It's no secret that fans of The 100 have been waiting for Bellamy Blake and Clarke Griffin to get together for years now.
While both of them have had other love interests throughout the course of the show, if you watch The 100 online, you know the two have always had a special bond and partnership that is unique to any of the other relationships in the series.
The romantic undertones in their friendship are tricky to navigate which is right where the writers want their viewers.
They have specific scenes that are purposely placed in the narrative to make people root for the two to get together, but they don't fully commit to a romance leaving the "will they or won't they," mystery alive and kicking.
Without a blatant romantic confession from either character the show could easily write them off as friends, yet also put them together romantically and have it make perfect sense. From what we've seen so far, it looks like the time has come for them to finally commit to one or the other.
With The 100 Season 5 currently airing and the hopes of a new type of relationship between the two coming to fruition, here are 47 times we shipped Bellamy and Clarke.
Bellamy realizes he misjudged Clarke on "Earth Kills"
For me, this was the moment that started it all. Bellamy made it clear earlier in the episode that he believes Clarke doesn't have the guts to make the hard choices. However, he is proved wrong when Clarke takes the burden off his shoulders and kills Atom to put him out of his misery.
Bellamy's heartbreaking confession on "Hakeldama"
Bellamy and Clarke have been separated quite a few times throughout the course of the show, but Bellamy makes it clear that he feels like Clarke left him when he needed her the most.
Clarke lets Bellamy know she's with him on "Fog of War"
Prepared to defy her mom, Clarke tells Bellamy that if he goes to Mount Weather she's going with him. If they're going to save their people, they're going to do it together.
"Princess" makes a comeback on "Echoes"
In a nice callback from the Season 1 days, Bellamy resorts to his old nickname for Clarke making Bellarke fans cheer across the nation. Now we just need an "I love you princess," in the Season 5 finale and we'll be all set.
Clarke proclaims her faith in Bellamy on "Survival of the Fittest"
If anyone believes in Bellamy Blake it's Clarke Griffin. Despite Lexa's hesitation, Clarke assures her that Bellamy will make it into Mount Weather and disable the acid fog. It's quite a task to put all on one man, but it's clear that Clarke's faith in him is unconditional.
Intellectual flirting on "I Am Become Death"
When Clarke tries to explain who Oppenheimer is and Bellamy states that he already knows, the little smile the two share is absolutely adorable. As usual, the two manage to find just a second of normality amidst the chaos surrounding them.
Bellamy refuses to give up on Clarke on "Wanheda: Part Two"
Bellamy's desperation and his devotion to Clarke was clear as day all throughout this episode. First, he sneaks off from the group and walks through an army of grounders to get to her. Then, he continues to limp after her after being stabbed in the leg. And let's not forget the outburst where he screamed he couldn't lose Clarke. If that's not love I don't know what is.
Patching up each other's wounds on "Nevermore"
Being the doctor's daughter, Clarke has always been the one to tend to everyone else. It was nice to see someone take care of her for a change and when Bellamy gets injured she repays the favor. Couples who tend wounds together stay together.
Clarke holds the dropship door to look for Bellamy on "We Are Grounders, Part 2"
Despite being safely inside the dropship, Clarke ventured back out into the battle to look for Bellamy. Even in the early days Clarke was putting his well-being over her own.
The head and the heart speech on "Praimfaya"
Clarke's ability to use her head in impossible situations alongside Bellamy's desire to do the right thing has always made for an amazing leadership dynamic between them. Worried that she may die of radiation poisoning, Clarke tells Bellamy that he needs to use his head alongside his heart if they want any hope of surviving. Bellamy replies with, "I've got you for that," and I'm pretty sure that's when my soul left my body.
Protective Bellamy is back at it again on "Echoes"
Bellamy going into overprotective mode when it comes to Clarke will never get old. When Clarke's in danger it's almost like his rationality goes out the window. In this particular scene, it was interesting to see everyone else trying to stay calm while Kane had to physically hold Bellamy back from getting to her.
Bellamy refuses to let Clarke face Emerson alone on "Demons"
Clarke keeps trying to sacrifice herself and Bellamy is just not having it. After seasons of friendship, it's clear that these two would walk through hell if they had the other at their side. So when Clarke tries to turn herself in to Emerson, Bellamy is quick to remind her that she's not alone.
Lexa questions Clarke's feelings for Bellamy on "Bodyguard of Lies"
Is it just me or did Lexa seem a little jealous of Bellamy in this scene? Her face when she says, "You care about him," looks almost as if a lightbulb went off in her head. When even other characters can see it, that usually means there's something there.
Bellamy teaches Clarke to shoot on "Day Trip"
When Bellamy teaches Clarke to shoot things get a little more intimate than he was expecting. Bellamy actually gets flustered when he realizes just how close he and Clarke are. But hey if you don't believe me, believe the "Day Trip" script that was released online.
Diyoza assumes Clarke is Bellamy's girlfriend on "Pandora's Box"
I'll make this plain and simple. Everything in television is written for a reason and this line was no exception.
The emotional hug on "Join or Die"
The way Bellamy held onto Clarke and buried his face in her hair was enough to melt even the coldest of hearts. Thank goodness I was prepared and had a tissue box handy.
Platonic gazing by the firelight on "Human Trials"
What is it about these two not being able to keep their eyes off each other? It's almost like they communicate with their eyes the things that they haven't said out loud. Bellamy gazing at Clarke as she slept by the fire kept my Bellarke shipping heart full for weeks.
