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  • I.Think.I.Forgot.How.To.Breathe.

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    • ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ x1000000000000000

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    • I can't speak

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    • i completely missed the clexa knife scene that was supposed to be in this ep because my internet blew up on me and i'm going to be forever salty about missing it

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    • Did Monty's mom just die?

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    • Skyzy wrote:
      Did Monty's mom just die?

      Wait . . . WHAT? Was she in Mount Weather??? 

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    • Kane and Abby discuss how she moved the Farm Station survivors into MW and then Pike says there are 63 people in MW.

      (I hope that means Nyko and Jackson aren't there.)

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    • Aw, poor Monty . . .

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    • Soooo, since I've calmed down now (ha, that's a lie), let's start the discussion.

      Anyone else think that little boy (Aden, is it??) has more importance than was recognized in this episode going forward? Lexa said that he was "better" then her when she was his age. I feel as though that was some sort of foreshadowing, but for what I haven't figured out just yet.

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    • And WOW I honestly didn't know I could hate Echo as much as I do. 

      She seemed so promising . . . :'(

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    • Thewritersdiary wrote:
      Soooo, since I've calmed down now (ha, that's a lie), let's start the discussion.

      Anyone else think that little boy (Aden, is it??) has more importance than was recognized in this episode going forward? Lexa said that he was "better" then her when she was his age. I feel as though that was some sort of foreshadowing, but for what I haven't figured out just yet.

      She specifically mentioned the "Conclave" in reference to both her and Aden. Either it's something all young people go through in becoming warriors or maybe the "Nightbloods" are the next reincarnated leaders of the Trikru?

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    • Thewritersdiary wrote:
      And WOW I honestly didn't know I could hate Echo as much as I do. 

      She seemed so promising . . . :'(

      I was thinking she sent Bellamy to Polis because she was trying to save his life.

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    • Skyzy wrote:
      Thewritersdiary wrote:
      And WOW I honestly didn't know I could hate Echo as much as I do. 

      She seemed so promising . . . :'(

      I was thinking she sent Bellamy to Polis because she was trying to save his life.

      Oh, I thought she sent all of them so no one would capture the assassin . . . but I suppose you could be right.

      Still leaves a bad taste in my mouth, though. 

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    • Skyzy wrote:

      She specifically mentioned the "Conclave" in reference to both her and Aden. Either it's something all young people go through in becoming warriors or maybe the "Nightbloods" are the next reincarnated leaders of the Trikru?

      I was thinking it might have something to do with reincarnation, too, except it's still so unclear. I'm sure it will be better explained in episodes to come.

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    • probably has to do something with the process of choosing the commander

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    • I hope Monty's Mom Hannah wasn't in MW! I loved Echo before now want her dead what a traitorous bitch! Poor Bellamy he tries so hard and keeps getting screwed and not in a good way! I loved that Lexa bowed before Clarke and swore fealty to her! But I feel that a romance now is out of the question since they are both too important to lose now! The Ice Nation has started a war! I hope Bellamy can cope with the loss of Gina and not descend into Hell like Jasper! This show kills it every episode is better then the last! If we get a season 4 the CW will have to issue Nitroglycerin to fans ahead of time!!!

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    • Is Indra the ambassador for trikru? If so, are we assuming she is the only ambassador that was not present at the end of the episode?

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    • Titus said he was the Flemklem (sorry, I spelled that so wrong) for the 4 previous Commanders. Do you think a (I won't even make an attempt at spelling it) is like a monk or something for the Conclave? He dresses like one.

      And Nightbloods? What are they, vampires?

      Polis was awesome, as was the IQ. She probably returns Emerson back to the Capitol when she's done using him, seeing as (in the trailer) he makes it back to prison somehow. Unless she does let him go (which I find very hard to believe) and he just happens to ge recaptured. I guess he could have tried to take off on his own, too, though.

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    • Skyzy wrote:

      Thewritersdiary wrote:
      Soooo, since I've calmed down now (ha, that's a lie), let's start the discussion.

      Anyone else think that little boy (Aden, is it??) has more importance than was recognized in this episode going forward? Lexa said that he was "better" then her when she was his age. I feel as though that was some sort of foreshadowing, but for what I haven't figured out just yet.

