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THE 100: Season 3, Episode 7: Thirteen: TV Show Trailer [The CW]

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TV show trailer for The CW‘s The 100, Thirteen. So thanks to Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos), the left-overs of the Pike massacre were spared a similar fate. No thanks to Semet (Zak Santiago), and the other villagers she saved, she is now a captive witness for their case for war against the Skaikru.

Ah, but not so fast. The word from the top leaves Semet – and likely a whole lot of representatives, from the 12 Tribe coalition – more than a little… disappointed over what is to be done about the now errant 13th Tribe.

‘Thirteen’ will be about more than just the bad egg in the coalition – as a newly revealed 13th space station (brought down before it could become part of the original Ark) has become a key element to the season (if not series) mythology. We might even be getting our first real flashbacks, about a certain A.I.’s rise (and mankind’s subsequent fall), out of it.

The trailer, however, keeps the focus squarely on the fallout from Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey) taking her cues from Clarke (Eliza Taylor), regarding Pike controlled Arkadia. One example being Lexa dismissing Titus’ (Neil Sandilands) concerns, over her putting her personal feelings ahead of Grounder core values, in definitive terms.

Okay, so maybe using her inside voice might’ve conveyed that message a little more convincingly; but someone brings a 2nd Amendment solution to the discourse, and Clarke’s convictions become a matter of life-and-death  – the typical nature of this scenario likely to provide no consolation to her, whatsoever.

‘Thirteen’ also stars Richard Harmon, Adina Porter, Roger R. CrossCory Gruter-Andrew, Yasmine Aker, and Erica Cerra. It airs Thursday, Mar. 3, at 9pm EST, on The CW.

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