Jasper Jordan fans can breath a sigh of relief. It's been a long, difficult season for The 100 delinquent, but, after months of suffering from a PTSD induced depression, it looks like the teen is ready to put his Mount Weather ghosts to rest.
The 100 will air the first half of its season 3 finale this Thursday, and a brief moment of calm will give Monty (Christopher Larkin) and Jasper (Devon Bostick) a chance to reconnect before chaos strikes again. Best friends since their days on the Ark, Larkin and Bostick's characters were torn apart by Maya's season 2 death. As Monty deals with the loss of his mother, Jasper's time with Luna will bring him around to the idea of reconciliation.
Check out the heart-warming "Perverse Instantiation: Part One" clip here. Bellamy and Octavia were the only genetic siblings on the Ark, but Monty and Jasper are closer than some brothers could ever hope to be.
We caught up with Bostick at WonderCon 2016, and the actor dished on Jasper's intense season-long arc.
"I hope people can see he's really just suffering. He's not being annoying; this is a kid who needs help. He needs attention. People need to talk to him and it's just not happening because there are so many things going on in the world," Bostick explained. "He's just a kid in trouble. Yeah, everyone's going through stuff [but] it's just affecting him differently."
Considering The 100 finales tend to drench characters (and viewers!) in a sea of feels, we hope Jasper can keep his positive attitude through episode 16. Monty and Jasper are stronger together, and we'd hate to see ALIE somehow rip them apart once again.
Find out more when The 100 airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on The CW. Click the video below to see a preview for the series' next episode.