That was fast. Episode two of the season and the show already has poor Bellamy having to take life-and-death decisions. Poor Bellamy should just give up and become a monk but it does for another poignant and difficult moment for the character. And Bob Morley again does a great job in making the character multifaceted.
Otherwise we have the continuation of the aftermath of the City of Light story-line, with some people not very happy with Roan's decisions and wanting to teach him a couple of things about leadership.
The episode is a very solid one, with great rhythm, exceptional distribution of the screen time and really good atmosphere. The new story-lines are there and now we can center on the survival of the human race. And "The 100" again has lots of fun making its characters have to take impossible decisions. Gripping and interesting, it will keep the viewer's interest and leave them wanting for more.
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