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After escaping the chains and finding that Madi is about to take the flame, Clarke concludes that Octavia is Madi's main threat. So, she barges into Octavia's room and points a gun at her. However, Octavia convinces her that they are on the same side since they both don't want Madi to become commander. They make a deal for Clarke to help stop Madi's ascension and for Octavia to help Clarke and Madi escape. Octavia stops the ceremony and orders for Bellamy, Indra and Gaia to be arrested for treason. She throws them in the ring to fight to the death.
She makes a speech in which she lies to them about Madi not being a true commander. She tells them that Madi ran away instead of sticking around to fight for Wonkru. She declares that Madi is not Wonkru - she's an enemy of Wonkru - and will deal with her later. For now, they have a war to win. She then goes to her seat. As she prepares to make her brother fight to the death, she sheds a tear. In The Warriors Will , Octavia is in a dilemma because she doesn't want to kill Bellamy but at the same time, she wants to regain Wonkru's loyalty by throwing the traitors into the arena. Indra warns that if Octavia throws them into the pit, she intends to kill Bellamy and help her daughter, Gaia survive.
Realizing that Indra is the main threat, Octavia tries to use Monty to send message to Bellamy, informing him of Indra's weaknesses so that he can win. But Monty refuses and instead shows her that he's been working on the hydrofarm and it's almost ready to grow crops. Octavia walks out and goes to talk to Bellamy herself. She reminds Bellamy of how he used to protect her when they were kids, and now he's poisoning her. Bellamy explains that he did it all to protect her. She tells him of Indra's weaknesses but Bellamy says that he won't fight. If Octavia really wants to save him, she should call off the fight. Octavia walks out and starts crying, before slitting her wrists and pasting the blood on her face. She goes to the arena, ready to watch her brother and her Seda the fight to the death.
The fight begins but before anyone dies, Monty and Harper interrupts. Monty reveals that the hydrofarm is working again, by using the same techniques. He tells them that they don't have to go fight for the valley. They have a choice to stay behind and use the hydrofarm. As Wonkru start turning against her, Octavia quietly goes to the hydrofarm and sets it on fire as a retaliation, leaving them with no choice.
She then starts marching towards the valley. They all follow her behind. She tells them what happened after two years in the bunker. Wonkru ran out of protein supply due to a fungus infection on the crops. Abby advised Octavia that the only way to keep people from starving to death was to resort to cannibalism. They would have to eat the people who died in the fighting pit. Octavia didn't like Abby's idea but she didn't have a choice. So, she agreed to it and convinced most of Wonkru that this was the only way to survive. However, some people led by Kane refused to eat human flesh. So, Abby pushed Octavia to make it a crime and kill whoever refused to eat. Since Octavia didn't want to kill them, she tried to persuade them to eat but when they persisted, she started killing them.
This caused Kane to stand down and start eating it too. Octavia took all the blame and carried all that burden by herself. But when it was all said and done, Octavia felt dead inside, which turned her into the person she's become. On learning what happened to Octavia, Madi aggressively defends her from Clarke who has already made a deal with McCreary , betraying Octavia and Wonkru's "surprise" arrival. However, since they don't have a choice, Octavia continues to lead the march into the valley. Spacekru comes up with a plan that might help Wonkru get in safely.
But before telling Octavia about the plan, Bellamy makes her promise that she would share the valley if McCreary surrendered. Octavia agrees, saying that she doesn't want to fight either. Unfortunately, Diyoza and Kane have betrayed Octavia to McCreary who orders his men to return to the gorge and massacre Wonkru. Octavia loses dozens - if not hundreds - of her soldiers. She lies down next to Bellamy and wants to get up but Bellamy convinces her to stay down because if McCreary's people see anyone standing up, they will shoot them down. So, Octavia and her brother lie there, next to dead bodies, the whole day. When the night falls, Octavia and Bellamy start looking for any other survivors.
They find Indra holding her daughter Gaia who has been badly injured. Octavia shows compassion for Gaia and Gaia wonders why she's being nice to her since she tried to kill her recently. Octavia explains that Gaia is Wonkru despite her previous betrayal. Octavia blames herself for breaking Wonkru. So, she's willing to do anything for redemption. Indra wants to cause attention on herself so that when McCreary's guards are shooting at her, Bellamy and Octavia can take Gaia back to the tent.