      She specifically mentioned the "Conclave" in reference to both her and Aden. Either it's something all young people go through in becoming warriors or maybe the "Nightbloods" are the next reincarnated leaders of the Trikru?

      I'm sure only one warrior is chosen. She just tests out many different ones to see who's the best fit for the job.

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    • TheOmegaWerewolf wrote:

      Skyzy wrote: She specifically mentioned the "Conclave" in reference to both her and Aden. Either it's something all young people go through in becoming warriors or maybe the "Nightbloods" are the next reincarnated leaders of the Trikru?

      I'm sure only one warrior is chosen. She just tests out many different ones to see who's the best fit for the job.


      I was meaning not just the next Commander, but maybe the next military leaders and chiefs. We don't know yet how they get chosen, either.

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    • Perhaps, the Nightbloods are linked to the commanders because how Lexa said "he's better than I was when I was his age" makes me believe she went through the same process as Aden is right now. Perhaps once you are part of the Nightbloods then you are eligible to be the next commander. Even though we can assume that if Lexa were to die, her spirit would find someone to take her place, what if they already know that it will  "choose" one of the Nightbloods? That would make it a lot easier to find who is the true commander. I wouldn't be surprised if it was somehow linked with A.L.I.E. and the City of Light either. Apparently there was an infinity sign somewhere in Polis (A.L.I.E.'s symbol). Maybe all Nightbloods are chipped or something, so A.L.I.E. can access them through the City of Light, therefore choosing the commander.

      I just have a feeling that A.L.I.E. has something to do with this so-called "reincarnation". But this is probably still farfetched.

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    • Also, can I just say YES! to Kane getting branded instead of Abby???

      I don't care that much about the branding - or at least haven't collected my thoughts enough to form an opinion about it - but the key phrase in that sentence was, "instead of Abby".

      I am so onboard for Kane to lead at Camp Jaha instead of her. Let her be a doctor. God knows she'll never excell at the other job.

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    • She's not even a very good doctor at that.... *cough*Jasper*cough*

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    • to the nightbloods naming: lexa is referred to the "commander of blood" in that grounder song thing. might have something to do with that. i have no idea why they have night in front of their name though.

      still not over the bowing scene.

      my respect for kane has been rising steadily throughout the past 2 seasons (ahh i remember the days when i used to hate him with a burning passion) and now he's one of my favorite characters. kane's freaking great.

      still don't care about abby either way. she's a weed.

      can we talk about bellamy? i'm so worried about bellamy. he was mindblowing in season 2 and now i just...nyeh. i just don't want him to start following pike :/// he reverted back to some of that season 1 "putting up walls" shtick during the throne room scene.

      roan was pretty great as usual. can't wait to see him in the next episode; he should be getting a lot more screentime.

      STOP HURTING RAVEN. STOP.

      gina and raven had SUCH brotp potential. but nope, she ded. ;A;

      nia. holy crap, man. she's like...she's like some evil queen sitting atop a throne of thorns in the middle of a dark and creepy forest. she even has the wild hair. i'm really looking forward to her entrance in episode 4.

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    • The entire opening scene between Lexa & Clarke - WTF!!!!

      I liked how Lexa showed the Ice Nation emissary and the other clan leaders that she wasn't weak. Sweet! She even had a slight smile on her face.

      Octavia??? Poor girl is so confused its ridiculous.

      I figured that assassin was in MW and not Polis. Nice strategy by the IN of using Echo to lure the strongest members from the rest of the pack.

      Clarke fought her mother for leadership in S2 what's to become of Kane??

      Wait a minute - Indra & Octavia - that's it??? I hope not. Confusing the girl even more.

      To all the ones clamoring for Emerson to be redeemed, saved etc - see which side he's on? I'm happy about the side/position he's chosen. And, it makes perfect sense since Clarke and her people killed his, and Lexa with the help of Clarke has been untouchable. What he doesn't realize is that the IN will kill him without much thought if they succeed in taking over the coalition for all the Grounder blood on his hands.

      Will Jason & his writers let Lexa live up to her promise??? I just hope they don't get lazy with their writing and have Clarke betray Lexa.

