Being a leader in a post-apocalyptic world is no easy job, especially when there is a constant barrage of obstacles threatening the continued existence of mankind. Like most shows taking place against a dystopian backdrop, The 100 explores how outside forces are often less malignant than humanity itself, especially the leaders who either choose, or are forced by circumstances beyond their control, to make some questionable decisions to ensure the survival of those who depend on them. While many characters on The 100 have stepped into leadership roles, nobody has carried this burden with more mixed results than Thelonious Jaha. The former Chancellor turned messiah turned savior continues to keep fans of the show debating whether Jaha is a good guy or just plain bad.
January 8, 2018