The 100 Season 3, Episode 9 Review: Stealing Fire

The 100 returned after a brief hiatus with “Stealing Fire,” a title that describes the episode in more ways than one.

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It’s been two weeks since the last episode of The 100. Two weeks of fan hâm mộ campaigns, angry arguments on Twitter, soul searching và list making, during which I began lớn wonder why I actually love The 100 as much as I do.


It’s not for any one particular relationship. It’s not for any one character. I’ve prided myself in the past on the knowledge that, no matter who The 100 killed off, I’d continue watching because it’s the story I’m here for. The commitment lớn character. The ensemble, the mise-en-scene of mythology and morality.

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And that is still the case. Watching this week’s episode, even knowing how it was going to end, I found myself marveling at the choices these characters are allowed khổng lồ make, the never-ending string of consequences their actions have. This show is ruthless, and people are going to die. This week, we lost two major players (three if you count Aden). I’m okay with that, because I know that ultimately, the writers are crafting a story about surviving against insurmountable odds. Sometimes we have lớn be reminded of those odds.


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I might be reading too much into it, but the whole thing about a non-Nightbleda dying if they insert the chip has me super worried about Clarke.Sinclair is alive, right??? I kind of lost track of him at the end. But he’s fine. Right? RIGHT?When Indra said, “Octavia is my people,” I squealed. As horrible as Lincoln’s death is, Octavia & Indra can now finally fully commit lớn each other. Without Lincoln lớn (ironically) bind her lớn the Arkadians, she can now become a Grounder for real.

What the hell is gonna happen lớn Bellamy after this? He didn’t kill Lincoln và never wanted this to lớn happen, but his tư vấn of Pike indirectly led to lớn this happening. Bellamy continues khổng lồ be one of the most complex characters on television, và his is another story I’m excited to see play out.So obviously hindsight is 20/20, but imagine if, instead of killing Lincoln, the show had pulled a fast one on us & had Kane take Lincoln’s place at the last minute. It makes sense, Kane was willing to stick up for the Grounders before, và his death khổng lồ save them would have given Lincoln a reason khổng lồ keep championing the Grounder/Arker alliance. Ah, well, that was not to be. And I’m happy that at least Kane is alive, for a minute there I thought we’d thảm bại both of them.I AM SO DAMN EXCITED FOR AMERICAN GODS. I started reading the book when he was first cast, và Ricky Whittle is the perfect Shadow. As heartbroken as I am about Lincoln being gone, knowing that his career is only just getting started makes me so happy.

Next week on ‘The 100’ season 3, episode 10

Here’s the promo for “Fallen,” in which Jaha might just force Abby to inject one of the foreverchips:

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