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    Well… what an episode! What did you guys think?

    It was interesting to see how more Delinquents managed to survive. I know Monroe fled battle because Bellamy yelled at her to get back to the fox hole but she never showed up again. Now we know why. It is interesting to see Sterling out though. He originally was in a fox hole fighting. I suppose at some time he could have gotten out.

    The return of Tristan was nice! Tristan mentions that 300 of his people died... I think it's safe to say the 100 put up one hell of a fight! Additionally, it was interesting to see Tristan survive the bombing only to be killed by Kane. I have no doubt in my mind that the conflict with the Grounders is not over. It is for now, but once the commander doesn't hear from Anya or Tristan, someone will come looking.

    Did anyone else feel a little let down by Jasper? Last season his character had been so devoted to the 100, Bellamy, Monty, and Clarke. Now he’s loyalty stands with people he think will keep him safe? His PTSD is showing. I hope we see Jasper realize that not all of these Mountain Men are who they say they are.

    What did you guys think of Bellamy’s arrest? I saw it coming. I always figured he would be arrested for trying to kill Jaha. Instead it was for attacking Murphy. I was really disappointed to see Kane take Murphy’s side when he learned the truth. Maybe I read it wrong and maybe he plans to put Murphy on trial for his crimes.

    Speaking of Murphy… I found his back-story just tragic. The poor guy feels like he killed both of his parents. All because of the flu and his station didn't have the medicine to heal him. Although that doesn't make up for his actions on the ground, it’s nice to get to know the character a little more.

    Did anyone else love Clarke in this episode? I love her undying loyalty to leave this place and get back to those they left behind. To me, Clarke is the only sane delinquent right now. But I understand. They are just kids and many of them didn't sign up to be killed by Grounders.

    Anyone else notice that Anya was missing? I hope we see her again soon.

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    • I loved every minute of it, I wish it was longer!

      The main reason I can see why the Mt. Weather people are keeping them in is (if it's true that they really still can't survive the radiation) that they're going to try and find a way to use the DNA of those "immune" to it so they could "find a cure" for themselves or somehow finally survive it.. with or without their participation, most likely. President Wallace and the whole place just gives off that "good-but-most-likely-immoral-or-evil" vibe.

      I agree about Clarke; while to them, Clarke's just being the paranoid, she's clearly the one who's still thinking straight and not blinded by the pleasures these people are providing. I definitely think the President's gonna try really hard to make Clarke feel at home to get her to drop her insurgence, which I don't think she will any time soon, but I can definitely see her keeping up an act to appease the guy until she could find a way to get out. But I do think once the others see through the glamour they're being presented with, and once they maybe see definitive proof of bad things in the mountain, some of them will begin acting up, too. But for now, to be fair, they have been through so much that the place would seem like paradise to them.

      I was so happy to see the Ark people. Poor Abby though; she can't seem to catch a break and just finally reunite with Clarke. I wonder how long they're going to play out the separated-groups thing; with the focus shifting between stories a lot more now than last season (whereas it used to just mainly be 2, with the 100 and the Ark, now there's Mt. Weather, Octavia & Lincoln, the new Ark people, Jaha, etc.). I hope not too long though, I'd love for all the Ark people to regroup ASAP.

      Also, I kind of want the teens to show the newcomers that they can't just be in charge of them just like that after everything that's happened. I saw some promo stuff talking about that, so I'm looking forward to seeing that tackled. Meanwhile, Kane has grown into a character I've come to like, so I hope this season doesn't change that or make him revert back to his early season 1 douchebaggery.

      And yeah, I wanted to see Anya, too (I love Dichen Lachman!). I've seen her in a bts preview clip with Clarke at one point, and I'm looking forward to seeing her back. Also the thing with Jaha: I was not expecting that! I knew there was gonna be someone else up there, but I was not expecting a baby! :o

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    • I think that President Wallace wants to incorporate their gene pool into Mount Weather. It's very clear that Mount Weather has it's problems. Like the blood transfusion Maya gets just got being near Clarke. I think Dante wants to try and strengthen the next generation of Mountmen so they can live on the surface. What better way than breed the 100 with his own people? Either that or they want to experiment using their immune systems to try and survive radiation.

