As a dangerous, acidic fog approaches, Clarke, Finn and Wells set out in search of a seaweed-like plant to make an antibiotic poultice for Jasper's wounds, while a vulnerable young girl ... See full summary »

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As a dangerous, acidic fog approaches, Clarke, Finn and Wells set out in search of a seaweed-like plant to make an antibiotic poultice for Jasper's wounds, while a vulnerable young girl follows when Bellamy takes a group out hunting for food. Written by Anonymous

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The tune hummed at the time of both deaths is the American lullaby "All the Pretty Little Horses (Hush-a-Bye)." See more »

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Finn Collins: Okay, how 'bout we just take it easy.
Clarke Griffin: I have no idea how to do that.
Wells Jaha: So, are we having fun yet?
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All the Pretty Horses (Hush-a-bye)
Traditional American lullaby (uncredited)
Lyrics written by Dorothy Scarborough (uncredited)
[Hummed by Clarke Griffin while attending Atom]
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What makes a series tick?
24 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

In the end, it's relationships. If the characters are well developed, we can overcome some shortcomings of the plot, as we care about them.

"The 100" takes one step closer to making us care about that bunch of misfits that are on Earth hoping to stay alive through thick and thin. This third episode is a very solid one, and it also shows that the writers are not going to shy away from taking some hard decisions.

Jasper is more dead than alive, but they took him back to camp, so Clarke, with Finn and Wells go out in search of a plant that may help him get better. On the way, they get "attacked" by a fog ("Lost" style). Will they get back in time to save their friend? And will anything happen to the hunting party led by Bellamy?

As said above, this episode is quite well written. There's still some overacting, and some things just happen too conveniently, but the show is going in the right direction. Clarke, Finn, etc, are being well developed through their relationships, interactions, and some flashbacks from their time back on the Ark (too many, actually). But you will start feeling something for them, for their motives, fears and desires. And when a show can make the viewer feel that, it's a winner.


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