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  • New footage and BTS interview with JR found here.

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    • So now the whole ALIE/Raven plot is a complete rip-off of BSG's Six/Gaius plot, even down to the Red Dress. Did they forget that people who watch The 100 also probably watched BSG?

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    • Alie wants to get into the mainframes so she can destroy the world again. And they're gonna have pill popping Raven give her access. Please let Jasper get high - so that he can move into a corner somewhere.

      So, Clarke starts drawing again...and they have her drawing Lexa. Okay!!

      Emerson's the gift.

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    • Also Grounders have Amazon Prime, Emerson got there in two days or less for a low flat rate.

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    • Yeah, pretty certain Emerson's the gift (although it might possibly be Murphy).

      Why are Clarke and Lexa already back in Polis? I thought they were going to try that whole SP/Grounder peace thing?

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    • Yeah, it could be Murphy also. But, a guy like Titus will have him locked up in a dungeon somewhere being tortured about where he got the scared symbol.

      In the promo - JR said the gift was from the King Roan - Emerson's in there.

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    • Well......holy shit......

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    • Monroe is no longer immortal. :'(

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    • i was basically just internally screaming through this entire episode??? like...octavia!!!!!! the real mvp!!!!!! and kane!!!!!!!!!!!! pike stfu!!!! hannah stfu!!!!!!! monty no!!!!! monROE TF you give her a first name and then kill her off like 15 minutes later!!!!!!!!!! abby!!!!!!! bellamy why!!!!!!!!!!!!! stop!!!!!!!!!!, nathan y A S!!!! and raven omg!!!!!!!!!!!!! clarke ???!!!!!????!!!?????!! i felt bad for emerson for .5 seconds!!!!!!!! lexa yes!!!!!!!!! tiTUS T F!!!!!!!

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    • This episode was sooooooooooo much better than the last two! I'll keep watching another week or two (since Lincoln's not in next week's episode either, it looks like).

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    • Did Monty, Bryan, and Monroe know they were going to the village to slaughter Grounders? I thought it was pretty clear that was the plan. Someone please tell me I'm wrong.

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    • It looks like a Polis-centric storyline next episode, centering around Clarke, Lexa, Octavia, Indra and Titus.

      I believe Pike said the plan was to take over the land there - as in drive them out, but he said that they were going to slaughter the Grounders if they resisted, which they expected. Although Monty didn't look too thrilled about that. I could be wrong though. I'm going based off what I remember.

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    • At least it wasn't bad as the last episode, the only thing bad was the tensions are becoming so irritating

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    • Emerson had kids... damn......

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    • Skyzy wrote: Did Monty, Bryan, and Monroe know they were going to the village to slaughter Grounders? I thought it was pretty clear that was the plan. Someone please tell me I'm wrong.

      Yeah, it bothered me that those three in particular decided to go along with Pike. At first I thought they were just tagging along to gain information and possibly stop Pike... But I think they were actually going to go along with his plan.

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    • Also, we see Titus trying to shoot (and kill?) Clarke in next week's episode... Possibly because he believes it's because of her that Lexa is making risky decisions...

      We also see Titus putting war paint on... In the trailer, he had warpaint on when he was comforting a crying Clarke. You don't think Lexa dies in one of the next two episodes, do you? I suppose it could just be another dead sky person she sees.

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    • TheOmegaWerewolf wrote: Also, we see Titus trying to shoot (and kill?) Clarke in next week's episode... Possibly because he believes it's because of her that Lexa is making risky decisions...

      I haven't seen the promo yet. But, I knew that was coming soon enough. If they figure out he was the culprit - I wonder if Lexa will continue with her blood must not have blood, now that the victim is Clarke.

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    • Milks26 wrote:

      TheOmegaWerewolf wrote: Also, we see Titus trying to shoot (and kill?) Clarke in next week's episode... Possibly because he believes it's because of her that Lexa is making risky decisions...

      I haven't seen the promo yet. But, I knew that was coming soon enough. If they figure out he was the culprit - I wonder if Lexa will continue with her blood must not have blood, now that the victim is Clarke.

      Yeah, she shouts at Titus that she can separate feelings from duty...

