Bellamy – Jason Rothenberg has confirmed that Morley will be in fewer episodes on these coming episodes, but what if fewer exposures will be seen?
It all started with a flashback. While her mom is in the middle of Anomaly, she was left alone in Sky Ring crying and learned to live her life all alone. Everything was normal until four people come through, and only three go back.
The guy who was left was Dev who keeps distance until she sees Hope devoured a berry that is maliciously poisonous. She took care of her and trained her how to combat and to use knives. They have a sweet father-daughter relationship and a ruthless plan to get out of Sky Ring and save Octavia and Diyoza: On Dev’s Absolution Day (the day a person is released from this prison world), they’ll attack the guards to find Hope’s family.
Hope was helpless and hesitant to kill the guards, unfortunately Dev got killed. Dev was able to kill the guard to give more time for Hope to escape.
Sky Ring, Hope, Echo, and Gabriel made efforts for Orlando. They need to win him over by his own Absolution Day, in less than five years, so they all can escape and execute their plans of finding Bellamy and the gang.
Everyone in the Sanctum finds out that Echo and Bellamy is in trouble. They find one of the Golden Masked bodies with bullet holes out by Gabriel’s shack, but there are no other signs of people. They were puzzled with the incident.
On later scenes, the mysterious man outside the gate lowers his mask and says he and his people are called Disciples of a Greater Truth. Not culty at all! He says Clarke is “the key to winning the last war man will ever wage,” and they had an agreement to take her unharmed. She agrees to go if she can get her friends again safely. Time is precious and he pressured her to hurry up “every second counts.” and they plan to meet at Gabriel’s shack.
After, Sky Ring group is slowing getting Orlando to warm to them. Yes, he has a soft spot for Hope, so when things don’t move fast enough for Echo, she talks Hope into faking drowning so that he can save her. He finally agrees to have dinner with them.
Since Orlando broke the Shepherd’s 4th Law: was sent to this prison. Orlando still agreed although he was breaking that rule and getting tossed here for five years of repentance, Consequently, they help Hope, Echo, and Gabriel, but only if they agree to not killing anyone.
It’s been four years, and they’re all ready to go. The plan is for Orlando to be tied up and the Disciples who come to retrieve him to be disarmed by the other three. It goes according to plan until Hope stabs a woman who’s about to attack Echo. Orlando sees the woman’s face and begins to cry. With everyone else disarmed, Gabriel says they’ll cut Orlando loose so he can follow them into Bardo. But Echo has other plans: She realizes he’s still loyal to the Disciples, they’re his people. As soon as they wake, they’ll just go to Bardo and ruin their plans.
Everything goes dramatic when Echo has to kill all of these unconscious Disciples in order to save Bellamy. While crying, she starts stabbing as Orlando stands tied to the tree. And it only gets worse when she says they have to leave him behind. Gabriel and Hope clearly don’t like this plan, but don’t have long to decide what to do before the Anomaly closes. Echo gives Orlando the knife to cut himself loose as they leave — but the reality of the situation weighs heavy: He will be all alone on this planet for years, and we saw what that did to him last time. Echo’s Ice Nation upbringing and assassin past are certainly showing: This is one of the coldest acts I’ve ever seen on this show. We barely knew Orlando, but I shed a few tears for him.
Back in Sanctum, Raven is able to open up the mask and discover how it works. With all the data revealed in the helmet, she realizes there are six planets in a network connected by a wormhole. She also realizes that Clarke is a target considered “armed and extremely dangerous,” so she and Jordan rush off to stop her from going with the Disciples.
Clarke is just arriving at Gabriel’s tent. But she’s not alone: Gaia, Niylah, and Miller have snipers trained on the Head Disciple — but it doesn’t matter because he has his own ghost people behind them. And here’s where the timeline gets even more confusing: He tells her that her people killed five of his guards in the prison world. He found their bodies along with “a prisoner who spent five years with them.” He killed himself after they betrayed him. I got angry at Echo all over again hearing that (and sad for Orlando) — but
With Raven wearing the mask, she can see there are six planets: one offline, and one is Sanctum. This means they have a 1 in 4 chance of finding Penance, where the Disciple said their friends were. They decide to pick one and test it out. Clarke, Niylah, Jordan, Miller, and Raven all decide to go through. Gaia stays behind to keep everyone posted on what’s going on and to “protect Madi.” The problem is as soon as the group is through the bridge, Gaia gets knocked out by an invisible Disciple. She wakes up just as they are shutting down the Anomaly stone. She puts up a fight, and they both fall through the bridge just as it’s powered off. And another problem: They’re not on the same planet where everyone else just went.
For summarization, five separate groups are on up to six planets, and time passes differently on each. There’s a powerful group, which most likely is a cult with ties to Earth pre-first-apocalypse, that controls it all.