      I love that Dante explained how the 100 and Arkers survived in space with being exposed to so much radiation.

      Clarke's not going to give up anytime soon. I have no doubt she's "playing nice". I have a feeling she will eventually get Jasper and the others to start realizing who the Mountain Men are. Once Jasper is on her side, most of the other delinquents might follow. On a side note, I'd love to see more delinquents. Did anyone see Miller? I didn't.

      I'm not too worried about the Abby Clarke reunion. It will happen and words will be exchanged i'm sure. XD

      I haven't seen the promo about the adults trying to take over but I have read about it. I have a feeling Bellamy will fight that tooth and nail. Once Clarke and the others are back, they'll fight it too. I think Finn might act a little rebellious but only to get Clarke and the others back.

      I knew that someone was going to be up there with Jaha. I just did not expect it to be a baby! I thought it might have been Reese, or another young child. I hope the baby wasn't "in his head" as some are thinking. I hope he really does find a baby. If he does this will fuel him to try and get to the ground.

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      1. Ooh, that could be!
      2. Me, too! I liked the explanation, it actually made quite some sense.
      3. Yeah, either him or Monty. Every time I saw Monty this ep, I always thought he'd be the one more likely to agree with Clarke first.
      4. Agreed, and agreed.
      5. Ha, yeah! I don't think I can take Jaha hallucinating (though come to think about it, it's possible) the baby. Have you read about where Jaha ends up after? :\
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    • I was happy we learned more about the radiation stuff. It made sense, the way they explained it.

      I am a bit sad for Jasper. He's really clinging to this idea of a perfect world where no grounders can spear him, but its all a facade and i'm sad they have to go through that dissapointment soon.

      Kane's behaviour was totally to be predicted. I think we will see more of Kane like he was in the beginning of Season One. He'll remind people why they didn't like him in the beginning. Only now he's not pushing aside the chancellor of the Ark, but the King on the ground. The Adults and Delinquents-reunion went like I expected mostly. The only reaso I rather liked Kane is for killing Tristan...

      Speaking of Kings, I was happy to see Bellamy alive. Although lets be honest we all knew he'd survive. Same goes for Finn, to me. I do have gained a bit more liking for Finn, the way he was defending Bellamy to Kane and his concern for Raven... 

      The thing i'm mostly unsatisfied with is Maya. I don't know why, but I don't like her. She's not the type of girl for Jasper. Maybe for dillusional jasper, but not for the real Jasper. And I would have liked Jasper way better with a girl like Kieran, smart and joyfull.

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    • I really enjoyed the episode, it was really epic in its own right.

      1: my love for Clarke grew ten folds, she's the only one thinking straight atm, she's not fooled by appearances , and she rightfully shouldn't, Wallace is just trying to get in the 48 good graces, so they let him use their blood for DNA experiments, but I kinda wonder why did Maya need blood transfusion, and whose blood was it? I believe they'll bleed the 48 of their blood just to make their people immune to the ground.

      2: am surprised no one has mentioned the monster Octavia saw, either he's a human effected badly by radiation, or they'll delve into some interesting mythology...which am all for :p

      3: I LOL when Bellamy gave his speech abt being worriers then he found himself all alone against Tristan, nonetheless, he still have leadership qualities, and Kane had no right to treat him that way, since he doesn't know how the 100 survived down there, I hope Bellamy and Finn get out soon.

      4: I literally panicked abt that infant voice, I mean, who is s/he, and why did his parents leave him there...I hope Jaha rescue him/her, and hopefully motivate him to try to survive.

