Clarke: Hai un cuore così grande, Bellamy.
Bellamy: Clarke- Clarke: La gente ti segue. Li ispiri per questo, ma l'unico modo per assicurarci la sopravvivenza è se usi anche questo.Bellamy: Ho te per questo.
Nicknames: Bellarke, Blarke, la principessa e il ribelle, il re e la principessa
Status: Intimi amici; Co-Leaders; relazione più importante dello show secondo Jason Rothenberg
Primo Incontro: I Cento
Clarke e Bellamy è il rapporto tra Clarke Griffin e Bellamy Blake. Sono interpretati da Eliza Taylor e Bob Morley, e debuttano nel primo episodio della prima stagione. La loro collaborazione è iniziata nel quarto episodio e diventano amici durante l'ottavo episodio della prima stagione. Lungo tutta la serie cementificano il loro rapporto di amicizia e collaborazione e - secondo alcuni fan - stanno avendo un lento e progressivo avvicinamento romantico.
Il rapporto tra Clarke Griffin e Bellamy Blake inizia in modo antagonistico. All'inizio, Bellamy mostra grande animosità verso Clarke e la considera una dei "privilegiati" nella gerarchia creata dall'Arca. Bellamy guarda Clarke dall'alto in basso a causa della sua educazione sull'Arca. Clarke non è spesso d'accordo con le decisioni di Bellamy. Tuttavia, come prima stagione va avanti, il loro rapporto si sviluppa in una partnership. La loro collaborazione si sviluppa in una amicizia piena di rispetto e fiducia reciproci.
Sono separati durante la guerra in Noi siamo Terrestri (Parte 2), solo per essere riuniti di nuovo nel quinto episodio della seconda stagione. Clarke e Bellamy tirano la leva che fa sì che tutti gli uomini della montagna, tra cui i bambini e persone che li hanno aiutati, muoiano in Sangue chiede Sangue (Parte 2). Dopodiché, Clarke lascia Bellamy e il resto della sua gente a Campo Jaha.
Nella Terza stagione, vengono separati e si ritrovano 4 volte. In Wanheda (Parte 2), Bellamy trova Clarke, prigioniera. Ma lui viene pugnalato alla gamba e lei viene portata via da Roan. In O voi che entrate, Bellamy arriva a Polis e trova Clarke lì. Lui la prega di tornare ad Arkadia con lui, ma lei rifiuta e sceglie di restare con Lexa per garantire la collaborazione tra i grounders e gli skypeople in veste di ambasciatrice. In Hakeldama, Clarke si intrufola ad Arkadia per affrontare Bellamy sul massacro dell'esercito terrestre. Egli tenta di consegnarla a Pike ma lei lo colpisce col bastone elettrico e scappa. In Nevermore, si ritrovano ancora una volta e tentano di salvare la vita di Raven con l'aiuto degli altri delinquenti. In Join or Die, Bellamy ammette a Clarke che era davvero arrabbiato con lei per averlo lasciato e che non vuole più sentirsi in quel modo.
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- Sono conosciuti come Bellarke, o Blarke dai fan.
- Bellamy ha 23 anni e Clarke ne ha 18.
- Jason Rothenberg ha confermato che i Bellarke potrebbero eventualmente diventare una coppia nelle stagioni successive.
- Nel romanzo, Bellamy e Clarke hanno un rapporto romantico. Nel secondo romanzo Day 21, confessano il loro amore. E' il rapporto principale nei libri.
- Il rispetto che hanno l'un per l'altro è anche visto nello show.
- Clarke ammette che lei e il resto del campo, hanno bisogno di Bellamy.
- Nel romanzo, Bellamy è quello che da il soprannome a Clarke di "Principessa".
- Secondo Murphy, Clarke è la principessa e Bellamy è il re in Il Ritorno di Murphy.
- La loro prima interazione è ne I Cento. Bellamy vuole aprire la porta della navicella, ma Clarke si oppone.
- Bellamy salva la vita di Clarke tre volte:
- Eliza Taylor e Bob Morley vengono entrambi da Victoria in Australia.
- Entrambi erano nello show televisivo australiano Neighbours. Eliza Taylor era nello show dal 2003 - 2008, e Bob Morley dal 2011 – 2013.
Note del Produttore
- We will have to stay tuned to see where we'll see them next season, but it's pretty clear at the end of this episode that Bellamy is stunned by her choice," executive producer Jason Rothenberg tells E! News. "He was hoping that they'd finally be able to now come home and have some sort of normalcy. They've made it! They're back! 'Let's go have a drink,' he says, before he realizes she's not coming in." -
- "It's clear to me that these two people have come to need each other and respect each other and love each other on some pretty deep level," Rothenberg says. "Obviously it's not romantic, certainly for Clarke anyway, and it's never been vocalized that it is for Bellamy either. You could read as much as you want in their body language and their eyes, but that's something that is being put off again as a result of Clarke's walkabout."
