The 100: Bellamy & Clarke’s finest Seconds
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[Warning: This post contains spoilers for The 100 Season 7 Episode 13! Read at your own risk.]
If you are like us, then you are not over — and could never be Bellamy Blake’s (Bob Morley) departure in the last season of this 100. Even to get a significant character death, this person feels fairly painful, however Morley is here in order to offer a few parting words to make you feel somewhat better.
Morley’s personality Bellamy perished in the last minutes of Episode 13,”Blood Giants,” in the palms of his best buddy, Clarke Griffin (Eliza Taylor). Although Morley remained quiet in summer time that the incident aired, on Thursday he shared with a notice to supporters on his Instagram using a few adorable (if somewhat morbid) reenactment pictures of his personality’s departure with Funko Dolls.
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“OK. What a crazy and life-changing ride it’s been,” Morley wrote. “I’m profoundly thankful to all that were involved in this creation over seven decades. I’d love to thank the team, cast, writers, production division, casting, Vancouver, CW, along with WB. And I wish to thank the FANS who have gone across this trip with all people. I’ve throw memories off and on place and in conventions which can burn brightly for the remainder [of] my entire life. Farewell Bellamy, it is time for the major sleep, so rest easy. You’re free.”
We will provide you a minute to collect yourself then…
On a show including The 100, personalities die all of the time, and it had been pretty much confirmed that numerous big players could be removed the board at the last season. However, fans were bothered by this passing over most because not only did Bellamy betray his buddies to declare allegiance into Cadogan (John Pyper-Ferguson) in his last days, his long-time possible love interest, Clarke, has been the only one to pull the trigger .
If you loved or loathed how Bellamy went outside, we could all agree that stakes are now officially off who will and will not endure the set.
The 100 airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on The CW.
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