      5: that picture of Jaha's son Wells gave me the creeps, and the slightest doubt that he may still be alive.

      all in all, it's was very enjoyable way to kick off the season.

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    • I have no idea about who's blood it was that Maya got. It could very well be someone from Mount Weather. I don't think they would start using Delinquent or even Grounder blood just yet. Maybe they do experiments with their blood. That could be where Anya is. Getting experimented on.

      I don't think anyone's mentioned it because we know so little about it right now. Lincoln thinks Octavia is delusional right now but she's actually not. I think these people might be humans who where mutated or maybe lab experiments. Who knows maybe these people were the ones who speared Jasper and not the Grounders. :O

      I loved Bellamy's little speak and actually expected Monroe not to follow him. Monroe left the fox hole before the fighting even started. I think she is a deserter of war. As for Sterling, he was fighting and did for a bit, but I think at some point he might have lost hope and deserted as well. I hope that's not the case with him. I hope he was honest about trying to find the Arkers.

      I don't think the parents left their child behind willingly. I have a feeling this child's parents died during the uprising or because of lack of oxygen.

      The picture of Wells actually made me sad. Jaha is still grieving the loss of his only son. He expects to die and be reunited with him. Now that's not the case.

      Wells isn't alive anymore. It has been confirmed by show creator Jason that Charlotte killed him the same what Clarke killed Atom. he would have choked on his own blood. It was also shown in the episode that he was buried by the delinquents in Murphy's Law. Clarke also mentions that he is dead in Contents Under Pressure. The only way to bring him back, would be to make him an undead creature... maybe that creature in the woods... ;)

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    • ^ thanks for replying! :) I totally agree btw, this will be hell of a season!

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    • What an incredible episode!

      I actually at first fell for the Mountan Men's "hospitality" act. But I agree with the other theories that the Mountain Men are going to try to use The 100/Sky People for their own benefit. And eventually Clarke needs to lead them out of there. I also love the rivalry building between Maya and Clarke. That's gonna be awesome.

      I don't like how everyone is gonna be clean and pampered now. I thought Mt. Weather was going to be super clean and slick (Sort of like The Ark) But it for me it was way to fancy, formal, it almost felt like Christmas. (Not what I was expecting)

      Also, I was surprised when Kane came to the rescue and shot down Tristan. However, it would of been more awesome if it was Charlotte who came and saved Bellamy. That would of been the perfect spot to bring her back in.

      I think Lincoln/Octavia situation is just gonna be extra and they're not gonna have any connections to the Arkers or The 100 for a while.

      Can't wait for next week!

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    • I actually think that Lincoln and Octavia might run into the 100 sooner than we think. Finn believes that it was the Grounders who took their people. Bellamy seems to agree with him. They are probably going to try and find the Grounder village. As of right now, Lincoln and Octavia are at the Grounder village. That's not to say that Finn and Bellamy will mess them, because they could. But if they don't miss them, it could lead up to a reunion for the characters. Which is what this season is all about.

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    • I thought that the episode was pretty great. 

      I don't quite get Clarke's absolute determination to escape though. Because right now there's not really too much of a reason to suspect something is amiss and even if she is completely certain it is, why did she continually attempt to escape without much planning? She just made the Mountain Men suspicious of her and even more likely to continually watch her, thus making any future escapes harder. I really think she should have just tried to learn more before going off and trying to escape.

      Kane is awesome. That's all. He's simply awesome.

      I'm glad to see Monroe and Sterling. I was a little worried that the show would just forget about the lesser important characters from Season one. Now those worries are gone. Though I do wish we saw Miller...

      There's tons of factions in this show. The 100, the Arkers, Mountain Men, unfriendly Grounders, possible friendly Grounders, Reapers, and those monsters. Tons.

      That baby Jaha found is an alien. Until proved otherwise I'm sticking with this theory. Totally an alien.

      I like Murphy even more now. Especially since the only thing he did wrong before, besides for being a jerk, was kill some people who wanted to kill him first.

