The 100 S4E6: "We Will Rise"
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The 100 S4E6: "We Will Rise"

We Will Rise exemplifies what is both going right—and wrong—with this season of The 100. — Maybe this whole review will be one big confession and reflection back on season four thus far, and I’m okay with that. We’ve hit the halfway point and it’s a good time to assess where the season stands so far and what is working and what isn’t.

The 100 S4E4: A Lie Guarded
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The 100 S4E4: A Lie Guarded

A Lie Guarded burned through the story, relying on plot gimmicks instead of character motivation to drive an ultimately disjointed episode. — An excuse is worse and more terrible than a lie; for an excuse is a lie guarded.—Alexander Pope

The 100 S4E1: "Echoes" Review
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The 100 S4E1: "Echoes" Review

The 100’s fourth season premiere, ‘Echoes’, picks up right where the season three finale left off, catapulting the audience into a fast-paced thirty-six hours in which Clarke, Bellamy, and company not only reckon with the coming apocalypse but also use their wits to survive Polis, where danger lurks at every turn.

The 100 S3E14: "Red Sky at Morning" Review
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The 100 S3E14: "Red Sky at Morning" Review

Red Sky at Morning is a thrilling episode that leaves all three of our hero groups more screwed than they even know. — I loved this episode. Loved it. There are some flaws, but the technical aspects worked together to create one of the most riveting episodes of the season. At the end of it all, our heroes are completely up the creek, which is most excellent going into part one of the finale next week, Perverse Instantiation Pt. 1.

The 100 S3E12: "Demons" Review
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The 100 S3E12: "Demons" Review

Demons combines effective pop-up horror in a Mount Weather redux scenario to force Clarke to face her past. — Demons begins with a scenario that most of us are familiar with: sitting around a campfire, late at night, telling spooky stories. Lightening flashes and thunder rolls as Miller spins a yarn of Captain Fidalgo, from the first generation on the Ark, who saw demons in his sleep and started killing people with his hook.

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