The 100 7×09, Season 7, Episode 9, “The Flock” aired on The CW July 15, 2020
Well, that was stressful! As we recover from our heart attack (from thinking that Hope was dead), let’s break down those huge moments from The 100 7×09! We definitely have more questions (like where the heck are Gaia and Bellamy to name a few), but we have more answers now. Here’s what went down.
5 HUGE Moments from The 100 7×09
Bardo’s way of life. Bardo’s surface shows Hope, Diyoza, Octavia and Echo exactly what they will be up against if they help in the Bardo war and it’s not pretty. Also, can we just pause to appreciate these four women? This is the bad-ass female squad we didn’t know we needed and watching them school the Disciples in combat was amazing. Their bodies are ready for the war, but Anders and Levitt must train their minds to abandon their bonds and only find for the cause. Some of them are finding it easier than others…
Sanctum is still a hot mess. Nikki has taken control and turned it all into a crazy hostage mess with no real solution that will bring back what she’s lost, but she’s determined to kill Raven (and the faux Primes). Emori is in trouble and Murphy doesn’t hesitate to put himself between her and the danger. This love story really deserves more attention because these two are amazing.
Octavia and Levitt hook up. Okay, FINALLY we are getting some joy in Season 7! These two have been giving each other heart eyes from the beginning and we are here for it! But since this is The 100, it will likely only be cute and blissful for like 5 minutes, so enjoy it while you can, folks! It’s also not super clear if Octavia is into Levitt or if she is keeping him close to use him for his Level 11 access to gain access to that bio-weapon room. Or heck, maybe it’s both. Let’s go with both.
Echo fits in a little too well. In the beginning, it seemed like the plan was to assimilate in order to survive and ultimately escape, but as the mental training went on, it became clear that Echo was a little too into all of this. And it was clear by the side eye she got from Diyoza and Octavia that sending Hope back to Skyring for 5 years alone was NOT part of the plan (if there even was one). Echo’s been given so many chances to grow and change, but it feels like she’s that same spy we met back on Earth. We dig the new hair and the ink though.
Shiedheda slaughters everyone. We have been warned about this crazy f*ck, but now we get to see him in action. Indra doesn’t flinch at much, so to see her level of fear when it comes to Shiedheda should have been all we needed to confirm his true and terrible capabilities. The Grounders have a Commander again and suddenly this feels like it’s going to be part of the final war that Anders has been yapping about.
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