Murphy returns to the camp carrying a horrific virus created by the Grounders to weaken the camp. After learning the Grounders plan to attack the next day, Bellamy, Finn and Raven come up with a plan to delay them.

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Murphy returns to the camp carrying a horrific virus created by the Grounders to weaken the camp. After learning the Grounders plan to attack the next day, Bellamy, Finn and Raven come up with a plan to delay them.

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The title is taken from the 1944 English translation of the Bhagavad Gita, famously quoted by Robert Oppenheimer in the 1965 TV documentary The Decision to Drop the Bomb, the whole sentence being, "Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds." See more »

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When Raven returns to the bridge to plant the bomb, there are chunks of cement and lots more vegetation than seen just days earlier. See more »

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Clarke Griffin: [quoting physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer] I am become death, destroyer of worlds.
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The 100 Main Title Theme
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Pest
31 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

Murphy's back! He was taken in by the Grounders, who tortured him. But he run away and asks the 100 for help. They take him in, without knowing that he's not alone, as his body is infected by a virus. The people in the camp have to think fast, as many are getting infected, and the Grounders are planning on an attack.

This last episode of "The 100" doesn't say anything about what happened in the Ark, keeping the viewer on the edge of their seats, as they will be wondering if the people up there are alive or not. The pod that arrived to Earth crashed, and no one seems to have survived. Is Diana and her people dead?

The episode centers on the sickness and the imminent attack by the Grounders. The young people in the camp are inexperienced, and even if they have guns, they are still little puppies in the hands of the Grounders. Clarke continues her fall into militarism, becoming even more aggressive than Bellamy. Good show of how fear and the need of survival changes us.

On the down side, people with bleeding eyes don't make for much fun, and the I-hate-you-why-are-you-taking-my-boyfriend looks by Raven are becoming a little tiny too much.


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