The Killing (2011–2014)
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With the video from Rosie's phone, Linden and Holder think they have the killers. It's not that simple however and they soon find themselves back to square one. Linden re-interviews Rosie's... See full summary »

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With the video from Rosie's phone, Linden and Holder think they have the killers. It's not that simple however and they soon find themselves back to square one. Linden re-interviews Rosie's BFF, Sterling, and learn that Rosie used to regularly take a bus to a distant part of town. Mayoralty candidate Darren Richmond's campaign is rapidly going downhill and his staff propose a major ad campaign. The only problem is that the campaign needs a infusion of cash. Rosie's parents prepare for her funeral and visit a funeral home to select a casket and go to the church to arrange for the service. Linden decides to again search Rosie's bedroom and finds handwritten notes notes from an interesting source. Written by garykmcd

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So Much Grief; So Much Pain
16 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is greatly focused on the Larsens and what a family must face at the death of a child. There are scenes at the funeral home where they must pick out a casket and plan the details of the internment. Soon after that, there is a meeting with a priest who says all the bromides. Mitch asks him questions about where God was in all of this. The priest is quiet. We also get to see Sterling develop as a character. Her role in this becomes even more dramatic when it comes to the Cage. The political stuff continues as betrayals begin to take place and maneuvering in the Mayor's race. One question is whether the planned wedding of Sarah will take place. This case is digging ditch that may not be filled. We will see if her guy has the patience to continue with her.


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