The 100 Season 3: That's the dream. And now it's a reality, too. Welcome to H&H's weekly romance-focused episode reviews dedicated solely to tracking the show's relationships, especially Bellarke and Clexa. If this show has taught us anything, it's that this is going to be one wild ride, so buckle up!
Show/Episode: The 100 Season 3, Episode 16, “Perverse Instantiation: Part 2” (SPOILERS for this episode ahead, natch)
Ship(s): Clarke/Lexa (Clexa), Bellamy/Clarke (Bellarke)
The beauty of genre TV is that death doesn't have to be final. While repeated resurrections can cheapen death (I'm looking at you, Arrow), a well-timed temporary resurrection thanks to extremely advanced tech can be a welcome way to bring back a beloved character for a proper goodbye.
Losing Lexa earlier this season was just one decision that led to an overall uneven season of character development, though unlike some of the others this one was primarily driven by forces from outside the show. It wasn't just tragic for a fan base that had become attached to a wonderful character, but became emblematic of issues of LGBT representation on TV and the way creators interact with fans online.
But, because The 100 is a sci-fi show, because Lexa was connected to an incredibly complex AI, the finale was our chance to see our beloved Commander again. And for her and Clarke to share a few last intimate moments!