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"You know full well that when it comes to feelings, you tend to run away." Finally, after two full series and two episodes, we get to the heart of 'The Killing', the tension between Sarah Lund's obvious compassion, need to balance her working life with her personal one, and her inability to express any of it.

This week's English words that sneaked in: London, motto, stress, f**ked and toast.

This week, she wasn't doing anything right - something her ex, Special Brancher Borch, took delight in pointing out and prodding.

Sarah Lund - the personal and professional have clashed for the policewoman

The plot thickened in accordance with it being episode 3 of 10, the body count went up and Lund's brow deepened. When she got a call learning that the pathologist involved in an earlier, dodgy-sounding case "wants to speak to us now", you somehow guessed that same professional's fate »

- Caroline Frost

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