Exit Wounds will cause raw wounding for our characters as they work together to (hopefully) stop the dark reign of Octavia. There will be other concerns with Diyoza and Clarke trying to shield Madi away from Octavia. Yet, there could be something much more to the idolization, and it is concerning. Nonetheless, this episode will be complete with suspense, action, and moral-the blocks of The 100. To prep for tonight, here are three sneak peeks, the Inside the Episode, and a brief preview.
The 100 Exit Wounds Sneak Peek One
The 100 Exit Wounds Sneak Peek Two
The 100 Exit Wounds Sneak Peek Three
Inside The Episode
Exit Wounds, no doubt, will probably be the weakening link to Octavia’s rule. We will see Bellamy step up to his sister (who has all the right to) to try to stop her malicious ways and to see the light.
As for Echo, she has every right to survive-just like every other character on the show. It will be interesting to see just how she can manipulate and save herself out of this one. She made not have been the most ‘saintly‘ character in the bunch, but she has proven thus far that she can be redeemed and renewed.
The episode will be mainly circulated around Clarke, Madi, and Octavia as Madi finally meets her heroine eye-to-eye. Given what we saw in the second sneak peek, Clarke is being precarious as she told how Madi survived through Praimfaya. It’s clear that she does not want Octavia to know that she is a true Nightblood, as it may (will) pose a threat to her leadership.
Another attribute to Exit Wounds is the Kane and Diyoza storyline and what comes from this. Will Kane indulge the Wonkru/Bunker life and help out Eligius? Or will he just be a prisoner for Diyoza? McCreary wants Kane out-of-the-way for obvious reasons.
The 100 Exit Wounds will air tonight.