Well guys, another episode of The 100 has torpedoed into our lives, and it left sand, tubes of blood, and imaginary babies in its wake. This episode had its literal ups and downs (get it, cause Jaha went from space to earth, and space is up and the earth is down and it’s very late right now and I ate too many mints).
There was some very awesome stuff going on. Miller’s back! Anya’s in a cage! We have a bitchin new Grounder leader! The beetle-cure is PINK!
It was a solid showing, but Inclement Weather didn’t make my skin tingle the way The 100 usually does, and I’ll tell you why. I just do not give two hoots about Thelonious Jaha. I’m so over him, I learned his name and spelt it right. I’M SORRY, OKAY. In my heart, Jaha’s story ...Read more
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