The Killing: Season 1, Episode 12

Beau Soleil (12 Jun. 2011)

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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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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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Rise and fall of Darren Richmond
1 February 2012 | by (Earth 616) – See all my reviews

This episode starts with a discovery that boosts Richmond's hopes to win the election and ends in another discovery that could possibly damage him. In the meantime, Linden continues to search for Rosie's trail that fateful night after she left the casino.

Overall, another excellent episode in the series tradition. In the end there is strong evidence that the killer is finally found, but, with this series you can never be sure. Characters are as always a central part of the show. I especially enjoyed the scene where Drexler boasts he can do whatever he likes because of politicians like Richmond and when Stan talks with his wife in jail. As always there is a certain shadow in all the characters of the show which deepens the mystery and makes everything more interesting. This episode is mostly centered on the Larsen family, especially Terry, but also progresses the story up to its final resolution. In the end we have a strong lead on the killer which should make up for a very interesting finale.

Not much to say, but after some slow episodes in the middle of the series these last ones are killers. Great characters, plot twists, moral ambiguities and a good finale. Perfect all around!


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