We're already into The 100 Season 5 and throughout the years it has managed to stand out because of the different highlights in the series. From well-written characters to chaotic arcs to stunning worldbuilding, it is safe to say that the show has a little bit of everything.
And that is exactly what we as fans remember, there are plenty of moments that have stuck with us well after the episode ended.
The bonds that were formed with a collection of different scenes happened to cover just about every emotion possible.
So in honor of the brand new season with The 100 Season 5 Episode 1 already aired, that has reintroduced us to all our favorite characters after a six-year time jump, here is a slideshow of 100 best scenes from the last four seasons of The 100.
And don't forget that you can watch The 100 online, right here on TV Fanatic.
The six year long Bellarke hug on "Praimfaya"
This hug was meant to keep both Bellarke and us sane during the entire time jump. Six years is a long time though which means we are all overdue for another one.
Also what is it about these two that makes them cling to one another like two gummy bears on a hot summer day?
Luna and Raven Reyes comfort cuddling on "We Will Rise"
Raven Reyes pulls pretty ladies her way without even trying but Luna cuddling her while whispering about the sea was on another level. The scene itself is nothing I would ever call straight but to each their own.
The Skaikru finding a moment of happiness on "Wanheda Part One"
Season 3 wasn't exactly a lighthearted story of survival, so this scene in the beginning was a nice calm before the storm. There is nothing quite like watching your favorites sing and laugh with one another.
Lexa and Roan invent fighting sequences on "Watch The Thrones"
There is epic swordfighting and then there is Lexa and Roan taking it to the next level. Sometimes you just need to watch two people fighting and laugh at that killer ending.
Bellamy Blake and Marcus Kane support turning into painful reminders on "Gimme Shelter"
Kane thought he was about to win the best dad award but instead Bellamy turned on the comfort that was offered to him so that he could remind Kane that their history isn't all hugs and support.
Bellamy calling Kane out for being the one to float his mother is a throwback to the fact that no matter how far some relationships have come, there are still wounds that are fresh.
Octavia Blake not adjusting too well to farmer life on "DNR"
Remember that time when Octavia tried to pretend that she was just living the cute Instagram life filled with nature, gardening, and a cute boyfriend? Yeah, she doesn't either because that ended just as quickly as it had started.
Domestic Adventures with John Murhpy, Emori, and third wheeling Clarke Griffin on "Gimme Shelter"
Clarke probably didn't think she would be walking in a modern AU world where Murphy cooks and it doesn't poison her but yet there she was.
Monty Green and Jasper Jordan's last goodbye on "The Other Side"
Jasper's death was a heartbreaking scene that still brings up so many scattered emotions. One thing is for sure though, having Monty by his side was a beautiful memory.
The Bellamy Blake, Harper McIntyre, and Marcus Kane gun show on "Gimme Shelter"
Thank you to the black rain for allowing us another sneak peek at the very good looking cast. Things may be horrible but at least everyone's looks are still great.
Raven Reyes destroying all expectations on "The Other Side"
Raven spent the entire episode planning a way to rid herself of side effects that were slowly taking over her. The combination of this ice bath and an attempt to stop her heart was just a small preview of how amazing Raven continues to be.
Clarke Griffin and Abby Griffin dealing with the "Blood Must Have Blood Part 2" aftermath
This scene specifically has Clarke struggling with a choice that led to people dying and Abby presents the idea that maybe there are no good guys, something that resurfaces in Season 5.
Radioactive flashback of nostalgia on "Join Or Die"
So there was that one time that The 100 completely tore our hearts out with a surprise flashback to Pike trying to prepare the delinquents for their journey back to Earth.
Gina was real and she was a hero on "Ye Who Enter Here"
Gina was a hero and a character we deserved to spend so much more time with. We will never forget how caring and brave she was until the very end.
Bellamy Blake, Clarke Griffin, and Roan teaching us all about platonic threesomes on "Perverse Instantiation Part 1"
To this day I don't understand what that energy was that followed Bellamy/Roan/Clarke when they were all together. Nevertheless, those three together were hard to ignore because all of their scenes screamed sarcasm but this was the clear winner.
The Culling that destroyed our souls on "Twilight's Last Gleaming"
I still can't talk about it. The father saying goodbye to his daughter, the people sacrificing themselves, the music, the way our favorite characters on Earth were blissfully unaware, and the drop of the hair clip. I might need a second ...
Bellamy Blake and Clarke Griffin's emotional confrontation on "Hakeldama"
Bellamy and Clarke were both struggling in the earlier part of the third season, their emotions affected their leadership capablities to the point where neither of them was in a good place.
This scene stripped both characters emotionally raw and it was a perfect example of why they needed one another. Bellamy provided his heart and Clarke offered her head, together the two managed to get back on track.
Lexa betraying Clarke Griffin and making us doubt that anything was real on "Blood Must Have Blood Part 1"
Trust isn't always easy to get on The 100 but Lexa made Clarke and the audience believe that she was on their side.
Of course that created one of the best twists on the show, with Lexa striking a deal with Mountain Weather and leaving Clarke alone in trying to save her people.