However, Octavia offers to sacrifice herself instead. She and Bellamy exchange painful emotional looks. She then says to Bellamy, "My brother She starts firing off a machine gun while shouting "You're Wonkru or the enemy of Wonkru! She hears gunshots getting closer. Surprisingly, it turns out to be Madi, Echo, Murphy and Emori in the rover.
They ask Octavia to get in. Indra and Bellamy carry Gaia into the rover. Octavia sits and lets Madi drive them back to the tent to strategize their next move. In Damocles Part 2 , Octavia gets out of the rover on arriving at the tents. She pulls out her sword and heads towards Madi. Some soldiers try to block her but Madi orders them to let her through. Octavia gets close to Madi, lifts her sword and sticks it to the ground. She kneels down before Madi and acknowledges her as the commander and the leader of Wonkru. This leads the rest of Wonkru to kneel before Madi. After that, Octavia stays by Madi's side and helps her execute the plan to get back to the valley.
On getting to the valley and learning from Raven that McCreary has launched the dangerous nuclear fuel, hythylodium to destroy the valley, Octavia takes it upon herself to go door to door to get everyone into the Gagarin transport ship as soon as possible. She finds Abby, still treating Kane at the gas station. Abby is afraid at first because she thinks Octavia has come to kill her. Instead, Octavia asks her to come with her to the ship. Abby refuses because she doesn't want to leave Kane. Octavia says that it is not optional, reminding Abby of her "eat or die" policy back at the bunker.
When Abby insists on saving Kane, Octavia helps her carry Kane into the ship before time runs out. Then, they escape to Eligius IV. With the ground destroyed, Wonkru has no option but to use the ship's cryogenic chambers to sleep until the Earth is habitable again. Before going to her cryogenic sleep, Octavia tells Bellamy that she loves him. She says that she knows Bellamy loves her too and asks him to say it back. Instead, Bellamy says a part of him loves Octavia too while the other part wishes the dark part of her was dead. Octavia then agrees, saying "That's fair. In Sanctum - after waking up years later, Bellamy and Clarke wake up most of the other key players - except Octavia. Bellamy wants to keep his sister in ice while the first group of explorers goes to check out the "new planet".
He is worried that Octavia will jeopardize their plans to go in peacefully this time round. His plan to keep Octavia in the cryogenic sleep is shattered when Niylah wakes Octavia in an attempt to obtain blood for Kane 's treatment. Octavia inquires to know where her brother is and what's going on. On learning that Abby is trying to save Kane, Octavia angrily goes to confront Abby and Kane for what they did back on earth. She blames Abby for engineering cannibalism back in the bunker.
She then unleashes all her anger on Kane, calling him out for his betrayal that led to hundreds of Wonkru in the Shallow Valley. Kane fights back by accusing Octavia for letting power corrupt her. In this heated argument, Kane's pressure increases and he starts to vomit blood because he had just come from surgery. As Kane collapses, Octavia helps Abby lay him on bed. She then tells Kane, "your fight is over" and leaves the room.
In Red Sun Rising , Octavia is still struggling to move on from everything that happened back on earth. She directs that anger into training where she punches the wall several times until her wrists starts bleeding. When the group is attacked by hijackers and locked up in the mess hall, Octavia feels helpless and continues banging the door senselessly. She feels like it's her responsibility to save her people. Abby tries to calm her down and mentions that the other people in the room are still angry at her. This causes Octavia to once again remind Abby that it was her and Kane's betrayal that brought them into this mess. Octavia makes it clear that she takes no blame for what happened in the bunker.
This angers some people, including James, who start hitting her. On realizing their anger, Octavia gives in and lets them beat her. When James puts a knife on her throat, Octavia is ready to die and dares him to kill her. Abby finally intervenes and asks them to let Octavia live with her past haunting her. Octavia breaks down and continues to beg them to kill her. Later on, when Raven flies some of the key people to the ground to save their friends, Octavia sneaks in as a stowaway and says that she's there to save her brother. She is the one who easily figures out the path their friends took. In The Children of Gabriel , she continues arguing with her brother, saying that she's here only to save and protect him. Bellamy is upset seeing her around, however with support from Echo , he agrees that she might be helpful in their mission to retrieve the dropship.