      And where is Anya? Locked up by the Mountain Men or something? I wouldn't be surprised if they were experimenting on her or something like that.

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    • I do agree about Miller. He was one of those people i'd love to have seen pop up.

      About the baby, it might be a hallucination tho. He was sleep deprived, oxygen isn't the best... He just stared at Wells picture and then he hears a baby. I don't know about it... But an alien could also work :p

      I do think the MM are testing Anya. The Delinquents were quarantained but released. Anya is far more intruiging for the MM, so they are probably experimenting on her far more.

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    • For Clarke, I think she just wants to get back to the people she left behind. She wants to go bury Finn and Bellamy, clean up camp and basically go home. To her Mount Weather is not her home and she doesn't feel safe there. It's silly but I have a feeling she'd feel safer in the camp waiting for Grounders to attack because that's all she's known since being on Earth. So for these Mountain Men to suddenly be kind and helpful her first reaction is to reject it.

      In the end, I have a feeling it will be Clarke, Anya, and possibly Jasper and Maya who break the 100 out. I hope Millers among the possible break out helpers. I don't see Bellamy, and Finn doing it because they believe the Grounders have the 100. They are going in the wrong direction.

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    • Yes, plus Bellamy is like, arrested and all. I do think that Finn might come around.

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    • Do you guys think that Octavia is going to die?

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    • Oh goodness no! I hope not at least. That would destroy Bellamy and Lincoln. :(

      I think Octavia is strong and will pull through. I'm worried about Raven. She's not doing so hot right now and needs to have surgery.

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    • I think Octavia showed strenght in the past episode. She really surprised me with how she handled the wound and the poison and all... She was always a though one, but she actually showed that her time with Lincoln payed off.

      My opinion...

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    • I agree with both of you. I really hope niether of them die. It's just the first episode of the second season and it's already so intense lol. 

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    • why does everyone like bellamy now? just because he became less of jerk he's a likeable character

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    • why does everyone assume the mt weather people are evil, yes it does seem too good be true but maybe the writers of the show want you to think that. honestly why is clarke trying to escape whats she going to do that the mt weather search party can't?

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    • 108.185.11.7 wrote:
      why does everyone assume the mt weather people are evil, yes it does seem too good be true but maybe the writers of the show want you to think that. honestly why is clarke trying to escape whats she going to do that the mt weather search party can't?

      Not to spoil anything, but Jason did say that Mount Weather was too good to be true. They are keeping things from the 100. Although they're not thé big bad this season, they are definetly antagonists.

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    • I have never not liked Bellamy. I understand that some of the things he did were a little extreme and even down right selfish. However, I understand why he did the things he did. Same with Murphy, Charlotte, Raven, Abby, Finn, Jasper and Clarke. They have all done things that have been questionable and made the audience want to hate them.

      Mount Weather is not evil. Jason has even said so himself. Mount Weather are just like the Grounders. Some good some bad. Some with their own plans and others who are honest. It's not hard to figure out why Dante would need the 100. He needs them to stay in Mount Weather so that his people can survive. You have to remember that the gene pool in Mount Weather is getting very limited. No new genes have been introduced and yes, this would have happened on the Ark too.

      At some point new genes need to be introduced or you are going to have problems. Now that the Mountain Men know the Ark is down and their are survivors from it, I don't see why they wouldn't try and bring them into their society. Not only for the chance to increase the gene pool but to also study them. Think about it.

      The "Sky people" have lived in space for 97 years. Exposed to MORE radiation than what was on Earth and they have survived. Scientists would want to study this. They would want to try and take samples from the 100 and figure out if their could be away for the Mountain Men to go back to the surface without dying.

      I have a feeling that they are conducting experiments on how to survive radiation.

