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  • Eric (Moderator): From The Hundred: Jason Rothenberg,

  • Eliza Taylor,

  • Lindsey Morgan,

  • Devon Bostick,

  • Christopher Larkin,

  • and Richard Harmon.

  • [cheering]

  • Male Fan: I love you, Lindsey!

  • [cheering]

  • Eric (Moderator): So Eliza, let me ask you, because the storyline has huge implications...

  • [cheering]

  • Eric: We got a look there at how Clarke has to deal...

  • with all of this and she clearly is dealing with this loss.

  • At the same time she has to worry, yeah, whoever...

  • is the new Commander could be heading straight for my people.

  • And now the worst possible person is in that role.

  • So can you talk about going forward...

  • How much is the loss of Lexa weighing on her...

  • while she has to deal with so much else?

  • Eliza: Well, I think, firstly...

  • Clarke has always been very good at compartmentalizing.

  • She's always been very good at pushing forward in even the worst situations.

  • But this one's different. This is her love.

  • It's gonna be really, really, tricky for her.

  • I think it changes her. It really changes her for good.

  • But in true Clarke fashion, she will somehow get through it.

  • But, it really is such a hard situation for her.

  • Eric: Now, Bob, Bellamy has gone to some very dark places.

  • [cheering]

  • Eric: He now is secretly working against Pike, but...

  • not even his sister can trust in him at this point.

  • Bob: Wow, I mean, you're reaching there.

  • Eric: Can he earn back that trust with the people he worked so closely with in the past?

  • Bob: I think he's going to have to prove himself.

  • And he's going to have to learn some pretty tough leffons.

  • Leffons?

  • Yeah, leffons, whatever.

  • Lessons, with that.

  • I'm sorry, this lady with sign language is doing great things.

  • And 'leffons' isn't a word.

  • Now she's going to sign that.

  • But I think it's going to take some work to prove his worth to them.

  • Bob: I don't think that he can't be redeemed.

  • He still has a lot of qualities that are an asset to the Skaikru.

  • Hopefully, he'll end up changing his mind and making them see that.

  • Eric: Lindsey...

  • [cheering]

  • Same Male Fan: I love you, Lindsey!

  • Eric: He really loves you.

  • Eric: Raven was under the sway of the City of Light.

  • She is now rejecting that, but will it be that easy?

  • She did take the chip, and we see that Jaha has some other plan brewing.

  • So can she so easily say: "I'm out on this deal"?

  • Lindsey: That answer is definitely coming up.

  • As far as in the next episodes that follow.

  • I think you really get to see the hold the chip can put on people and what it can do to one's mind.

  • And how scary that is and how one could utterly lose control.

  • You see Raven really put her mentality to the test and also...

  • Her... her friends! Come to her rescue.

  • Crowd: Aww.

  • Lindsey: [laughs] It's good. Keep watching the next episodes. You'll get all your answers.

  • Eric: Meanwhile, Devon, for Jasper, he's been trying to join the City of Light.

  • Now that he's seeing, because he was with Raven, he saw the memories she was missing.

  • Has that sufficiently altered his path? Is he sufficiently out now on trying to take that chip?

  • Devon: I don't know if it sufficiently alters it.

  • Yeah. I mean, Jasper's been suffering major PTSD since Maya melted in his arms, and...

  • Crowd: [laughter]

  • I think he wants to do anything to forget that memory, but...

  • Seeing that Raven has forgotten about all of the good memories with Finn, it may change his mind a little bit?

  • But, you know, having someone melt in your arms is still pretty traumatic.

  • So it's kind of like a balancing act here.

  • Do I take it? Do I not take it? We'll see!

  • Eric: Flip of the coin.

  • Eric: Christopher...

  • Crowd & Richard: [cheering]

  • Eric: Monty, recently, it was good news bad news situation.

  • Because he was reunited with his mom!

  • But she kinda sucks.

  • Crowd: [laughter]

  • Eric: What does he do now that his loyalty is going to be very tested?

  • He's clearly trying to help save the lives of these people, but his mom is diehard Team Pike.

  • Christopher: Hey, quick show of hands, who hates my mom?

  • Crowd: [cheering]

  • Christopher: Okay, to everyone who just raised their hand:

  • Don't forget that before he came to the ground -- He spent four or five months with these fine people.

  • Before that, I think he had a pretty loving relationship with his parents on the Ark.

  • And so his mom is alone on the ground, she's lost her husband...

  • and if Monty turns his back on her then she has nobody.

  • So I think the issue isn't as black and white as that may initially seem.

  • He is very conflicted, but I think he's always trying to do the right thing, so we'll see which direction he goes.

  • Eric: So Richard, with...

  • Crowd: [cheering]

  • Richard: If this was season one you would've booed.