When the group arrives at the ship, they notice that Madi , Gaia and Diyoza have been paralyzed by a group of hijackers - the Children of Gabriel. Since the Children of Gabriel seem to be leaving, Bellamy suggests waiting them out but Octavia goes in and murders everyone of them in an instant. Because of it, Bellamy tells Octavia that she is not his sister anymore. He exiles her from the ship and leaves her to die alone in the woods. Later, while in the forest, Octavia is ambushed by another group of the Children of Gabriel.
She again tries to kill them as well, but they poison her with the plant toxins. She falls, paralyzed. Octavia refuses to tell them anything. Octavia promises Rose that she will save her and take her home safely. While the Children of Gabriel are arguing about whether to kill them or take them to " the old man , " Octavia escapes with Rose. The Children of Gabriel run after them and apprehend them. Luckily, Diyoza arrives just in time to shoot them all. Unfortunately, Tosh, faking to be dead, gets up and quickly kills Rose. Octavia kills Tosh and vows to kill every last one of them. Octavia is so enraged by Rose's murder that she teams with Diyoza to go hunt and kill all the remaining Children of Gabriel and "their old man.
In The Gospel of Josephine , she and Diyoza are chasing after Xavier, who leads them to a swamp-like ground called "the crucible", where they get stuck and begin to sink. He offers to save them after they tell him who else of their people have Blood Alternation. Octavia asks Diyoza to tell him nothing. While Diyoza remains calm, Octavia actively struggles to go free, which only causes her to sink faster. Diyoza asks Octavia to give up and tell Xavier but Octavia would rather die. Diyoza asks Octavia if she really wants to die and offers to kill Octavia. She points a gun at Octavia's face but Octavia is not scared at all. She figures out that Octavia wants to die because people in her life hate her.
Diyoza advises Octavia to stop caring about whether her friends hate her. Being hated by her friends pales in comparison to Diyoza's situation where her face is placed next to the worst people of all time. Just as Octavia is about to completely sink, they notice a bright flare in the sky. Xavier says it's a temporal flare and it's very dangerous. He throws them a rope to escape and run to safety. However, Octavia is too sunk to move. So, to avoid slowing Diyoza down, she asks Diyoza to run and save her baby. Diyoza promises to come back for her. As the flare hits, Octavia closes her eyes and goes underground.
Afterwards, Diyoza comes back to check on Octavia. She starts looking around and notices Octavia's body frozen underneath the ground. She breaks the ice layer and pulls Octavia out. Luckily, Octavia regains consciousness, but her hand looks damaged. Diyoza concludes that Octavia went underground for cover from the flare because she didn't really want to die despite acting like it. Octavia and Diyoza resume their hunt for the Children of Gabriel and their leader. In Memento Mori , Octavia continues her journey with Diyoza to find the old man. However, her hand is still hurting after being exposed to the temporal flare. Xavier finds them and says he can save them. He and Diyoza retrieve tree sap which is supposed to be the cure but it doesn't work on Octavia.
Instead Octavia's arm starts spiraling. After noticing the pattern, Xavier gives her a rock to let the hand draw freely on the ground. She draws a logarithmic spiral, which Xavier recognizes as the shape of The Anomaly where the temporal flare came from. He says that the temporal flare was a message for Octavia that The Anomaly is calling her. After revealing that he has a similar spiral too, Octavia and Diyoza agree to go with Xavier to the anomaly.
When Josephine appears behind Clarke , she tells them to fight. Instead of fighting, Clarke runs off and ends up in the medical ward of Mount Weather. When Xavier leans in to calm her down, Diyoza notices a Mind Drive scar on his neck, realizing that Xavier is in fact Gabriel. Gabriel admits that he's been posing as Xavier and has only kept the Mind Drive because he has no one to remove it. He then tells them that they need to get to the anomaly quickly to save Octavia before time runs out. At the anomaly, Diyoza gets hallucinations in which she sees her future daughter, Hope asking her to come with her.
Octavia and Gabriel warn Diyoza against it but Diyoza gets drawn by Hope and holds her hand into the anomaly. In the confusion, Octavia gets sucked into the anomaly but emerges moments later. As they lay side by side on the ground, Gabriel looks at Octavia's arm and confirms that it's been healed by the anomaly. In What You Take With You , Gabriel takes Octavia back to the Verge where Octavia insists that she doesn't remember anything and points out that she was only in the anomaly for a few seconds. However, as Octavia returned clean and healed, Gabriel thinks it was probably much longer.
