Every week, Fangirlish writers (and sometimes guests) sit down to discuss new episodes of The 100. We share our thoughts, feelings, and speculations on everything and anything in what we like to call Fangirlish Roundtables. Today, we’re breaking down episode 3×16 of The 100, “Perverse Instantiation Part Two,” where weRead More →

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Every week, Fangirlish writers (and sometimes guests) sit down to discuss new episodes of The 100. We share our thoughts, feelings, and speculations on everything and anything in what we like to call Fangirlish Roundtables. Today, we’re breaking down The 100 penultimate episode “Perverse Instantiation Part One.” Join us as we discussRead More →

If the penultimate episode “Perverse Instantiation Part One” taught us anything, it’s that MORE pain can always inflicted on The 100. No matter what our delinquents did, A.L.I.E. was one step ahead of them. And just when they thought they had a chance she used their loved ones against them. Sneaky little devil, isn’t she?Read More →

Our delinquents have finally found Luna in The CW’s The 100. (Well technically she found them.) They’ve entered uncharted territory and are about to experience a new kind of Grounder. Back on land, A.L.I.E. is prepping her army. Girls got some hunting to do in ‘Red Sky at Morning!’ Official Synopsis:Read More →

Every week, Fangirlish writers (and sometimes guests) sit down to discuss new episodes of The 100. We share our thoughts, feelings, and speculations on everything and anything in what we like to call Fangirlish Roundtables. Today, we’re breaking down The 100 episode “Join or Die.” Join us as we discuss BellarkeRead More →

Our delinquents have finally made it to Luna in The 100 episode ‘Join or Die’. Compared to other things they’ve done, it was as easy as lighting a fire at the right spot, at the right time. Meanwhile in Polis, A.L.I.E. is stirring up even more trouble for our heroesRead More →

Every time I’m certain I’m safe and not going to melt into a puddle of feels induced tears, The 100 proves me wrong. “Fallen” reached down and stripped me of the little composure I had after Lincoln’s death and replaced it with fear for EVERYONE! And I mean all ofRead More →

I know you’re still emotionally devastated. Anyone would be after the pain The 100 served up in “Stealing Fire.” We definitely are. Not only did we lose a fan favorite, we love you Ricky Whittle aka Lincoln, but we said goodbye to Clarke in Polis in a deadly way. TheRead More →

Marcus Kane of The 100 started off as the scapegoat antagonist. He was meant to distract, to make us think we knew the kind of man he was from the start. It wasn’t long until we realized he was so much more than the adversary of everything we were cheeringRead More →

Welcome to the The 100‘s Mutiny of Kane! His specialties are: believing in others when they don’t believe in themselves, looking out for the survival of his people, and teaming up with Grounders friends to fight the good fight. (Keyword: friends!) After last week’s angst filled ending (that is stillRead More →

Lexa had to die. I don’t mean to say that I’m thrilled at her death and wished for it in this week’s episode of The 100 titled ‘Thirteen.’ I mean that her death has served a purpose that cannot be denied. Also this isn’t the last we’ll see of Lexa.Read More →

Things are getting pretty complicated on The 100, aren’t they? Our minds and those in the show are being pushed to try and pick sides in a never ending battle to live while not giving into the enemies wishes or hands. This episode tests our thoughts on loyalty, revenge, andRead More →

The 100’s “Hakeldama” was the episode that we needed last week but couldn’t have because The CW would never allow a two hour episode and we’d explode from angst overload. (There’s certainly enough of that in one episode to go through a box of tissues and wine twice over.) ButRead More →

Tides are changing on The CW’s The 100. With the Ice Queen dead and Pike in power no one is safe and war is inevitable in ‘Watch the Thrones.’ Bellamy has also fallen under the spell of grief and Pike’s smooth talking. It’s the start of an arc that willRead More →