The 100 (2014– )
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Perverse Instantiation: Part Two 

In the second half of the two-part season finale, everyone prepares for a final showdown as they begin to face the reality of their tragic situation in the epic and mind-bending conclusion.


Dean White


Jason Rothenberg (developed by), Kass Morgan (based on the book by) | 4 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eliza Taylor ... Clarke Griffin
Paige Turco ... Dr. Abigail Griffin
Bob Morley ... Bellamy Blake
Marie Avgeropoulos ... Octavia Blake
Devon Bostick ... Jasper Jordan
Christopher Larkin ... Monty Green
Lindsey Morgan ... Raven Reyes
Richard Harmon ... John Murphy
Isaiah Washington ... Thelonious Jaha
Henry Ian Cusick ... Marcus Kane
Michael Beach ... Charles Pike
Alycia Debnam-Carey ... Lexa
Erica Cerra ... A.L.I.E. / Becca
Jarod Joseph ... Nathan Miller
Chelsey Reist ... Harper McIntyre


In the second half Clarke manages to get her mother out of A.L.I.E.'s control. Together they put the flame into Clarke by connecting her to Ontari, the Nightblood. Now knowing how to stop A.L.I.E., Clarke goes to the city of light to shut down A.L.I.E.; but shutting down A.L.I.E. has serious consequences. Written by zabeeb aizaz

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Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi






Release Date:

19 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


At 20:01, in the City of Light, you can see that Scotiabank is operational in the AI program. See more »


During the final fight scene in the Commander's throne room, grounders continually storm into the room, yet there are multiple shots that show the same amount of bodies are always on the floor. See more »


Becca: Define Perverse instantiation
Alie: The implementation of a benign final goal through deleterious methods unforeseen by a human programmer
Becca: The goal isn't every thing Alie, how you reach the goal matters too.
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A lame conclusion to a crappy season
19 May 2016 | by marylin-95257See all my reviews

Love that Lexa was back at least for a while, but the show has become a parody of itself. The plot is messy and the story line is simply convoluted. There is no development nor answers. It was obvious how the episode was overly edited after shooting. It didn't feel like a finale. Bellamy's attempt for redemption is too rushed and honestly absurd at this point since he was looking for a way to forgive himself when he never really accepted the consequences of his actions or admitted that they were wrong. Not surprise that Clarke and Raven were the only ones left alone, in pain and grieving. This show is not progressive as it pretends to be. It is poorly written and stereotypical. In simple words: Not worth watching.

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