She had also come out at a run as if Octavia had been running from something. Gabriel decides to use red sun toxin to help Octavia remember. In her mind, Octavia sees an empty version of Gabriel's tent with two boxes, one with a red light and one with a green light. Octavia chooses the one with the red light and ends up in the arena in the Second Dawn Bunker where she is chained down. Octavia is approached by Charles Pike who suggests that her murder of him set Octavia down her dark path and reminds Octavia of every bad thing she has done.
Pike points out that Octavia is hated by everyone, including herself and demands to know what she wants. Octavia finally admits that she wants redemption for her actions, but they are interrupted by Blodreina , representing Octavia's dark side, who demands that Octavia kill Pike again while Pike demands to know who she is: Bellamy's sister or the person who would've watched Bellamy die in the arena. As Blodreina prepares to kill Pike, Octavia realizes that Blodreina's speech is the same Pike gave before executing Lincoln and is horrified at what she became. Octavia saves Pike who disappears and fights Blodreina.
Octavia manages to kill Blodreina and declares that she is "Blodreina no more". After awakening, Octavia has a renewal of purpose and prepares to take off, only to hear a message from Clarke stating that she is the host of Josephine Lightbourne. Gabriel warns that it means that Clarke is in trouble which Octavia realizes means all of her friends are in trouble too. Before she can take off to help them, Gabriel reminds Octavia that Clarke's message said that she was coming to them and states that things are about to get weirder.
The two arrive in time to rescue Clarke from tree vines which are close to strangling her to death. However, Josephine is revealed to be in control and they are captured by Sanctum guards led by Jade. Identifying Gabriel to the guards, Josephine orders him captured and Octavia killed. Before they can, one of the guards shoots the others and reveals himself to be Bellamy in disguise. Completely ignoring his sister's presence, Bellamy orders Jade to return to Sanctum with a warning for Russell Lightbourne before the group returns to the Verge.
At the Verge, Gabriel prepares to remove Josephine from Clarke who is close to death from the strain of holding two minds in her body. Gabriel reveals that he must first stop Clarke's heart temporarily and Josephine tries to convince Gabriel not to go through with it. Gabriel tearfully stops Clarke's heart and removes the Mind Drive, but fails to revive her. Octavia points out that the EEG shows that both Clarke and Josephine's minds are still in Clarke's body and begs Gabriel to save her friend. However, Gabriel believes that the strain of holding two minds is too much for her brain and Clarke can't be saved, leaving Octavia visibly distraught. As Bellamy tries desperately to save Clarke, Octavia tries to comfort her brother who finally acknowledges her and refuses to give up.
Clarke is finally revived, leaving Octavia overjoyed as Clarke and Bellamy embrace. Octavia looks at the EEG with Gabriel which shows Josephine's brain wave pattern flatline, Josephine having been destroyed by Clarke for good. Bellamy keeps ignoring Octavia, calling her the queen of cannibals. Gabriel tries to reconcile them by telling Bellamy that Octavia is special because she returned from the anomaly. When the group is ambushed by Children of Gabriel , Octavia volunteers herself and Bellamy to go collect plant toxins they need to build the weapon against Sanctum.
While in the cave, Octavia tells Bellamy that anomaly spit her back so that she can make things right with him. She tells him that she is changed for the better. She says that Bellamy was her compass and she was lost without him. Octavia says that she isn't asking for Bellamy's forgiveness because she knows she has to earn it. All she is asking is for Bellamy to say she's his sister again. This makes Bellamy emotional. Bellamy then tells Octavia that she is his sister but not his responsibility anymore. Octavia is relieved. After that, Bellamy starts avoiding eye contact so that Octavia doesn't see him crying.
Octavia and Bellamy return to the tent where Clarke reveals that they have shifted the plan so that they will only release enough of the toxin to simulate a Red Sun eclipse and cause an evacuation of Sanctum, preventing a potential massacre. However, this plan requires Clarke to pose as Josephine in order to be able to take the radiation shield down. While Bellamy argues against the plan as it risks Clarke's life, Octavia argues for it, stating that if they can spare innocent lives they should. When the Sanctum guards attack, the group is tied up until Jade arrives with Murphy. Clarke pretends to be Josephine to accompany the group and pretends to kill Layla to save her life.
