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The Cage 

With Rosie's body now identified, Det. Sarah Linden and Det. Stephen Holder begin the painstaking task of recreating her movements, learning about her circle of friends and tracing her ... See full summary »

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With Rosie's body now identified, Det. Sarah Linden and Det. Stephen Holder begin the painstaking task of recreating her movements, learning about her circle of friends and tracing her movements after she left the Halloween dance at her high school on Friday night. They question Councilman Darren Richmond who says he has no knowledge as to why Rosie would have been in the trunk of a car registered to his mayoralty campaign. He refuses to play politics with the situation. Linden interviews Jasper Ames whose father interrupts the questioning. At Rosie's school, Holder learns about the cage, a place in the school basement where the kids go for privacy. It may also be the crime scene. The Larsons tell their two boys that their sister is dead. Written by garykmcd

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When Rosie's dead body is discovered her pulse is fluttering in her neck. See more »

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Written by Richard File and Wendy Fowler
Performed by 'We Fell to Earth'
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So Much Under the Surface
15 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It turns out that Rosie drowned inside the car belonging to Richmond, the Mayoral candidate. Through the first two episodes we see the spinning of events by his campaign staff. He seems to be a straight shooter, but his people are suspect. Meanwhile, Rosie's family must tell their boys while keeping details away from people they know. Of course, this is to keep the killer unaware that there are forces out there. Sarah does what she can, bringing in kids that were at the Halloween party, but no one seems to be willing to say they even saw her. When she leaves to go back home, she hands things over to Stephen who does some different police work and discovers a horrible place. The Larsen's, especially Mitch, are beset by guilt. The house is searched. We can already see that Sarah is hooked on this case. The final scene is extremely sad.


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