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Breaking down the reasons why Bellamy and Clarke should and shouldn't take their relationship to the next level. Bob Morley as Bellamy and Eliza Taylor as Clarke in 'The ' Season 4. As for Clarke's relationship with Bellamy, Taylor teased, "I think. What about the group on the Ark? Bob Morley revealed Bellamy and unit,” saying Bellamy heeded Clarke's advice of “using his head and Morgan added that the relationship between Raven and Murphy has changed, too.
For her part, Clarke seemed to believe Bellamy had been her hallucination. When she sees him again — and realizes he's quite real — she cries. The pair share not one, but two hugs in the extremely emotional and powerful scene. Her expression changes to one of total shock, and she blinks rapidly, as if to fend off tears.The 100 - Clarke kiss Bellamy ''May we meet again'' (2x16)
If anything, it makes their reunion in the season finale all the more interesting. The pair have run the gamut from enemies, to friends, to strangers and back a multitude of times. What exactly that is? It just might surpass definition. In Defense of Blodreina: Why Octavia Blake Deserves Redemption on 'The ' She's been a polarizing character this season, but we don't think she's too far gone.
More often than not, the healthiness of their relationship is a barometer for the conflict on the show.
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With a relationship so multifaceted, there are bound to be intense moments; heartwarming, heartbreaking, hard to watch and hard to look away from. While Clarke's been stuck on the ground with only her new adopted daughter for company, Bellamy fell into a relationship with the disgraced Echo, who had been banished by both Roan and Octavia after she cheated in the conclave and was also just kind of a jerk.
But again, that was a long time ago now, and things have changed. Three years after the death wave, Bellamy and Echo got together, and now that they're about to head down to earth, he promises that "nothing is going to change on the ground.
Find Out the Fate of All Your Favorite Shows Most fans are likely not shocked by this development, since as soon as it was clear that Clarke and Bellamy would be separated, Becho felt inevitable. But if you are still feeling a little disappointed by the news, that's completely understandable, but you also kinda can't blame either of them.
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They have been stuck on a spaceship together for six years, after all. That's going to come as a huge shock to more so I think Octavia, for sure.
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She was about to commit suicide, but Bellamy stopped her and convinced her to join him, Murphy, Monty, Raven, Emori, and Harper up in space. They both definitely deserve a happy ending!
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Shared understanding There is perhaps no other pairing on the show that has endured as much as a cohesive unit as Bellamy and Clarke have. Bellarke definitely have all of that and more, and at times, they each seem to know the other person better than they know themselves. During that six-year time jump, Bellamy found it in his heart to forgive the former Azgeda devotee and fell in love with her.
Clarke enraged Bellamy by staying in Polis instead of returning home to Arkadia in Season 3, and then Bellamy helped massacre an entire grounder army and betrayed Clarke. And then, in Season 4, Clarke locked his sister out of the bunker with the intent to let her die in Praimfaya.