Hosts Taylor Gates, Sayrie, Cherry Davis, and Jorge Pallo discuss season 5 episode 9 of The 100: Sic Semper Tyrannis. It’s an all-out civil war for both Wonkru and Eligiuskru. With Octavia sick from Bellamy’s poison, Gaia turns to Madi for help…much to Clarke’s dismay. Meanwhile, McCreary returns with a vengeance, threatening Kane and Diyoza’s plans for peace. John, Echo, Emori, and Raven agree to take advantage of the cracks in Diyoza’s leadership but disagree on what to do with Shaw. Don’t forget to share your predictions and pick for Boss Move of the Week in the comments below!
The 100 After Show:
Join us on a path into the unknown as we follow the exiles back to planet Earth to test its habitability after nuclear Armageddon destroyed the planet. On THE 100 AFTER SHOW we discuss their journey as they hold the fate of the human race in their hands. Tune in here for reviews, recaps and in-depth discussions of the latest episodes, as well as the insider scoop from cast and crew members on the show.
ABOUT THE 100:
The series is set 97 years after a devastating nuclear war wiped out almost all life on Earth. The only known survivors are the residents of twelve space stations in Earth’s orbit prior to the war. The space stations banded together to form a single massive station named “The Ark”, where about 2,400 people live under the leadership of Chancellor Jaha. Resources are scarce and all crimes, no matter their nature or severity, are punishable by ejection into space (“floating”) unless the perpetrator is under 18 years of age. After the Ark’s life-support systems are found to be critically failing, 100 juvenile prisoners are declared “expendable” and sent to the surface—nearby former Washington, D.C.—in a last ditch attempt to determine if Earth is habitable again in a program called “The 100”, for which the show is named. The teens arrive on a seemingly pristine planet they have only seen from space. They are meant to find refuge and supplies at the old military installation in Mount Weather. However, they have landed a fair distance from it and soon face other problems. Confronting both the wonders and the dangers of this rugged new world, they struggle to form a tentative community. However, they discover not all humanity was wiped out; some people on Earth, called Grounders, survived the war, and there are even more dangers lurking – Reapers (Grounders who have become cannibals) and Mountain Men (who live in Mount Weather, the original destination of the 100).