On Wednesday, a new episode of “The 100” will air on the CW network. One sneak peek clip was previously released and now another one has been made available. So what can viewers expect on “The 100” season 2, episode 6? The episode titled “Fog of War” will have the truth about Mount Weather exposed or at least part of it. The preview for the upcoming episode was uploaded to YouTube on Nov. 26.
Before getting to the new preview for “The 100,” Spoilers Guide posted the synopsis for “Fog of War.” There will be a lot of tension between Clarke and Finn. Not only does Clarke wonder what kind of person he has become, but she wonders what has happened to the humanity of the entire group. Raven will figure out that Mount Weather is interrupting their communication systems and Dante will be betrayed by those he trusts most. Also look forward to Octavia finding Lincoln, but he is not the man she remembers. Based on the first sneak peek of “The 100” season 2, episode 6, Lincoln might not even be a man anymore.
The first preview for the upcoming episode of “The 100” shows Octavia and Bellamy locating Lincoln. He darts out of the darkness with incredible speed, but he doesn’t even resemble a man anymore. He looks more like a monster filled with intense rage as he lunges towards the siblings.
CW’s new promo for episode 6 features Maya, Jasper and Monty. As fans remember from the last episode, one of them is determined to find Clarke while the other one is content to stay. This will continue as Monty is more firm with Jasper about finding their friend. On Wednesday, Maya will let Jasper and Monty in on a big secret. Because they are always being monitored, she fakes a conversation about lunch while holding up a piece of paper. On it she writes, “Act normal. They’re listening!!!” On the next page of Maya’s notebook she writes that the breach was not an accident and for them to follow her.
She takes them to a room with a heavy door where they can talk without being listened to. She says that they don’t have much time and breaks down in tears. Monty tells Jasper that Maya getting exposed to radiation was not an accident, that Maya did it intentionally. Having Jasper’s blood infused with hers is “better than the standard treatment” she tells them. Not knowing what she means by this, Maya leads them to where they can see the cages and hooks, the same setup that Clarke witnessed.
Viewers speculated during the season break that “The 100” season 2 would be filled with mystery, suspense and action. Fans never trusted Mount Weather and things just keep getting creepier.