      As for Clarke wanting to escape, I said it before. She just wants to get back to the people she left behind. She wants to go bury Finn, Bellamy, and everyone else who died, clean up camp and basically go home. To her Mount Weather is not her home and she doesn't feel safe there.

      Clarke probably feels safer in the camp waiting for Grounders to attack because that's all she's known since being on Earth. So for these Mountain Men to suddenly be kind and helpful her first reaction is to reject it. As Clarke said, "This is too good to be true". There is no way Dante and the Mountain Men are allowing the 100 to stay without ulterior motives.

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    • Why did the mountain men take everyone from the dropship apart from raven?

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    • The next morning, you see almost every Delinquent come out of the Dropship. So I speculate the Mountain Men never entered the Dropship. There for they never saw her. Either that or she was considered a "lost cause" and left behind.

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    • 92.25.197.157 wrote:
      Why did the mountain men take everyone from the dropship apart from raven?

      We don't know that.

      It's possible they thought she was dead. Or she was not valuable for them to take with them.

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    • It was amazing. I loled about Jasper's enthusiasm to the cake. (Or pie, whatever). Clarke was definitely overreacting, though. I don't blame her. If I'd been through everything she's been through, I would be a bit skeptical if there was suddenly apparent safety.

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    • "Speaking of Murphy… I found his back-story just tragic. The poor guy feels like he killed both of his parents. All because of the flu and his station didn't have the medicine to heal him. Although that doesn't make up for his actions on the ground, it’s nice to get to know the character a little more."

      Yes. That was a good touch. It gave us a bit of insight into what made Murphy into the [insert derisive tern of your choice here] people seem to consider him to be. And like you said, it may not excuse some of the things he's done since making landfall, but it helps us understand some of it. That's always better than a "two-dimensional jackass" character.

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    • Yeah, I don't know why Raven was such a b*tch to him. I mean, even though she had been shot by him, when he was doing nothing in the dropship, she said "why do you have to be such a d*ck, Murphy?" He wasn't being a d*ck then. And then, when he'd revealed his backstory, she said sarcastically "Boo-hoo." As in, really Raven? She was being more of a d*ck than Murphy was at that point in time. And when she called him a murdering psychopath, he hadn't killed anyone, but she'd just killed a Grounder? Odd. 

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    • You seem to have forgot that he killed both Connor and Myles. That is why she thinks he's such a d*ck. Also, he shot Raven for trying to help Bellamy, put a delinquent in the fire to make it look like people were dying, was suspected for killing Wells, hunted down Charlotte, captured Jasper, hung Bellamy, wasted a lot of gunpowder to escape from the dropship, was so selfish he made his way back to camp to be with the girl he put in critical condition so he wouldn't die alone and didn't confess he was a phycho killer when Kane arrested Bellamy. And he also told the Grounders "everything".

      And Raven killed that Grounder in self defence.

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    • To @Dr. Legendary:

      1. He killed Myles and Connor, however, you have to keep in mind that they tried to kill him. And they tried to murder an INNOCENT person (Murphy had not killed Wells). Murphy killed two people who weren't all that innocent. They tried to kill him and even though they didn't succeed they still had lost their innocence for just trying. Now, it wasn't right for Murphy to kill them because as Clarke had said "Revenge isn't justice", but what Murphy did to them was the SAME thing they had done to him.

      2. He did not put the Delinquent IN the fire. He put her NEAR the fire. There was a huge difference. I agree he was being a dick when he did that, however, Bellamy ALLOWED it to happen. He didn't try to stop it. Bellamy's just as guilty as Murphy was at that moment.

      3. He hunted down Charlotte because it was partially her fault that he was hung and almost killed. It didn't make it okay but he was traumatized by what had just happened to him and filled with anger. He just lost his mind. I don't blame him for being scared and mad.

      4. Bellamy was hung because of his selfish choice to hang Murphy to begin with. He didn't even apologize afterwards. He only apologized to Murphy when he was close to death. But that apology meant nothing.

