The police connect Rosie to a suspicious website. The waterfront project is halted. Stan faces his demons while Mitch learns secrets she never knew about Rosie.



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Regi Darnell (credit only)
Benjamin Abani
Aleena Drizocki


With evidence that Rosie used the ATM machines at the casino, Linden and Holder learn that she was making regular deposits to an account. While there is little doubt the account was Rosie's, she actually opened it in the name of a relative. Rosie's computer reveals she may have been working as an escort and another girl at the agency had warned them all about a kinky customer who goes by the name of Orpheus - someone who has a fascination with drowning. Meanwhile, Mitch is still upset that all of their savings have disappeared. Someone else has to bail Stan out of jail. Written by garykmcd

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At the end of the previous episode ("Missing"), Rosie Larsen is seen on an ATM security video which is timestamped for 10/6/10 at 12:37 AM. In this episode, however, they find that "Orephus" deleted his Beau Soleil account on October 5th at 3:52 AM and Linden says "That's the night that Rosie was killed." See more »


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And the killer is...
12 June 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you have not seen the latest episode of The Killing, or if you do not want to be revealed, do not keep reading

So anyways, the last 20 minutes of episode 2 were pretty suspenseful, and I was at the edge of my seat for those 20 minutes. We finally found out who the killer was... and it was satisfying. Scream 4 was right when it said "The unexpected is the new cliché". Richmond had been the probably main suspect at the beginning of the show, and his storyline always had to coincide with Rosie's. Some might say that maybe the show needed a more shocking killer, but you see that's the point. Like Scream 4 said, the most seemingly unexpected killers is what is expected these days. Many were predicting Gwen, even I did, especially in this episode because I noticed how many time the camera reflected on her face this time and how different her facial expressions were. When all is said and done, the killer makes absolute sense, and the way it was revealed made it shocking. Also, the great thing is that we have a capable actor of pulling it off. All in all, I was very satisfied with the reveal and the killer, and cannot wait for the final episode of the season.

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