      Also, I like Titus' character so I hope he sticks around a little longer.

      Maybe Clarke does die in the midseason finale (because Lexa seems to be encouraging Clarke to "wake up" or whatever in the finale videos) because of Titus or somebody.

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    • TheOmegaWerewolf wrote:

      Milks26 wrote:

      TheOmegaWerewolf wrote: Also, we see Titus trying to shoot (and kill?) Clarke in next week's episode... Possibly because he believes it's because of her that Lexa is making risky decisions...

      I haven't seen the promo yet. But, I knew that was coming soon enough. If they figure out he was the culprit - I wonder if Lexa will continue with her blood must not have blood, now that the victim is Clarke.

      Yeah, she shouts at Titus that she can separate feelings from duty...

      Also, I like Titus' character so I hope he sticks around a little longer.

      Maybe Clarke does die in the midseason finale (because Lexa seems to be encouraging Clarke to "wake up" or whatever in the finale videos) because of Titus or somebody.

      Clarke doesn't appear in the mid season finale

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    • I actually really enjoyed this episode... It was definitely a rebound from 3x04.

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    • To me this episode just felt like filler. Clarke's plotline just revolved around her deciding whether to have mercy on Emerson or not and she chose not to . . . but then just changed her mind? So really, barely anything happened with her.

      Clearing that village felt unnecessary (plot-wise) to me. We already know how far Pike and his band of followers are willing to go, we saw it last episode. Also, they didn't even end up wiping out the village anyway, so it seemed useless.

      As for the CoL, we learned a bit more about ALIE, but it still didn't answer many questions of mine. 

      And I actually snort every time someone says "blood must not have blood" and I don't think that's the intention.

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    • I was pleased with this episode but it seems the next one is the one with all the action Titus has now gotten fed up with Lexa and from the promo Clarke is shot at by a gun but in polis I assume does that mean the Grounders are going to use guns now.

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    • I feel so bad for Octavia. She literally doesn't fit in anywhere now but next weeks promo she is with Indra! Hell yeah they are the dynamic duo for sure. Bellamy has gone from unlikeable to completely useless. His character development is such crap. I hope nothing bad happens to Raven because I like her character but she is now helping Jaha. Allie is looking for the program to end the world so that is going to be the big conflict leading up to the finale honestly. Although I hate to say it but they are kind of hinting at Lexa's death as well. I thought Emerson was going to kill her but i just have a feeling that she is going to be killed for changing the grounder ways. 

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    • TheOmegaWerewolf wrote:

      Skyzy wrote: Did Monty, Bryan, and Monroe know they were going to the village to slaughter Grounders? I thought it was pretty clear that was the plan. Someone please tell me I'm wrong.

      Yeah, it bothered me that those three in particular decided to go along with Pike. At first I thought they were just tagging along to gain information and possibly stop Pike... But I think they were actually going to go along with his plan.

      I really don't know what to think about this turn of events. They've now villainized Monty???? WTF is this show doing?

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    • Jimmy782 wrote:
      I was pleased with this episode but it seems the next one is the one with all the action Titus has now gotten fed up with Lexa and from the promo Clarke is shot at by a gun but in polis I assume does that mean the Grounders are going to use guns now.

      My guess is Titus got the gun from Murphy (who got it from the bunker).

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    • Abby's starting to grow on me now???

      Like, I cheered when she took away Jaha's CoL pill/drugs/things.

      Maybe she's starting to do something useful again.

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    • This episode brought a lot to light for me about Titus's character. His not loyal to Lexa, he's loyal to the Commander. I think he went into Clarke's room to steal the gun she had from when the left Camp Jaha at the end of season 2. I think next episode he's going to try to kill her so she's not a distraction for the Commander anymore.

      This makes me wonder if he had anything to do with Costia's death. Lexa trusts him to some degree and someone had to lead Costia out of Polis so Ice Nation could take her. Maybe Titus is the one that said "Love is Weakness" and planted that idea in Lexa head. I wonder if he talked Lexa into having Anya leave Polis so she would be near Lexa (Anya's very motherly and Lexa did care about her)

      I don't know if he has malicious intent. Perhaps he thinks all of this is what he has to do to keep The Commander safe. If killing or getting rid of people who distract her is what it takes, he'll do it.

