Clarke Griffin is a major character in the first and second seasons. She is portrayed by starring cast member Eliza Taylor, and debuts in the series premiere. Clarke is a co-leader of the 100. Clarke also serves as the primary medic for the 100.
She is a kind hearted, smart and extremely strong willed. This is shown when she is fighting to save Jaspers life after he is speared by a grounder. She stands up for what she believes in and usually tries to do what is right and what will save lives.
While on Earth, she often faces opposition and challenges, such as; trying to get to Mount Weather, saving Jasper's life, the truth about her father’s death, problems in and outside of camp, and the struggle with accepting the person she has become.
After the deaths of Wells Jaha and Charlotte, Clarke becomes a co-leader of the 100 alongside Bellamy Blake. While leading, Clarke is forced to make decisions she never wanted to make..
Clarke and her best friend Wells Jaha practice for the Unity Day Celebration. As Thelonious Jaha records their practice, Wells asks his father how the Ark stays in space. Clarke mentions that her dad told her it is the thrusters. Thelonious tells her that her father is correct.
When Clarke is sixteen, she overhears a conversation between her parents, Abigail Griffin and Jake Griffin, discussing the flaw. Clarke learns that life support on the Ark is failing. Later that day, Clarke plays chess with her best friend Wells Jaha. Clarke, distracted by the news, starts losing the game. During that time, Wells notices something is wrong with Clarke and questions her. Clarke swears him to secrecy and tells him about the flaw as well as her father’s plan to go public.
After coming home, Clarke overhears her father making a video to reveal the truth. She confronts him about the truth. She yells at her father and calls him suicidal or dumb because he plans to break into the communications mainframe. Clarke insists on helping him but her father tells her no. Moments later, the door to their home opens and Jake is arrested for treason. Clarke hugs him and promises to warn the people. She struggles with the guards who hold her back as her father is taken away.
That same night, Clarke finds her father before his execution and is able to say one final goodbye before Jake is floated for his crime. Clarke watches as her father is sucked out of the airlock and cries in her mother’s arms. Clarke repeatedly apologizes, thinking her father’s death was her fault. Her mother insists it was not her fault.
Sometime later, Clarke is arrested for treason and sent to juvenile lockup.
In Pilot, Clarke draws a picture on the floor. Two guardsmen enter her room and order Prisoner 319 to face the wall. When Clarke sees the wristband, she protests and escapes her cell. Outside, Clarke’s mother Abigail Griffin appears and reassures Clarke that she is not being executed. Instead she is being sent to the ground. A guardsman shoots Clarke with a tranquilizer.
When Clarke awakes, she finds herself on a Dropship headed for Earth. Clarke discovers that Wells Jaha is also on the dropship and learns that he got himself arrested. With a message from Chancellor Jaha, Clarke learns that their destination is a military base called Mount Weather. While she is strapped in, one of the Delinquents gets out of his chair and floats near Clarke introduces himself as Finn.
After the Dropship lands on Earth, Clarke’s excitement is short lived when she soon realizes that they were dropped on the wrong mountain and that there next meal lies after a radiation soaked forest. Clarke informs the rest of the 100, and Bellamy suggests Clarke and Wells go instead while the rest wait for them to return with supplies. When Clarke notices Finn tried to take his wristband off, she scolds him telling him that the wristbands transmit vital signs to the Ark.
Clarke sets out for Mount Weather with: Finn, Jasper, Monty, and Octavia. Walking through a lush forest, Clarke informs them that The Ark is dying. Clarke admits she was arrested because she and her father planned on going public with the information. Nearing Mount Weather, the group finds a river were Octavia decides to go for a swim. Minutes later, Clarke and the others watch in horror as Octavia is attacked by a sea serpent. Clarke helps scare off the snake off by dropping a large rock into the water. After their run in with the sea serpent, they try to find another way across the river. The next morning, they find a strong vine that will allow them to swing over to the other side. When its Clarke’s turn to cross the river Jasper is struck by a spear. Clarke soon comes to the realization that they're not alone.
In Earth Skills, Clarke races back to camp with Octavia, Finn and, Monty to tell the other delinquents about Jasper and that there are other survivors. Just after she is finished talking Bellamy tells her that he will get her wristband off of her hands. Clarke next plans to go find Jasper with the others. Just when Wells is about to leave with her she says no to him but he insists on going. She says no to Monty and tells him to stay here and figure out The Ark's configuration. Finn Collins shows up and Clarke says that we should leave but he says that its too dangerous and I'm not and everyone else is no going. Clarke gets mad and leaves. When she gets outside Octavia wants to join her but she and Bellamy both say that she should stay and rest because of her leg. When Clarke is done talking to Octavia she turns to Bellamy because he has a gun.
