In tonight's episode of The CW's highly followed "Riverdale," viewers finally got to see what went down moments before Jason Blossom met his untimely death.

For those who haven't seen the episode, read no further, as we're about to discuss motive and reason as to why someone so close to Jason committed such as hideous crime. Now that Jason Blossom's killer has been revealed in the latest episode of "Riverdale" to be his very own father, Clifford, the show poses more questions than answers with the revelation.

Another death fulfilled in the penultimate episode

There's only one more episode left for The CW's "Riverdale," which has already been renewed for a second season. As the truth behind Jason's murder has been revealed, it poses more questions than answers, especially now that it seems Clifford has taken his own life.

There are also a lot of questions with regards to the Blossom family's drug trade, which seems to be linked to the Joneses as well, as the Serpents may be the drug mules that get the Blossoms' illegal products moving. A couple of questions that the show needs to answer now is, how deep is Clifford's connection with FP, and how is it that FP seems to be doing Clifford's dirty work (i.e.

disposing of Jason's body in the river)? What does Clifford have on FP that the former can easily make FP do his bidding? Is there some sort of history there?

Surprising suicide raises questions

At the end of tonight's "Riverdale" episode, Clifford was found lifeless in what looked like a suicide following his reveal as Jason Blossom's killer.

Knowing the twists and turns of this show, there is a possibility that this was orchestrated by someone else as well.

Did Penelope Blossom have a hand in her husband's death? What does this mean now for the entire Blossom family? Will they all go to jail for illegal drug trade?

Clifford wasn't the only initial suspect

Before Jason Blossom's killer was revealed in "Riverdale," showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa shared that he initially had three suspects in mind.

These three main suspects were Hiram Lodge, FP Jones, and Clifford Blossom. Hal Cooper also developed into a suspect at some point, but the writers decided to go with Clifford, as they wanted to "[deconstruct] the Archie myth that everything is safe, that everyone is good, that parents protect their children, that fundamentally the world is a good place," Aguirre-Sacasa told The Hollywood Reporter.

Ahead of the reveal of Jason Blossom's killer, the team wanted to create "the ultimate subversion to that, the darkest, most taboo thing we could do...a parent killing a child." The show successfully pulled it off, even if some viewers already suspected the Blossom family having a hand in the mysterious murder. Now, the revelation has set forth many other questions, which hopefully would be resolved when "Riverdale" airs its finale next Thursday at 9 p.m. on The CW.