The 100 season 4: Episode 13, the ultimate fight for survival, our critic of the Season Finale!
While Episode 13 of Season 4 of The 100 has just been released on the CW, let’s get back together on the events that marked the Season Finale!
A mysterious final! Yes, the meltynauts, the end of the world finally ended up hitting the earth, forcing our heroes to make immense sacrifices to ensure their survival. Between a bunker that will have to put all its differences aside to cohabit and a rocket that has not retreated in front of anything to do the impossible, “Praimfaya” proved well built and terribly mysterious. While Melty’s editor suggested that you discover our criticism of episode 12 of season 4 of The 100 , let’s go back in detail to the highlights of the Season Final broadcast last night on the CW . And the least that can be said is that Octavia became the leader of the reunited clans . An incredible evolution for his character who went from incarnated carelessness to a responsible woman and capable of bringing a unity that neither Clarke nor Bellamy had managed to breathe. Accompanied by Indra, the young woman should be both fair and strict in order to allow everyone to live happily in the bunker. But it is obviously not on them that the last episode of the season was centered. It must be said that our group of eight people still has a lot to do if they want to fly into space and unfortunately they only have 90 minutes to put everything in place. Everyone then divides into several groups. Monty and Murphy go outside to bring back essential equipment for their departure.
If Murphy has evolved enormously in the eyes of the public and certain characters, it was felt that Monty’s grudge was still present. But Monty remains one of the most humane and disinterested characters in the series and without hesitation decides to forget his quarrel to sacrifice his hands and allow Murphy to bring back the precious equipment. Meanwhile, Clarke has a bad feeling and it is Bellamy that she shares. The young woman is terrified and she is convinced that her mother’s vision will finally come true. She needs to be sure that Bellamy will continue to lead the group in his absence and that he will follow his head a little more to ensure their survival . A beautiful scene that will delight Bellarke fans. There is no doubt that the bonds of these two are eternal and that they have an undeniable mutual respect. Over time, they have learned to cohabit and we will hide from you that this particular moment seemed bitter bitter as if Clarke were really farewell. But no time for them to remember more memories since Raven has pushed the ship too much and the communication system is now unusable. There is only one solution left: to go out and start everything from the outside. And it is obviously Clarke who decides to do it. But no time for them to remember more memories since Raven has pushed the ship too much and the communication system is now unusable. There is only one solution left: to go out and start everything from the outside. And it is obviously Clarke who decides to do it. But no time for them to remember more memories since Raven has pushed the ship too much and the communication system is now unusable. There is only one solution left: to go out and start everything from the outside. And it is obviously Clarke who decides to do it.
After several difficulties, it ends up succeeding and our heroes finally find themselves in the Ark. And until the last moment, we feared for their lives. Fortunately, Bellamy does not intend to give up especially now that he thinks that Clarke is dead. While the whole group fainted, he managed in extremis to relight the oxygen valve. While Raven and Bellamy vow to stay side by side, Clarke returns to the laboratory but his burns seem fatal . However, the episode is far from over as we are witnessing a jump in the time of six years and a week. Clarke is alive and well and everyday, since the earth is habitable again, she tries to contact Bellamy. They should have gone down again, A year now and the young woman explains the bunker has never been reopened. We also discover that she is accompanied by a little girl. Clarke seems desperate at the thought of seeing his friends again when a ship is ready to land. Ravie, however, she quickly deceived by discovering that it was a ship of prisoners belonging to a mysterious organization. Does that mean our characters have been taken prisoner? In short, this Season Finale was well orchestrated and offered us a real conclusion to the intrigue that has occupied us all the season. It remains to be seen what happened in the past six years and we look forward to it. Waiting for next season, relive the promotion video of episode 13 of season 4 of The 100.