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THE 100: Season 3, Episode 15: Perverse Instantiation, Part One: TV Show Trailer [The CW]

Eliza Taylor Zach McGowan The 100 Perverse Instantiation

TV show trailer for The CW‘s The 100, Perverse Instantiation, Part One. Nope, not a typo, folks. Without the benefit of having any code monkey cred of my own, I’m going with either the titular notion of Alie (Erica Cerra) becoming a real, live girl, or everyone else doing the opposite. Same difference, either way.

With three near miss attempts on Alie back to square one, the A.I. potentially behind every friendly face, and every reunion a potential Trojan Horse, the resistance has been left high on paranoia, and low on options. Clarke (Eliza Taylor), however, has one that may be right out of her series playbook. No, not the one about righteous reasons to contemplate genocide. Not the one about compelling other people to change their whole way of life, to suit your narrow concerns, either. Just so crazy it might work – that one – the simple one.

Roan (Zach McGowan) returns to play the role of spoiler (or at least the bad boy that nobody expected to take the heroine to the prom), for a little Trojan Horse gambit of their own. Turnabout being fair play, and all that.

‘Perverse Instantiation, Part One’ also stars Bob Morely, Marie Avgeropoulos, Henry Ian CusickPaige Turco, Lindsey Morgan, Christopher Larkin, Devon Bostick, Richard Harmon, Jarod Joseph, Chelsey Reist, Adina Porter, Michael Beach and Isaiah Washington. It airs Thursday, May 12, at 9pm EST, on The CW.

Watch the trailer for ‘Perverse Instantiation, Part One,’ and leave your thoughts below, in the comments section. For more The 100 photos, videos, and information, visit our The 100 Page, our The 100 Google+ Page, our The 100 Facebook Page, subscribe to us by Email, “follow” us on Twitter, Tumblr, Google+, or “like” us on Facebook for quick updates.


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Sam Joseph

Sam is an Avid consumer/observer of Geek culture, and collector of Fanboy media from earliest memory. Armchair sociologist and futurist. Honest critic with satirical if not absurdist­­ wit with some experience in comics/ animation production.

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