Bellamy does not want to go but Clarke persuades him to come with Murphy. When they all are about to go Finn shows up. Clarke being mad at Bellamy for telling her that he will take her wristband off, leaves with Finn leaving Wells, Murphy and, Bellamy to follow them. Clarke talks to Finn about not reaching Mount Weather and how they won't survive just when Finn finds a water resource. Finn insists Clarke to get in the water and she does. Clarke stares at rocks that has blood and soon realizes that Jasper was there. Clarke and Finn reach the others and they head out to find Jasper. Just when they do Clarke spots an animal and tells Bellamy to shoot it with his gun. Clarke and the others reach back with the animal to eat and with Jasper. Finn and Clarke lastly enjoy animal meat together.
In Earth Kills
Clarke, Wells and Finn are out in the forest looking for a type of antiseptic seaweed that can help with Jasper's condition. She finds some and pulls it out of the river, but acid fog closes upon them. She flees the fog with Wells and Finn, taking cover in a buried vehicle. They wait the fog out. While waiting, Clarke, Finn and Wells talk about fun. This leads to Clarke showing hostility toward Wells. She swigs some alcohol and calms down. The next day, Clarke, Wells and Finn leave the vehicle and return to camp. They were able to save Jasper's life, much to Clarke's happiness. Finn confronts her about the argument in the car the night before and as a result, Clarke decides to ask Wells if he betrayed her secret, realizing that the only other person that knew told the Chancellor.
In Murphy's Law
Clarke is seen with the others attempting to find Wells' murderer. She accuses that Murphy murdered Wells, but he says he didn't. As a result, Murphy is brutally beaten and hung, though he remains alive. Bellamy orders Clarke and Finn to flee with Charlotte and they discover a buried house. When they awaken the next day, Charlotte is gone and Clarke is worried. Her and Finn eventually find out that Bellamy has her. The three run away from the Delinquents rioting and stop at a cliff. Clarke, Finn and Bellamy are confronted by Murphy and his group. Charlotte eventually jumps off the cliff much to Clarke's disappointment and Murphy is banished as a result. It is because of Clarke that Murphy wasn't killed. Later that night, she and Finn have sex in the buried house.
In Twilight's Last Gleaming
Clarke and Finn are sitting in the grass, looking up at the sky and notice a pod falling to the surface. They believe it to be a shooting star, but it is later revealed to be Raven's pod. Clarke notices that Bellamy is gone and she heads to the crash site with Finn. They find Raven and Clarke watches Finn and her embrace each other. This makes Clarke angry. After realizing the radio is gone, Clarke tracks down Bellamy with Raven and Finn. Bellamy is told he didn't kill Chancellor Jaha and Clarke is shocked to realize that was why Bellamy went to Earth. As he withdraws his knife, he is calmed down and Clarke says Bellamy only does what he does for his sister, Octavia.
Bellamy agrees with Clarke and gets a search party created. The party consists of Jones, Connor and a few other Delinquents. Ultimately, Jones finds it and they all return to camp, working together to create some sort of sign of survival directed at the Ark. Clarke stands by Bellamy as they launch the rockets in the air. Clarke's mother Abby and Thelonius Jaha spot the rockets, much to their surprise.
In His Sister's Keeper
Clarke and Raven go on a run together. They head to the buried art store and look around for potential items that can create a radio transmission. While inside, Clarke shows Raven different toys and Raven eventually discovers a miniature statue of a two-headed deer. Raven uses an RC car battery and questions Clarke. The two return to camp and Raven is mad at Clarke. Raven asks if Clarke loves Finn and she says she hardly knows him. Later on, Finn is brought back to camp as he was stabbed by Lincoln's knife. Clarke prepares to tend his wounds.
In Contents Under Pressure
Clarke watches as Raven is able to successfully make a transmission that allows the delinquents to speak with the Ark. Abby talks to her daughter, Clarke and tells her to remove the knife. As Clarke slowly removes the knife, something strikes the dropship. The knife exits Finn's chest and Clarke is relieved. He eventually gets a fever and Clarke is unable to treat it. She climbs up to the room Lincoln is being held in and asks him which potion to use. When he refuses to answer, she cuts herself with his dagger and ultimately get the antidote. Clarke drinks some of it and then gives the remaining amount to Finn. Finn awakens, much to her happiness and Clarke hugs him.
