AVClub: One of the more interesting aspects of The 100 has been the steady shift from portraying the original 100 as victims of violence to perpetrators of it. The show has slyly (and not so slyly) crafted a seasons-long narrative that has seen just about every single main character presented with a difficult decision that tests their moral compass. More specifically, the show has presented Clarke, Bellamy, and a few others with the option of saving some of their own people while killing others in the process. That kind of moral grey area has been the driving force behind The 100 since the very first season. It’s given weight and depth to occasionally familiar plots, and that’s allowed the show to stand out from the crowd of dystopian/fantasy/sci-fi shows.