Friday, April 4, 2014

The 100 Episode 3 review

The 100 

The 100, a show that keeps you on the edge of your seat it doesn't have a single slow episode yet. 
The show is about 100 kids being sent to earth after a hundred or so years of mankind having lived in a space station after a nuclear war makes the earth unlivable. The third episode in the series so far was amazing right down to the earth showing another way it has changed from the earth we all know and love, to the 100 on earth trying to survive.

       As the 100 deal with the new weather on earth, a new form of acid like fog proves to challenge them. Clarke, wells and Finn are stuck inside of some sort of limited spaced shelter hiding from the weather where indifferences are met between the 100 causing tension to run rampant.
This episode proves that the writers and producers know how to pace a story very well. This episode revealed many things that have kept me personally wanting to know what happened with Clarke and wells.

                I love how this episode shows the relationship between Clarke and wells and how it has become so strained.

 If you haven’t yet watched this show or read the book, the television show is based off of (by Kase Morgan) then you won’t know what I am talking about. 

                So far this series has proved to do everything it tries to pull off very well. I believe anyone that likes lost or the merlin series from BBC will enjoy this show. Like lost it has some mysteries of its own with those mysteries it keeps you wanting to watch the next episode to find out what happens next, So I suggest if you haven’t watched it yet go to the CW website and tune in you’ll love it.
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