The Killing (2011–2014)
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Having found Rosie's hidden letter, Linden and Holder interview her teacher Bennet Ahmed. He denies having anything to do with her death but provides them with new information, a super 8 ... See full summary »

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Having found Rosie's hidden letter, Linden and Holder interview her teacher Bennet Ahmed. He denies having anything to do with her death but provides them with new information, a super 8 film she made. They learn something interesting about Ahmed's wife, Amber. On the campaign trail, Richmond's ads are having the desired effect but he still trails the incumbent mayor. At Gwen's urging, he approaches Mitch Larsen but can't quite bring himself to use her. He's still trying to find the mole in his campaign. Stan and Mitch find that friends and customers alike are avoiding them. A frustrated Stan decides to get his on information on what may have been going on at Rosie's school. Written by garykmcd

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The Mayor tells Jamie that "the Peavey Club started as a shelter for loggers in the 1830's". However, the first non-native settlement in the Seattle area began in November 1851. See more »

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References Sesame Street (1969) See more »

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Written by Richard File and Wendy Fowler
Performed by 'We Fell to Earth'
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Potential Red Herring Alert
16 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mr. Larsen finally has his moment. After visit to the funeral home where he gets to see his daughter in her burial dress, he fall apart. He has resisted getting involved in the apprehension of her killer until now. His and Mitch's worlds are crashing down around them. Sarah and Stephen start to look into the teacher, Amed, to figure out what he had to do with Rosie in an ongoing way. Letters had been found in an illuminated globe in her bedroom. Upon checking with the school, Amed seemed to be one of those teachers who at times got way more involved with his students than may have been appropriate. He lies to the police when they question him about his whereabouts the night of the murder. The campaign goes into another level because Richmond is finding that his suspicions haven't been correct. We are now confronted with enough scattered evidence to confuse the audience. I hope everyone is playing fair in this drama. I am utterly hooked.


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