Her fate, along with Moose's, was left unknown after the Black Hood fired several rounds into their car before taking off into the night. It was later revealed she survived due to Moose shielding her from the Black Hood, causing Moose to be hit by several bullets, and admitted into the hospital.
In the playbook that members of the football team recorded their 'conquests' in, Midge's name was seen next to Moose's, her worth being a total of six points.
After hearing that Archie's father, Fred Andrews, was shot at Pop's Chock'lit Shoppe by a black hooded assailant, Midge joined her boyfriend, Moose, and the rest of the Riverdale Bulldogs at Riverdale General Hospital in support of Archie and his family.
Deadly Days at Lovers' LaneEdit
Midge approached Reggie by his locker looking to score some "Jingle Jangle", a new drug that has found its way onto the north side of Riverdale. After instructing Midge to keep her voice down on school property because the simple mentioning of the drug can land them both in a lot of trouble, Reggie asked who was Jingle Jangle for, to which she replied that it was for her and Moose. Reggie told her that he'll see what he can do.
The following night, Midge and Moose attended Retro Night at Pop's Chock'lit Shoppe, where Reggie delivered the Jingle Jangle in the diner's parking lot as planned. Unbeknownst to them, they were being photographed by Alice Cooper. Midge and Moose later drove out for a secluded tryst in the woods that night, where after taking the Jingle Jangle, they began kissing. However, they were attacked by a black hooded assailant, who shot at repeatedly, and left them for dead.
Having been spared of any injuries due to Moose's heroic actions in using his own body to shield her from the gun fire, Midge, who was covered in his blood, got out of the car immediately following the shooting and screamed for help. Fortunately, she and Moose were discovered by Kevin soon thereafter.
The next day, as Moose received a visit from Archie and Reggie at Riverdale General Hospital, she told them that the shooter's eyes were blank, as if there wasn't even a person behind them, comparable to Michael Myers or the devil.
- See also: Category:Images of Midge Klump