During this moment, they embrace each other and express their love. The time for diplomacy is over, Marcus. He went from ruthlessly willing to sacrifice his own people to ensure some portion of humanity survived, to essentially the complete opposite — now, he prioritized his own group's survival over the good of humanity. Resetting to something vaguely resembling the series default. Once Bellamy opened the door, he immediately embraced Octavia and expressed his love for her. According to the description and promo video, it appears that a huge decision needs to be made due to Second Dawn only having enough oxygen and food for 1200 people. Now, they're heading back up and it's only been — what? Time sure flies when you're having fun constantly fighting every conceivable threat in order to survive! We support different formats including.
The idea that Clarke, Bellamy, Murphy, Emori, Monty, Harper, Raven, and Echo are heading to space is a great way to bring the show full circle. There was a lot to this episode that came across as resolution. If you have any legal issues please contact the appropriate media file owners or host sites. Technologically blind to what's happening on the planet below them, the Ark's leaders - Clarke's widowed mother, Abby; the Chancellor, Jaha; and his shadowy second in command, Kane - are faced with difficult decisions about life, death and the continued existence of the human race. In his work, he uses high-tech devices to help him monitor objects of interest, including agents being developed, to transfer the necessary information to his partner.
However, Clarke and Jaha refuse to let him go. After all, suicide means not only the weakness of the writer, who has not yet fully strengthened in the profession. An extensive time jump of any kind would be a great way to reinvigorate the show. Season 4 could leave on a somewhat game-changing note — after a spotty start — or just add up to one big shrug of an effort; but for now, it has managed to hold my interest, going out. Jaha and Kane disagree over how to handle their grim reality. It would be a neat twist, at least, and would mean that a five-year time jump for The 100 Season 5 isn't entirely necessary. Echo also joined the ragtag group on their way when she stepped in aka, rode up with bow and arrow on an irradiated horse to save the foursome from grounders who intended to steal their suits.
We all know the familiar bits — Clarke Eliza Taylor makes life-or-death decision for thousands, sanctimonious debate, revolt, triage, lather, rinse, repeat. The only survivors were the 400 inhabitants of 12 international space stations that were in orbit at the time. His egging on of Hardy Cole Vigue flew in the face of his entire tenure as Chancellor to say nothing of his turns as sacrificing monk. It was a decently good plan, despite the fact that it wasn't equipped to be survivable for five years. I've always said that, love him or hate him, Jaha is one of the show's most well-developed characters much like Murphy. The 100 Season 4 Episodes. Please refer to our and or for more details.
Also, this happened: Abby: Take care of each other. Obviously, knowing the technology doesn't mean that they deserve to survive any more than the grounders. Against the background of developing events in the present occur and excursions into the past, in childhood Supergirl on the home planet. But Octavia is a human being, not a robot and not someone like Clarke who seems to be more of a natural at making tough calls. At first, we saw Becca continuously talking Raven into pursuing her dream for a last space walk.
I love that we have a fully fleshed out world, but the show's best moments tend to come at the end of respective seasons, when the storylines have been condensed to just one or two main plot threads. O couldn't sacrifice all of her people to death so easily. I can't quite articulate why that was such a satisfying moment — but it really was. However, it appears that Jaha feels that everyone should be able to fight for their right to survive. Another situation that gets more clarity involves Monty and Harper. Few have heard of such a strange specialty, but when emergency situations happen, this person is indispensable.
In addition, he is the main expert on observation. Of course, the room their exchange took place in had an Echo Tasya Teles to it; so if anyone was wondering how she was going to get some last licks in: this. I say that death wave can kiss my ass. Its activity is to conduct constructive negotiations with the criminals if they take hostages. As good a reason as any for not arming themselves, I guess; but that Echo involvement had to have an in somewhere.
Her decision to open up the bunker to everyone and to equitably and fairly divide up the available space was, rationally and logically, the correct one. Clarke points a gun at him and even fires a shot. There is also a chance everything could go right, and the season closes on a glimpse of where this all takes us. They investigate crimes and infiltrate criminal communities related to the national security of the country as a whole. Kosovo, Chechnya, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka. We're going back to the Ark.
By the end of it, Kane and Jaha had finally agreed upon a method to choose the people who would remain in the bunker, while several of our main characters were stranded outside — and headed to space. However, Octavia declared that everyone will share the bunker. I love me a good time jump , and it will be especially compelling to see how Bellamy does after five years of not seeing his sister and Clarke after five years not seeing her mother. Almost all residents of the area dream of moving, but not everyone gets such a chance. We saw the fallout after the final conclave where Octavia is the new champion. Also outstanding: the scene between Abby and Kane earlier in the hour, when Abby informed him of her decision to sacrifice herself in favor of someone else living. Time passes, and we see Celesta nervous and twitchy, too expressive, abusing alcohol, do not disdain drugs and consider themselves if not a goddess, then something about.