eyes and all he saw was rage. Mad Dog fears that Randy may kill Archie in the ring, which is why he has brought Archie drugs to level the playing field. However, Archie is opposed to taking drugs. Mad Dog leaves the drugs with Archie just in case he changes his mind.[3]


Mad Dog, Archie, and Veronica confront Elio

Following the fight, Randy Ronson is taken to Riverdale General Hospital, where Mad Dog, Fred, Tom, Josie, Archie, and Veronica sit in the lobby, waiting to hear news of his fate. Just a few feet away sits Elio with Randy’s family. Unfortunately, Dr. Patel arrives to deliver the news that Randy did not survive. As he proceeds to take Ms. Ronson to claim the body, Archie and Mad Dog inform Dr. Patel that Randy was on drugs and that Elio was his supplier, though Elio claims to have had no knowledge of any substance abuse, which Archie, Veronica, and Mad Dog know to be untrue. Mad Dog states that Randy’s blood is all over Elio’s hands, though Elio retorts that it literally all over Archie's.

Mad Dog calls Archie to ask about the drugs he gave him because the police just raided Elio’s gym with a warrant, and they’re likely to do the same with El Royale. After Archie says they're in his locker, he and Mad Dog meet up at the gym to recover the drugs and dispose of them. However, before they can get the chance to do so, the police raid the gym, catching Archie and Mad Dog with the drugs in hand. And so, the two of them are arrested on site.


Archie, Veronica, and Mad Dog hold a press conference

Veronica bails Archie and Mad Dog of of jail. Mad Dog insists that they’ll pay her back, though that’s the least of their worries as Elio has flipped Randy’s death on Archie. Archie, Mad Dog, and Veronica head down to Pop’s, where they watch the news report of Elio claiming that Archie provided Randy with the drugs that killed him. It’ll be a nearly impossible task to prove that it was in fact Elio who gave Ronson the drugs and that he’s setting Archie up. However, Veronica has a plan, which starts with a drug test for both Archie and Mad Dog. Afterward, Veronica holdS a press conference outside of Pop’s to announce that Archie and Mad Dog’s drug tests have come back negative. Randy’s sisters, Ms. Ronson, led by Elio, interrupts the press conference and accuses Archie of murdering Randy. Archie swears that he didn’t kill Randy, but if he could take back what happened, he would. However, the Ronsons are still distraught over Randy’s death, and his sister slaps Archie. Again, Archie apologizes, saying that he wishes it could’ve been him instead of Randy.


Mad Dog asks Archie to box with him

Mad Dog calls Archie into the ring as he needs a sparing partner. Veronica advises him to get back in the ring or he never will. Archie believes that may be for the best as he doesn’t want to be known as the Riverdale Reaper. Veronica says to Archie that he made amends with the Ronsons the best way he could, and now it’s time to look into the future. Archie’s not Riverdale’s Reaper. If anything, he’s it’s red hope. Veronica pleads with him to pick back up his gloves, and so he does just that, joining Mad Dog in the ring.[4]


Mad Dog offers to be Veronica's next client

While sparring in the ring, Mad Dog and Archie are approached by Veronica, who comes baring good news. She has Archie’s fight application for the regional tournament. All Archie has to do is get one of his parents to sign off on it. This is the perfect opportunity to jump start Archie’s boxing career. Mad Dog tells Veronica to keep him in mind should she ever decide that she wants another boxer under her roster. Fangs comes running from the back soak and wet. He tells them about a busted pipe, which he shut off, but it needs fixing. Archie volunteers to fix it, but Veronica would rather he call a professional plumber. Speaking of which, as Archie’s manager, Veronica had been thinking about updating the gym. She even offers to front all the money. La Bonne Nuit has been doing well, and she would like to diversify her portfolio with property on the south side.

