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Murphy's Law 

Bellamy, Clarke and Finn try to protect Charlotte when everyone learns she killed Wells. On the Ark, Abby risks getting floated in order to give Raven the chance to launch the escape pod.

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Bellamy, Clarke and Finn try to protect Charlotte when everyone learns she killed Wells. On the Ark, Abby risks getting floated in order to give Raven the chance to launch the escape pod.

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Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi

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9 April 2014 (USA)  »

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When Nygel is talking to Marcus she mentions someone with the last names Reyes with is the last name of Hurley in Lost (2004) which also stars Marcus ( Henry Ian Cusick ) as Desmond See more »

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The knife that stabbed Finn went in horizontally. After it was removed and stitched up from every episode on it was vertical stab wound? See more »

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Raven Reyes: I need a pressure regulator.
Nygel: What for?
Raven Reyes: Regulating pressure.
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The 100 Main Title Theme
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Ups, the marmalade
25 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

Stanford-prison-experiment patient Murphy is taking his job as Bellamy's second in command too seriously, so when his knife is found and people suspect him of killing Wells, all hell breaks loose.

This fourth episode of season one is an action packed episode, filled with quite some good moments and nice plot developments. The series is keeping the pace high and not letting the viewer fall asleep. There's still too much "love" going around (it's been one week, so a kiss or two should be expected, though). Putting one-note character Murphy as the center of the episode lets violence take center stage, as he is not one to take things down and Richard Harmon does a good job of making the character feel more human than till now.

On the Ark, Clarke's mother decides to get into a pod and get to Earth to see if her daughter is fine. This helps to keep the tension of power struggle between her and Councillor Marcus Kane (how can he keep that hair-style?).

On the down side, there's also one of those cheesy moments when characters have to act, time running down, but decide they have time to talk, hug and cry. Otherwise, great episode.


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