Clarke ungags Bellamy who promises to bring the cavalry once Clarke drops the radiation shield. Clarke glances at Octavia who, still gagged, just nods at her in agreement before Clarke leaves. In Adjustment Protocol , Octavia with Bellamy, Gabriel, and the Children of Gabriel reach the radiation shield and have to wait until Clarke can successfully deactivate it. Gabriel however changes that plan when he hears that multiple Primes will receive a new host in today's naming ceremony and runs through the radiation shield being protected by his nightblood.
As it gets dark Bellamy, Octavia and the C. As soon Bellamy speaks out the truth about the Primes - Russell proceeds with the adjustment protocol and releases the Red-Sun-toxin to provoke panic. Murphy and Emori release the Earth people and guide them to the palace but as soon the word spread that Russell Lightbourne has left Sanctum the believers start to attack again.
As the group reach the palace they finally find Jordan Green who is in a deep hypnosis state - a male adjustor just tries to run away but Octavia knocks him out with a single straight arm. Gabriel asks for support to help release his people, but nobody offers help til Octavia says 'I can not let them die' and demonstrates responsibility for their new ally. Just now Bellamy, Echo and finally Murphy too offers their support - Murphy leads as Prime taking Gabriel hostage and bring him into the tavern towards the Sanctum believers while Octavia, Bellamy, Echo controls the outside of the tavern. Tory keeps suspicious and locks everybody in while she tries to burn down the whole tavern with everybody inside Octavia, Bellamy and Echo fights everybody down with torches in their hands.
Seeing no other chance Tory pours the gas over her body and set herself on fire running towards the tavern - only Octavia can prevent this with a direct run against her which sets her own cloths on fire. On the back of Octavia Gabriel recognize a new tattoo, there are a lot of anomaly hieroglyphs - the tattoo proves Octavia was inside the anomaly much longer than she remembers. The Anomaly Stone has the same hieroglyphs as the tattoo on Octavia therefore Gabriel with her help touch all the red marked hieroglyphs and wait.
Within a short time the anomaly expands rapidly and reach the camp where Octavia hears a person approaching them - it is the young adult Hope Diyoza the daughter of Charmaine Diyoza. In From the Ashes , Bellamy attempts to chase after Octavia only to be abducted by people from Bardo. At the same time, Hope shows no memory after the Anomaly disappears, similar to Octavia herself. As Bellamy, Gabriel and Hope attempt to ambush the kidnappers, Hope experiences a hallucination of Octavia under the influence of the Red Sun toxin, possibly a memory from when she was younger. Octavia tells Hope that no matter what she hears, she must remain quiet. Octavia promises Hope that "Mommy and Auntie O will come back for you" before backing away and vanishing while continuing to signal Hope to be quiet.
Distressed, Hope calls after the hallucination of Octavia. Reaching the surface, Octavia is amazed to discover her withered arm healed and follows screams to where Diyoza is in the middle of giving birth. Diyoza explains that though Octavia followed her seconds after, it has been three months on Skyring. Octavia helps to deliver Hope and helps Diyoza to start raising her daughter. Though Octavia wants to return through the Anomaly to Sanctum, Diyoza warns that the Anomaly is too deep underwater for Octavia to survive the dive. The three become a family though Octavia refuses to give up her quest to return through the Anomaly. One day, while planting a garden with Hope, Octavia discovers the buried corpse of a Disciple and realizes that she can use his suit to reach the Anomaly safely.
Octavia refuses Diyoza's pleas and warnings that putting the suit on could warn the man's people of their presence, resulting in Diyoza smashing the helmet to prevent her from using the suit. As Diyoza restrains Octavia, she desperately states that she wants to get back to Bellamy to explain that she understands why he abandoned her to die. Subsequently, Octavia writes a message in a bottle to Bellamy and throws it into the lake in the hopes that it will travel back through the Anomaly and reach her brother. Content with her new life, Octavia spends the next four years as a family with Diyoza and Hope.
One night, Octavia repairs the clothes she was wearing when she came through the Anomaly before a noise draws their attention. Disciples emerge from the expanded Anomaly and reveal that they got Octavia's letter which led them to Skyring. Octavia hides Hope, as in the hallucination the adult Hope experienced under the Red Sun toxin and after a brief fight is subdued.
