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!

The 100 has returned with a vengeance. Picking up three months after the events inside Mount Weather, the delinquents and Arkers are enjoying a tenuous peace with the Grounders. But Clarke Griffin is being hailed as the Wanheda, the Commander of Death, and there’s a bounty on her head from the mysterious Ice Queen who wants Clarke’s power for herself.

Spoilers ahead!

The 100 has returned with a vengeance. Picking up three months after the events inside Mount Weather, the delinquents and Arkers are enjoying a tenuous peace with the Grounders. But Clarke Griffin is being hailed as the Wanheda, the Commander of Death, and there’s a bounty on her head from the mysterious Ice Queen who wants Clarke’s power for herself.

Spoilers ahead!