I’m Sick of T.V Shows Playing With My Emotions


I have been watching the show “The 100” on Netflix for a few weeks now and I just finished season 3 episode 7 “Thirteen” (SPOILERS). All I can say is FUCK THIS SHOW. I never knew that in just 40 minutes, my emotions could be ripped into shreds by a television show. For all you fans you know this is the episode Lexa dies. This was arguably one of the worst moments of my life and should be yours too if you have a soul. This shit just came out of know where, which I guess makes for good TV but come on, you can’t just kill off the hottest and most influential character in the show like that. Ever since she made her first appearance in season 2 it was a wrap. She basically became the love of my life within seconds of seeing her so obviously her death hit me like a train. I’m out here just trying to watch some quality entertainment and I have to see the love of my life get murdered right in front of my face. What made it even worse was she had to die just minutes after her big sex scene with Clarke. The sexual tension between these two was unreal and the build-up to the big bang was what kept me watching so consistently. I knew from the start it was only a matter of time before they got down and dirty but I thought I could have at least enjoyed it for more than 10 minutes. Clarke and Lexa could have been in the running for best on screen couple of all time. Who knows, if those bastards who wrote the show didn’t kill her off they could have been up there with the G.O.A.T’s, Jim and Pam Halpert or maybe even Coach Taylor and Tami. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to recover from this, thanks for 3 and half seasons of good, quality T.V


P.S. This episode only got an 5.7 on IMDB. That is absolutely outrageous. Unless the critics are in love with Lexa as much as I am and were broken up by her death, this deserved no less than an 8.5, but hey I’m not a TV critic, just a sad fan that just lost the love of his life. 

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