Episode one – Pilot
And then gets shot in the chest with a spear.
Episode two – Earth Skills
Cheekbone boy, who I knew looked bad from the moment I set eyes on him in episode one, is now holding people over fire so that their wristband shows the crew up on the Ark that they’re in pain.
Episode three – Earth Kills
I know I said Wells was kind of boring, but that doesn’t mean I wanted to see him stabbed in the throat by a clearly post-traumatic adolescent girl.
Episode four – Murphy’s Law
But for the first time, in front of The 100, Bellamy and Clarke stand united as they explain their decision.
Episode five – Twilight’s Last Gleaming
Got to say, this is the stupidest thing Bellamy has done since arriving on earth, and he’s done some stupid things…
Episode six – His Sister’s Keeper
Episode seven – Contents Under Pressure
Well, hasn’t The 100 taken a turn for the dark, and wasn’t that turn down to the one character you least expected it from?
Episode eight – Day Trip
Bellamy’s happy to have found the guns – and he’s eating nuts, which I’m sure will come back to haunt him later. He tells Clarke she needs to learn how to use a gun, and DID YOU SEE THAT?
Episode nine – Unity Day
This is the most relaxed and smiling we’ve ever seen Bellamy and Clarke, and it’s lovely, even if it doesn’t take a genius to work out that this must be some sort of calm before a storm.
Episode 10 – I Am Become Death
And never let it be said that The 100 is afraid to show what hurts – whether it was tragically ill people, murder or even just a heartbreaking break-up, The 100 this week handled it all with brutal honesty.
Episode 11 – The Calm
But, you know, he’s a murderer so I wouldn’t get too close.
Episode 12 – We Are All Grounders part one
The Ark, traditionally the more boring of the two arcs in The 100, has really been coming into its own.
Episode 13 – We Are All Grounders part two
Please don’t say Bellamy and Finn are dead. Please don’t say Bellamy and Finn are dead. Please don’t say Bellamy and Finn are dead.
Episode one – Pilot