      Titus has also outlived quiet a few commanders (he says he advised four before Lexa) perhaps HE tries to kill Lexa so the Commander's spirit can pick someone more capable, someone he can control better. Because right now he's loosing his control over Lexa.

      He's a weird character, I really need the next episode so I can get a better read on him.

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    • Thewritersdiary wrote:
      Abby's starting to grow on me now???

      Like, I cheered when she took away Jaha's CoL pill/drugs/things.

      Maybe she's starting to do something useful again.

      Ugh, even that irritated me because Abby wasn't doing it out of any sense of good but because she wasn't the one to heal Raven's pain and also because she likes to undermine Jaha. She is one of those highly educated people with a super low intelligence. They think they're always right because they have all this book learning but they lack basic critical thinking skills. She's a floating imbecile and after holding that election (and letting Kane blame himself for it), there's no redeeming her, either.

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    • TheOmegaWerewolf wrote:

      Milks26 wrote:

      TheOmegaWerewolf wrote: Also, we see Titus trying to shoot (and kill?) Clarke in next week's episode... Possibly because he believes it's because of her that Lexa is making risky decisions...

      I haven't seen the promo yet. But, I knew that was coming soon enough. If they figure out he was the culprit - I wonder if Lexa will continue with her blood must not have blood, now that the victim is Clarke.

      Yeah, she shouts at Titus that she can separate feelings from duty...

      Also, I like Titus' character so I hope he sticks around a little longer.

      Maybe Clarke does die in the midseason finale (because Lexa seems to be encouraging Clarke to "wake up" or whatever in the finale videos) because of Titus or somebody.

      Made it home - just saw the promo. And I wish I hadn't. Again, seriously???

      I hope they have a reversal act for Lexa. This weak/visionary stance is not working for me.

      At least Indra and Octavia are back together again. I hope they discuss MW events at some point this season.

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    • Titus was just so wrong when he called Clarke out for killing all of the MM...

      I mean, she wiped them out to save her people and that was the last and only option they were left with.

      Titus and the Grounders want to wipe out all of the SP for the crimes of a few as pure revenge, and that's entirely different than what Clarke did.

      Though, I loved the Emerson and Clarke confrontation because he was so right about her being afraid to come face to face with her demons.

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    • "He's a weird character, I really need the next episode so I can get a better read on him."

      Sketchy people generally are weird...

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    • TheOmegaWerewolf wrote:
      Titus was just so wrong when he called Clarke out for killing all of the MM...

      I mean, she wiped them out to save her people and that was the last and only option they were left with.

      Titus and the Grounders want to wipe out all of the SP for the crimes of a few as pure revenge, and that's entirely different than what Clarke did.

      Though, I loved the Emerson and Clarke confrontation because he was so right about her being afraid to come face to face with her demons.

      For some reason I think that letting Emerson go will come back to hurt them. In the finale both Lexa and Clarke are in the city of Light and my theory is that Lex is killed :( and then Clarke become succeptable to Jaha and Allies influence because she is devestated by her death and becomes brainwashed into the COL and so in the finale Lexa has  to try to save her from it. But that would mean that Lexa would have to take the chip before she dies so maybe Clarke is with her in her final moments and gives her the chip so that she can still be with her in some extent. 

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    • Personally, I rate it a 7/10, eh, it's okay, it was better than the monstrosity known as Hakeldama

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    • Hey all, first time post. I like what you're doing here. I was just wondering if anyone else sees the connection to the "city of light" and "enlightenment"; the forgetting of memories to recent studies in mindfulness that show that the practice causes a disturbance in memory recall...? It makes sense, then, that the symbol for the AI is infinite as it represents the eternal "now". Is enlightenment a manufactured thing that humans will only achieve through technological intervention?. Hmm! Those self-help books sure sell a lot--here in Canada, at least--can you imagine what the pill would do today?

      I like the deeper philosophical arguments of the show, such as if we had a chance to start over (initial conditions), would we make the same mistakes like mass producing corn and soybeans, oppressing the indigenous, etc.? Genocidal Pike has those kids brainwashed more than the AI!