-"But you know what, the truth is that I'm not deliberately toying with [Bellarke]! It's just the story that we're telling now," he promises. "If it makes sense at some point, it will happen. If people really want it right now, the Bellamy/Clarke thing, I highly, highly recommend that they read the books. It's in the books! It's a very tense part of the books. If you want that right now, you can get it. At some point, the show will give it to you too, but for now, it's not there." 
Even though it may be difficult to wait for an inevitable, real Bellarke relationship, even the most hardcore Bellarke shipper must admit that if it happens too fast, it won't be as satisfying.
-"Absolutely!" Rothenberg agrees. "Because then once people get it, they'll be like, 'Okay, next!' But it doesn't enter our minds as storytellers as, 'How are we going to deepen and play with the Bellamy/Clarke love story?' It's just not a part of the show right now. We played with the Lexa/Clarke storyline this season and that is still ongoing because both characters are still breathing. The journey is long, and eventually we'll be able to tell that story in all its glory, but right now, there are other things in the way of that." 
Bellamy and Clarke’s last scene. These are two characters that have become good allies and obviously, there’s a huge fan base for them romantically too. How important was it to have that scene, and also the one with him helping her push that lever to kill all the Mountain Men?
Jason Rothenberg: Important. Bellamy and Clarke are the leaders of the kids, certainly of The 100. They are two of our heroes. And they’re a team. They compliment each other. They complete each other. I think they both realize now that they are indispensable to the other. Getting them back together to sort of finish the job was important, for sure. And Bellamy’s gesture there to put his hand on top of hers and do it together – in some way take on the burden that he knew Clarke would be taking on in that moment – was certainly something that was important for him to do. I think Clarke appreciates it, but I don’t think it lessens anything in Clarke’s mind. I don’t think he takes half the burden and suddenly it feels half as bad to her. But certainly the bond, at some point in the future, that will serve to deepen their connection, for sure. Once they have time to process this.
Clarke killed all of Mount Weather, and obviously this is going to affect her a lot going forward as she left to strike out on her own, even though Bellamy took on some of the responsibility. Why is she still blaming herself when Bellamy helped shoulder that responsibility?
Bellamy's gesture at that moment was amazing and magnanimous. He doesn't want Clarke to take that on by herself. But at the end of the day, that doesn't really help absolve her of anything. Just because someone else did it with you, that doesn't make you feel any better about what you ultimately had to do.
Bellamy's still pretty affected by that choice too, right?
I suppose there's a world where Bellamy can't live with himself and what he did either and goes out and joins Clarke. That's not in the cards for these two right now, though. Clarke has reached the end of her journey and just wants to forget what she's had to do and be by herself, not reminded every second of these horrible things she's been forced to do this season in order to get her people back, from killing Finn [Thomas McDonnell] to shooting Dante to irradiating Mount Weather.
Clark was the 100’s leader and essentially became everyone’s leader after everyone came down from the Ark. Can you say anything about what you’re thinking as far as where does that leadership now fall? Does it go back to Abby? Does Bellamy take over, given what Clarke said to him at the end?
I do think Bellamy is going to be recognized as the hero that he became this season. I think that Kane, in the very brief moment between the two of them, in the dorm, as they’re freeing everybody - it’s essentially an acknowledgement in so many words of the mistake he made in episode one of this year when he arrested him and they sort of disregarded the fact that these kids had been on the ground for this time and knew way more than they did. Bellamy had always wanted to be a member of the guard. Perhaps we’ll see that ultimately coming to pass. Perhaps we’ll see him getting some real responsibility. I don’t want to talk too much about what my plans are for Season 3 but obviously, the dynamic within the camp… everything is going to change now. }}
- ↑ 1,0 1,1 1,2 Jason Rothenberg http://ca.eonline.com/news/634592/why-the-100-s-bellarke-fans-shouldn-t-be-worried-about-season-3
- ↑ Bellamy http://www.justjaredjr.com/2015/03/11/the-100-ep-jason-rothenberg-answers-your-burning-finale-questions-spoilers/
- ↑ 3,0 3,1 Bellamy http://ca.eonline.com/news/634547/who-lived-who-died-the-100-boss-breaks-down-all-those-shocking-season-2-finale-moments
- ↑ Clarke Griffin http://ca.ign.com/articles/2015/03/12/the-100-creator-on-what-clarke-did-in-the-finale-and-what-to-expect-in-season-3