      I think the 'Nightbloods' are the guards of Polis who are trained for their positions from an earlier age or the Commanders personal bodyguards.

      Overall, nice episode.

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    • Milks26 wrote:

      To all the ones clamoring for Emerson to be redeemed, saved etc - see which side he's on? I'm happy about the side/position he's chosen. And, it makes perfect sense since Clarke and her people killed his, and Lexa with the help of Clarke has been untouchable. What he doesn't realize is that the IN will kill him without much thought if they succeed in taking over the coalition for all the Grounder blood on his hands.

      I love this direction they're taking him in and I'm even on his (and Octavia's) side that the Sky People should never have moved into that mountain.

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    • Trust me, I love move Emerson made to. Hope it leads to his end.

      I remember Octavia having objections to the move, but I don't think Emerson said anything about that yet. SP moving into MW would always lead to trouble. They should've just taken the supplies (seriously how could they not) and leave well enough alone. But, its tv show, so, I anticipated that storyline since last year.

      Kane and Abby discuss how she moved the Farm Station survivors into MW and then Pike says there are 63 people in MW.

      Pike said there was 36 in MW at the start of the epi

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    • Milks26 wrote:
      I don't think Emerson said anything about that yet.

      No, he didn't but I think it's a given he would strenuously object.

      Milks26 wrote:
      Kane and Abby discuss how she moved the Farm Station survivors into MW and then Pike says there are 63 people in MW.Pike said there was 36 in MW at the start of the epi

      Haha, yep. I'm dyslexic and don't always catch myself. ;)

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    • I wonder if the entire complex was bombed or just dining area and If anything can be salvaged? From the looks of it yes its completely gone - but the facility was underground as well.

      Lexa probably has intel that IN has Emerson. She told Clarke that all will be revealed when she wondered how the grounder got the launch codes. Or I have a crazy theory in my head but I doubt Lexa would've been able to predict that events in MW would've transpired the way they did.

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    • At the end in the woods, Echo said something along the lines of "hello ambassadors I have a message for the ice queen" were those the ambassadors to the 12 clans who look to be going against Lexa or were those all Ice Nation people? I thought they looked like the ambasadors from the clans, but I could be wrong. 

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    • The 1st time I watched the episode I thought they were all IN. But, I rewatched the episode again and I might be wrong also. That word 'Ambassadors' is tricky. If they were all IN Echo would've said Lieutenants or Generals (since the higher ranks would be in the audience of the Queen), but Ambassadors was the word used to address the clan reps.

      If all 11 clans band together against Trikru - they are in for a fight.

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    • Milks26 wrote: The 1st time I watched the episode I thought they were all IN. But, I rewatched the episode again and I might be wrong also. That word 'Ambassadors' is tricky. If they were all IN Echo would've said Lieutenants or Generals (since the higher ranks would be in the audience of the Queen), but Ambassadors was the word used to address the clan reps.

      If all 11 clans band together against Trikru - they are in for a fight.

      Yeah, that's why I was confused. I didn't think all Clans would form an alliance together against Trikru, especially not the Boat People (considering Luna seems to be the type to follow Lexa).

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    • https://mobile.twitter.com/JRothenbergTV/status/695800232022401024

      Not all Arkers from Farm Station are dead.

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    • Hopefully the next episode will clarify who the hell was in attendance. If that's who those people were maybe all 11 clans weren't represented in meeting but Nia had a large audience.

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    • I agree, I think the group at the end was the other clan members, which is why my mouth fell to the floor. Also, who was the guy that popped up behind the Queen? He looked normal, and I couldn't tell because it was dark. That episode was intense, but I'm kind of happy that Clarke and Lexa are alleys again.

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    • 76.250.37.161 wrote: Also, who was the guy that popped up behind the Queen? He looked normal, and I couldn't tell because it was dark.

      The man is Carl Emerson. Jason Rothenberg confirmed that he is the last Mountain Man. He was the only one who escaped after Bellamy and Clarke let the radiation in. Since he had a bone marrow transplant, the air didn't harm him when he went outside.

      NOTE: Cage also escaped but he was soon killed by Lincoln.

