He holds out his hand. His fingers are long and strong, somehow they feel safer than the bridge you're standing on.
His face is sunburnt, freckles splashed generously. From birth, he was touched by the sun. You would think Apollo doted on him as a baby; loving him, claiming him
The episode opens with Bellamy and Octavia saying goodbyes. Bellamy's taking his time.
Bellamy: "You gave people hope when there was none. You're Prometheus, stealing fire from the gods and giving it back to the human race."
Octavia: "Prometheus got chained to a rock so that eagles could eat his liver."
The new trailer is up!
Let's see what happens in season 4 of The 100.
It gets a bit hot.
What's Octavia trying to do?
Murphy and Emori have some sweet moments.
Raven seems to be in trouble (of course she's in trouble.)
Remember when ALIE warned Clarke? So what she
Were you surprised when this episode of The 100 opened with Murphy like this:
I'm never surprised, he's had more than his share of abductions and he's one of the main characters in our constantly tortured anti-hero squad.
Titus is a cool guy. He just wants to learn what Sky People know
I love this show for all the reasons other people love this show: Action, adventure, fun storylines (even when they hurt) but the best thing about The 100 has always the challenging stories of wonderful yet fallible, imperfect human beings and watching them get knocked down to get back up
Since it's Valentines Day, here's a little special about some of my favorite characters and how they would show their love.
He insists on cooking for you and feeding you himself, wants to meet you at a museum, always says something poetic, makes sculptures for you, cooks chicken soup and
The 100, "Ye Who Enter Here" was another angsty episode with several betrayals, heartbreaks, deaths and everything else The 100 is all about.
I should warn you, this won't be a serious, informative recap.
The episode starts with Lexa, who wants to talk to Clarke but it's not that easy.
Great question. Clarke?
In season 1 these two established a pretty solid relationship as the leaders of The 100 but this season we've also been getting more concrete moments that could easily be interpreted as "My ship is sailing, yo" but then something happens and it feels like you're lying on the floor,
This episode of The 100 began two days after the previous one's tragedy.
Our leaders/babies were discussing their plans to save the rest of the 47 from Mount Weather with the help of Clarke's map.
Bellamy had concerns about Abby.
Clarke told him he wouldn't be alone in the mission no matter what.
Is there anyone who is not left gaping after every The 100 episode?
Personally, it I felt like I was holding my breath the whole time I was watching this one.
The episode began with Jaha telling his people they were going to die and it was heartbreaking.
Then we were back at