It is the fifty-ninth episode of the series overall. HOPE — In the fifth season premiere, Clarke struggles to survive on a desolate, scorched earth while her friends in space come across a long-awaited beacon of hope. There is no water, no vegetation, nothing.
As a Nightblood she has adapted to the radiation. She has a map of the area that shows her where to locate Rover 1.
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She sets off across the dried up seabed to find it, with the parting words: "at least I don't have to swim". Rover 1's location is marked by inukshuks, Clarke digs it out.
She drives off to Polis to join her mother and members of " Wonkru ". Polis is buried in rubble and after futile attempts to dig down to the bunker door she has to give up. She tries to contact the Ark by radio it is now two months since Praimfaya but does not receive any response. Next, she heads to the ruins of Arkadia to see if she can find food or water.
She finds, as she says, "ghosts" instead. Continuing cross-country in an unknown direction, she is overtaken by a sandstorm that destroys the solar panels on Rover 1, rendering it inoperable. Using her map, she sets off on foot to the solar fields. Things get pretty bad and she collapses in the desert. A vulture chewing on her leg after she passed out wakes her up.
She follows the bird to more desert and gives up. Just as she about to commit suicide, she sees the bird again and this time it leads her to a green valley which survived Praimfaya. After a swim in a watering hole, Clarke discovers a grounder village within the safe zone.
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Unfortunately, she finds all the villagers have died from radiation exposure. She burns all the corpses on a pyre. She settles in at the village and finds berries to eat. She continues to try to contact the Ark without success. Madi leads Clarke into a trap and tries to kill her until she realizes that Clarke is a Nightblood. At first, Madi continues to stay away, but softens up after Clarke draws a picture of her.
Six years later, Madi is a preteen and the two Nightbloods living an idyllic life. She can now drive a rover. The two have developed a maternalistic bond. Meanwhile, a group of seven survivors have been surviving on the Ark. Some things have changed while others have stayed the same. Monty and Harper are still together, while Murphy and Emori have split up. Bellamy has pursued a romantic relationship with Echo. Bellamy looks out the window to the planet below, whilst Raven and Echo train together.
Of course, later Star Treks would dig deeper into the idea, though usually it would be through alien races like the Klingons or Bajorans.
The visuals of these sequences, of course, are top notch, and the action exciting. Is she a… red angel? Or somehow connected to that mycelial energy that apparently entered our favorite cadet-turned-ensign at the end of last season? Stay tuned, but suffice to say Mary Wiseman continues to make every Tilly scene fun and quirky.
Also, the use of the spore drive allows Stamets to reveal that he encountered the dead Hugh in the mycelial network at the end of last season. The Disco cast and producers discuss Pike vs. Lorca in the video above. And perhaps the captain even has some personal experience with worship he seems to speak the lingo of the Catholic liturgy.
On the other hand, Burnham, ever the scientist, must find a logical explanation for how this situation came about. Of course, this question of faith versus science will be a big theme of the season, and will tie into the Spock storyline as well.