The Best Bellamy Blake Moment From Every Season of 'The 100'

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[WARNING: The following contains MAJOR spoilers for Season 7 of The 100.]

If this season of The 100 has made anything abundantly clear, it’s that pretty much all of the characters on the post-apocalyptic drama love — or at least like — hero Bellamy Blake (Bob Morley). His kind heart makes it pretty much impossible to hate him!

His near absence this season has had fans wondering where he is, and it looks like we're finally going to get answers in the August 12 episode, "Etherea." As he makes his way back to the heart of the action, and to honor the eldest Blake sibling, we've chosen our favorite moment of his from each season (so far).

Scroll down to relive each great Bellamy moment.

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Season 1: “Whatever the hell we want”

To properly appreciate Bell as a character, you’ve gotta understand where he started — and where he started was pretty close to being an antagonist. (“Whatever the hell we want” was his cavalier catchphrase.) He and Clarke (Eliza Taylor) butted heads frequently in the first season, given that he wanted everyone to take off the tracking wristbands assigned to them on the Ark, and she wanted to follow the rules. Eventually, though, they formed a bond… and the rest was history.

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Season 2: Giving forgiveness

Pretty much the whole Season 2 finale is a “Bellamy Blake best moment,” but if we have to choose one clip from it, we’ll go with the last, emotional conversation between him and Clarke. He urges her to come home to Arkadia. Guilt-ridden for causing the deaths of hundreds of people, she declines and tells him she has to leave. He offers her forgiveness. There are tears in both of their eyes. And in the end he watches her go, looking totally heartbroken.

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Season 3: Bellamy confides in Clarke

Season 3 was pretty up and down for Bellamy’s character, from him joining Pike (Michael Beach)’s army and yelling at Clarke for leaving him to — unwillingly — playing a role in Lincoln (Ricky Whittle)’s death and getting beaten by his sister as a result. After all that, it’s no wonder he’s pretty broken, and that leads him to confide in his co-leader about his regrets as they stand together on the beach. It’s a beautiful scene that says a lot about Bellamy’s character and how deeply he cares for those he loves.

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Season 4: Finding out about Octavia’s “death”

There were plenty of good Bellamy moments in Season 4, and it was a tough call between this and Bellamy’s realization that he left Clarke behind on the ground during Priamfiya. In the end though, this one wins because of how utterly heartbreaking it is: no matter how many times you see Echo (Tasya Teles) reveal Octavia is dead, Bellamy’s utterly broken wail still brings chills. No matter the siblings’ ups and downs, it can never be said Bellamy doesn’t love his little sister.

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Season 5: His sister, his responsibility

This is another Bellamy and Octavia moment, but with a very different tone. After realizing O (who is in fact alive!) would sacrifice all of Wonkru to get to the valley — and kill Clarke — Bellamy had to make a painful call. He dosed her food with Monty’s poisonous algae, putting her in a coma and crying as she went limp in his arms. It’s a powerful scene, made even more powerful when he repeats his mantra: “my sister, my responsibility.”

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Season 6: Bringing back Clarke

The moment all the Bellamy (and Bellarke) fans had been waiting for arrived in the tenth episode of Season 6: Bell quite literally brought Clarke back from the dead after kicking Josephine Prime out of her mind-space. Whether you read it as platonic or romantic, there’s no denying how deeply he cares about those who have a home in his heart. Seeing his tears of desperation turn to tears of joy as he hugged Clarke was heartwarming. It’s so rare that anyone gets happy moments on this show, and if anyone deserved one, it was Bellamy Blake.

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Season 7: His… death?

Okay, we’ve barely seen Bellamy this season, and now we know he’s not dead thanks to those previews of the next episode. There’ll be a better moment than this one… but for now, this is what we have to go off of. And there’s something distinctly Bellamy about making a heart-led decision to kill the guards and get his sister back by threatening the cult-like Disciples, even at the cost of his own life.