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    • personal theory here! maybe the AI is actually a program, made by the same person who ended the world, like alie was made to destroy everything and the second(2.0) was made to lead the survivors into the better future... but something went wrong and alie is trying to do both... and needs the second ai for it but titus is trying to protect it from alie.

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    • I know you guys already talked about this, but Monty and Monroe going along to kill innocent grounders is extremely confusing. I wasn't even sad when Monroe died because she was going along with Pyke and Bellamy's BS. Monty, what are you doing???

      I like Miller. He's one of the few remaining characters that has his head screwed on straight. I hope the attention he's getting in this episode isn't a sign that he's going to get killed anytime soon. I can think of a lot of people I'd like to die before him, that's for sure. 

      The actor who plays Emerson delivered. I think his great performance was the highlight of this episode's plot at the Polis, honestly. Also Titus, who I'm looking forward to knowing more about.

      So now Raven and Jackson are mindless zombies it seems. I wonder who else will join their ranks? I'm so happy Abbey stopped Jaspar. I still have hope his character can bounce back in some way. Overall, decent episode, but the season is still weak so far. I can count the number of characters I still like on one hand.

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    • Skyzy wrote:

      Why are Clarke and Lexa already back in Polis? I thought they were going to try that whole SP/Grounder peace thing?

      And why didn't Clarke and Lexa ask for Pike to free all the interned Grounders in trade for them not striking back for the slaughter of the 300 warriors? The conversation between Bellamy and Pike talks about the cease-fire so there must have been some communication between Pike and Lexa at some point???

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    • Skyzy wrote:
      Skyzy wrote:

      Why are Clarke and Lexa already back in Polis? I thought they were going to try that whole SP/Grounder peace thing?

      And why didn't Clarke and Lexa ask for Pike to free all the interned Grounders in trade for them not striking back for the slaughter of the 300 warriors? The conversation between Bellamy and Pike talks about the cease-fire so there must have been some communication between Pike and Lexa at some point???

      Honestly they'd probably shoot Lexa and Clarke on site, the Arkadians have been trigger happy since Pike took charge. Maybe Octavia radioed it in to Kane and Kane told Pike and Bellamy. In "Bitter Harvest" It's not unknown that Octavia is on the outside and they already known Kane's interfering so maybe that's how they knew?

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    • ^Why didn't they take away Kane's radio then and allow him to keep in contact with Octavia on the outside?

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    • Bad writing again, I guess. The creation of a cease fire seems pretty significant, but we didn't even see it, they just vaguely mention it. 

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    • i do not think there was a cease fire, otherwise they probably would not try to wipe out a village. lexa most likely sent a messenger, and pike and bellamy only speculate how kane is messing with them, they do not know anything for sure. also, not far fetched, but lexa might not even know about the grounders in arkadia. 

      as far as the team, sent to the village is conserned, monty is speaking with his mother, who told him the groun ders killed his dad, monroe is influenced by bellamy, who is influenced by pike, who is bellamy 2.0, like seriously, s1 flashbacks, when bellamy takes over a small group and leads the 100 trough fear of the grounders, pike is doing the same thing. that put aside, pike has been fighting the grounders since he came to the ground, he is not famiuliar with the coalition or the other clans, only what kane told him and well, pike does not really listens to kanme so i guess that is why pike is so hostile towards the grounders, from his point of view, well... killing, killing, killing... nothing else has he ever saw in the grounders....

      also, anyone knows if lexa will be in ep8?

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    • Myheartisskippingbeats wrote:

      as far as the team, sent to the village is conserned, monty is speaking with his mother, who told him the groun ders killed his dad, monroe is influenced by bellamy, who is influenced by pike

      I get where you're coming from, but I thought Monty was established as a more morally sound character who wouldn't be swayed into murder so easily. The show has turned characters like Bellamy, Monroe, and Monty into these little drones who can be easily convinced into anything. That just destroys their foundation as characters.

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    • Skyzy wrote:
      So now the whole ALIE/Raven plot is a complete rip-off of BSG's Six/Gaius plot, even down to the Red Dress. Did they forget that people who watch The 100 also probably watched BSG?

