Last week on “The 100” we were left wondering who had stopped Team Kane’s rescue mission. Bellamy (Bob Morley) is voted on to check it out first because yes, Kane (Henry Ian Cusick), make the children find out if something is dangerous! But: surprise! It’s their own people anyway. Monty’s mom is among the group along with Charles Pike (Michael Beach), a former teacher on the Ark. The newbies are given a run-down on the current situations and they all decide to continue the search North for Clarke (Eliza Taylor).
After being taken, Clarke struggles to get away from her captor (Zach McGowan) and in an impressive fight she both loses her red hair and realizes that he is Ice Nation. The two come upon other, scarier, Ice Nation folks in an open field and when Clarke’s survival instincts take over and she screams to alert them, Captor Guy (whose name is Roan) cuts them all down (obviously he’s not friendly with his own people) and they move along. Right around this time, Kane and Bellamy’s team spot the Ice Nation group as well as Clarke and her captor. While the rest of the team’s instinct is to get away from the Ice Nation coming their way, Bellamy only sees Clarke and tries to go after her. Now, Clarke and Roan are in hiding, and so is her search party. When the team is distracted in waiting the Ice Nation army out, Bellamy gets impatient and sets out on his own to find Clarke, disguising himself as Ice Nation. Now that’s commitment! He finds her – rather quickly (true love guided him, duh) and as he tried to untie her, Roan comes up behind him and is about to end him when Clarke bargains for him: she’ll do anything, including go quietly, if Roan doesn’t kill Bellamy.
While Bellamy continues his solo search, Monty’s mother tells them of how his father died and Kane and Pike majorly disagree on whether or not to use Mount Weather for the Skypeople despite the truce. Pike is hardly on board with a cease-fire with the Grounders and has some serious reservations. He’s going to be fun later on for sure.
Jaha (Isaiah Washington) continues to live the zen life in his own mind, or “The City of Light,” but this is apparently a thing as one of Jaha’s guards also zones out when sitting next to a “tech” box. Emori (Luisa D’Oliveira), who has been sent out to collect “tech” for compensation, sees this as an opportunity to strike. When she takes the box from the guard, he takes her by the neck and says that there is no pain in the City of Light. Emori slits his neck to get away and Murphy takes the box, throwing it in the water after Jaha’s instance and begging that he not. Later, as Jaha revisits the City of Light, Allie explains that there is no pain in this mystical place but also no death, and the dead guard appears…very not-dead.
Lincoln (Ricky Whittle) and Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) are about to have a make up (out?) session in the woods and are interrupted by an injured Nyko (Ty Olsson), making his way to camp in search of Abby (Paige Turco). Upon looking at him, Abby and Jackson (Sachin Sahel) surmise that they don’t have blood matching Nyko‘s type. Jackson guilts Abby into taking a team back to Mount Weather to get medical supplies. Jasper (Devon Bostick) tags along because why not? His current mental state is awesome and going back to where his girlfriend died is a great idea. He gains a little bit of closure when he finds Maya’s favorite painting.
Escaping the Ice Nation army and Bellamy, Roan and Clarke make it to their destination: Lexa Headquarters (or The Leaning Town of Pisa), where Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey) punishes Prince Roan of the Ice Nation for harming Clarke; sending him to be dealt with. Clarke tears Lexa a new one for yet again doing something conniving and creepy like having her kidnapped with no explanation of why.