The 100 (2014– )
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Twilight's Last Gleaming 

A plan to contact the Ark is put in motion after Raven crash lands on Earth. Meanwhile, Abby exposes Kane's plan to reduce the population of the Ark.

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Monty Green (credit only)
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Jasper Jordan (credit only)
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Marcus Kane
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Raven Reyes
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Reese Lemkin
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Tor Lemkin
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A plan to contact the Ark is put in motion after Raven crash lands on Earth. Meanwhile, Abby exposes Kane's plan to reduce the population of the Ark. Written by Clinton Klein

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Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi

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16 April 2014 (USA)  »

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Dr. Abigail Griffin: [to parent after eye exam] Don't worry, the rolling of the eyes doesn't last very long - 10 maybe 15 years.
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For My Help
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Breath
26 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

Raven arrives to Earth, but Bellamy is on a fight against Clarke and Finn to arrive first to her, as he's afraid of the Ark knowing they are alive. But on Raven's chance to contact back with the Ark the lives of many up there depend, as Kane's plan to sacrifice 300 people has been approved. With lives on stake, will they be able to overcome Bellamy?

"The 100" continues to surprise. If in previous episodes they hadn't been afraid of killing off some characters we were starting to care for, while also keeping the tension and not making the series a gore-fest, in this new episode is a fight against time, with many more lives at stake than till now.

Of course, the show can't make us care about 300 people in just one episode, but they go the route of fleshing out some of the people we didn't know till now. One, two scenes, that show they are human as all the protagonists, and giving them the chance to shine makes the threat that hangs over their heads something we will care about. They are not faceless anymore.

Oh, and Finn has a problem, as he now has Ark-girlfriend and Earth-girlfriend. It's pretty obvious some tension will be rising in future episodes between them three.

And just in case we didn't have enough, it ends on a magnificent (even if foreseeable) cliffhanger.


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