The 100 season 7: top 5 of the most memorable scenes of the series

The 100 season 7: top 5 of the most memorable scenes of the series

The 100 season 7: top 5 of the most memorable scenes of the series

The 100 season 7: top 5 of the most memorable scenes of the series The end is near … While episode 16 of season 7 of The 100 – the very last of the series – will be broadcast this Wednesday, September 30, 2020 on The CW, Purebreak looks back on the most significant moments of the series, since its debut. Warning, if you are not up to date in the series, do not read this article further, it contains spoilers.

Much more than a page which turns, it is a book which is about to close for the fans of The 100. It is this Wednesday, September 30, 2020 that The CW broadcasts episode 16 of season 7, marking the end of the series. Considering the turn that the last episodes have taken (with in particular the death of Bellamy Blake (Bob Morley) and the disturbing trailer of the last episode, we expect everything for this end, and especially the death of several key characters of the series, like Octavia Blake (Marie Avgeropoulos) for example.But while waiting to cry bitter tears, let's go back to the most outstanding moments of the series according to Purebreak.

Top 5 most memorable scenes from The 100:

5. “We're back bitches”

Let's start at the beginning: the arrival of the 100 (of the 101 with Bellamy) on Earth, during the very first episode. Octavia Blake (Marie Avgeropoulos) is the first to set foot on this planet full of greenery. “We're back bitches” , she shouts, before being followed by the 100 others … All to the music of Imagine Dragons!

The 100 Season 1 Episode 1

4. The first kiss between Clarke and Lexa

The first kiss between Clarke Griffin (Eliza Taylor) and Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey) in episode 14 of season 2, upon their first meeting, is very symbolic. Besides the fact that Clarke allows herself to love again after the painful death of Finn Collins, this kiss is a token of love, as their two peoples go to war. Far beyond fiction, the writers made Clarke an openly bisexual character, and her relationship with Lexa had a significant impact on the LGBT community.

The first kiss between Clarke and Lexa in episode 14 of season 2 of The 100

3. Octavia wins the Conclave

He is one of the favorite characters of this series: Octavia Blake (Marie Avgeropoulos) has shown throughout the difficult trials that she has gone through her badass side. We all remember this episode 10 of season 4, during which Octavia wins the Conclave and decides to share the bunker with all the clans, thus saving them from the nuclear explosions that will ravage the Earth. Covered in blood and victory necklace in hand, her arrival is worthy of a true badass queen. She then becomes a real leader.

Octavia wins the Conclave in episode 10 of season 4 of The 100

2. Cryonics and 125 years later …

For the end of season 5 of The 100, the writers have done a lot. As Earth is once again on the verge of devastation, the characters leave the planet aboard the Eligius ship in search of a new planet and are all cryonized. 125 years later, Clarke and Bellamy are woken up by Jordan, son of Harper McIntyre (Chelsey Reist) and Monty Green (Christopher Larkin). If the former died of a genetic disease, Monty dies of old age after searching for a viable new planet for the survivors.

The cryogenization and the time jump in episode 13 of season 5 of The 100

1. Lincoln's death

The scene that most marked us is unfortunately one of the most painful: that of the death of Lincoln (Ricky Whittle) in episode 9 of season 3. The warrior Trikru and boyfriend of Octavia is condemned to died by Charles Pike, now Chancellor. If Octavia tries to save him, he is executed with a bullet to the head in front of his eyes … a heartbreaking moment. If there were many deaths throughout the seasons and if we hesitated for a long time with that of Finn Collins (Thomas McDonell) – that of Bellamy (Bob Morley) being a little too sloppy – that of Lincoln remains in our hands. most traumatic eyes.

Lincoln's death in episode 9 of season 3 of The 100

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