Season four of The 100 premiered on February 1st, and the first two episodes have landed Skaikru in a few more pickles than where we left off. For those who don’t remember, season three ended not only with the defeat of ALIE, but with the realization that there is a second apocalypse imminent. A handful of nuclear reactors that were once built to withstand the end of the world (that’s handy, right?) are now breaking down. Their collapse will release radiation similar to what destroyed civilization 97 years before. Season three body count: 2+

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So far this year, The 100 has not been shy with character deaths or plot twists. In a world like this, peace is fleeting; a new Commander attempts to control the coalition, while artificial intelligence ravages the population of Arkadia. Clarke remains Wanheda, attempting to reconcile the person she was with the person she longs to be. Season three body count: 500+

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The 100 has returned with a vengeance. Picking up three months after the events inside Mount Weather, the delinquents and Sky People were enjoying a tenuous peace with the Grounders. But peace cannot last in a world like this, where Clarke Griffin has been hailed as the Wanheda, the Commander of Death, and the Grounder-hating Pike is elected to be the new Chancellor of Arkadia.

Spoilers ahead!

The 100 has returned with a vengeance. Picking up three months after the events inside Mount Weather, the delinquents and Arkers were enjoying a tenuous peace with the Grounders. But peace cannot last in a world like this, where Clarke Griffin has been hailed as the Wanheda, the Commander of Death, and the Grounder-hating Pike is elected to be the new Chancellor of Arkadia.

Spoilers ahead!

When I write recaps, I tend to follow a distinct formula. But every now and then, an episode comes along that tends to summarize itself in a slightly different format. “Bitter Harvest” was exactly that; as I watched, my brain became a hotbed of every emotional reaction gif I’ve ever seen on the internet.

The 100 has returned with a vengeance. Picking up three months after the events inside Mount Weather, the delinquents and Arkers were enjoying a tenuous peace with the Grounders. But peace cannot last in a world like this, where Clarke Griffin has been hailed as the Wanheda, the Commander of Death, and the Grounder-hating Pike is elected to be the new Chancellor of Arkadia.

Spoilers ahead!