Mad Dog assists Archie during his workouts in order to help him lose the 6 lbs needed to meet weight. After days of working out, throwing up, and ice baths, Archie just barely makes weight.[5]

Mad Dog and Archie spar at the gym. They break, and Archie tells him about his plans to make changes. He wants to make the gym into a halfway house or community. A place where the kids can go to stay off the streets. And he wants Mad Dog to help him run it.[6]

Season 4


Mad Dog agrees to enroll in Riverdale High

It's the last day of summer vacation. While sparring at the gym, Archie suggests that Mad Dog enroll at Riverdale High, especially since his younger brother will be a freshman. Mad Dog is reluctant but eventually agrees.

As Coach Clayton runs the play with Reggie, Archie asks if there’s room for Mad Dog on the Bulldogs, who now prefers to go by his first name of Munroe. Despite having a full roster, Coach Clayton agrees to give him a chance.


Reggie guards Mad Dog

Archie leads the offensive line at Bulldogs' practice. Reggie is on defense, covering Mad Dog, and his dad is cheering him on. Mad Dog gets the better of Reggie and scores. Marty Mantle, Reggie’s dad, calls him over and scolds him.

Reggie picks a fight with Mad Dog in the locker room after practice. He inquires about Mad Dog’s time in juvie. Mad Dog pushes Reggie, but Archie is there to see that the situation escalates no further. Archie asks Reggie what his problem is. Reggie replies that he’s been captain of the Bulldogs since sophomore year, and he’s concerned that Mad Dog has come to take his position.


Mad Dog offers Reggie a hand

During Bulldogs' practice, Archie's positioned as a quarterback. He throws the football to Reggie, who loses the ball after being tackled by Mad Dog. Coach Clayton calls an end to the practice. Reggie is once again scolded by his father for his poor performance. He even threatens Reggie, forcing Archie to intervene, who even accuses Marty of hitting Reggie. However, Reggie doesn’t want Archie’s help and tells him to mind his business. Archie tells Marty Mantel to leave or else he’ll make him. Reggie comes to his father’s defense and warns Archie to back off, even pushing him. When the altercation turns violent, Mad Dog and Coach Clayton separate the two.


Mad Dog and Archie at Cheryl's party

Cheryl and Toni go through with their back-to-school party as planned, with Peaches as the DJ. Mad Dog, Archie, Jughead, Betty, Veronica, and Reggie are in attendance. Cheryl declares Mr. Honey as their latest enemy. She assures the student body that he’ll be taken care of by Homecoming. Reggie tries to pick another fight with Mad Dog. He asks Cheryl if she knows Mad Dog, which she doesn’t, though she doesn’t object to him being at the party, which is more than she can say for Reggie. FP arrives after receiving a noise complaint and brings an end to the party. An intoxicated Reggie offers to get FP a beer. Rather than seeing him get arrested, Archie escorts Reggie home. FP informs Cheryl that Mr. Honey made the noise complaint.[7]

Munroe drags his brother Malcolm into El Royale after catching him at the Wipeout arcade, where dealers and fiends are known to frequent. Munroe recalls Archie’s plan to turn the gym into a community center and presses him to go through with it.


Munroe, Archie, and Veronica speak with Ms. Weiss about the gym

Munroe, Archie, Veronica, Mary, and Ms. Weiss discuss the future of the gym. Archie and Munroe will group the kids for boxing and MMA lessons according to their age. They’ll also keep the gym open until 10:00 PM, so the kids have somewhere to go after school to keep them off the streets. Ms. Weiss explains just how much work this will entail. Archie informs them that he has help. Mr. Keller will be there during the day. However, before they can proceed, the gym will require an inspection and updates if it’s truly to become a community center, starting with adding a second bathroom.


Munroe washes cars

Munroe, Archie, Reggie, Kevin, Betty, and Veronica share ideas on how they could to come up with the money to pay for the renovations for they gym. Veronica offers to front the money, but Archie doesn’t want anymore handouts. Kevin suggests a charity concert while Betty recommends a bake sale, which gives Veronica a better idea. She comes up with a car wash. Veronica organizes the event outside Pop’s diner. She collects the proceeds of the car wash as Archie, Munroe, Reggie, Kevin, and the Bulldogs, all shirtless with the exception of Kevin, wash the local women’s cars. Unfortunately, by the end of the day, they’ve only made $400 out of the $40,000 needed for renovations. Veronica proposes a couple more ideas, but none worth pursuing.