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    • Jason also just confirmed today that it was the ambassadors of the 12 clans there at the Ice Nation secondary summit with Nia.

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    • Skyzy wrote: Jason also just confirmed today that it was the ambassadors of the 12 clans there at the Ice Nation secondary summit with Nia.

      Yes. I saw the tweet. But what is the secondary Summit? The Summit was for Skaikru's entrance into the Coalition, so what was the second one for? Unless they were just meeting with Nia to tell her of the events that took place that day and from the meeting they attended earlier.

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    • They've obviously lost faith in Lexa. I've never been into political intrigue and knew I was going to be bored with the Clexa/Polis stuff but I'm finally a teeny bit interested in this plot.

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    • Skyzy wrote: They've obviously lost faith in Lexa. I've never been into political intrigue and knew I was going to be bored with the Clexa/Polis stuff but I'm finally a teeny bit interested in this plot.

      Why exactly did they lose faith in her? I think it's amazing what she has accomplished (Coalition + Polis), so I'm not so sure why everyone is suddenly doubting her. I'd say it's because of Mount Weather, but who cares? She made a smart choice. If they weren't so blinded by revenge and hatred, they may actually see that choices that are non-violent aren't always weak choices.

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    • TheOmegaWerewolf wrote:

      If they weren't so blinded by revenge and hatred, they may actually see that choices that are non-violent aren't always weak choices.

      So true. But, since the only thing that Grounders know are blood and guts anything other than that will always be seen as weakness to them. I would love a scene between Titus & Lexa about her actions at MW. Very interested to know if he supported the decision or not.

      Either Nia is promising great things to the other clans, or now that their common enemy is dead all the old issues are resurfacing.

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    • Milks26 wrote:
      now that their common enemy is dead all the old issues are resurfacing.

      That is exactly what I think is happening.

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    • I do believe the lack of a common enemy causes old tensions to resurface, but then that doesn't have much to do with the other Clans doubting Lexa. They may just prefer to be independent instead of under her rule. I doubt any of them wanted to join the Coalition. They just figured that joining would give them more defense (strength in numbers) against the MM. Now that the MM are wiped out, they can't see a reason to stay in the Coalition. Although, it's still stupid because they can trade with each other when they are all allies.

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    • What I'd really like to see from Season 3 is a reason why the other clans want war. It can't be for pointless fighting? There has to be something else to it. At least, I would hope so.

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    • I really doubt Monty's mother would've been in MW. She would've gone back with him to Arkadia. Also, wouldn't Jackson have been in MW because of that little hospital they were setting up? I'm looking forward to getting some clarity. I loved the Raven/Sinclair scene, and I'm glad the writers didn't just kill Sinclair right after. Instead they had him run after that guy like a badass and survive.

      If Clark had killed Lexa, do you Roan would've kept his word? Now it looks like they might be on the wrong side of a war. The clans and Ice Nation against Skikru and Trikru. So there's that conflict, and than there's also going to be worsened conflict with Pyke. Pyke lost so many of his people in MW and Bellamy lost Gina, so I wonder if Bellamy is going to start to side with Pyke. I really hope not, otherwise it's a weird loop around in his character development.

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    • A lot of people are saying that Lexa will die in the next episode... i really hope not!!!! T.T

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    • Oh god, I hope not. I really like Lexa's character. The tension/relationship between Lexa and Clarke is also interesting. I wondered after their kiss in the end of the last season if that was just to 'weaken' Clarke so that Lexa could get her way with the trade for her people. Now, she's playing that card again. I have a hard time trusting her, but she seems true, but she seemed true last time as well. 

      Thanks for clearing up that that dude was the last MM. The deeper I get into Season 3, the more I think I have to re watch the last two episodes of Season 2. Hell, I may just watch Season 2 all over again because I have to wait an entire week before I find out what happens next. 

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    • Hi, I present myself again, I'm Elena and I'm from Spain-Europe ( This means that I not speak good English) , I firmly believe that Lexa doesn't die in the next episode, I don't know explain why. Lexa just can't die ( at least in the next episode),Clarke and their people  are not truly accepted by all other, and now the support clarke is Lexa. I think Lexa die in this season but I'm not sure.

