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The 100 DNR (2014– ) Online

The 100 DNR (2014– ) Online
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TV Episode / Drama / Mystery / Sci-Fi
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Directror :
Mairzee Almas
Cast :
Eliza Taylor,Paige Turco,Bob Morley
Writer :
Jason Rothenberg,Kass Morgan
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TV Episode
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The 100 DNR (2014– ) Online

Clarke struggles to keep the peace after word of Jaha's discovery spreads.
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eliza Taylor Eliza Taylor - Clarke Griffin
Paige Turco Paige Turco - Dr. Abigail Griffin
Bob Morley Bob Morley - Bellamy Blake
Marie Avgeropoulos Marie Avgeropoulos - Octavia Blake
Devon Bostick Devon Bostick - Jasper Jordan
Christopher Larkin Christopher Larkin - Monty Green
Lindsey Morgan Lindsey Morgan - Raven Reyes
Richard Harmon Richard Harmon - John Murphy
Zach McGowan Zach McGowan - King Roan
Isaiah Washington Isaiah Washington - Thelonious Jaha
Henry Ian Cusick Henry Ian Cusick - Marcus Kane
Erica Cerra Erica Cerra - Becca
Chai Hansen Chai Hansen - Ilian
Adina Porter Adina Porter - Indra
Tati Gabrielle Tati Gabrielle - Gaia

"DNR" stands for "Do Not Resuscitate", which is used in the medical field to indicate that a patient does not want CPR or any advanced cardiac life support if their heart stops.

User reviews



"DNR" shows all the strengths of "The 100" at the same time that exposes that it should probably be searching for its ending. The episode is strong, gripping and has shocking and touching moments, but it also shows that the adventures of "The 100" are heading to their end. Its natural or a contrived and stretched one we still don't know.

Jasper and some are giving up, not wanting to keep living in a hole. Clarke and Roan have some decisions to take. Many other characters have decisions to take.

The episode gives us the chance to share some time with almost all of its characters. It is curious that it has left Bellamy on the sidelines for the last couple of episodes, as well as Octavia, even if we get to be with both of them. It is all the rest that we get the chance to see how they face their options: dying or surviving. Many seem to decide that surviving is not enough. If that is not enough for the viewer, we also get some of those petty human fights, about selfishness, pride and hate, that the show is so good at. The plot and the character development are strong, and the acting delivers. The atmosphere is one of dread and hopelessness and death seems to be waiting for all of them. But in some ways this show is best exemplified in Jasper's character: it is surviving, not living.