Munroe asks Archie to help him go after Dodger

After Malcolm gets jumped by a couple thugs for not making deliveries for them, Munroe wants Archie to join him in hunting them down. The thugs that jumped him work for a guy named Dodger. He recruits kids from the arcade and gets them to do his bidding, such as burglary and car theft. Munroe wants to teach them a lesson, but Archie advises him against it. If Munroe is caught, he’ll be arrested, and he has his brother and grandma to look after. Archie will instead tell FP about Dodger and let the police handle it. The gym is how they will take care of Riverdale.


Munroe finds out Archie went after Dodger

Munroe arrives at the gym to find Archie bruised and sleeping in the office. He realizes that Archie went after Dodger without him. Archie may have taken a beaten, but he didn’t leave empty handed. He stole Dodger’s money and now has enough to pay for a second bathroom. Munroe explains that the money is dirty and needs to be cleaned before they use it. He suspects that maybe Veronica can help with that.

Archie follows Veronica's advise and decides to get rid of the money. She then loans him the money to make the renovations. Munroe begins teaching a boxing class at the gym.[8]


Munroe tells Archie about Dodger's plan

Munroe finds Archie in the student lounge and informs him that Dodger and his crew are still pissed that they got beat up and they plan on terrorizing the town on Halloween night. Munroe and Archie worry that the kids in the neighborhood will get caught in the crossfire. Veronica suggests they host a Halloween party at the community center to keep the kids off the streets. As for costumes, they need not worry as one of Veronica’s friends in New York, Katy Keene, who goes to the school of the performing arts, is an amazing designer.

Halloween night, Veronica gifts Archie and Munroe their costumes designed by Katy Keene. Archie is Pureheart the Powerful and Munroe is a The Shield. Veronica stays behind to clean up the diner, but assures Archie she’ll meet him at the community center later.


Munroe warns Dodger to leave

Archie overlooks the party at the community center. He catches Eddie with a knife and demands that he hand it over. Eddie asks if he can have it back after the party, and Archie says maybe. Munroe then alerts Archie of Dodger’s arrival with his crew. Archie and Munroe tell him to leave as it’s a private event. Dodger almost immediately recognizes Archie as the vigilante that attacked him, though he doesn’t make mention of it. Dodger spots Eddie, one of the kids who work for him and confronts him for partying rather than handling his business in the streets. He tries to take Eddie with him, but Archie and Munro block his access to Eddie and demand that he leave.


Munroe and Archie face off with Dodger

Archie sits down with Eddie and asks what it is that Dodger has him doing. Eddie is reluctant to speak. Munroe informs Archie of their latest problem. Some of the kids wanted to go home, and when Munroe went to go check if it was okay for them to leave, he discovered there was trouble out front. Eddie wishes to leave, but Archie tells him stay put until the party is over, during which time, he’ll walk Eddie home himself. Munroe and Archie meet Dodger and his crew out front and tell them to leave. However, they refuse. When Archie attempts to forcibly remove them, Dodger brandishes a gun, forcing him and Munroe to retreat inside and call FP, though he doesn’t answer. Until FP arrives, they’ll keep the party going.

While securing the building, Munroe and Archie finally get a call back from FP who’s pulling up outside. They realize Eddie’s missing and just then shots fire off outside. Archie runs out to find Eddie laying on the ground with a gunshot wound on his right leg.[9]


Archie and Munroe are approached by a neighboring store owner

While painting over the graffiti alongside the community center, Munroe and Archie are approached by a store owner from within the area. He claims that he caught one of the kids from the community center, Toby, stealing from his store. Archie offers to pay for the comic book that Toby attempted to steal. The store owner accepts Archie’s money and tells him to keep his kids away from his store. Archie then instructs Toby to grab a brush.


Archie and Munroe warn the kids against joining Dodger's crew

The next day, Munroe and Archie call a meeting with the kids after getting a call from FP that someone was stealing hubcaps. Anyone running with Dodger’s crew will end up dead or in juvie. If any one of them get arrested then the whole center will be shut down, and so Archie issues a new rule — anyone that runs with Dodger’s crew isn’t welcome at the community center. Toby asks what will happen to them when Munroe and Archie graduate and go to college. While that’s months away, it weighs heavy on Toby. Nonetheless, Archie tells him to pick a side. Toby and one other kid decide to leave.


