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Short summary

The alliance between Camp Jaha and the Grounders is jeopardized when Gustus is poisoned. Meanwhile at Mount Weather, Monty lands himself in hot water.

The Frequency they use for talking is know as the aircraft emergency frequency (also known as guard), which is a frequency used on the aircraft band reserved for emergency communications for aircraft in distress. The frequency is 121.5 MHz for civilian, also known as International Air Distress (IAD) or VHF Guard.

Last episode to feature Thomas McDonnell.

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    • Author: Nnulam
    There's a pact! And of course, not everyone's happy about that. At Mount Weather the group springs to action. And Clarke has some problems with ghosts.

    This episode is a slow paced one, but the better for it, because it keeps the tension at a high level, and adds a new layer to the proceedings: are Grounders and Ark people going to be able to work together or is the ticking bomb going to explode? Both teams offer many perspectives and ideas, from Raven's desire for revenge, to Kane's thoughtful words, and Alycia Debnam-Carey's Lexa way too smart Grounders leader. In a society full of violent and dangerous people, she seems too cool to had gotten into power. The show follows the it's-just-like-this explanation of not explaining it, and we can accept it, as she is a smart character.

    But that her and Clarke are both leaders, just teenagers, is somewhat difficult to explain. Kane's words at the beginning of the episode telling how both groups are leaded by children at least makes the characters recognize it. As Machiavelli said, fortune favors the younger, because they have more energy and desire.

    It's pretty obvious that more tensions between Grounders and Ark people will happen. How next episodes deal with this will show if "The 100" can keep its quality.

    And with the lives of Monty, Jasper and the others on the line, will they arrive on time to Mount Weather? "The 100" is treading now well known sci-fi territory. But the production values and the acting and plot development keeps it being great.
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    • Author: bass
    The pace of the 1st half of this season seemed to move along quite well. Each episode had a reveal to deepen and darken the storyline. Unfortunately this premier after its mid season break just slowed way down and lost all momentum it has built up so far. Clarke dealing with Finn's death is probably the weakest acting the show has been subject to, at least by Eliza Taylor, and the multiple recurrence of Finn popping up behind people's shoulders and lurking in the shrubbery to "haunt" her was a bit cringe inducing.

    In all not a whole lot in terms of plot advancement. Dare I use the word "filler". I think the whole episode could have been summed up in half the time in a better manner. Overall disappointed in this particular episode, especially since the season so far has been very interesting. Hopefully this isn't a sign of things to come.
  • Episode cast overview, first billed only:
    Eliza Taylor Eliza Taylor - Clarke Griffin
    Paige Turco Paige Turco - Dr. Abigail Griffin
    Thomas McDonell Thomas McDonell - Finn Collins
    Bob Morley Bob Morley - Bellamy Blake
    Marie Avgeropoulos Marie Avgeropoulos - Octavia Blake
    Devon Bostick Devon Bostick - Jasper Jordan
    Lindsey Morgan Lindsey Morgan - Raven Reyes
    Ricky Whittle Ricky Whittle - Lincoln
    Christopher Larkin Christopher Larkin - Monty Green
    Isaiah Washington Isaiah Washington - Thelonious Jaha (credit only)
    Henry Ian Cusick Henry Ian Cusick - Marcus Kane
    Johnny Whitworth Johnny Whitworth - Cage Wallace
    Alycia Debnam-Carey Alycia Debnam-Carey - Lexa
    Adina Porter Adina Porter - Indra
    Eve Harlow Eve Harlow - Maya Vie
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