  • Crowd: [laughter]

  • Richard: I'll be glad I get a couple cheers now.

  • Eric: There's eight episodes left this season.

  • How many more times will Murphy get beat up?

  • Richard: Oh boy. I like how that's my question too.

  • Eric: I'll let you think on that.

  • Richard: Well, I mean, I can't spoil anything, but I think consistency is the key.

  • Crowd: [laughter]

  • Richard: So, I think, probably, you're guaranteed a few more times at least.

  • Eric: On a more serious note, Murphy, he was taken to Polis.

  • He really was thrown into this situation.

  • How is he reacting to everything happening around him?

  • Because he was really thrown in there, and there's so much, so many huge events happening.

  • Richard: I mean, for Murphy being thrown into the fire, that's not anything new to him.

  • That's kind of been his MO since being on the ground. He's gone from one bad situation to another.

  • So I think he's taking it the same way he takes all situations for him.

  • Which is just -- He analyzes the situation to see what he can do to survive.

  • Then he makes sure that's what he does. So far he's had a pretty good record of that.

  • Eric: What I think is incredible about the Murphy experience this season...

  • is that he somehow has found himself as the only person who knows everything.

  • He knows everything about what happened to Jaha... Richard: It's true.

  • Eric: He knows everything about what happened with Lexa and the flame.

  • And so he becomes the accidental hero in many ways that I think people would not have guessed...

  • in season one, certainly. Which is incredible.

  • Jason: In large part a testament to how great Richard is.

  • Bob: We get it, Jason. You love Murphy.

  • Crowd: [laughter]

  • Jason: I like too many one-liners from Murphy. I always have to cut them out.

  • Richard: I like saying them.

  • Eric: The "Murphy Experience" would be an amazing band name, by the way.

  • Bob: Sounds like a ride at Universal.

  • Lindsey: That Bob wants to go on.

  • Bob: Oh yeah. Twice.

  • Eric: As I was mentioning here, Jason, we've just got the worst case scenario as the new commander.

  • What can you say about what will the next move be for Clarke and also for someone like Roan, who is there?

  • Jason: Well, I mean, she's not the commander yet. She doesn't have the flame yet.

  • Eric: That's true.

  • Jason: The process is you win the conclave, i.e. kill all the other initiates.

  • Which she did, and there are no rules, so you can cheat like she did.

  • And then you have to ascend. The ascension ceremony is the ceremony in which the flame is put into...

  • the next commander. The next commander receives the memories and minds and wisdom of the commanders prior.

  • That hasn't happened yet. We'll see how that plays out.

  • Whether or not that happens. Don't want to tease too much about it.

  • But, it's not a straight path.

  • Eric: Eliza, Clarke really has no idea about the whole City of Light, and Murphy does, but even he wouldn't know...

  • what's going on back at Arkadia.

  • I'm guessing that might change at some point. Anything you can say about how she might react?

  • You know, given that this is a huge revelation about all of these things that are happening to people she cares about.

  • Eliza: Yeah, it's, like, my mind was blown even just when I read properly what was going on in Arkadia and with Jaha and everything.

  • Eliza: I think she's definitely going to learn more. I'm sure you can all gather that.

  • But, yeah, her mind will be like... "pew!"

  • Crowd: [laughter]

  • Jason: Murphy downloaded Clarke on everything in between episode 7 and 9. Eliza: Yeah.

  • Jason: She knows everything about what you guys just saw.

  • Eric: Outside Arkadia?

  • Jason: Whatever Murphy knows, Clarke knows. Eliza: Yeah.

  • Eric: Bob, let me come back to you. Bellamy siding with Pike in the first place.

  • He did some very dark actions.

  • What do you think it was that made him decide to side with him and go along with that initially?

  • Bob: Initially, I, I have to kind of call back.

  • But, look, I think that Bellamy with his experience with the Grounders has never really been positive.

  • There was a hundred kids that were trying to survive. An army started, we tried to retreat...

  • and they killed us, and fenced us in, and we had to fight our way out.

  • Bellamy went into Mount Weather and released hundreds of Grounders that were supposed to...

  • help him fight, and they just abandoned them, and left Skaikru there.

  • I think once Mount Weather went down, I think he'd had enough. It was the straw that broke the camel's back.

  • And he decided that he was going to take action with Pike, even though Pike's actions were very drastic.

  • You hear that Bellamy tried to stop them out on the battlefield, but still failed to do that.

  • I think that Bellamy was tired of living under the law of the Grounders.

  • Who haven't necessarily treated him, the Skaikru, the way that he thought they would.

  • People have to keep in mind that Bellamy wasn't privy to any conversations that Clarke and Lexa were having.

  • So what the audience knew is something that Bellamy did not know.

  • So he went forward with Pike.