The Disciples place helmets upon Octavia and Diyoza so that they will keep their memories and when Hope emerges from hiding, everyone is gone. Hope reveals that Octavia was on Skyring for ten years and explains some of the events, including mentioning stories Octavia told about her friends and family. Hope reveals that Octavia is still alive and she did not stab her but instead injected her with a locator device which had to go deep to keep Octavia from being turned inside out.
The code Octavia entered into the Anomaly Stone was Hope's biometric code while the locator pulled Octavia through the Anomaly in return. Hope had made a deal with Anders, the Disciples' leader, to tag Octavia in exchange for her mother's life, but had always intended to return through Anomaly to rescue them both instead. In Hesperides , in a flashback, Octavia paints the words Hesperides on a rock and discusses the story of the Hesperides with a year old Hope and compares the story to the life that she, Diyoza and Hope are living. In the present, Gabriel finds the rock and Hope explains the history behind it to him.
Despite centuries having passed and the disrepair of the cabin, the Hercules roses Octavia planted are shown to have survived and are blossoming. Hope later tells Echo and Gabriel about a device called Memory Capture that's not torture unless you fight. Octavia had fought it and so did Diyoza. Echo realizes that Bellamy will fight it too. In Welcome to Bardo , in a flashback, Octavia and Diyoza arrive on Bardo 45 days before the present and Diyoza yells at Octavia not to tell the Disciples anything as she's dragged away. Octavia manages to break free and flees the Disciples, but is eventually recaptured and put into the M-Cap machine by the Disciple leader Anders and the scientist Levitt. Anders has Levitt use the M-Cap to extract Octavia's memories of her friends, developing a particular interest in Clarke Griffin.
Levitt becomes interested in Octavia's history, reassuring her that while she is a warrior, she is not a bad person. After learning that years have passed on Skyring while she's been gone, Octavia offers to give Levitt the information that he wants to know in exchange for him helping her return there for Hope. Octavia is eventually rescued by the adult Hope who leads her back to the Anomaly Stone. Siding with the two young women, Levitt reopens the Anomaly to Sanctum, but warns that traveling through the Anomaly to a slower time dilated planet with a Disciple helmet will cause Octavia to lose all memory of the time that she has been gone from Sanctum. With Hope needing the full armor to rescue her mother, Octavia has her keep the helmet and Levitt tattoos Octavia's back with Hope's biometric code so that she can remotely pull Hope through later.
After apologizing for not returning for Hope and punching Levitt in the face twice so that he won't be suspected of helping her, Octavia enters the Anomaly and emerges on Sanctum moments after she left, her memory of her ten years away gone. In another flashback, Hope, having been captured trying to rescue her mother, reluctantly prepares to send Octavia back to Bardo. When Octavia enters Hope's biometric code on the Anomaly Stone, Hope is transported to Sanctum where Octavia greets her and is stabbed, disappearing through the Anomaly.
Octavia is returned to Bardo where Anders greets her and sends Octavia to get medical treatment before putting her back in the M-Cap for more information. A week before the current time, Levitt approaches Octavia, about to be taken off of her case. Levitt tells Octavia that he surgically implanted a note to help Hope into her arm before she was sent to Sanctum and encourages her to focus on the mantra "I am not afraid" to resist the M-Cap. They are interrupted by Anders who takes Octavia to the Anomaly room where Bellamy has taken a hostage and demands Octavia back. Unwilling to let Bellamy die for her, Octavia promises to tell Anders all that he wants to know about Clarke if he will send Bellamy back to Sanctum. Anders reopens the Anomaly for Bellamy, but he refuses to abandon his sister despite her pleas.
Suddenly, a wounded but still alive Disciple detonates a grenade in a massive explosion, apparently killing Bellamy much to Octavia's grief. Still repeating her mantra to resist the machine, the devastated Octavia shows her friends the memory of Bellamy's apparent death. Consumed by rage and grief, Echo kills Jeremiah. In Anaconda , when Clarke demands to see her friends, Diyoza, Echo and Octavia are sent into the Stone room wearing full Disciple armor and seemingly fully brainwashed to their cause. In A Little Sacrifice , a shocked Clarke demands that Cadogan allow all of her people to return to Sanctum in exchange for her help in using the Flame. However, Echo states that they aren't going anywhere as they have a war to fight.