In Day Trip
Clarke is tending to Finn, who is resting, but is called to a tent to speak with her mother. Clarke declines and leaves the tent. Not long after, she talks to Bellamy about going on a supply run and he questions her reasoning. Clarke says she would rather go with someone she dislikes and Bellamy gets his gear. They find an old nuclear war bunker and enter it. Once inside, they find guns and food. Bellamy teaches Clarke how to shoot and takes a lot of rations. Clarke questions him and he reveals that he planned on leaving when the people from the Ark came to Earth. Bellamy ends up eating a nut and begins to hallucinate, Clarke eventually checks on him since he exited the bunker.
When she finds him, a delinquent named Dax is attempting to kill him. Clarke tries to attack him, but is knocked down. She tried shooting him, but misses. Bellamy picks up the bullet and stabs Dax in the neck ,killing him. Clarke and Bellamy then rest under a tree and return to camp, arriving by morning. That morning, Clarke and Bellamy talk to Thelonious Jaha. She wishes for Bellamy's crimes to be erased and they are after he reveals that Commander Shumway wanted him, the chancellor, dead.
In I Am Become Death
Clarke investigates Murphy's return at camp. Bellamy thinks Murphy should be killed, whereas Clarke says that she believes in second chances. She later figures out that Murphy was sent by the Grounders to the camp to infect the Delinquents with a virus he was carrying. She helps treat the campers infected with the disease. Later, the temporary virus passes, but many campers were killed because of it. Clarke, however, makes a full recovery.
In The Calm
Clarke and Finn are captured by Anya and her fellow Grounders on a hunting trip. They demand that Clarke and Finn save Tris' life. Anya threatens that Finn will be killed if Clarke fails to save Tris. Tris dies, Finn is taken away to be killed, Clarke kills a grounder, and runs off. She accidentally runs into a trip wire and is left dangling upside down.
In We Are Grounders (Part 1), Clarke is taken as a prisoner by the Grounders. However, Lincoln manages to help her escape and reunite her with Finn, who was saved by Lincoln, too. The three journey through the Reaper tunnels. Clarke tends to Lincoln's wound. Lincoln leads the Reapers away, giving Finn and Clarke time to escape. When outside of the tunnels, Finn confesses his love for Clarke, but she rejects him because he broke her heart. At the end, the two return safely to camp.
In We Are Grounders (Part 2), Clarke participates in the fight with the Grounders. Later on, she stops the other Delinquents from killing Anya, but takes her as a prisoner. The Mountain Men come with knockout gas that she breathes in. Once she wakes up, she finds herself in a white room. She sees Monty in another room across the hall. It is revealed by a plaque on the wall that she and Monty are in Mount Weather.
In The 48, Clarke breaks free of her quarantine room and threatens Maya with a piece of broken glass and demands she takes her to see Monty. Clarke meets President Wallace and he reunites her with Monty and many other Delinquents in Mount Weather. She also learns that President Wallace is a painter, just like her. She "apologizes" to Maya and steals her key card for an escape plan, however, she is stopped by Maya, Jasper, and some guard members. Dante opens up to Clarke and tells her about how is mother and sister died many years ago due to exposure to the air on Earth. She seems to slightly accept Mount Weather by the end of the episode, and seems happy when Dante sends her canvases and paintbrushes.
In Inclement Weather, Clarke sits on her bed drawing. Jasper approaches her and tries to make small talk. The elevator opens up and they notice that Miller has been released from quarantine. Clarke greets him and tells Miller she is happy he's alive. Minutes later, an alarm is sounded. Worried, Clarke goes to Maya and asks her what is wrong. Maya explains that a team came back but someones injured or dying. Clarke races to the medical level to try and see who the person is.
When Clarke gets to the medical bay, she see that it isn't a Delinquent like she hoped. However, she sees a wound that she believes to be a gun shot wound. As Clarke is escorted out, another man comes into the room covered in burns.
At breakfast, Clarke approaches Dante and asks to see the body of the man with the bullet hole. Dante agrees and takes her to the medical ward. While there, Clarke is shown the exist wound and an arrowhead. Unsatisfied Clarke speculates that the Mountain Men are lying that the man was shot by an arrow. Jasper declares that right now, Clarke is the only danger to the 100.
