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The 100 Finale: Clarke and Lexa Reunite in the City of Light!

Eliza Taylor dishes on the emotional reunion

Sadie Gennis

Clexa fans will not want to miss The 100 finale.

Next Thursday's episode finds Clarke (Eliza Taylor) journeying into the City of Light in an attempt to stop A.L.I.E. (Erica Cerra). And once Clarke's consciousness is linked with the A.I., she'll be able to reunite with Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey) again.

"I think it's pretty obvious [what Clarke finds in the City of Light] at this point given the photos that are online. Me and a little human named Lexa," Taylor tells TVGuide.com. "She's definitely going to come across some things that she never thought she would again. I don't know how to tell you anything else without spoiling, but I think fans are going to be very happy."

Earlier this season, Lexa was controversially killed off after she and Clarke consummated their relationship. And though Clarke now has an opportunity to get some closure with Lexa, don't expect her to be moving on any time soon.

"I hope that she can love again, whether that person is male or female. I hope that she can find that," Taylor says. "But for me, personally, I think it was so amazing for my character to really truly love someone. And she has just passed away at this point, and I think it's going to take a long time to grieve and to move forward. And I want to allow her that time.

"I don't want her to move on to some other girl. She could, but it would be out of grief," Taylor continues. "It wouldn't be because she immediately falls in love with some other woman or what have you. I think Lexa was her love and it was so lovely to see her and feel that."

Are you excited for Lexa to return?

Alycia Debnam-Carey, The 100 Liane Hentscher, THE CW

The 100 finale airs Thursday at 9/8c on The CW.

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