'The 100' Season 7 Premiere: Hope gets a mysterious 'Trust Bellamy' note, fans wonder if it's from Octavia
We know that Bellamy has not been featured in the promotional material, so we're stumped as to what's next
Spoilers for 'The 100' Season 7 Episode 1 'From The Ashes'
The Season 6 finale saw Hope Diyoza (Shelby Flannery) stab Octavia Blake (Marie Avgerpoulos) with the most curious part being that Octavia had recognized Hope. After the Anomaly disappeared, and so did Octavia, Hope stayed behind. In this episode titled 'From The Ashes,' we see Octavias' brother Bellamy Blake (Bob Morley) mourn the loss of his sister until that's cut short.
"Where the hell is Bellamy? Clarke and him make the dumbest decision when they are apart. #The100," tweeted a viewer. While Clarke is off managing the various opinions on the death penalty for Russell Lightbourne (JR Bourne), Bellamy gets taken into the Anomaly by a group that wears tech fancy suits that make them invisible. So, all Echo (Tasya Teles) saw was Bellamy being dragged by an invisible force. We know that Bellamy has not been featured in the promotional material and not much has been said about his narrative by showrunner Jason Rothenberg. So we're stumped as to what's next?
In the meantime, Gabriel Santiago (Chuku Modu) has Hope on a stretcher trying to figure out her markings. While she decides to make a run for it, she takes a look at her injury — a gruesome one. Her arm was bleeding and inside her wrist was what seemed to be a small pencil-sized metal holder that held a note which said 'Trust Bellamy'. While some fans had this to say: "So we just going to trust Hope because she had a piece of paper that said TRUST BELLAMY? #The100," most others were keen on trying to figure out who had written that note for Hope?
"#the100 I need to know why hope had the note that said trust bellamy??? was it from octavia??" speculated a user. Another one had a bit of shade to throw to Clarke, tweeting, "The fact that the note Hope found said trust Bellamy and not Clarke makes me think Octavia wrote it #The100." All in all, the episode had divided its time between two main characters — Bellamy and Clarke. The Bellamy storyline seems a bit daunting, as fans are trying to speculate if the character will even be in the season's upcoming episodes. "#The100 TRUST BELLAMY I KNEW IT!!! HES THE KEY!!!! IM SO HAPPY THEYRE HAPPY BUT NOW CLARKE AND MURPHY AND JACKSON UGHHHH IM HOOKED. AND WHERES BELLAMY," tweeted another user.
'The 100' airs on The CW on Wednesday nights at 8/7c.