Articles Posted in the " Lindsey Morgan " Category

  • The 100 4×03 Review: “The Four Horsemen”

    In true The 100 fashion, “The Four Horsemen” introduced a glimmer of hope and then cruelly snatched it away. But all may not yet be lost. The question is, do they have enough time? -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © The Geekiary

  • The 100 3×12 Review: “Demons”

    “Demons” was the first episode in a while that I have really, truly enjoyed, and maybe that was because of its return to the basic tenets of what made The 100 a great show: namely, the 100. “Demons” spent much of its time in Arkadia, with the remaining un-chipped members of Sky Crew raiding the empty […]

  • The 100 3×11 Review: Nevermore

    After the insane ups and downs in the past few episodes of The 100, I was surprised at how well “Nevermore” flowed. I’m not saying I loved every part of “Nevermore”, but it was definitely riddled with tension and a sense of urgency that even the important events going on in Polis and Arkadia haven’t […]

  • The 100 3×10 Review: “Fallen”

    The 100 continues its decline with “Fallen”, an episode that was frustrating and triggering and all around difficult to watch. Warning for so many triggers I’ve lost count: self-harm, torture, sexual assault, domestic abuse. I’m not sure which scene was harder to sit through – Alie forcing Raven to witness a torture montage of every […]

  • The 100 3×08 Review: “Terms and Conditions”

    “Terms and Conditions” is meant to refer to Pike and Kane’s conversation and Kane’s “surrender”, but it feels to me like something for the fans as well. You know how every time iTunes updates, you have to re-accept the terms and conditions of the software? That’s what this episode felt like to me. It’s like […]

  • The 100 3×06 Review: “Bitter Harvest”

    I never would have suspected, back when I first started watching The 100, that I would be rooting for Kane and Abby. What a difference two seasons makes. “Bitter Harvest” leads our favorites down increasingly frustrating paths. I’d like to trust the writers of The 100 to not completely ruin everything, but right now I am just […]

  • The 100 2×14 Review: Bodyguard of Lies

    Ladies and gentlemen, Clarke Griffin is bisexual! On last night’s episode of The 100, she and Lexa shared a [mutually consensual] kiss, and I feel like starting this review talking about anything else would be ridiculous. Earlier this week a promo featuring the kiss made the rounds and fandom exploded. I was waiting until the episode […]