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The 100 The Stranger Press Release

by Evelyn Ulrich
The Stranger

We have the official press release for the twelfth episode, The Stranger.  See what it entails as we inch closer to the ending of The 100, and see what theories may bubble up.

The 100 The Stranger Press Release

NEW DAY – It’s a new day in Sanctum. Clarke (Eliza Taylor), Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos), Raven (Lindsey Morgan) and Echo (Tasya Teles) struggle with a new foe. Richard Harmon, Shannon Kook, JR Bourne, Shelby Flannery and Chuku Modu also star. Amanda Row directed the episode written by Blythe Ann Johnson (#712). Original airdate 8/19/2020.

I am going to go to bat here with this theory, and say that Sheidheda is out of the picture, at least for now.  In the last two episodes, Sheidheda has wreaked hell over the canvas of Sanctum.  His power and greed killed innocent people and placed Madi in grave danger.  Indra stepped up to the plate and took leadership in the right and moral way.  She was able to protect Madi, but the challenges with Sheidheda still very much hung over her.

Clarke and her small adventure squad are still in Bardo and while they are reunited with their friends, they come across the stranger.  There have been in-depth debates on social media that the stranger could be a M-capped Bellamy and he remembers nothing in regards to his friends, girlfriend, and sister.  With that, Clarke and the others might prompt him to try to reignite the memories because Bellamy is too important and too special to lose.

Or that theory could very much be inaccurate and the stranger could be an entirely different, but recognizable character.  If that is the case, then it could be Gaia, of whom was kidnapped by a Disciple earlier in the season.  She too, could be very much M-capped and have no recollection of anyone.

Who do you think that the stranger is?  And do you think Sheidheda’s dark reign is over?

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