Raven: Go, survive.
Murphy: That's what cockroaches do right?

Raven and Murphy is the relationship between Raven Reyes and John Murphy. They are portrayed by starring cast members Lindsey Morgan and Richard Harmon.

Summary Edit

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Throughout the Series Edit

In We Are Grounders (Part 1), Raven is in the process of building the landmines and planting them around camp, as well as making bombs. She is interrupted when Murphy holds Jasper, and later Bellamy, hostage in the dropship and has to find a way to open the door. Raven slips into a hatch under the ship and is able to open the door but gets shot by Murphy in the process causing nerve damage in her leg.

In The 48, a Grounder is seen inspecting the bodies outside the dropship. He walks inside the dropship where he sees Raven. Presuming she is dead, he flips her over but she shoots him instead. She hears someone coming and gets ready to shoot again before seeing it is Murphy. He asks her not to shoot but she pulls the trigger multiple times anyway, however, there aren't any bullets left. He comes and sits down and says, "I would've shot me too." Raven asks Murphy why he's there and he responds, "Dying, the same as you".

Minutes later, she starts to cough up blood and he rushes to her, trying to help her get on her side. When she asks why he is helping her, he says, "I don't want to die alone." Murphy apologizes to Raven for shooting her. She asks him why he is so psycho. He reveals that his father stole medicine for him to keep him alive, medicine that wouldn't have worked anyway. His father was caught and floated and his mother started drinking herself to death. Before Murphy found her dead, she had told him that it was his fault his father was dead. Later, after the Sky People arrive at the drop ship, Raven tells Abby that Clarke is gone and Abby leaves a message for Clarke on the drop ship before they leave the drop ship to meet up with the other Ark survivors at Camp Jaha.

In Fog of War, two days after Finn's massacre at Lincoln's village, Raven arrives in the outside bar area of Camp Jaha where Clarke and Murphy are seated. She tells Murphy to leave before she reveals to Clarke that she figured out why they had not heard from any of the other stations: Mount Weather has been jamming their signals.

In Remember Me, Raven wants to give up Murphy instead of Finn because Murphy was also in the village. Finn steps between Raven and Murphy and tells them they need to stay and defend the drop ship. He instructs Murphy to go upstairs and watch the back while he takes the lower level of the dropship and Bellamy, Raven, and Clarke will take the front gate.

In We Will Rise, Raven is left with Murphy and Luna while she struggles with her brain condition causing her to have a sudden change of mood resulting in her calling Murphy hurtful names and punching him in the face.

Later on, Murphy offers Raven help and gives her a solution to her problem, and then Raven thanks Murphy for his help which makes him feel a little redeemed.

In God Complex, Murphy begged Raven to stop them from taking Emori, she gave him a look of sympathy. Raven tried to convince Clarke and Abby to stop and find another solution that does not make them murderers. However, when Clarke asks Raven to give them a better idea, Raven is unable to suggest anything.

In DNR, Murphy, Emori, and Raven are joking around and Raven calls Murphy cockroach for fun. Later on, Murphy and Emori grow worried about Raven and how if she is useless, nobody will come back to save them.

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Raven and Murphy's potential last hug.

Soon after, Miller and Jackson come to their rescue and as Murphy goes to tell Raven he discovers that her brain is failing and that she wants to die in peace by spacewalking. Murphy does not try to convince her to go with them because he knows that is what she wants, he feels deep remorse and apologizes to her while she forgives him. They have a potential last hug and Murphy leaves looking one last time at her.

In False Gods, Murphy and Emori work together with Raven to keep Sanctum's nuclear reactor from melting down. After discovering that the radiation levels are going to be fatal to Hatch and the Eligius Prisoners helping them, Raven tricks Murphy into going into the reactor to help before locking him in, counting on Murphy's sense of self-preservation to ensure that he finishes the job. Murphy and Hatch manage to fix the reactor at the last possible second, but Hatch dies of radiation poisoning. Due to being a Nightblood, Murphy survives and tries to keep Nikki from attacking Raven.

In The Stranger, while talking with Nikki about Hatch's death, Murphy calls Raven locking him in the reactor one of her more questionable moments, but something that he nonetheless respects.

In Blood Giant, after reuniting and seeing the chaos each other went through while they were gone, Raven and Murphy trade good-natured jokes with each other over everything that happened under their respective watches. The two discuss Bellamy's conversion to being a Disciple and their concern over his behavior.