Bellamy and Clarke write each other's names on the list on "The Four Horsemen"
Against his selfless wishes, Clarke adds Bellamy to the list of people living safely in Arkadia when Praimfaya hits. Of course, Bellamy makes it clear that they're in this together. Either they both live or they both die. When Clarke refused to add her own name, he took the list and added it himself.
Clarke tells Bellamy she needs him on "Day Trip"
Although it was back in Season 1, "Day Trip" is still known for it's iconic Bellarke moment to this day. It was this scene that really turned the tide in Bellamy and Clarke's relationship. They may not have been where they are today without it. In a moment of vulnerability, Bellamy pours his fears out to Clarke and she does the same. After this, the tension between the two evaporated and they seemed to understand each other on a much deeper level.
Jaha realizes that Bellamy keeps Clarke centered on "The Four Horsemen"
Jaha is definitely an observant guy and it's not surprising that he comes to understand everything Bellamy and Clarke have been through together as leaders. He tried to tell Bellamy that he keeps Clarke centered but Bellamy refuted by saying Clarke is the one who keeps him centered. Someone needs to let Bellamy know that Clarke cares about him just as much as he cares about her.
2,199 missed calls on "Praimfaya"
Like Clarke said herself, talking to Bellamy every day for 6 years helped keep her sane. Even though she never received a response and he very well could have been dead, Clarke never gave up hope that Bellamy would come home.
Clarke tells Bellamy she can't lose him on "Remember Me"
Clarke voicing her concern for Bellamy was one of the first times we heard just how important he is to her -- not just as a co-leader but as a person. While these two depend on each other greatly, it's nice to see that their feelings go deeper than just partnership.
Madi tells Bellamy that Clarke's alive on "Sleeping Giants"
Bellamy's face when he finds out that Clarke is alive is an image that we won't soon forget. The most interesting part of this scene is the way that Madi immediately picked Bellamy out of the group. Even though Clarke loves all her friends, it was Bellamy in particular that she knew would come back for her.
Bellamy makes the ultimate sacrifice on "Blood Must Have Blood, Part 2"
Clarke was ready to pull the lever at Mount Weather and kill everyone inside if it meant saving her people. She was clearly torn up and hesitant about the decision (who wouldn't be when committing mass murder?) and she knew that it would change everything for good. Even though it would only take one person to end it, Bellamy put his hand over Clarke's so they could pull the lever together. He shared the ultimate burden with her so she wouldn’t be alone.
Clarke refuses to leave camp without Bellamy on "We Are Grounders, Part 2"
While Clarke wanted to run from the army of grounders Bellamy wanted to stand their ground and fight. Even though Finn retorts that Bellamy can stay behind, Clarke refused to accept it. She tells Bellamy how much they all need him and in a very cinematic shot the two exit the camp side by side.
Clarke keeps her radio talks with Bellamy a secret on "Shifting Sands"
I know I'm not the only one who wants a "Notebook" type revelation here. When he asked her about surviving alone, Clarke told Bellamy she had Madi. What she didn’t tell him was that talking to Bellamy every day during their time apart helped keep her sane. It seemed like Clarke was hesitant to tell him for a reason, and hopefully that reason will be revealed later in the season.
Interrupted declarations on "We Will Rise"
More often than not, Clarke has been more verbal when it comes to her relationship with Bellamy while Bellamy usually displays his feelings through his actions. Hearing a speech from Bellamy would've been beautiful, but Clarke’s refusal to believe they won’t see each other again made the interruption worth it.
Clarke and Bellamy reunite on "Human Trials"
This was the long awaited hug that had us all cheering at our televisions. Once Bellamy and Clarke knew what it felt like to be without the another, it seemed like they've never been more thankful to have their partner back at their side.
Clarke hears Bellamy's voice on "Coup de Grace"
Not knowing whether Bellamy was dead or alive was clearly taking it's toll on Clarke. As soon as she heard his voice on the radio, you could physically see her close her eyes and exhale a huge breath of relief.
Bellamy bargains 283 lives for Clarke's on "Sleeping Giants"
It's almost funny that this new, rational Bellamy still loses all rationality when it comes to Clarke. As soon as he realized she was alive he immediately went to rescue her. Bellamy threatened to kill 283 people and sacrifice his only bargaining chip if Clarke was not released.
Handholding on "Perverse Instantiation - Part Two"
Clarke waving her hand so Bellamy would hold it is still all kinds of adorable. Bellamy and Clarke give each other strength just by their mere presence. Who wouldn't want a relationship like that?
Clarke believes her love for Bellamy makes her weak on "Remember Me"
While it was heartbreaking to see Clarke push Bellamy away, her reasons for doing so were connected to how much she cares for him. When Bellamy inquired about her earlier concern for his life, she told him she was just being weak. This is a comparison to earlier in the episode when Lexa convinced Clarke that love is weakness. That's an interesting piece of information...
Stargazing on "Twilight's Last Gleaming"
There were plenty of stars to see in space for those 6 years, and with Clarke presumed to be dead I'm sure Bellamy finally knows what he would wish for.
Clarke sees Bellamy alive and well on "Blood Must Have Blood, Part 2"
I may be tired of the separations, but I'm definitely not tired of the reunions. After misplacing her trust in Lexa, everything Clarke was working towards fell apart. Clarke's face when she finally sees Bellamy in front of her shows just how relieved she is to have her partner back at her side.
Platonic face caressing on "Praimfaya"
There's no explanation for this one. Bellamy Blake just wanted to touch Clarke Griffin's face and brush back her hair.
Bellamy and Clarke hold each other after 6 years apart on "Pandora's Box"
The amount of touching and tenderness in this hug was breathtaking. Even though years have passed, this scene proves that Bellamy and Clarke's love for each other is everlasting.