      5. He had to escape the dropship. If he hadn't, Bellamy would have killed him.

      6. He told the Grounders "everything" because he was tortured. And why try to save the people who hung and tried to kill you for something you didn't do in the first place? If you were Murphy, would you have honestly wanted to protect the people who were the reason you ended up hanged, almost killed, banished, captured by the Grounders, and tortured? I would also like to point out that Murphy did NOT tell the Grounders about the land mines. He could have, however, he chose not to. That proves that he still slightly cared about everyone at the camp. And at first, he must not have told the Grounders what they wanted to know because he was in the prison camp for three days.

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    • Excellent points Omega.

      OK, when he was holding that girl's face over the fire, he did seem to be enjoying it a bit more than he needed to, but other than that, I agree with everything else you posted. I couldn't have said it better myself, and you brought up a few things I think I'd have missed.

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    • To @TheOmegaWerewolf

      1) Well, if you think about it, 100 were sent to Earth because they aren't innocent. They were prisoners are they committed a crime.

      2) Just because he was allowed to do whatever the hell he wanted, doesn't mean he should. And yes FloaterJ, he looked like he was enjoying himself while he was holding that person over the fire.

      3) If anyone, he should've been hunting Bellamy because he let her kill, taught her to kill, said she'd be a good killer, and led the crowd that was hanging Murphy.

      4) Everybody thought it was Murphy who killed Wells because Clarke blamed him in front of everyone.

      5) Murphy was hung when there was no laws, and almost a month later, there was punishments for peoples inactions. The other people hung him because they thought they should. Murphy hung Bellamy out of anger so he should've stayed. And he used a bomb to get out that could've been used to ward off incoming Grounders, and he therefore could've actually saved the lives of his people.

      6) Yes he was tortured and told the Grounders almost every little secret the Delinquents had. However, Lincoln was also tortured and he didn't say a word to anyone but Octavia. Bellamy hung Lincoln up for days still standing with his arms out and started stabbing him and he still stayed silent. Murphy was tied to a tree for a few days sat down, and we don't know how much or how little Tristan and the others tortured him

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    • Uh-oh. Looks like I've started a rather heated debate.

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    • Dr. Legendary wrote: To @TheOmegaWerewolf

      1) Well, if you think about it, 100 were sent to Earth because they aren't innocent. They were prisoners are they committed a crime.

      2) Just because he was allowed to do whatever the hell he wanted, doesn't mean he should. And yes FloaterJ, he looked like he was enjoying himself while he was holding that person over the fire.

      3) If anyone, he should've been hunting Bellamy because he let her kill, taught her to kill, said she'd be a good killer, and led the crowd that was hanging Murphy.

      4) Everybody thought it was Murphy who killed Wells because Clarke blamed him in front of everyone.

      5) Murphy was hung when there was no laws, and almost a month later, there was punishments for peoples inactions. The other people hung him because they thought they should. Murphy hung Bellamy out of anger so he should've stayed. And he used a bomb to get out that could've been used to ward off incoming Grounders, and he therefore could've actually saved the lives of his people.

      6) Yes he was tortured and told the Grounders almost every little secret the Delinquents had. However, Lincoln was also tortured and he didn't say a word to anyone but Octavia. Bellamy hung Lincoln up for days still standing with his arms out and started stabbing him and he still stayed silent. Murphy was tied to a tree for a few days sat down, and we don't know how much or how little Tristan and the others tortured him

      Well, he most likely only hunted down Charlotte instead of Bellamy because how far would he get trying to kill Bellamy? Bellamy was respected by the other Delinquents and they thought of him as their leader. If Murphy tried to hang Bellamy, they probably would have killed him. So, he decided to try and kill Charlotte because he knew not many people would defend her. Which, they didn't. Only Clarke, Finn, and Bellamy had protected Charlotte. Some others even volunteered to help Murphy go and hunt her down and later kill her.

