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The 100: Our Two Biggest Questions After Season 6, Episode 9

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The 100 season 6, episode 9, "What You Take With You" featured the exit of a longtime cast member and character, and it also raised some questions going into the final stretch of the season. After a short break for Fourth of July, The 100 returned with an episode that focused on redemption as well as the past, bringing back and showing off characters who have died and actors who are no longer with the show.

In The 100's "What You Take With You" episode, Octavia struggles with coming to terms with what she's done and how she can move forward even though everyone hates her, including her brother and herself. And on the other end, there's Kane who doesn't know if he can live with himself knowing what has been done to him. It's interesting to see this theme play out in this way, especially since it's something Clarke had to go through on her own earlier this season.

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Just as Gabriel says towards the end of "What You Take With You", things are about to get weird leading into The 100 season 6's final episodes. And while not too much has been left off the table for fans to wonder about, there are still some questions regarding what happened in The 100 season 6, episode 9, "What You Take With You", as well as what it means for the show's future, including the forthcoming season finale.

What Was In The Green Box?

After taking Gabriel's drug/concoction, Octavia started to see similar things that she saw approaching the Anomaly. And as Pike expressly mentions, Octavia chose the red box, so she has to suffer the consequences of that decision - at least in this hallucination. So with that in mind, what was in the green box? Could those memories or experiences have been tamer in comparison to seeing Pike and Lincoln die, and seeing herself as Bloodreina? It's possible, but we may never find out.

Are The Primes Going To Go Extinct Now?

Kane took all of the nightblood with him when he floated himself, so what does that mean for the Primes? Now that Kane is gone, Abby may not have a willingness to help the Primes, especially once she finds out what happened to Clarke. It's actually astonishing that Raven hasn't told her yet, considering what Raven is trying to avoid is what exactly happened to Abby's daughter. Without the nightblood, the ability to make more Primes goes out the door (or the airlock?). That should mean the Primes are now on their way to actual extinction.

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