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‘The 100’ Recap: ‘Demons’

“Demons” run amuck in Arkadia during this week’s pulse-racing episode of The 100. And no, not real demons (although that would have been frickin’ awesome) it was more of an inner demons and demons of the past thing going on. Which I welcomed with open arms, a box of tissues, one hand over my face… and thoughts of Tim Tams being slammed into my mouth for comfort after the trauma I endured. The 100 really did a great job of kicking things up about 27 notches and delivered one of...
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‘The 100’ Recap: ‘Stealing Fire’

The 100 returns from a seemingly long break, and we’re faced with the harsh reality that perhaps there’s no light at the end of this dark and twisty tunnel. Contrary to the opinions of many of my fellow fans, I still enjoy this show. I’ve been reading the tweets you’re sending me, and I understand your continued aggravation, and the fact that your pain is still very fresh, and still very real. My love for our fallen Commander has not diminished just because I continue to indulge in this sci...
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‘The 100’ Recap ‘Terms and Conditions’

I’ll be honest, there was a bit of a disconnect for me this week. Does anyone give a damn about what’s happening in Arkadia right now? To be fair, we’re coming off of a devastating death from last week, where we spent an entire episode in Polis learning about Grounder politics and Alie’s origin story and quite frankly I’m still not over losing Lexa. The whole uprising in Arkadia has been wobbly, at best. And I reluctantly sit here struggling to care about the motivations of Pike, Bellamy and even...
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‘The 100’ Recap: ‘Ye Who Enter Here’

This article contains full spoilers of the episode. I’m declaring this episode the best hour on TV to date. Kim Shumway, who wrote “Ye Who Enter Here” has done an impeccable job at capturing my attention and leaving me on the ground gasping for air. The Ice Nation is ruthless? No, Kim Shumway is. Everything hurts and I’m dead, speaking of dead, did you see that explosion? And I’m not just talking about the sexual tension between the leading ladies… but dude, an actual explosion! More on that later… I...
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‘The 100’ Recap ‘Wanheda: Part One’

This article contains full spoilers of the episode. It’s been three months since that alarming day at Mount Weather, where our unsung hero Clarke Griffin had to massacre hundreds of people (young and old) in order to save her people. The Sky People. Thanks to Commander Lexa’s betrayal, Clarke was faced with an impossible task, and did what she had to do to stop the bone marrow drilling. The premiere of our favorite dystopian series came back strong, with “Wanheda - Part One,” our well-written but often flawed characters were...