Friday 4 March 2016

The 100 Goes Back to the Beginning of the End

A whole lot of questions has been answered in the new released episode of The 100, leaving a whole bunch of new questions in their path as we finally learn how and why the world ended nearly a hundred years ago, which means a whole bunch of loose ends are about to get tied together.

It's an important episode in more ways than one, and pretty much changes the game from here on out. If we could tell you all those changes were for the good of all your favorite characters, we would, but this is The 100, and good changes aren't often found anywhere near this show.

At the end of last week's episode, it was learned from Jaha (Isaiah Washington) that there was definitely a 13th station in space prior to the first Unity Day. It was called Polaris, and for some reason, Polaris refused to join with the other stations to create one unified station. As a result, it was destroyed, along with everyone on it. Cut to that cave back at Polis, where Murphy (Richard Harmon) was being tortured by Titus (Neil Sandilands), right next to a piece of the station. It would have read "Polaris” except the A and the R had been burned off, leaving only the word "Polis" behind.

The new episode also forces Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey) to work through the last of their issues and decide where to go from here, since the Skaikru is currently in a kind of shambles thanks to Pike's (Michael Beach) violent tyranny (and the fact that everyone's high on A.L.I.E.).

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