In A Sort of Homecoming, Murphy manipulates Raven into fixing the broken Disciple helmet so that they bring the Sanctumites to settle the regenerated Earth. Murphy comments that he learned how to do it from watching Bellamy during their time together on the Ark. After Murphy gets impatient with her work, Raven comments to Emori that "Hero Murphy" is kinda freaking her out. Murphy insists that he's not a hero but just thinks the Sanctumites deserve a better life than what they've currently got.

Quotes Edit

John Murphy: "Don't shoot."
Raven: "Why not? You shot me!"
Raven: "How did you get to be such a dick, Murphy."
Raven Reyes: "How does a kid who's loved by his parents turn into a murdering psychopath?"
John Murphy: "He gets the flu. His father steals medicine that turns out wouldn't help anyway. Gets floated for it and his mother, she starts drinking pretty heavily after that and last words she says to him before he finds her in a pool of her own vomit is that is that he killed his father."
Raven Reyes: "Boo-hoo."
John Murphy (to Raven): "I don't want to die alone."
-- in The 48

Raven Reyes (to Murphy): "I may not be able to rely on them, but you will do anything to save your own ass."
Computer: "Secondary containment sealed."
Raven Reyes: "Go be a cockroach."
-- in False Gods
Raven Reyes: "Oh god. I did this."
John Murphy: "Yeah, you did. The mighty have fallen. Welcome to the world of gray."
-- in False Gods
Raven Reyes: "So, Sheidheda's alive and Madi's in a nuclear reactor? You did good."
John Murphy: "All of our friends are missing and Bellamy is a sheep. So did you."
-- in Blood Giant
John Murphy: "So just to recap: the Shepherd over there is the same guy who built the bunker that saved humanity from Praimfaya... twice. And now he wants the Flame, broken, by you so he can start a war with... whoever built the Stones in order to turn all of us into... beings of light."
Raven Reyes: "Yep."
John Murphy: "Ah. Is it weird to me that the craziest part of all of this is Bellamy's robe?"
Raven Reyes: "Nope. Echo and Octavia are hostages and... look at him."
John Murphy: "Yeah, well. Not to point out the obvious, but we're hostages, too."
Raven Reyes: "Yeah, but something happened to him out there."
-- in Blood Giant
John Murphy: "Let me ask you something. When you let Hatch and his buddies die, was that just to save your friends?"
Raven Reyes: "We passed a workshop down here."
John Murphy: "6 years of watching Bellamy manipulate her on the Ring. Damn it."
Emori: "I know. I miss him, too."
John Murphy: "Yeah."
-- in A Sort of Homecoming
John Murphy: "What is taking you so long?"
Raven Reyes: "Miracles take time. Hero Murphy's kinda freaking me out."
Emori: "I know... but it's hot."
John Murphy: "I'm right here and also I'm not a hero, I just think the people on Sanctum deserve to live on a planet that doesn't eat them or occasionally drive them insane."
-- in A Sort of Homecoming

Notes and Trivia Edit

  • Raven is the only person on-screen to whom Murphy has told about his parents and how they died. Murphy may have told others, including Emori, off-screen. Others already knew the information from when it happened or were told by others who knew.
  • Murphy shot Raven, causing her nerve damage and disability.
  • Murphy later apologizes to Raven but she only officially forgives him in DNR.

Gallery Edit

See Also Edit

Current Relationships

Bellamy and EchoMurphy and EmoriNathan and Eric


Bellamy and OctaviaClarke and MadiIndra and Gaia


Bellamy and MurphyClarke and BellamyClarke and OctaviaClarke and RavenClarke and NiylahOctavia and GabrielOctavia and IndraOctavia and LevittRaven and BellamyRaven and EchoRaven and Murphy

Ended Relationships
Relationships where one or both characters has died (or likely died).

Atom and OctaviaClarke and LexaFinn and ClarkeFinn and RavenJasper and MayaKane and AbbyMonty and HarperNathan and BryanOctavia and IlianOctavia and LincolnRaven and WickRaven and Shaw


Clarke and AbigailNathan and DavidThelonious and Wells


Bellamy and JasperBellamy and LincolnBellamy and MayaBellamy and MontyClarke and AnyaClarke and JasperClarke and MontyClarke and RoanClarke and WellsJasper and HarperKane and BellamyKane and DiyozaKane and OctaviaMonty and JasperMonty and MillerMurphy and OntariOctavia and JasperOctavia and MontyRaven and AbigailRaven and JasperRaven and Sinclair

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