How is Clarke going to handle having her body back on The 100 season 6 episode 10? That’s something that the latest sneak peek showcases, and it makes one thing clear above all else: This is not going to be a smooth transition. Instead, “chaos” may be a better way in which to describe it.
In the video below (via Entertainment Weekly), you can get a good sense of how Clarke is struggling to get a proper sense of self. It’s a direct consequence of Josephine previously having control plus the trouble of still having to share a mind. There is groupthink, and then there is getting tripped up in the middle of the road because you’re still struggling to figure out who you are anymore and how to keep control. Josephine isn’t going anywhere still and this is something Clarke needs to negotiate … and that is entirely what she does.
Do we think that this is the episode where Clarke and Josephine each get exactly what they want? Maybe it’s the episode that builds a little bit more towards something … but it’s going to take a little more time before we get to where we’re really wanting to go here! We hope that this episode allows for an opportunity to explore psychology, explore motivation, and also give Eliza Taylor to have that unique opportunity to play opposite herself with two characters within the same body. For now, it feels as though The 100 is going to alternate between giving us pieces of Clarke and Josephine within Clarke’s body and then also the two of them separate as played by two different people.
If there is a way to get through to Josephine, it’s this: Mention danger via the children of Gabriel. That’s what she does at the end of the sneak peek and that seems to be the one thing that she’s able to use to actually get through to Josephine in the end. We don’t get to see whether or not Clarke’s suggestion works, but she may be leaning in that direction!
What do you want to see on The 100 season 6 episode 10?
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