The 100 (2014– )
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While Clarke struggles to make sense of her bizarre surroundings, Lincoln risks his life to save Octavia, and Kane establishes his authority.

Director:

Dean White

Writers:

Jason Rothenberg (developed by), Kass Morgan (based upon the book by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eliza Taylor ... Clarke Griffin
Paige Turco ... Dr. Abigail Griffin
Thomas McDonell ... Finn Collins
Bob Morley ... Bellamy Blake
Marie Avgeropoulos ... Octavia Blake
Devon Bostick ... Jasper Jordan
Lindsey Morgan ... Raven Reyes
Ricky Whittle ... Lincoln
Christopher Larkin ... Monty Green
Isaiah Washington ... Thelonious Jaha
Henry Ian Cusick ... Marcus Kane
Raymond J. Barry ... President Dante Wallace
Richard Harmon ... John Murphy
Joseph Gatt ... Tristan
Eve Harlow ... Maya Vie
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Storyline

Picking up immediately where the previous season finale ended, Clarke and the surviving 48 juvenile exiles (out of the original 100) are alone in their white rooms, frantically trying to make sense of the bizarre surroundings, while the fates of Bellamy, Finn and Raven are still unknown. Outside the lab, Lincoln and Octavia's daring plan to find their friends is thwarted when a lethal enemy returns. Meanwhile, Abby, Kane and the few hundred survivors of the Ark must face physical and moral dilemmas in their dangerous and beautiful new world. Alone on the orbiting remains of the Ark, Jaha makes a heroic decision. Written by Larry B.

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Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 October 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

British Columbia, Canada

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

Currently, there are 46 delinquents dead and 54 alive, not including Bellamy Blake and Raven Reyes. See more »

Goofs

The window Clarke breaks to get out of her room is wire mesh reinforced, which is hard to break through even after the glass shatters. In fact, she breaks it like the mesh isn't even there, and actually, when she picks up a shard to threaten Maya with, the mesh isn't there, it's just an ordinary glass shard. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Abigail Griffin: [walking into Alpha Station with Jackson] Feed the quiet three hundred first. Everyone else can wait.
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Home II
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Written by Dotan
Performed by Dotan
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It's getting crowded
3 February 2016 | by tenshi_ippikiookamiSee all my reviews

In the first season, when the 100 arrived on Earth, they were supposed to be alone. We soon discovered they were not, and the Grounders joined the fun. Close to the end of season one, the Reapers appeared. The end of the season teased us with a new group, on top of the Ark survivors arriving on Earth.

And here we have the dystopian society that has gone through an end-of-humanity war and have become moles who live underground in a seemingly peaceful and cheerful society.

You know it's gonna end bad.

The idea of a new group, one that has kept its "civilization" but its probably hiding a darker secret than the Grounders is not an original one, and they show will have to tread with care not to become a caricature of itself. On the other hand, correctly done, it can add to the fun. In this first episode, it does, as it adds some interesting questions: how come they need people from over the ground, why are the interested in the people that came back from the Ark, what did they do with Anya...? Some of the 100 seem to like the change, to have a roof, food and be clean. Clarke, being smart, is not.

On the ground, Finn and Bellamy are having another kind of problem. The people from the Ark are back, in with it, both of them are losing their position of power and becoming "children" again. Kane is going to take control, but for how long and how is what the show will have to answer. Bellamy and Finn have been free for too long, and it's difficult to cage a wild animal. Talking of wild animals, Murphy is also alive. The show has used him as a bogeyman, but it seems more humanity will be infused to his character. Another bad that becomes I-really-had-a-messed-time-growing-up-but-I'm-good-deep- down? Let's see.

So many new plot developments, change of pace, and interesting new characters and situations make for a good start for season two.


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