The 100 (2014– )
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Resurrection 

Clarke begins to question Lexa's leadership decisions and Indra continues to push Octavia. Meanwhile, at Mount Weather, Jasper steps up into the role of leader, and Cage throws Maya into a life threatening situation.

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... Clarke Griffin
... Dr. Abigail Griffin
... Bellamy Blake
... Octavia Blake
... Jasper Jordan
... Raven Reyes (credit only)
... Lincoln
... Monty Green
... Thelonious Jaha (credit only)
... Marcus Kane
... Cage Wallace
... Lexa
... Indra
... Dr. Eric Jackson
... Jacapo Sinclair
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Clarke begins to question Lexa's leadership decisions and Indra continues to push Octavia. Meanwhile, at Mount Weather, Jasper steps up into the role of leader, and Cage throws Maya into a life threatening situation.

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Lexa: Victory stands on the back of sacrifice.
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Couldn't Stop Caring
Written by The Spiritual Machines
Performed by The Spiritual Machines
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Slaughter
9 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

Basically a non-stop action episode. We have the aftermath of the bombing of the camp and the 47-ronin-rising against the Mount Weather people. Nice that "The 100" keeps balancing good and bads everywhere, so we have here the discovery of some nice Mount Weather people. Don't worry that they're all going to hold hands and dance, though. This episode is amazingly brutal.

Back in camp, there's a sniper, and there're a lot of people to rescue. Or not. Abby, Kane, Indra... All three of them have survived, but none of them seem to be to happy about what's going on. Will poor Kane survive? There's a lot of talking too, as characters try to see through the situation, through each other's decisions, through their desires and fears. It's nicely done, and it gives perspective.

But the best part is the uprising at Mount Weather. Jasper and his team are tired of taking it down, and the way they react is pure and unadulterated action. Great choreography, great ideas, great action in general. Some moments are surprising, unexpected, and will not let the viewer rest for even a second. How did they pack so many outstanding moments in just a 40- minute episode is a wonder. It has one or two little missteps, but more than forgivable when you have so much action and so nicely done. Actually it's quite bloody, something the show teases us with constantly. Not for the queasy. In this episode, there will be blood.

Superb level for what was supposed to be just a YA adaptation.


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