The 100 (2014– )
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Clarke and her friends struggle with how to proceed after the fate of the world is revealed.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Octavia Blake
Jasper Jordan
Monty Green
Raven Reyes
John Murphy
Emori (as Luisa d'Olivera)
Harper McIntyre


In the aftermath of the chaos done by ALLIE, Clarke struggles with the decision over telling the world of the impending nuclear apocalypse. The Grounders struggle with each other and Echo uses the chaos as a chance to declare war on the Sky People. Written by cyberboy1127-249-955930

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Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi





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1 February 2017 (USA)  »

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Back to not giving Clarke a break.
2 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

I was genuinely scared of this episode. I expected it to be not as bad as season 3 overall, but still not really that good as THE 100 has once been. And yes, I liked Lexa, yes, I was sad that she died, no, that's not the only reason I didn't like season 3.

For example, Bellamy's story line was just unnecessary and unbelievable to me. I hated how they introduced a girlfriend that we never even seen before, that there was no build-up to, no chemistry, nothing... But we are supposed to believe that when she dies, he'll be as mad as he would be if Octavia died? Sorry, that's a no. Him joining Pike and killing all the grounders... That was no character development, that was just Bellamy from season 1. And I didn't like it.

The whole A.L.I.E. story line sucked as well. A show about survival suddenly became this sci-fi show about artificial intelligence? I'm sorry. But What? Why? How? Who? When? Where?

But this review shouldn't be about season 3 so I stop it here.

It seems like the show runners still don't want Clarke to catch a break, since everybody is hating on her yet again even though it's not her fault at all (Seems like season 3 again?) Not really something new in that regard.

Octavia is bad ass as ever, though everybody seems to be suddenly concerned of her because she killed a guy she absolutely hated... That's something she never did before, right?

The story line of the first episode wasn't really a lot more than the story lines of season 1 and 2 combined. Skikru against everybody else basically for the same f*****g reasons... And yet, it seems like we could get something new in the next episodes, which I'm definitely looking forward to.

But let's just hope that we'll never see an awkward sex scene like the one in this episode ever again.

Don't get me wrong though, I still really enjoyed this one, hence the 7/10. But the repetition is definitely acknowledgable.

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