Echo leaves the room followed by Octavia and Diyoza with Octavia not saying a word as she leaves. When Clarke demands to know what was done to her friends, Anders simply states that they are now ready to serve mankind in the last war. After the Disciples, aside from Cadogan, are evacuated from the Stone room, Gabriel explains that the Disciples think that Clarke has the Flame due to seeing Octavia's memory of Clarke using it to destroy A. The group realizes that the fact that Echo, Octavia and Diyoza never told the Disciples the truth means that they are only playing along with the Disciples and have not really joined them. Returned to their room, Octavia becomes annoyed with Diyoza's pacing and anger over Hope's unwillingness to play along, reassuring her friend that they will get Hope out before she is sent to Skyring.
The two apologize to each other while Diyoza expresses surprise at the lack of guards. Raven explains that Clarke threatened not to help with the Flame if the Disciples got in their way. Raven compliments Octavia on not telling the Disciples the truth about the Flame and she explains that she thought it was good leverage since they were bound to show up eventually. Looking at a silent Miller, Octavia tells her old friend that they're glad that they did before hugging him. After a moment, the surprised Miller returns the hug at Octavia's insistence.
Hope suddenly arrives, causing everyone to turn their guns on her before Diyoza reassures them that Hope is not one of the Disciples. Hope instantly recognizes Clarke, Raven and Miller from her mother's descriptions of them and Diyoza explains that Hope is her daughter and that "time dilation's a bitch. As they leave the room, Clarke realizes that Echo is missing and Hope brushes it off, stating that Echo will catch up which no one believes and Octavia quickly realizes that Echo is getting revenge for Bellamy.
Hope warns them that they only have 45 minutes to get off of Bardo and that she doesn't know what Echo's plan is, just that Levitt helped her with it and didn't tell Hope more because Echo knew they'd get it out of Hope and try and stop her. Worried about Levitt, Octavia heads off to check on him followed by the others. Clarke's group discovers a tied-up and beaten Levitt who admits that he broke after Echo killed two people in front of him. Levitt states that he was forced to help Echo get Gen-9 , the bioweapon that wiped out the native Bardoans and will deploy it through the central humidification system on the Machine Level.
Raven realizes that it will take time to go from its entry point to the vents and Echo will make a run for the Stone room. Hope insists that they should too while they still have time. Levitt begs Octavia to release him so that he can get help, but Hope warns Octavia that if they do, the Disciples will kill Echo. Octavia decides to replace the gag in Levitt's mouth as she and the others go after Echo.
As Echo is about to release Gen-9, Hope and the others show up to stop her, upsetting Echo as Hope was supposed to get them all out. Octavia attempts to talk Echo down, understanding her desire for revenge over the loss of Bellamy. Octavia insists that there are good people on Bardo, but Echo is dismissive of this, pointing out that Levitt stole Octavia's memories from her and in the process, put everyone into this situation in the first place. Clarke steps forward and tries to convince Echo that this is the wrong thing to do based on her own experiences with making choices when there was another solution and that they can learn to live with their grief, but deciding to commit genocide is something that will always stay with them.
However, Echo states that their situations are different as Clarke only takes lives to save the people that she loves while Echo is killing everyone on Bardo for vengeance "pure and simple. Raven insists that Bellamy wouldn't do it, that while the Bellamy that helped to massacre a sleeping army sent to protect Arkadia might've done it, the Bellamy that Spacekru spent six years on the Ark with, the one that Echo loved, would not. Raven calls Echo her sister and says that her sister wouldn't do it.
Clearly conflicted, Echo states that Raven is wrong and moves Gen-9 over the humidification system again. Raven refuses to leave Echo, promising that if Echo releases the bioweapon, she will stay right there and Echo will have to kill her too. Breaking down in tears, Echo finally relents and Raven pulls her into a hug as Diyoza takes the Gen-9 from Echo's hand. Before the group can leave, they are interrupted by Anders who is enraged at Echo killing three more Disciples, torturing Levitt and attempting to use Gen-9 to commit genocide.
The situation dissolves into a standoff when 4 Disciple guards decloak behind Anders who agrees to send Echo to Skyring for 20 years for punishment unless Clarke fails to help them use the final code to begin the last war in which case Echo will die on Skyring instead. Suddenly, Hope states that she has a better idea, "you die here" and slits Anders' throat, killing him. As Anders drops Gen-9, Hope catches it and attempts to release a single drop into the humidification system. Breakfast at Tiffany's , based on the novel by Truman Capote , is credited with establishing him as a "cult figure" with many critics.
