The 100 Cast Previews Season 2, Return of the Chancellor, Break from Romance

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We're still months away from the premiere of The 100 Season 2.

But we had a chance at Comic-Con to speak with various cast members, along with creator Jason Rothenberg, to find out what we can expect from this intensely fun series when it returns in October. 

To wit...

Eliza Taylor (Clarke) expects romance to take a back seat to the higher stakes on Mt. Weather.

He's alive! But where is Chancellor Jaha? Isaiah Washington has some thoughts on the topic.

While chatting with Devon Bostick (Jasper), a spontaneous interview erupted when producer Jason Rothenberg joined the discussion.

Marie Avgeropoulos was not only happy to be healthy at Comic-Con this year, she had some thoughts on why Octavia bit the forbidden fruit.

If it was up to her, Lindsey Morgan would spend more time in a space suit in the pod although she hopes Raven joins Octavia for a gallop through the forest. She also shares her thoughts on the theme of the second season -- evolution.

Lincoln stole the hearts of viewers when he saved Octavia and Ricky Whittle steals them with his charming nature and thoughts on Linctavia and the coming darkness on The 100.

If you haven't seen the series you can watch The 100 online here on TV Fanatic!

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The 100 Quotes

Lexa: My fight is over.
Clarke: No, I won't accept that.
Lexa: You were right, Clarke. Life is about more than just surviving.
Clarke: In peace may you leave the shore. In love may you find the next. Safe passage on your travels until our final journey on the ground... May we meet again.

Jaha: No pain, no hate, no envy.
Murphy: No thanks.
Jaha: John...
Murphy: No. Pain, hate, envy. Those are the ABCs of me. You get rid of them and there's nothing left, so why don't you get that thing out of my face?