The 100 season five has come to a close and with immense heartbreak. Damocles Part Two succeeded as a finale with its strong character deliverance and action. It was emotionally packed as well. Read my recap-review for it below.
In the first half of The 100 season finale, Damocles Part One, war is brewing among all the people, and realizations hit home hard. Whatever happened to the peace plan? Has Octavia completely lost her mind? How about Clarke trying to protect her daughter? These questions will be answered, plus more stuff in the recap-review for The 100 Damocles Part One.
The 100 The Dark Year opened up a lot of explanations as well as delivered a few yummy plot twists. While some situations may seem devastating beyond any human comprehension, the narratives provided gave the viewer understanding and some blow-hard emotions. Here is the recap-review for The 100 The Dark Year. Just a warning: I advise no snacking or drinking of any kind during the reading.
The 100 The Warriors Will provided us an incredible inside glimpse of addictions. Not only do we see how the affected the addict, but those closest and around them. Plus, a relationship so severed that it may not be repairable. Ah! My little heart. Anyways, here is the review for The 100 The Warriors Will. *I apologize for its tardiness.*
Tensions and betrayals rise in The 100 Sic Semper Tyrannis among everyone. While things may seem bleak and grim, well, they’re usually are. It was the pounding installment, our emotions turned over. Read my *late* recap-review for Sic Semper Tyrannis written by Miranda Kwok.
The last time we left off on The 100, Bellamy poisoned his baby sister, Echo and Raven were planning on taking down Shaw, and Kara died. Oh, the drama! Tonight, Sic Semper Tyrannis will follow the actions dispensed in How We Get To Peace, along with some new climaxes and dilemmas that will certainly rattle the viewers. Check out a quick preview for the episode that will feature an elixir of theories, observations, and analyses.
The 100‘s Bellamy Blake (Bob Morley) has been well-defined to be a man who knows how to survive in a brutal, post-apocalyptic world. He values the life of his people has been redeemed for his sins and opened up his mind and eyes to the situations unfolding before him. It’s without a doubt that Bellamy Blake is one of the most well-written characters on current television. With season 5 in full-fledge, he has tackled many new events. But who or what exactly is Bellamy Blake?
The 100 How We Get We Get To Peace was another stellar episode consumed with moral dilemmas, personal conflict, and choices that were necessary, but heartbreaking. All-in-all, How We Get To Peace delivered excellent material with conclusions that will be time-stamped in our minds. Here is the recap-review and as always, feel free to express your thoughts.
All seemed to be at a “loss” in The 100 Acceptable Losses with the characters and their situations. The episode had lots of twists and turns, and some stuff that even I was not expecting! Yet, it illuminated the darkest of conflict and shine brightly on the ones that prevailed new hopes. Check out the recap-review for The 100 Acceptable Losses.
As there is no new episode this week, I thought I’d treat you with the Top 5 OMG’s from The 100 Pandora’s Box that aired May 15th. This particular episode unhinged the evils from within, and some very compelling and emotional reunions. It was the ending of the beginning of season five resulting with some incredible moments You know the drill; not every moment can be an OMG, well they can, but that will take 2,199 days to list them. In accordance, here are The Top 5 OMG’s From Pandora’s Box.