Later that night, Clarke is left alone and opens up her stitches by cutting her wrist along a steel be frame. After being treated in the medical ward, Clarke discovers that the Mountain Men are draining Grounders of their blood. Clarke also finds Anya and other Grounders locked in cages.
Clarke is a beautiful young woman with pale complexion, blue eyes, a round face, dimple chin, and blonde hair. Her hair is often pulled back in a halfup-halfdown style throughout season one. Clarke is 5'4" (1.65 m) and has a medium to slim physique. Clarke is also shown to wear earrings. Generally, Clarke is covered in dirt and/or blood and she very rarely smiles.
She usually wears thermal long sleeve shirts with crotchet cuffs combined with a jacket, dark jeans, and boots. She is often shown in dark colors such as; black, gray, navy blue, dark green and tan.
While in Mount Weather Quarantine, Clarke was seen in stark white clothing, a tank top and capris. After being released from quarantine, she was seen in pastel colored clothing, a pale pink singlet, a light blue jacket and light blue capris.
Clarke is headstrong, determined, dependable, and intelligent. She will contemplate and ask questions before acting. However, she has been shown to make impulsive decisions. She is also fair, selfless, caring, and loyal to a fault. Even after his death, Clarke shows a high level of devotion and admiration towards her father. She is quick to call people out on their behavior. She has a natural maternal instinct, as shown when she comforts Charlotte and later protects her. While she certainly has a good head on her shoulders, she is quick to accuse, and has displayed poor judgment which resulted in Charlotte’s death.
Despite the harsh world she lives in, Clarke is fiercely determined to save everyone’s lives, even if they do not deserve to be saved; which is evident when she helps John Murphy, who once tried to kill her and is partially responsible for Charlotte’s death. Finn believes her desire to save everyone comes from the fact that she could not save her father. Clarke has a strong moral compass; even to the point of stopping Miller and other Delinquents from killing Anya, their enemy.
Unlike Bellamy Blake, her co-leader, Clarke is idealistic and sees no reason for torture, cruelty, or violence of any kind. She does not wish for violence or war and tries to avoid fighting. However, she will betray her beliefs to protect those she loves and cares for; which is seen when she gives Bellamy the go-ahead to torture Lincoln to save Finn. She also agrees with Bellamy on bringing guns into camp for protection, even if she does not like the thought.
Clarke tries to make the best decisions for the camp, which often leads to her undermining Bellamy’s authority and rule. Clarke has a surprisingly keen mind for warfare and strategy, a trait that takes Bellamy, Finn, and Raven completely by surprise.
Clarke is described as a natural born leader, especially by her mother; who mentions Clarke got her leadership qualities from her father. Clarke’s father once mentions she gets her stubbornness from her mother. She has often shown maturity and wisdom beyond her age. Though Clarke can be rather blunt and closed off, she does have a vulnerable side, which she only shows around those she loves and cares for. Like her mother, she is a healer and puts her skills to good use.
Clarke is also portrayed as artistic, one of her strengths which was seen as she drew along the walls of her cell.
Clarke is Abigail Griffin's daughter. Although the two are not close they both love one another. Before Clarke is sent down to Earth, Abigail tells her to be safe and that she loves her. After, Abigail watches over Clarke's vitals.
While on Earth, Clarke learns the truth about her father's death. This causes a rift between Clarke and her mother. To punish her mother for her father's death, she takes her wristband off, letting Abigail believe her to be dead. When Raven Reyes makes contact with the Ark, Clarke confronts her mother and tells her she knows the truth. Abigail tries to apologizes explain his death was never supposed to happen. Clarke truly believes she will never be able to forgive her mother for turning in her father.
When Clarke believes her mother to be dead, she is devastated.
Clarke is Jake Griffin's daughter. They were very close while he was alive. Even after his death, Clarke speaks highly of her father and shows great devotion to him. Jake's death left her devastated and emotionally scarred. As a memento Clarke continued to wear her father's watch.
Clarke overhears a conversation between her mother and her father and learns the Ark is failing. Clarke learns her father plans to tell the citizens of the Ark. Clarke offered to help with her father's plan but he refused her because he didn't want to involve her. When Jake was arrested and later floated Clarke blamed herself for his death. She believed she killed him by telling Wells Jaha of Jake's plans.
However, Clarke later learns that his death was not her fault. Clarke refuses to forgive her mother for the part she played in Jake's death.
Clarke and Wells Jaha were best friends. They were best friends prior to being sent to Earth. It is shown that their families were close.
