The 100 Season 2 Finale Spoilers: Blood Must Have Blood (Part II)

By Kitin Miranda | 3 years ago
The 100 Season 2 Finale Spoilers: Blood Must Have Blood (Part II)
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“The 100” Season 2 Episode 16 “Blood Must Have Blood (Part II)”, the second season finale will air on Wednesday, March 10, 2015 at 9:00 PM on The CW.

In this episode, the story revolving around Mount Weather will end with a climactic and dramatic, action packed finale. In anticipation of this, Spoiler TV has released and shared several sneak peeks that give fans and viewers a glimpse into the emotions and the fast pacing of the coming episode. Also, IGN managed to sit down with Jason Rothenberg, the creator of the show, and managed to get some insights about the season finale, and what will happen next. WARNING: This article contains spoilers for Season 2 Episode 16 “Blood Must Have Blood (Part II)”. Read on only to learn more about this episode.

In anticipation for the second season finale of “The 100”, Spoiler TV shared and released several small sneak peek clips which show what will be happening in the episode.

In the first release, it is shown that Jasper Jordan (Devon Bostick) and Octavia Blake (Marie Avgeropoulos) planned to kill President Cage Wallace (Johnny Whitworth), after Maya (Eve Harlow) told them that he was on Level 5. Meanwhile, Bellamy Blake (Bob Morley) paid a visit to an imprisoned Dante Wallce (Raymond J. Barry) and pleaded him to help them find another way out so that Bellamy could get all of the forty four out of Mount Weather, safe and sound.

In the second exclusive sneak peek clip, Octavia is shown waiting outside the door in the tunnels, as she had no way in. Then, all of a sudden, the chute opened, and the lifeless body of Fox (Genevieve Buechner) came out. She then became jumpy and got ready to attack the person approaching her in the tunnels, but put away her weapon immediately after realizing that it was just Clarke Griffin (Eliza Taylor). Clarke was surprised that Octavia was still there, to which she told Clarke that she knew exactly what side she was truly on. Clarke then told her what had happened, and told her that they had taken Lincoln (Ricky Whittle) with them against his will.

An emotionally distraught Clarke then tried banging on the door, and tried to blast the access panel by the door to get inside, but stopped after being calmed down by Octavia. She then told Octavia that she didn’t understand what they wanted from her, and Octavia reminded her that she had trusted Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey) and that her “ best” wasn’t enough, but that everyone, including Bellamy, was counting on her now.

However, this is the least of Clarke’s worries, according to show creator and screenwriter Jason Rothenberg, who managed to sit down with IGN to talk about the finale and what will be happening next to the heroes of the show.

According to the interview, Clarke will definitely have more to worry about on her plate as the finale will show whether she will be willing to give up her own soul in order to save her people, just like Lexa and Dante did, as she will be faced by a very difficult choice to make, which will be similar to what Dante and Lexa faced.

Rothenberg also went on to say that Lexa made the choice that she did as she was offered a chance to stop the reaping from happening again, and that she stayed consistent to her belief that love is indeed a weakness, especially for a leader. He also mentioned that negotiations were underway for the actress to return again in that role in the third season, as she will still be a Grounder commander, and because there will be interesting stories to tell in the third season if and when Clarke chances upon Lexa again, considering what had just happened to them.

And that was all for the sneak peak and update on the Season 2 Finale of “The 100”- Episode 16 “Blood Must Have Blood (Part II)”. For more news, updates and recaps on “The 100” and other television shows, keep on following Movie News Guide (MNG).

Catch the season finale of “The 100” next Wednesday night at 9:00 PM on The CW.

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Kitin Miranda enjoys writing, learning new things, telling stories, and doing theater. When she is not busy with her many projects, she can be found reading a good book, writing poetry or fiction, updating her blog, discovering new food places around her neighborhood, or watching American or Asian TV shows.