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.