Everyone thinks Pike is the real villain this season... for my money its going to be Jaha. Pike is at least principled, I may not agree with him, but I respect where he is coming from, he is very Kane in season 1. Jaha is just out of his damn mind. Forcing that chip into Abby... yikes. Clarke, you have been gone for too long (seriously I am getting pissed about it) ...while you have been off not washing your hair in Polis for the benefit of "your people" mare harm is being done within the walls of Arkadia. You actually need to be with your people instead of talking about it or when you finally drag your butt there there will be barely anyone left to save.
Unsurprisingly, The 100's third season finale will be "really dark," according to star Lindsey Morgan. And while characters have been widely spread out all season, the episode will give closure for all the seemingly disparate story lines. "You'll get caught up with everybody. You'll get a lot of ends wrapped up. You'll see a lot of characters you haven't seen for a while," Morgan says. "I think the finale is a really great bookend to the entire journey that everyone has been on since Season 1."
The 100 Cast, EP Talk Season 4, New Pairings (Raven as Clark's 'Daddy'?!), 'Cool' Peacemakers... and Showers
No sooner had Eliza Taylor and the gang from The 100 settled into TVLine’s Comic-Con studio presented by ZTE for their interview with Andy Swift than she took Lindsey Morgan‘s hand and said, “We have an announcement to make. Princess Mechanic — it’s on!”
She was kidding (probably). But even if she was dead serious, other obstacles might stand in the way of a Clarke/Raven coupling. “People want me and Abby to be in love,” Morgan told Taylor. “They want me to be your daddy.”
Also in the video above, the actresses shared their hopes for their characters in Season 4, Henry Ian Cusick discussed the importance of cool peacemakers on TV, Swift shocked the group with some breaking news, and Christopher Larkin promised that, next season, “Monty and Murphy are gonna have a giant battle. People have been waiting for it for years.
“Minimal clothing,” he added, grinning. “Tons of sweat.”