5 biggest questions after The 100 Season 7, Episode 13

The 100 -- "Blood Giant" -- Image Number: HU711A_0002r.jpg -- Pictured: Eliza Taylor as Clarke -- Photo: Colin Bentley/The CW -- © 2020 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved.
The 100 -- "Blood Giant" -- Image Number: HU711A_0002r.jpg -- Pictured: Eliza Taylor as Clarke -- Photo: Colin Bentley/The CW -- © 2020 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved. /

The 100 Season 7, Episode 13 left us with some major questions

There’s no doubt there are some angry fans of The 100 after Season 7, Episode 13. I’m not even going to touch too much on the reasons for the understandable anger right now. I’m still processing, and I’ve watched the episode three times now to work thoughts my thoughts for articles.

However, the episode did leave with some major questions for the final three episodes of the series. It’s time to delve into them.

Here are my five biggest questions after The 100 Season 7, Episode 13.

So is that really it for Bellamy?

While I’m not going into the reasons for the anger, I do need to bring up this one burning question. Is this really it for Bellamy this time? Is he dead?

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It certainly seems so. After the episode, showrunner Jason Rothenburg brought out a tweet to thank Bob Morley for his work on the series. It was certainly a goodbye tweet.

It was also a tweet to attempt to explain the death. My argument is you don’t sacrifice one character’s development for another’s. An exit should serve all characters when it comes to TV. While the show is about survival, it’s also really only ever been about Clarke. Everyone else has been dispensible.

Note: I’m not a Bellarke shipper. I can’t be bothered with ships. This is all about character development and telling a good story.

Will Sheidheda survive?

The episode ended with Sheidheda still tied up and bleeding out. He looks like he’s on death’s door, but there’s no way he’s going to die, right? The 100 Season 7, Episode 13 already had plenty of major deaths for one episode.

Chances are that Sheidheda will get help from the Disciples left behind. Will he try to convert them to his beliefs or will be become a new Disciple?

Will Clarke tell everyone what she did?

Clarke was alone when she killed Bellamy. She had to get thorugh the bridge before it closed to get back to her friends. Will she tell them everything she’s done?

Clarke has a habit of lying and covering up the truth. Of course, the truth eventually comes out. If she doesn’t tell them what she feels she had to do to protect Madi then they’re going to learn through another way. That means they’ll turn against Clarke.

There are only three episodes left. There isn’t enough time for this. The beginning of the season wasted way too much time planet-hopping.

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Where is Gaia?

Now Clarke and Indra both realize Gaia is missing, are we finally going to find her? The poor girl has been on a planet somewhere with just one of the Disciples (who may or may not have been alive) with nobody even realizing that she was gone.

I thought she’d end up on the same planet as Bellamy. That would have been useful to manage the two storylines with so few episodes left at the time. Instead, the show has dragged this out and either Gaia is just going to be completely forgotten about forever or the characters are just going to randomly come up to her in a way that makes little sense.

Should we just expect more terrible decisions?

This whole season has dragged. I don’t usually wish for shows to be canceled. If I don’t enjoy something, I move on. However, I enjoyed the earlier seasons of The 100 so much, that I hoped the show could get back to what it was good at. However, Seasons 6 and 7 haven’t been the standard set in the earlier seasons. Maybe The 100 Season 5 would have been a better way to end things.

With three episodes left, I’m sticking with it. I want to see how it all comes to an end, to see if something can be salvaged at this point. However, I’m resigned to more terrible decisions to come. I don’t even know if the show can end well at this point.

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What are your big questions after The 100 Season 7, Episode 13? Share them in the comments below.

The 100 airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on The CW.