5 biggest questions after The 100 Season 5 finale

The 100 -- "Shifting Sands" -- Photo: Katie Yu/The CW -- Acquired via CW TV PR
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2. Who will Clarke and Bellamy wake up first?

Jordan was given the instruction to wake Clarke and Bellamy up first. This makes sense. Monty and Harper knew that out of all, they would be the ones able to handle the situation Monty was putting them in. Once Monty had figured out that there was a new planet, he knew that he needed someone who could handle being a leader and the stress of a new world.

When it came to the series premiere, both Bellamy and Clarke immediately stepped up as leaders. They helped to find a way to work together, despite initially despising each other. Over the years, they’ve tried to find ways to be better leaders, better people, and look out for others.

But now they’ll need to start waking other up. They’re in a unique position in choosing who to wake up first. Raven is the likeliest of choices, considering she can pilot the ship. Shaw can also pilot it and would be a good second option, especially since he was part of the prisoner ship at the start of The 100 Season 5.

They’ll need a doctor, so waking Abby would be a good third choice and Bellamy would likely want Echo awake. Then there’s Diyoza, who would have some idea of the mission to find a new world.

As for the others, Madi would be a good choice. Clarke would want her daughter and Madi has the experience of the other commanders. She can figure out what they did while on the ground and learn from how they felt when Skaikru landed the first time. After all, they have no idea what’s already down there.

What about Octavia? Bellamy admitted there’s a part of him that still loves his sister but he hates part of what she has become. Maybe he needs a little more time since he doesn’t remember 125 years of not being around her.

Murphy and Emori may be good options to wake up right away. They’ve both proven themselves, and I’d love to see Jordan finally get to meet his favorite.