'The 100' Season 3, Episode 9 Promo: Can Bellamy Save Kane From The Death Penalty In 'Stealing Fire'?

The 100 will not air on CW network for three weeks, and viewers were left with a shocking cliffhanger on Thursday's episode. What will happen when the post-apocalyptic series returns? A promo for The 100 season 3, episode 9 has been released. While it doesn't reveal too much information, it does tease that Bellamy knows Pike has definitely gone too far. However, can Bob Morley's character save Kane from the death penalty, or is it too late?

On the last episode of The 100, Kane did his best to stop Pike. Unfortunately, Pike has too much control and power. He is also a ruthless leader, and despite a history of friendship with Kane, Pike issued the death penalty. Everyone was shocked by the punishment, including Bellamy.

In recent episodes, Bellamy knew that Pike had a tendency to go to extremes. After the anti-Grounder act of war on The 100, Bellamy told Pike they had gone too far. However, Michael Beach's character truly believes he is doing the right thing and saving the Sky People from the Grounders. However, it is really about revenge. While it is understandable that Pike's people went through a horrible ordeal because of Ice Nation, he refuses to believe that the Grounders are individuals. Not all of them are the same, but Pike refuses to believe this.

With Pike, there is no reasoning with the new chancellor, no discussion, and no compromise. The 100 character has one goal, and that is to win the war that he started with the Grounders. Pike will do whatever it takes, including killing his own people. This The 100 character has no tolerance for disobedience or "crimes against leadership," as Pike stated in the last episode of The 100. He considers Kane's actions to be the ultimate betrayal and sentenced the former chancellor to the death penalty.

Last week, Spoiler TV posted a producer's preview of The 100 season 3, episode 8. In the video clip, executive producer Jason Rothenberg explained that "Terms and Conditions" was an episode about paranoia. The 100's showrunner also said that it would reveal a lot of distrust. So, what can fans of The 100 expect in season 3, episode 9?

Spoilers Guide posted the promo for The 100 season 3, episode 9. Titled "Stealing Fire," it shows that Bellamy will try to fix his mistake of joining Pike's anti-Grounder mission. Even though he had expressed some doubts before, Bellamy continued to follow Pike and obey his commands. In the most recent The 100 video clip, Bellamy asks others to help him save Kane from the death penalty. He believes that, if they work together, Kane can be rescued. However, will he be able to save the former chancellor, or is it too late? Will the death penalty sentence cause the Arkadians to fear Pike? Due to their fear, will these The 100 characters choose not to help save Kane, even if they disagree with the leader's decisions?

Bellamy is going to have to be careful who he talks to in the next few episodes of The 100. Pike already has some of the Arkadians spying on their own people. Even though Bellamy is Pike's right-hand man, the new chancellor is paranoid. He also knows that Bellamy is shocked and guilt-ridden over Kane's punishment. Pike will likely have someone watching Bellamy closely when The 100 returns.

In The 100 season 3, episode 9 promo, there is a scene with Bellamy and Octavia. She bluntly and angrily tells Bellamy that, were it not for him, nobody would need saving.

It is clear that things in Arkadia will probably only get worse. Pike has a zero-tolerance policy for traitors. In The 100, even disagreeing with Pike can put someone on the wrong side.

What will Bellamy do about Kane's death penalty and Pike's out of control leadership? Can Kane be saved in The 100 season 3, episode 9? Or will "Stealing Fire" show that it is too late? Or worse, will Pike begin issuing the death penalty for anyone he suspects isn't on his side, including Bellamy?

The 100 season 3, episode 9, titled "Stealing Fire" airs March 31 on the CW network.

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