      Yes, it's partially Clarke's fault, as well. She should have listened to Bellamy and kept her mouth shut, however, if there were rules to begin with and if Bellamy didn't let anyone do whatever the hell they wanted whenever the hell they wanted, then the situation most likely could have been avoided. And it's not just that, it's the fact that Bellamy hung Murphy (partially knowing that it wasn't him who killed Wells) just so the others would respect him and listen to him. He didn't hang Murphy because he thought he killed Wells, he hung Murphy because he was making another selfish choice.

      Yes, Lincoln didn't say anything to anyone but Octavia, however, a couple points I would like to make:

      1) Lincoln was years older than Murphy. Murphy is just a teenager. It's obvious that Murphy would break and tell his enemies everything before Lincoln did.

      2) Lincoln was trained his whole life how to be a warrior and if Lincoln told his enemies everything then his clan would think he was weak and he would probably be killed for being a traitor. Murphy was not trained to be a warrior like Lincoln was. You seem to have forgotten that the Sky People and Grounders grew up living two very different ways. So, it's not really fair to compare Murphy (a scared teenager who just didn't want to die) to Lincoln (a tough warrior who was trained all of his life).

      3) When I said Murphy was tortured for 3 days I wasn't referring to when Tristan had him tied to the tree. I was referring to the time before he made his way back to camp in "I Am Become Death". He admits that he was tortured in that episode. And in "Inclement Weather" he says that the Grounders had him in their prison camp, where he was tortured for 3 days.

      4) Bellamy did NOT keep torturing Lincoln for days after "Contents Under Pressure". He just had Lincoln tied up so he could not escape. After the antidote was handed over, nobody did anything more to him. So, I don't really know where you got the "Bellamy hung Lincoln up for days still standing with his arms out and started stabbing him" from. Because that is false.

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    • "Well, he most likely only hunted down Charlotte instead of Bellamy because how far would he get trying to kill Bellamy? Bellamy was respected by the other Delinquents and they thought of him as their leader. If Murphy tried to hang Bellamy, they probably would have killed him. So, he decided to try and kill Charlotte because he knew not many people would defend her. Which, they didn't. Only Clarke, Finn, and Bellamy had protected Charlotte. Some others even volunteered to help Murphy go and hunt her down and later kill her."


      Exactly. Bellamy is popular among the otherts. Therefore, he can do whatever the hell he wants, up to and including murder. Murphy is not well liked, so they were ready to string him up, facts be damned. Charlotte...who was she to any of them? Nobody. So, they also had no problem hanging her to watch the life drain from her eyes.

      Just like the real world: Popular people can commit atrocities and nobody blinks, maybe even blame the victim. Less popular, not so.

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    • "Just like the real world: Popular people can commit atrocities and nobody blinks, maybe even blame the victim. Less popular, not so."

      I've always found it unfair that famous people get little if any punishment for the crimes regular people would be in prison for the rest of their lives for.

      Also, if Murphy did hunt and kill Bellamy, not Charlotte, he should've been allowed to as he was allowed to do whatever the hell he wanted, whenever the hell he wanted.

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    • Not sure if anyone still checks this, but here it goes:

      Why are the mountain men so worried about someone opening the door when they obviously open the doors to let scouts go out? If I were Clarke I would have instantly called BS on them. They admittedly go outside but then turn around and say it is not possible to go out? They had to bring the 48 into the facility.

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    • M4thw1z1980 wrote:
      Not sure if anyone still checks this, but here it goes:

      Why are the mountain men so worried about someone opening the door when they obviously open the doors to let scouts go out? If I were Clarke I would have instantly called BS on them. They admittedly go outside but then turn around and say it is not possible to go out? They had to bring the 48 into the facility.

      Well they have hazmat suits to keep safe outside, and most likely have airlocks so the radiation is contained. Basically how the people of the Ark were able to float around in space without taking all the air out of the station by opening a door.

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