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* CallBack: Abby and Jackson discuss how they don't have a choice about taking Madi's bone marrow, and Jackson brings up how Abby condemned it when he used a similar line of reasoning back in ''[[Recap/The100S6E5 TheGospelOfJosephine]]'', as being used by war criminals . She admits it was uncalled for.

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* CallBack: Abby and Jackson discuss how they don't have a choice about taking Madi's bone marrow, and Jackson brings up how Abby condemned it when he used a similar line of reasoning back in ''[[Recap/The100S6E5 TheGospelOfJosephine]]'', ''[[Recap/The100S06E05 The Gospel of Josephine]]'', as being used by war criminals . She admits it was uncalled for.


* CallBack: Abby and Jackson discuss how they don't have a choice about taking Madi's bone marrow, and Jackson brings up how Abby condemned it when he used a similar line of reasoning back in Recap/The100S6E5TheGospelOfJosephine, as being used by war criminals . She admits it was uncalled for.

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* CallBack: Abby and Jackson discuss how they don't have a choice about taking Madi's bone marrow, and Jackson brings up how Abby condemned it when he used a similar line of reasoning back in Recap/The100S6E5TheGospelOfJosephine, ''[[Recap/The100S6E5 TheGospelOfJosephine]]'', as being used by war criminals . She admits it was uncalled for.



** Priya is killed by Delilah’s parents.



* LockedOutOfTheLoop: Clarke reveals her deception to most of the cast from Earth, but is unable to tell Madi, due to the issues with Sheidheda.
* MamaBear: Under the false impression that Clarke is dead, Abby tells Russell she’ll kill him. This backfires, as it's probably what motivates him to make her Simone’s new host.

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* LockedOutOfTheLoop: Clarke reveals her deception to most of the cast from Earth, but is unable to tell Madi, due to the issues with Sheidheda.
* MamaBear: Under the false impression that Clarke is dead, Abby tells Russell she’ll kill him. This backfires, as it's probably what motivates him to make her Simone’s new host.
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* OutOfCharacterAlert: "Josephine" tells Priya that Rykker couldn't wipe Echo, due to losing his nerve. Echo, Gaia, and Miller, hiding nearby, know full well that he's actually dead at Echo's hands, and since there's no reason for Josephine to hide this, it must be Clarke talking. Though in a variation, Clarke didn't know they were there, having been planning on blackmailing Priya, but the reunion simplifies things.
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: Abby makes peace with Raven moments before Russell arrives and wipes her.

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* OutOfCharacterAlert: "Josephine" tells Priya that Rykker couldn't wipe Echo, due to losing his nerve. Echo, Gaia, and Miller, hiding nearby, know full well that he's actually dead at Echo's hands, and since there's no reason for Josephine to hide this, it must be Clarke talking. Though in a variation, Though, Clarke didn't know they were there, having been planning on blackmailing Priya, but the reunion simplifies things.
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: Abby makes peace with Raven moments before Russell arrives and wipes her.
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* SanitySlippage: Madi has almost fully given in to Sheidheda's influence, ranting about burning the Primes, referring to herself as "we", and at one point talks as if Sheidheda is directly speaking through her. Clarke is clearly heartbroken by this, but can't say or do anything about it without blowing her cover.
* TitleDrop: The "Adjustment Protocol", alluded to in previous episodes, is finally enacted; when the population of Sanctum turns against the Primes, weaponized pyschosis toxin is released into the crowd, and they start to tear each other apart.

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* SanitySlippage: Madi has almost fully given in to Sheidheda's influence, ranting about burning the Primes, referring to herself as "we", and at one point talks as if Sheidheda is directly speaking speaks through her. Clarke is clearly heartbroken by this, but can't say or do anything about it without blowing her cover.
* TitleDrop: The "Adjustment Protocol", alluded to in previous episodes, is finally enacted; when the population of Sanctum turns against the Primes, weaponized pyschosis psychosis toxin is released into the crowd, and they start to tear each other apart.

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** Priya is killed by Delilah’s parents.


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* MamaBear: Under the false impression that Clarke is dead, Abby tells Russell she’ll kill him. This backfires, as it's probably what motivates him to make her Simone’s new host.


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* RedemptionEqualsDeath: Abby makes peace with Raven moments before Russell arrives and wipes her.