Archie and Munroe hold a press conference

Munroe and Archie give the kids boxing lessons. FP arrives to inform Archie that some of the local business owners have lodged a few complaints against the community center. He advises Archie to invite the neighbors over and get to know them. Hopefully then the complaints will stop. They proceed to hold a press conference. They invited Alice and the media to broadcast the meeting the surrounding businesses. Archie wants to set the record straight. Despite a few bogus complaints that were made, the community center isn’t going anywhere. In fact, they’re extending their hours to 11 PM and will even be open on Sundays. Archie asks that instead of working against them, that the neighbors help out by sponsoring a baseball team or donating time. Munroe and Archie also plan to start a Big Brothers and Big Sisters program. The Riverdale Bulldogs and Vixens have already volunteered. Archie invites anyone to try and shut them down. However, they will lose.

Flash forward to Biology class, Spring semester. Munroe, Archie, Betty, Veronica, Kevin, and Reggie are in class when FP and two sheriff deputies enter the classroom and place Archie, Betty, and Veronica under arrest for Jughead’s murder.[10]

Munroe and Archie announce to the kids that they’ll be hosting at Thanksgiving dinner at the center tomorrow night considering most of them have no other place to go.


Archie, Veronica, and Munroe plan to follow through with their Thanksgiving plans

Thanks to Veronica, who put in a to-go order at the country club, the community center is stocked with food, enough the feed the town. Archie informs Munroe of his plan to deep fry a turkey, which his dad has done every year. FP interrupts with some alarming news. He’s under orders by the mayor to shut Archie down for Thanksgiving. Hiram's doing it to punish Veronica, to get her to spend the holiday with him. FP tried to fight him on the matter, but Hiram insisted. However, if he was in Archie’s place, he’d go through with his plans for Thanksgiving dinner for the community, which is exactly what Archie does.

Munroe and Archie host a Thanksgiving dinner at the community center as planned. As Munroe and Malcolm welcome guests, Archie tells Veronica of his plan to keep the center open over night so that no one is forced to go out in the storm.

Archie approaches Dodger's family. Darla claims that she doesn’t want any trouble as she slams a gun on the table, explaining that they’ve come for Dodger’s attacker. Veronica, Munroe, Mary, Malcolm, Eddy, and Toby watch as this unfolds. She has a feeling either Archie or one of his friends nearly killed Dodger, and they don’t plan on leaving until they find out who.


Archie and Munroe want to take the fight to Darla

Munroe and Archie want to fight back against Darla and her family, but Veronica advises them otherwise as Darla has a gun. Nevertheless, Archie wants to get to the drawer full of weapons he has in his office that he’s confiscated off the kids. Veronica tells him not to in fear that the kids will get caught in the crossfire. Mary remains quiet during the discussion. Malcolm brings Darla and her boys a dish. He sits it down on the table and reaches for the gun, but is unsuccessful. Archie and Munroe intervene, explaining that he’s just a kid. Fagan punches Archie in the face, certain that he’s the one who put Dodger in the hospital. Darla agrees with him. She thinks Archie beat Dodger into a coma and then called the ambulance so that no one would suspect him. She then points the gun at Archie and forces him to his knees.


Archie, Munroe, and Veronica check out the explosion

Darla demands that Archie admit to beating up Dodger. Archie will admit to it only if Darla agrees to let everyone else goes when he does. She agrees to his terms, but before Archie can admit what he’s done, Eddie, Toby, and Malcolm all claim they’re all responsible for putting Dodger in the hospital, but Darla isn’t convinced. Just as she is about to shoot Archie, the deep fryer explodes, causing a distraction long enough for Archie to disarm Darla. As Archie takes out her sons, Munroe orders the kids into the office. Veronica assists in the take down by pinning Bill Dickenson to the table by stabbing his hand with a carving fork. Mary grabs the gun, bringing the altercation to a head. She gives Darla, Bill, and Fagan five seconds to leave the center or the else. The three of them scurry as she starts counting down. As they leave, Eddie and Toby lock the door behind them. Archie, Mary, Veronica, and Munroe then investigate the cause of the explosion.


