After taking the chip and submitting to ALIE, the fierce Raven ceased to exist and in her place Rav-ALIE was born on The 100 Season 3 Episode 11, “Nevermore.” The only good thing to come from Raven’s predicament was that it brought the Adventure Squad back together again.

Rav-ALIE laid down a lot of truths to Raven’s friends as they tried to save her. It was a major smackdown. Which was the most brutal? They were all pretty vicious! Check out the best lines and exchanges from “Nevermore.”

The 100 Interview: Lindsey Morgan Teases Raven’s Future is “Not Completely Bleak” >>>

Bellamy: “What more do I have to do to prove that I am on your side?”
Octavia: “Bring Lincoln back. Turning Pike in doesn’t make you one of the good guys, Bellamy. You did that to save me, not because what you thought Pike was doing to the Grounders was wrong.”

Clarke: “You okay?”
Bellamy: “Fine.”

Jasper: “You don’t give the orders Clarke!”
Rav-ALIE: “Guess he doesn’t forgive you for murdering his girlfriend.”

The100_31100003.pngBellamy: “You can’t let your anger get in the way of what we have to do here.”
Jasper: “That’s funny coming from you. When you’re angry, people die. Just ask that girl over there.”

Rav-ALIE: “Thank you. Do you ever see their faces?”
Clarke: “What?
Rav-ALIE: “Of all the people you’ve killed?
Clarke: “Heh. I know what you’re doing, but you can’t get to me, ALIE, so don’t even bother.”

“Everywhere you go, death follows. You always want to save everyone. What you don’t realize is, you’re the one we need saving from. Wells is dead because you couldn’t see Charlotte was a basket case. Finn is dead because you broke his heart and then slid a knife into it. Hell, I bet you got Lexa killed, too.”
– Rav-ALIE to Clarke

The100_31100011.png“You’re done, ALIE. You hear me?  We’re gonna fry you!”
– Clarke

Monty: “Octavia, we’re your people.”
Octavia: “I’m not Trikru. I’m not Skaikru.”
Monty: “You’re one of the hundred.”
Octavia: “Not anymore.”

Clarke: “I never wanted any of this. I had to save our people.”
Jasper: “I was going to save everyone.”
Clarke: “I wish you could have.”
Jasper: “Shove your regret up your ass.”

“That wasn’t really her. It was ALIE. My mom was already gone. It wasn’t her.”
– Monty

The100_31100006.png“Look at your united front. Tell me, why do you give Bellamy a pass for murdering your girlfriend?”
– Rav-ALIE to Jasper

“I do have one question. Does it bother you that you don’t get any credit for the genocide at Mount Weather? Clarke gets to be the Commander of Death, but you murdered all those people, too, then again you didn’t get any credit for the culling on the ark, either. How many suffocated when you threw away my radio? At least Clarke was saving her own people. You were just saving your own ass. Of course that’s nothing compared to killing your own mom. You just had to to take little sister to her first dance. You might as well just shoved Aurora out of the airlock yourself. Do you think she’d be proud of you now for the kind of leader you’ve become, or would she see the truth like the rest of us do, that you’re a follower? Clarke’s been back one day and you’re already taking orders. The good, little knight by his queen’s side.”
– Raven to Bellamy

Bellamy: “I’m sorry.”
Niylah: “People like you always are.”

The100_31100009.png“Stop. It’s Lexa! Part of her is still in there. I saw them cut it out of her head.”
– Clarke

“I could have saved my mom.”
– Monty

Bellamy: “What do you do when you realize you might not be the good guy?”
Clarke: “Maybe there are no good guys?”

Raven: “I’m so sorry for all the crap I said.”
Jasper: “And for punching me in the face, right?”
Raven: “No, you definitely deserved that.”

The100_31100010.pngClarke: “Why did ALIE want you to kill yourself?”
Raven: “Because I know why she wants the second AI.”
Bellamy: “Why?”
Raven: “It’s the only thing that can stop her.”
Octavia: “Then let’s stop her. We survive together.”

“We’ll have to kill them all.”

The 100 airs Thursdays at 9pm ET on the CW.

(Image courtesy of the CW.)

Carla Day

Contributing Writer, BuddyTV

Contributing Editor and Writer for Collider, BuddyTV, TV Fanatic, CliqueClack, and other publications. TV criticism, reviews, interviews with actors and producers, and other related content. Founder of TV Diehard.