Their co-partnership started in the fourth episode of Season One and a friendship developed in the eighth episode of season one.
The relationship between Clarke Griffin and Bellamy Blake starts out antagonistic towards each other.
In the beginning, Bellamy shows a great amount of animosity towards Clarke and considers her to be one of the "privileged" in the hierarchy the Ark created.
Meanwhile, Clarke often disagrees with the decisions Bellamy makes.
Tinder, an app that allows you to swipe right (Yea buddy He/She's cute) or left (No Thanks, Play Again) on potential dating candidates, is to thank for these upcoming nuptials.
As though there were no reason that I may reject him. It’s freeing to commit a cardinal sin and realize the punishment feels better than years of virtue ever had. Her writing has appeared in The Atlantic, O Magazine, and The Washington Post.
For being the cool black girl, I had been rewarded with the Sisyphean task of making insecure white people feel better about race and the hollow satisfaction of investing in the comfort of people who clearly weren’t invested in my own. After Charlottesville, a friend asks if I believe everyone who marched to protect Confederate statues is racist. I believe in grace for people who are imperfect allies and generosity for those interested in learning but haven’t yet. It’s not that I think allegiance to a Confederate flag or monument automatically makes someone racist. She is a Public Voices Fellow with the Op Ed Project.
The penalty for failing to be the cool black girl was not having to be one. I stop trying so hard to avoid offending people with suggestions they have offended me. I think of my date and his tattoo and his indignation and my coffee. But I no longer believe the comfort of white men is more precious than my own.
I stop playing the defendant when they want to play the devil’s advocate — allowing them to intellectually experiment on me with their worst arguments, leaving themselves unscathed and richer for the exercise and me, diminished.
I stop making them feel better for making me feel worse. I continue to forgive good faith missteps and let intentions count for a lot, even when they’re accompanied by inelegant wording. She doesn’t leave all of a sudden, in a fit of rage.
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The way in which that unfolded was something we were committed to treating responsibly in a grounded kind of way. I think we’re open to that as a possibility and we’d love to have her come play with us again. She obviously has a lot of sort of baggage—not just with Clarke but everybody, so I think it’d be great for the story of the show to have her back so we’ll see what happens.