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    • The whole Lexa deal is really stupid in my opionin

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    • Moneytree33! wrote:
      The whole Lexa deal is really stupid in my opionin

      I don't think so. I understand you think stupid pact with Lexa and I don't know why. Lexa love clarke, Lexa wants to save and perhaps this is the only way ¿no? 

      ¿Why you think this?

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    • I'm not saying Lexa is stupid, I'm saying what the writers are doing with her is stupid. Lexa just is not the same this season, all the sudden she feels less mature and not control of her self. 

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    • I agree they have totally changed her behavior. She seems unable to make a decision or be pragmatic?

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    • I hope Nia overthrows Lexa. She seems to be floundering and uncertain how to lead. Clarke dealt her a hefty blow by taking down the Mountain after she deserted her.

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    • Skyzy wrote: I hope Nia overthrows Lexa.


      I see that as a possibility. It leads to war then she gets her throne back some day.

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    • If it was taken from Lexa, it would make things more interesting than Lexa trying to hold onto it.

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    • I most certainly agree.

      I've seen others like the user above state that her behavior has changed. No, it hasn't. When Clarke was fuming at the beginning of episode 3 she kept her cool demeanor and explained her choice. She was even cooler when Clarke held the knife to her throat. And, she apologized in private.

      But, anyway...losing the leadership and fighting to get it back will be very entertaining to watch.

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    • Ruthless Lexa would have killed Clarke without question if it meant saving her Coalition. I mean, she killed Gustus!

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    • Gustus did not heed the warning.

      Ruthless Lexa would have killed Clarke without question

      u think so?

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    • I disagree, Lexa is almost the same, she was always so different from others, in fact , in the second season (I think remember) she does things that isn't ruthless, for example, such as letting Clarke kill finn, I think at some point in the series described as a 'visionary' 'or something like that, referring to also know how to behave and act differently than kill.

      It is true that has changed, I will not deny, but not to say that directors are putting as useless.

      The theory that replaces Nia might be possible, and would be curious to see. 

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    • I'm just spinning theories, but maybe JR is using Clexa relationship to get ratings and another season. I love Clexa's chemistry but feel that both characters are changing who they are to make it happen. Clarke has great chemistry with Bellamy, Lexa and even Raven. I know JR has stated that Raven is hetero, but maybe they have both lost so much they might find solace with each other. I'm all for doing anything to get another season I will watch no matter what happens. I'm totally addicted to the show. But it does seem sometimes that JR is shoving Lexa down our throats. Alycia Debnam Carey is awesome as the commander so not a hard ship. Anyone have other theories just curious?

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    • But it does seem sometimes that JR is shoving Lexa down our throats


      I can't blame him. The actress great.

      I don't want 'Clexa' shoved down my throat either. But, I think their journey seems more natural and fulfilling than Bellarke - which if it does happen will be forced down my throat.


      I know JR has stated that Raven is hetero, but maybe they have both lost so much they might find solace with each other

      Yeah, right!!!! LOL!

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    • I love Bellarke, but rather as a friendship that VERY SLOWLY develops into love. I like the Clexa chemistry too, I'm just not sure how they can be together after Lexa stuck a knife in Clarke's back. I don't know if they can come back from that.

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    • I agree I feel BellRke will happen slowly and I could never trust Lexa again, she seems to break her word all the time. How can you ever believe what she says.

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    • Milks26 wrote:

      Ruthless Lexa would have killed Clarke without question

      u think so?

      Clarke killed Finn to save her people. I agree with Titus; Lexa should have killed Clarke to do the same. Now it's going to get sticky becuse she allowed her "weakness" to keep Clarke alive.

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    • Skyzy wrote:

      Milks26 wrote:

      Ruthless Lexa would have killed Clarke without question

      u think so?

      Clarke killed Finn to save her people. .

      Ehh!! The way I saw that scene it was to save him from a Grounder ritualistic death vs SP.

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    • what i dont get is why bellamy killed the guard... i mean i understand why pike did it. but they are/wer at peace with the grounders and bellamy knew that and they came to polis to warn their people AND the grounders about the ice nation so why kill the grounders guards?? its an act of war

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