* Blackmail: In order to force Priya to bring down the shield, Clarke threatens to smash the mind drive to her son Rykker right in front of her.
* CallBack: Abby and Jackson discuss how they don't have a choice about taking Madi's bone marrow, and Jackson brings up how Abby condemned him using a similar line of reasoning as being used by war criminals back in ''Recap/The100S6E5TheGospelOfJosephine''. She admits it was uncalled for.
* CharacterDeath: Abby, after injecting herself with nightblood to spare Madi, is wiped by Russell, to be used as Simone's new host.

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* Blackmail: In order to force Priya to bring down the shield, Clarke threatens to smash the mind drive to her son Rykker right in front of her.
* CallBack: Abby and Jackson discuss how they don't have a choice about taking Madi's bone marrow, and Jackson brings up how Abby condemned him using it when he used a similar line of reasoning back in Recap/The100S6E5TheGospelOfJosephine, as being used by war criminals back in ''Recap/The100S6E5TheGospelOfJosephine''.criminals . She admits it was uncalled for.
* CharacterDeath: Abby, after having injecting herself with nightblood to spare Madi, is wiped by Russell, to be used as Simone's new host.



* EvilCostumeSwitch: "Josephine" changes into an intimidating black uniform, now that there's no need to pretend to be Clarke. Of course, the irony is that she only gets it when Josephine's been purged and it's really Clarke posing as her.

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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: In order to force Priya to bring down the shield, Clarke threatens to smash the mind drive of her son Rykker right in front of her.
* EvilCostumeSwitch: "Josephine" changes into an intimidating black uniform, now that there's no need to pretend to be Clarke. Of course, the irony is that she only gets it when Josephine's the real Josephine has been purged and it's really Clarke posing as her.

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A special "Naming Day" changes everything in Sanctum; Gabriel meets an old friend.

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!!This episode contains examples of:
* AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs: With their GodGuise falling apart, the Primes' backup plan is to seize control of the Eligus mothership, using Raven, Madi, and Gaia as hostages, and wait out the carnage.
* ArmorPiercingSlap: Clarke slaps Gabriel, in the guise of Josephine getting angry at her former love, in order to let out some of her grief at suddenly finding out Abby was wiped.
* Blackmail: In order to force Priya to bring down the shield, Clarke threatens to smash the mind drive to her son Rykker right in front of her.
* CallBack: Abby and Jackson discuss how they don't have a choice about taking Madi's bone marrow, and Jackson brings up how Abby condemned him using a similar line of reasoning as being used by war criminals back in ''Recap/The100S6E5TheGospelOfJosephine''. She admits it was uncalled for.
* CharacterDeath: Abby, after injecting herself with nightblood to spare Madi, is wiped by Russell, to be used as Simone's new host.
* DressingAsTheEnemy: Having already stolen a Sanctum guard uniform, Gaia discreetly follows Clarke back to the Primes, hoping to free Madi. Unfortunately, Russell recognizes her, though Clarke saves her by claiming they need her as a hostage against Indra.
* EvilCostumeSwitch: "Josephine" changes into an intimidating black uniform, now that there's no need to pretend to be Clarke. Of course, the irony is that she only gets it when Josephine's been purged and it's really Clarke posing as her.
* LockedOutOfTheLoop: Clarke reveals her deception to most of the cast from Earth, but is unable to tell Madi, due to the issues with Sheidheda.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Gabriel breaks into Sanctum early and lets himself be captured, aiming to sound the alarm before the new hosts can be wiped, only to find out that they've already been taken. Instead, the oddity of his capture clues Russell in that the alarm is faked and calms the crowd before they can panic too much.
* OutOfCharacterAlert: "Josephine" tells Priya that Rykker couldn't wipe Echo, due to losing his nerve. Echo, Gaia, and Miller, hiding nearby, know full well that he's actually dead at Echo's hands, and since there's no reason for Josephine to hide this, it must be Clarke talking. Though in a variation, Clarke didn't know they were there, having been planning on blackmailing Priya, but the reunion simplifies things.
* SoProudOfYou: Clarke expresses this towards Murphy, after he and Emori give up their shot at immortality to help their friends. This also clues them in that Clarke is back to normal.
* SanitySlippage: Madi has almost fully given in to Sheidheda's influence, ranting about burning the Primes, referring to herself as "we", and at one point talks as if Sheidheda is directly speaking through her. Clarke is clearly heartbroken by this, but can't say or do anything about it without blowing her cover.
* TitleDrop: The "Adjustment Protocol", alluded to in previous episodes, is finally enacted; when the population of Sanctum turns against the Primes, weaponized pyschosis toxin is released into the crowd, and they start to tear each other apart.

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