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With The 100 return approaching, the opening scene from the season-two premiere has hit the web.
The CW’s post-apocalyptic drama left off with Clarke (Eliza Taylor) locked up in a brand-new facility, Mount Weather, which executive producer Jason Rothenberg called “almost a negative mirror image of the Ark.” When the second season opens, Clarke is forced to familiarize herself with her new surroundings — and search for potential clues — as classical music sweeps through the white room. Vincent van Gogh‘s The Starry Night catches Clarke’s eye, before she suddenly sees a person dressed in a hazmat suit cleaning Monty’s room who just happens to know Clarke’s name. Where did Monty go? How do they know Clarke?
Desperate for answers, Clarke escapes from her room and discovers that the person in the suit is a young girl, who reassures her that Monty is safe and sound. But that doesn’t stop Clarke from trying to locate her friend, and that’s when she finds herself on the fifth floor of the facility, asking, “Where the hell am I?”
“There are clues in the white room that it’s nothing that they’ve ever seen before,” Rothenberg told The Hollywood Reporter in June of Clarke’s new whereabouts. “If you look up what the real Mount Weather is, that begins to answer the question.”
The 100 returns Oct. 22 on The CW.
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