Marcus Kane and Abby Griffin finally getting together on "Stealing Fire"
It was a long time coming but nothing could have prepared us for Kane and Abby's first kiss, maybe because it was so romantic during a time when everything else was pure chaos?
Marcus Kane and Abby Griffin finally getting it (on) together during "Heavy Lives The Crown"
Kane and Abby finding a moment for themselves could not get any cuter, until they had a meaningful talk and blew it all out of the water for us. Nothing like strong feelings and healthy communication to set your soul on fire.
Pauna being super cool and awesome on "Survival Of The Fittest"
Pauna was the most underrated character on The 100, there I said it.
Clarke Griffin's time jump reveal on "Praimfaya"
Clarke being alive, healthy, and happy is all I could really ask for after a six year time jump. But she is also rocking a brand new hairstyle and a badass wardrobe so she really did want to kill me with this scene.
Bellamy Blake coming face to face to his guilt ridden hallucinations during "Day Trip"
Bob Morley delivers in every scene that he is in, but the Day Trip hallucinations were important because of the value it brought up for Bellamy's arc.
At this point he was already sort of lingering in your heart, yet it was witnessing the guilt that was manifesting inside of him that really showed how much this character truly felt and experienced regret.
Raven Reyes coming into our lives as the greatest spacewalker on "Earth Skills"
Raven changed our lives forever when she made the entrance of a lifetime with her very first spacewalk. She was a shining star that lit up space like no one else could, and she was going to come to mean so much to us very. very soon.
Finn Collins and Clarke Griffin's final goodbye on "Spacewalker"
Sometimes it is still hard to believe that The 100 killed off Finn, but a scene like this one could never be forgotten. Finn convincing Clarke that it was okay and her having to kill a loved one was one of the darkest moments on the show.
Clarke Griffin and Abby Griffin discussing Lexa on "Echoes"
Clarke talking to her mom about losing Lexa was a beautiful way to keep the memory of their relationship alive.
But it also allowed for Abby to be there for her daughter in a supportive and emotional way, something we all needed if we're being hoenst.
Bellamy Blake and Octavia Blake destructive reunion during "The Tinder Box"
The Blake siblings may have suffered a rough season that still creates bumps for them along the way, but the relief from both Bellamy and Octavia at seeing the other alive was a small look back at why we treasured this family duo so much.
Clarke Griffin reminding ALIE and the audience how strong she is on "Perverse Instantiation Part 2"
Clarke's journey throughout The 100 continues to showcase her strength, as well as the ability to come back to the other side from pain and loss.
Clarke tells ALIE that you don't ease pain, you overcome it. That wraps up the idea of survival that has pushed Clarke and her people forward this far. It is an inspiration to not allow pain to overcome you when you are strong enough to fight back.
Bellamy Blake and Clarke Griffin making sure the other knows their value on "The Four Horsemen"
Bellamy and Clarke value the other at every turn, and this scene where they make sure the other person is written down on the list will without a doubt turn you into a sobbing mess.
There is just something about the love that these two share for each other that makes you so happy that they have one another.
Jasper Jordan and Bellamy Blake taking the night off to enjoy the party on "God Complex"
Bellamy wearing a backpack at the Arkadia club and Jasper getting him to have fun is the perfect combination. Clarke may not have gotten to relax, but at least her best friend did.
Abby Griffin sees Earth for the first time on "We Are Grounders Part 2"
There is nothing quite as beautiful as seeing someone take in Earth for the first time in their lives. Abby's amazement at the sight before her is truly a scene worth watching again.
Octavia Blake and early butterfly innocence during "Earth Skills"
It is hard to recall a time when Octavia wasn't covered in blood and waving around a sword, but Season 1 offered us exactly that.
There was just something transfixing about Octavia surrounded by colorful butterflies and the happiness that radiated from that.
Raven Reyes and Clarke Griffin coming together during "Human Trials"
That hug screams warmth, sunshine, happiness, and love. It is hug goals if I've ever had them.
Clarke Griffin and Lexa introducing a new way to create peace treaties on "Ye Who Enter Here"
This scene between Clarke and Lexa was eventful because of the change that it represented. The entire episode was dedicated to Lexa telling Clarke that she needed her to bow during the initiation at the Coalition.
Instead though, things took a turn when Lexa swore her loyalty to Clarke by being the one to bow down as well.
Bellamy Blake and Octavia Blake being complete sibling goals one last time on "Ye Who Enter Here"
This was a much simpler time, where the view was great and our favorite siblings were just pure.
Bellamy hearing what Octavia meant when she talked about not having a home and registering that their definitions may not keep them in the same place but yet don't take away their love for each other was what we deserve to have to this very day.
Ilian and his wheelbarrow of destruction during "The Tinder Box"
Did anyone else find it extremely hilarious when Ilian got left to his own devices and decided to explore Arkadia then set it all on fire? Yeah, me too.
Clarke Griffin and Lexa's first kiss during "Bodyguard of Lies"
It is probably safe to say that the kiss between Clarke and Lexa changed a whole lot for The 100. This surprising but also long time coming moment created a ship that will not be forgotten any time soon, and through that offered representation for queer girls everywhere.