Andrew Sarris called it the "directorial surprise of ", and it became a "romantic touchstone" for college students in the early s. Days of Wine And Roses , a dark psychological film about the effects of alcoholism on a previously happy marriage, starred Jack Lemmon and Lee Remick. It has been described as "perhaps the most unsparing tract against drink that Hollywood has yet produced, more pessimistic than Billy Wilder 's The Lost Weekend ".
The film gave another major boost to Edwards's reputation as an important director. Darling Lili star Julie Andrews married Edwards in Whilst some critics, such as George Morris, thought that the film was a major picture "it synthesizes every major Edwards theme: the disappearance of gallantry and honor, the tension between appearances and reality, and the emotional, spiritual, moral, and psychological disorder" in such a world, not all agreed. However, Edwards used complex cinematography techniques, including long-shot zooms, tracking, and focus distortion, to great effect.
It brought Paramount Pictures to "the verge of financial collapse", and became an example of "self-indulgent extravagance" in filmmaking "that was ruining Hollywood". Edwards also directed most of the comedy film series The Pink Panther , the majority of installments starring Peter Sellers as the inept Inspector Clouseau. The relationship between the director and the lead actor was considered a fruitful yet complicated one with many disagreements during production. At various times in their film relationship, "he more than once swore off Sellers" as too hard to direct. However, in his later years, he admitted that working with Sellers was often irresistible:. We clicked on comedy and we were lucky we found each other because we both had so much respect for it.
We also had an ability to come up with funny things and great situations that had to be explored. But in that exploration there would often times be disagreement. But I couldn't resist those moments when we gelled. And if you ask me who contributed most to those things, it couldn't have happened unless both of us were involved, even though it wasn't always happy. After Sellers's death in , Edwards directed three further Pink Panther films.
Trail of the Pink Panther consisted of unused material of Sellers from The Pink Panther Strikes Again as well as previously seen material from the earlier films. Curse of the Pink Panther and Son of the Pink Panther were further attempts by Edwards to continue the series without Sellers but both films were critical and financial disappointments. Edwards eventually retired from film making two years after the release of Son of the Pink Panther. In , Edwards received an Honorary Academy Award for cumulative achievements over the course of his film career.
Having grown up in Hollywood, the stepson of a studio production manager and stepgrandson of a silent-film director, Edwards had watched the films of the great silent-era comedians, including Charlie Chaplin , Buster Keaton , Harold Lloyd , and Laurel and Hardy. He and Sellers appreciated and understood the comedy styles in silent films and tried to recreate them in their work together. After their immense success with the first two Pink Panther films, The Pink Panther and A Shot in the Dark , which adapted many silent-film aspects, including slapstick, they attempted to go even further in The Party The film has always had a cult following, and some critics and fans have considered it a "masterpiece in this vein" of silent comedy, though it did include minimal dialogue.
Edwards married his first wife, actress Patricia Walker, in ; they divorced in Edwards and Walker had two children, actress Jennifer Edwards and actor-writer-director Geoffrey Edwards. Edwards also named one of his film production companies, Patricia Productions, Incorporated, after her. Edwards's second marriage, from until his death in , was to Julie Andrews. They were married for 41 years. He was the stepfather to Emma , from Andrews's previous marriage. Edwards described his struggle with the illness chronic fatigue syndrome for 15 years in the documentary I Remember Me Edwards was greatly admired, and criticized, as a filmmaker.
His critics are alluded to by American film author George Morris:. It has been difficult for many critics to accept Blake Edwards as anything more than a popular entertainer. Edwards' detractors acknowledge his formal skill, but deplore the absence of profundity in his movies. Edwards' movies are slick and glossy, but their shiny surfaces reflect all too accurately the disposable values of contemporary life. Others, however, recognized him more for his significant achievements at different periods of his career. British film critic Peter Lloyd, for example, described Edwards, in , as "the finest director working in the American commercial cinema at the present time".
Edwards' biographers, William Luhr and Peter Lehman,  in an interview in , called him "the finest American director working at this time". Critic Stuart Byron calls his first two Pink Panther films "two of the best comedies an American has ever made". Polls taken at the time showed that his name, as a director, was a rare "marketable commodity" in Hollywood. For someone who wants to practice his art in this business, all you can hope to do, as S.
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