This week’s episode was admittedly a filler episode. There were a few developments that propel the plot forward, a few character revelations at the end, but all in all nothing al that dramatic or exciting. Harper, Miller, and Sinclair, characters that never get much limelight or character development, shined much more in this episode than the show’s leading characters. I just want to shake everyone on this show out of their stupidity.
Harper finally got some more air time and it makes me want to see so much more from her. She is one of the original hundred and yet we don’t know her all that well, the same goes for the rest of that group. Miller is getting some characterization with seeing him with his boyfriend, seeing his alliance with Kane, and getting a feel for his motivations. Sinclair finally stepped up to the plate and took a side. Sinclair is one the respectable adults and he is becoming a character we can rely on. I loved his interactions with Lincoln. The scheming in this episode was just fantastically don. The thing that confused me was Monty, wasn’t he originally working for Kane?
Kane, what the hell are you doing? He really needed to grow a pair and run over Bellamy. We would have been upset, but at least he would have done something. None of these characters ever learn. Why does this show kill off any incredible character like Lexa and keep on the stupid adults who try to take charge *cough Pike, Monty’s Mom, Kane, Clarke’s Mom, Jaha*. At least, Kane tried to do something in the episode. I’ll give him that.
Everything Jaha touches turns into an annoying plot line. Raven and Jasper going to find the chip maker, dealing with their pain, and just overall being hella depressing. I know longer care about these three characters in the slightest. I liked that in the prior episode the “city of light” was pulled into the Heda origin story, but I can’t deal with this plot as it currently is. Where are the characters of seasons one and two that were actually exciting
FINALLY BELLAMY, got his head out of his ass. I was getting so fed up with the turn his character was taking. He had this girlfriend for a hot second and now went all crazy, turning on his sister and Clarke. It just felt all so out of character.
The 100 airs Thursday nights at 9 p.m EST on The CW