The Dying of the Light is the fifteenth episode of the seventh season of The 100. It is the ninety-ninth episode of the series overall.

CLOSING IN - Clarke and Octavia mount a desperate rescue mission as the Disciples close in on what they want.

Plot Edit

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Cast Edit

Starring Edit

Guest Starring Edit

Co-Starring Edit

  • Stefania Indelicato as Joanna
  • Alex Barima as Kwame

Uncredited Edit

Quotes Edit

John Murphy: "Emori, Emori, say something!"
Emori: "Something."
Eric Jackson: "I can't do surgery out of my pack. I need an actual surgical theater, sterile equipment, medicine. I need to get to Sanctum."
Raven Reyes: "The helmet showed me the Stone was in the rec room. We find it, open the bridge and jump over."
Emori: "What about Madi? What about the rest of our friends?"
Raven Reyes: "We will worry about them later. Right now, you are the priority."
John Murphy: "Yeah. Damn right. We only have one problem. We couldn't find the Stone."
Raven Reyes: "Just because you can't see something, doesn't mean it's not there."
John Murphy: "Why is there an Azgeda symbol on the floor?"
Raven Reyes: "Don't know, don't care. All I know is, X marks the spot."
Clarke Griffin: "It's working!" (Clarke vanishes)
Octavia Blake: "I'm next."
Hope Diyoza: "I don't wanna be alone again."
Octavia Blake: "Sometimes to do the right thing, you have to take a risk. Your mom knew that, too." (Octavia vanishes)
Jordan Green (taking Hope's hand): "You're not alone."
Nathan Miller: "What now?"
Indra (to Gaia): "Now we have faith."
Octavia Blake: "Are you sure? You've wanted this your whole life."
Levitt: "Until you I didn't have a life."

Notes and Trivia Edit

  • It's revealed that Gabriel Santiago told everyone about Jordan Green's discovery in the Bardoan texts.
  • Levitt discovers that the memories of the Commanders are not in the part of Madi's brain that typically stores memory.
  • Jordan reveals that his beliefs about the test come not just from the Bardoan logs, but from the vision that he had of the Anomaly while under the influence of the Red Sun toxin in "The Blood of Sanctum."
  • Murphy, Jackson and Raven discover an Azgeda symbol on the floor of the Second Dawn Bunker's rec room over where the Anomaly Stone is buried, suggesting that Azgeda had something to do with the Stone being buried.
  • Madi suffers a massive stroke from M-Cap, destroying the areas of her brain related to voluntary movement. While her mind is still intact, she is essentially trapped in her body and Levitt states that it is irreversible.
  • Bill Cadogan gets the code that he needs from Madi's mind after finding Becca's memory of entering it into the Anomaly Stone.
  • Emori is severely injured in the bunker collapse. At the end of the episode, her heart stops and Jackson is performing CPR as she is transported to Sanctum, leaving her current fate unclear.
  • Echo and Niylah's fates are currently unknown as they aren't seen by either of the groups in the bunker.
  • It's shown that the guns the Disciples carry shoot laser blasts similar to their wrist blasters rather than firing bullets like normal guns.
  • When Raven uses the star map to send herself, Murphy, Emori and Jackson to Sanctum, she shows none of the trouble she had in "Hesperides" and "Nakara" in identifying the correct world. This is because in "Hesperides," she was instantly able to identify Sanctum on the map due it being the only world that was depicted as being located in a binary star system.
  • Goof: When Raven uses the star map as Murphy is uncovering the Anomaly Stone, the symbol visible next to the emerging code is the one previously identified for Bardo, not for Sanctum.

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Behind the Scenes Edit

  • Even though Chuku Modu did not appear after Gabriel Santiago dies in the previous episode, Chuku’s name still credited in this episode.
  • Jason Rothenberg stated that the ending scene of this episode, was originally written and directed by him and was to be the opening scene of the finale, but because the finale is too long, they had to pull the ending scene to this episode.[1]

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