Munroe, Mary, Archie, and Veronica pray

At the community center, Munroe, Mary, Archie, and Veronica sit at the head table. Mary starts the evening by stating they were never a particularly religious house. But the one thing Fred always liked to do when they sat down to eat as a family was to say grace. Archie takes the lead in blessing the food and then they eat.

Munroe, Betty, Jughead, Veronica Kevin, Reggie, Cheryl, Toni, Mary, FP, and Alice join Archie at the community center as he puts up a plaque in his father’s honor.[11]


Betty interviews the Bulldogs

The bulldogs celebrate their place in the state finals for the first time in years thanks to Munroe, whom they shower with love. They will face the undisputed Stonewall Stallions. At the Blue and Gold, Betty interviews Archie, Munroe, and Reggie in the days leading up to the big game. During which time, a recruiter from Notre Dame is coming out just to see Munroe play. Reggie informs Betty that Stonewall has a history of cheating. Every team they’ve faced this year has suffered some kind of horrible injury. They don’t play to win. They plan to hurt.

While leaving the community center, Munroe is attacked by four guys wearing bunny masks. Archie and Reggie arrive on the scene to find him on the ground, cupping his knee after being hit with a golf club. Reggie is certain that Munroe was attacked by Bret and Stallions.


Munroe, Archie, and Frank discuss Monroe's injury

Munroe informs Archie that he won’t be able to play in the game. If he puts any type of pressure on his knee, it could cause permanent damage. Frank offers a way for Munroe to play through the pain. He has some meds from the VA. They’re not going to heal Munroe’s injuries, but they’ll numb him long enough for the game. Archie turns down the offer, but Munroe is more willing to take the chance. Munroe accepts the pills from Frank and arrives in the locker room for the big game. Munroe refuses to sit the game out as a Notre Dame recruiter came all the way to Riverdale just to see him play. That’ll change Munroe’s family’s life. Archie worries that he’ll get hurt and never play again. Munroe takes the risk nonetheless.


Munroe fails to make the two-point conversion

The game commences, and the Stallions score first. However, the Bulldogs get Munroe the ball and he scores. By the end of the game, it’s the Bulldogs’ 6 points to the Stallions’ 7, and Archie is planning to go for a two-point conversion. Archie hands Munroe the ball, but he fails to make the conversion and is tackled to the ground. With that as the final play of the game, the Stallions leave with the victory. After the game, Munroe enters the locker room and informs them that he just got cornered by the recruiter from Notre Dame, who told Munroe that he wants him in Indiana next week to play ball for them.[12]

Physical Appearance

Mad Dog is shown to be a well built.



Archie Andrews


Archie and Mad Dog in a boxing ring

The relationship between Archie and Mad Dog first started out rough, with the two barely saying a word to each other. After sharing a prison cell for some time, they became friends, protecting each other. They both eventually found themselves entangled in the underground fight club ran by Warden Norton, who Archie repeatedly disobeyed. Just as they finally came, Archie returned to his cell after the prison yard riot to find Mad Dog was gone. He was told that Mad Dog died during the riot, but Archie knew that to be a lie. Mad Dog later returned to help Archie escape, and in return, Archie blackmailed the Governor to get Mad Dog pardoned from Leopold and Loeb. The two have shown their loyalty and have proven that they're willing to fight for the other.


Season 3

Season 4


  • Unlike most of the other characters, Munroe Moore is not a character from the Archie Comics.
  • However, he shares his last name with cartoonist Tom Moore, who worked on several iterations of the Archie Comics in the the late 1950s, and then again in the late 1980s.
  • Munroe shares his nickname with Mr. Collier, one of Betty's uncles and a teacher at Riverdale High who's either "Collie", "Though but Fair", or "Mad Dog" depending who you ask in the 2015 Archie Comics.


See also: Category:Images of Munroe Moore


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