      Apparently... and the BSG plot was central to the entire series.. here, it's just appears to be a hollow shell of a new threat for the Sky peeps to deal with.. 

      It's also curious how Jaha made it back to Arkadia almost instantly with just one follower in toe.. without encountering any adversaries or challenges along the way.. but of course, we must take yet another 'leap of faith'!

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    • Milks26 wrote:
      Alie wants to get into the mainframes so she can destroy the world again. And they're gonna have pill popping Raven give her access. Please let Jasper get high - so that he can move into a corner somewhere.

      LOL! yeah, sadly I agree with you.. they should have let him 'off' himself rather having him linger for so long loathing everyone and himself.. 

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    • GiovanniGee wrote:

      Milks26 wrote:
      Alie wants to get into the mainframes so she can destroy the world again. And they're gonna have pill popping Raven give her access. Please let Jasper get high - so that he can move into a corner somewhere.

      LOL! yeah, sadly I agree with you.. they should have let him 'off' himself rather having him linger for so long loathing everyone and himself.. 


      I think that's what bothered me the most about Abby's interference in this episode. She hasn't cared AT ALL about Jasper and has actually been the complete opposite of helpful when dealing with him and now all of a sudden she cares? I don't believe it; her previous lack of concern over Jasper makes her current motives have nothing to do with safety and everything to do with shutting Jaha down again.

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    • GiovanniGee wrote:

      Milks26 wrote:
      Alie wants to get into the mainframes so she can destroy the world again. And they're gonna have pill popping Raven give her access. Please let Jasper get high - so that he can move into a corner somewhere.

      LOL! yeah, sadly I agree with you.. they should have let him 'off' himself rather having him linger for so long loathing everyone and himself.. 

      Agreed. He caused the IN warriors to die in the premiere. Although, Monty & Bellamy should not have brought an inebriated person with them to begin with. From S3 trailer he's supposed to drive the rover into Arkardia's gates - it could be in a drunken stupor, or it can also be Kane vs Pike situation. More or likely he's drunk or mad that Abby took the keys away.

      Monty shines so much brighter when Jasper is not around. Also, if he spend more time with his Mom he would see the psycho that she has become.

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    • Skyzy wrote:
      I think that's what bothered me the most about Abby's interference in this episode. She hasn't cared AT ALL about Jasper and has actually been the complete opposite of helpful when dealing with him and now all of a sudden she cares? I don't believe it; her previous lack of concern over Jasper makes her current motives have nothing to do with safety and everything to do with shutting Jaha down again.

      I bet Abby actually enjoys seeing Jasper suffer.. that's why she took the silicon pill thing away.. to continue reveling in Jasper's personal torment.. lol.. j/k of course ;)

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    • Milks26 wrote:

      From S3 trailer he's supposed to drive the rover into Arkardia's gates - it could be in a drunken stupor, or it can also be Kane vs Pike situation. More or likely he's drunk or mad that Abby took the keys away.

      If it's more of Jasper being drunk and feeling sorry for himself, I'm going to be really pissed. Remember season 1 Jasper? Season 2 Jasper? Brave, ethical, season 2 he was borderline heroic. And I understand that he's in pain, but I want to watch the character redeem himself and be okay, not continue a downward spiral until he dies, which will probably happen to both him and Bellamy at this point :/

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    • In an article JR said that Jasper's pain is going to be long cycle. *screams*. We still haven't had the scene where he confronts Clarke. She appears to be inside Arkardia so maybe episode 8.

      It infuriates me to no end when his punk ass claim that he was going to kill Cage. He might have stabbed Cage, but the lab was crawling with guards - what did he think was going to happen then??

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    • Whitewalker000 wrote:

      If it's more of Jasper being drunk and feeling sorry for himself, I'm going to be really pissed. Remember season 1 Jasper? Season 2 Jasper? Brave, ethical, season 2 he was borderline heroic. And I understand that he's in pain, but I want to watch the character redeem himself and be okay, not continue a downward spiral until he dies, which will probably happen to both him and Bellamy at this point :/

      Same here. We've seen enough of the downward spiral; now it's time to resolve this plot in some way.