One day, Clarke told Wells that her father discovered that the Ark is dying. He promised he would not tell anybody. Later that night, Clarke's father was floated and she developed a hatred for Wells, believing him to have told his father.
Before Wells' death, the truth about Clarke's father's death is revealed. Clarke and Wells never got the chance to fix their friendship, as he was murdered the next morning.
Clarke and Finn Collins start off as friends. They eventually become romantically involved. Although Finn is in love with her, Clarke has refused to be romantically linked to Finn.
Finn accompanies Clarke on the journey to Mount Weather. While on the trip Finn learns that the Ark is dying and tells Clarke they need to warn the people. Later the two bond in the bioluminescent forest.
When Clarke searches for evidence of Jasper's whereabouts, Finn does not accompany her, at first. When he calls it a suicide mission, Clarke calls him a joke and leaves. Later he appears and joins the rescue party.
Clarke, Finn, and Wells look for medicine that can assist Jasper and eventually they are forced to take cover in a buried vehicle when an acidic fog appears. Clarke and Finn bond and talk about having fun. Later on, Finn explains to Clarke that Wells loves her and that she should forgive him. Finn is also quick to realize that it might not have been Wells who turned in Clarke's father. He asks Clarke this, leading her to realize that it wasn't Wells.
When things go wrong in camp, Clarke and Finn keep Charlotte protected after John Murphy seeks revenge for being accused of a crime he didn't commit. Finn leads the two to an underground bunker that he had found. That same night, Finn learns that all of the wristbands have been fried and loses hope that they will not contact the Ark. As a result he runs off to the underground bunker. Clarke follows after him and tries to calm him down. The two end up having sex.
Later that night, Clarke and Finn sit under the stars and see a falling pod, believing it to be a shooting star. Clarke is devastated after Raven Reyes, appears and is revealed to be Finn's girlfriend from the Ark.
The relationship between Clarke Griffin and Bellamy Blake starts out antagonistic towards each other. In the beginning, Bellamy shows a great amount of animosity towards Clarke and considers her to be "privileged". Bellamy looked down on Clarke because of her upbringing on the Ark. Meanwhile, Clarke often disagrees with the decisions Bellamy makes.
However, as season one goes on, their relationship develops into a partnership. Their partnership grows into a friendship filled with mutual respect and trust. They are both shown to care if the other lives or dies.
Bellamy and Clarke have been known to clash on many different occasions. This often leads them to be on the opposite sides of an argument. The two have also been known to contradict one another. One such occasion is when Bellamy makes a speech about staying at camp and fighting the Grounders. Minutes later, Clarke makes a contradicting speech about surviving to fight another day and that they should leave camp.
Clarke shows great concern for Bellamy during the fight with the Grounders. She refuses to close the door until Bellamy is back. When Clarke is forced to leave both Bellamy and Finn Collins outside to die, she is shown to be remorseful as she closes the Dropship door.
Clarke: "I feel the sun on my face. I see trees all around me, the scent of wildflowers on a breeze. It’s so beautiful. In this moment, I’m not stranded in space. It’s been 97 years since a nuclear apocalypse killed everyone on Earth, leaving the planet simmering in radiation. Fortunately, there were survivors. 12 nations had operational space stations at the time of the bombs. There is now only the Ark, one station forged from the many. We’re told the Earth needs another 100 years to become survivable again. Four more space-locked generations, and man can go home, back to the ground. The ground, that’s the dream. This is reality."
Clarke(To Finn): "You're the idiot who wasted a month of oxygen on an illegal spacewalk."
Clarke(To Wells): "They didn't arrest my father, Wells. They executed him. I do hate you."
Clarke(To the 100): "Do you think we care who's in charge? We need to get to Mount Weather not because the Chancellor said so, but because the longer we wait, the hungrier we'll get and the harder this'll be. How long do you think we'll last without those supplies? We're looking at a 20-mile trek, okay? So if we want to get there before dark, we need to leave now."
Clarke(To Finn): "Well, I don't know. Do you want the people you love to think you're dead? Do you want them to follow you down here in two months? Because they won't if they think we're dying."
Clarke: "The Ark is dying. At the current population level, there's roughly 3 months left of life support, maybe."
Clarke: "Everything we thought we knew about the ground is wrong."
Clarke: "You idiots. Life support on the Ark is failing. That's why they brought us down here. They need to know the ground is survivable again, and we need their help against whoever is out there. If you take off your wristbands, you're not just killing them. You're killing us!"
Clarke(To Bellamy): "Because you want them to follow you, and right now, they're thinking only one of us is scared."
