Well. That was a jam-packed season finale. After a lot of waiting around and a proelium interruptum, The 100 gave us plenty of bloody conflict: a sea monster, an opportunity for genocide — and the truth behind the mystery of Earth's nuclear cataclysm.
This wasn't so much a season finale as a gigantic lead up unto a whole other reveal. And the reveal was good—we have to say we did not see that coming. So that's good, and the rest of the episode was OK, which is kind of how we feel about this show as a whole.
I don't have much to say about this week's 100. What could I say? I mean, really?
There is so much death on this show. So much. Has someone died in every episode of this series? I want to say yes, and this week was no different. Death, death, death, teen stuff, death... That's the 100.
Where does the Grounding Leader get her hair ombre done? Asking for a friend... Last night, The 100 made a lot of bad decisions—a lot. But they were HIGHLY watchable bad decisions. So that's good. Spoilers ahead!
I'm not really sure what to say about last night's 100. A lot of really bad decisions were made, that's for sure. And then everyone got really, really stoned. Spoilers ahead.
After a very good episode all about brother and sister and magic trash dances under the Earth light, The 100 delivered last night's episode. Which was all about torture being bad. In case you didn't know, torture is bad. Don't torture kids. Spoilers ahead...
What an insane episode of The 100. Last night's episode contained everything I loathed and everything I love about this series. And man, oh man, The 100 certainly wasn't afraid to go full gut punch — and that's a good thing! Massive spoilers ahead.
This episode of The 100 was called "Murphy's Law," which is an adage that means anything that can go wrong will go wrong, which makes sense because a lot of really bad things happen in this episode to a guy named Murphy... I'll just pause to let that sink in... But if I had to pick a motto for The 100 it would be…
The 100 is all death, death, death, pause for video blogging, and more death. And I still love it. Spoilers ahead...