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    • Milks26 wrote:

      It infuriates me to no end when his punk ass claim that he was going to kill Cage. He might have stabbed Cage, but the lab was crawling with guards - what did he think was going to happen then??

      THANK YOU! Seriously, his whole "I was going to kill Cage" speech is exhausting. It's naive. Bellamy, Clarke, and Monty did what they did for their friends, for him. Hell, him getting himself captured was probably one of the incentives for Monty to prepare those wind tunnels. He probably wouldn't have even gotten close enough to kill Cage, and if he had, he would've just been shot and killed right after. 

      Could Clarke, Bellamy, and Monty have done things differently? Maybe. Personally, I think killing Dante Wallace was a bad move. If they really had the ability to reverse those wind tunnels, and they told Wallace that, he could've convinced Cage to let them all go. But I digress, at that point they were out of options. I want to see Clarke own what she did to Jasper with no guilt. I'm tired of his bullshit. 

      Sorry for the rant, this show makes me emotional lol 

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    • By the time of the finale I think Dante was starting to see his son's point of view. He was the one who gave Cage the idea to make the deal with Lexa and free all the Grounders. Their blood was never a permanent solution only - just a band aid. The Delinquents on the other hand were a life changing gift for the MM. In the end I don't think he would've helped.

      Also, Clarke only killed Dante after Cage failed to yield to her threats of letting her people go. She had to show her strength and carry out with what she threatened to do.

      Back to Jasper - I want his death so bad....its not going to happen. I already know it.


      One think I noticed about Clarke she will only kill someone when its her idea. Caliban, MM, Dante, Atom - she decided. But, when someone plants the idea in her head she never follows through - Quint, Emerson.

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    • clarke kills when she has to, not when she wants to. note, she still has not killeed this season, which at this point i hope m eans her first kill this season will be a good one, like maybe pike or someone... anyway, MM, she was DESPERATE, and was now improvising, she was scared and did not honestly know how to save her people and friends... she made the call and is now living with it.

      as for jasper, remember rick in 6x9? pretty much sums him up, he is a mess, so naturally he is lashing out, calling for help, because no one is listening...

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    • Milks26 wrote:
      By the time of the finale I think Dante was starting to see his son's point of view. He was the one who gave Cage the idea to make the deal with Lexa and free all the Grounders. Their blood was never a permanent solution only - just a band aid. The Delinquents on the other hand were a life changing gift for the MM. In the end I don't think he would've helped.

      Also, Clarke only killed Dante after Cage failed to yield to her threats of letting her people go. She had to show her strength and carry out with what she threatened to do.

      You're right that Dante was starting to agree with Cage, but if Monty had set up the wind tunnels, and she had her hand on the lever, MM would've had no choice but to let their people go. But once she killed Dante, Cage was to angry to listen. If she kept Dante alive and told both he and Cage that she'll kill everyone, they would've had to let them go. I guess it doesn't matter anymore, I understand that she, Bellamy, and Monty did the best they could with their situation.

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      You're right that Dante was starting to agree with Cage, but if Monty had set up the wind tunnels, and she had her hand on the lever, MM would've had no choice but to let their people go. But once she killed Dante, Cage was to angry to listen. If she kept Dante alive and told both he and Cage that she'll kill everyone, they would've had to let them go. I guess it doesn't matter anymore, I understand that she, Bellamy, and Monty did the best they could with their situation.

      In the end the writers wanted to put them in an impossible situation. How far would you go? What would you do to survive and escape death? Unlike the senseless deaths committed by the new Chancellor and his band of morons - the MM deaths made sense.

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    • Milks26 wrote:

      In the end the writers wanted to put them in an impossible situation. How far would you go? What would you do to survive and escape death? Unlike the senseless deaths committed by the new Chancellor and his band of morons - the MM deaths made sense.

      Very true. It made for a brilliant moment of television. I was shocked by the darkness of it all.

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    • Ugh! Stop! You're making me miss Season Two.

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    • If I end up ditching this show, can I get one of those CoL pills so I can forget all of the pain that Season 3 is causing me and pretend that the show got cancelled after Season 2 for eternity?

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    • ^Hit me up. I'll see if I can place an order with Jaha before Abby interferes again.

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