Clarke(To Bellamy): "The only way the Ark is gonna think I'm dead is if I'm dead. Got it?"
Clarke(To Finn): "He's stable for now, but without medicine... They're taking off their wristbands for food? No way. I-I won't do it."
Clarke(To Charlotte): "See that bright star up there? That's the Ark orbiting above us. I think whatever happened up there, you know, the pain maybe we can move past that now. Maybe being on the ground is our second chance."
Clarke(To Bellamy): "Sorry if Jasper's an inconvenience to you, but this isn't the Ark. Down here, every life matters."
Clarke(To Octavia): "Octavia, I've spent my whole life watching my mother heal people. If I say there's hope, there's hope."
Clarke(To Finn and Wells): "While we're on the subject, why is it that everyone thinks me wanting Jasper to not die is a bad thing? Like I'm such a downer. I can be fun."
Clarke(To Wells): ""I made a mistake, Clarke." Not good enough. You know, I bet you couldn't wait to run to daddy. Tell him everything so that he'd finally believe you were the perfect son he always wanted."
Clarke(To Jake in a flashback): "You're making a video, so, what? You're gonna break into the communications mainframe? Making you either suicidal or incredibly dumb."
Clarke(To Octavia): "I'm really sorry about Atom."
Clarke(To Wells): "Wells? I know I probably don't deserve it, but I need to know the truth. It was my mom. Wasn't it? She's the one who told your dad. I didn't want to believe it. I-I couldn't. I blamed you because my father's dead and it's my mother's fault. Isn't it? Wells Please."
Clarke(To Jasper): "Thank you for not dying. I don't think I could've taken that today."
Clarke(To Bellamy): "No! We don't decide who lives and dies. Not down here."
Clarke(To Bellamy): "No, I was wrong before, okay? You were right. Sometimes it's dangerous to tell people the truth. But if we're gonna survive down here, we can't just live by "whatever the hell we want". We need rules."
Clarke(To Bellamy): "That's why you took the wristbands. Needed everyone to think we're dead."
Clarke(To Bellamy): "Bellamy, don't you see what this means? You're not a murderer. You always did what you had to do to protect your sister. That's who you are. And you can do it again, by protecting 300 of your people. Where's the radio?"
Clarke(To Finn): "But you wouldn't take off your wristband. You had hope. It's okay, I get it. I was around, passably cute, and now it's over."
Clarke(To Raven): "Nothing. I just... well, if we get the rockets to launch, will they see them from The Ark? "
Clarke(To Bellamy): "I don't know. I hope so. Can you wish on this kind of shooting star?
Clarke(To Raven): "Huh? Oh, uh, yeah. Uh, we saw this two-headed deer our first day on the ground. Welcome to paradise, right?"
Clarke(To Raven): "Do you think I wanted this? I didn't even know you existed. Look, as far as he knew, you were dead, Raven. Or you would have been soon enough. My mom, too, and everyone we ever knew on the Ark, and there was nothing we could do to stop it."
Clarke: "We're doing everything we can to prepare here. We're gathering nuts and berries, curing meats, digging for roots, but the truth is, we'll freeze before we starve."
Clarke(To Thelonious): "I know you both think that betraying my dad, killing him, was an unavoidable tragedy, but I don't see it that way, and I never will. So just tell me who's next and let someone who actually wants to talk to their parents have a turn."
Clarke(To Bellamy): "Well, because right now, I don't feel like being around anyone I actually like."
Clarke(To Bellamy): "I'm not gonna fight you on bringing guns back to camp. I know we need them, but don't expect me to like it."
Clarke(To Bellamy): "That was amazing. Ha! Am I horrible for feeling that?"
Clarke(To Jake in a hallucination): "You want me to say mom did the best she could. This is about what you want. You're dead because of her. She doesn't deserve my forgiveness."
Clarke(To Bellamy): "You're right. I don't want to face my mom. I don't want to face any of it. All I think about every day is who we're gonna keep everyone alive, but we don't have a choice."
Clarke(To The 100): "These are weapons, okay, not toys, and we have to be prepared to give them up to the guard when the Dropships come, but until then, they're gonna help keep us safe."
Clarke(To Thelonious about Bellamy): "Before you do, I'd like to say something. When you sent us down here, you sent us to die, but miraculously, most of us are still alive. In large part, that is because of him, because of Bellamy. He's one of us, and he deserves to be pardoned of his crimes just like the rest of us."