He held out a hand to find that ice could warm a cold heart - assmonroe
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You’re my end and my beginning, even when I lose I’m winning.

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olicity

100 pictures  » joseph morgan

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rebelleleader:

First and last time Bellamy&Clarke said each others names

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You deserve it.

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olicity appreciation week: day two - funniest olicity moment.

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First of all, Mount Weather is the place where the government of the United States is supposed to be taken to in the event of some sort of a cataclysmic, end-of-the-world situation. It’s a bit of a relic of the Cold War, but it’s a real place. A lot of conspiracy theorists have their own bizarre claims about it. Nobody’s ever seen it, it’s classified, etc. So it’s based on that.

And you can imagine, at the time of the bombs, people made it there unbeknownst to the Chancellor. His speech in the pilot says that nobody ever made it there, but obviously he was wrong. And I look at Mount Weather in Season 2 as almost a mirror or negative image of the Ark. Whereas the Ark was founded by scientists and astronauts, who were already in space at the time of the war, Mount Weather was founded by politicians and military people and powerful people who had connections and were able to get there in time. That may be a little spoiler-y, but we find that out pretty quickly in Episode 1 of Season 2. - Jason Rothenberg

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We all need you.
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