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THE 100: Season 3, Episode 8: Terms & Conditions: TV Show Trailer [The CW]

Henry Ian Cusick Michael Beach The 100 Terms and Conditions

TV show trailer for The CW‘s The 100Terms and Conditions. Beaucoup coups are in the air, so it must be Spring; but the next episode of The 100 seems intent on following through with the promise of upheaval (unlike the previous episode’s melodramatic cop-out, he said, insensitively).

Once (and future?) Chancellor, Kane (Henry Ian Cusick) finally gets his players on their respective squares, and makes a move on Warlord Pike (Michael Beach). Both sides resort to insider informing to get ahead; but Kane, ironically enough, looks to be taking the high ground on the matter of creating an Informant State.

Sinclair (Alessandro Juliani), Monty (Christopher Larkin), Harper (Chelsey Reist), and Lincoln (Ricky Whittle) all seem set to take sides; but since continued viewership hinges on nothing easy ever being simple, expect things to not wrap in either a timely or neat fashion.

Bellamy (Bob Morley) serves as a case in point – with Kane again making an effort to reason with the central character, and Pike’s criticizing-the-Commander-in-Chief-in-a-time-of-war-is tantamount-to-treason tact likely won’t be making Bellamy’s conviction any easier to hold on to. Wherever he comes down, this conflict will get physical, on way or another.

‘Terms and Conditions’ also stars Eliza Taylor, Marie AvgeropoulosIsaiah WashingtonPaige Turco, Lindsey MorganDevon Bostick, Richard HarmonJarod JosephJonathan Whitesell, and Erica Cerra. It airs Thursday, Mar. 10, at 9pm EST, on The CW.

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