The Killing (2011–2014)
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Stonewalled 

Having possibly ruined a long-term terrorist investigation, Linden and Holder face the prospect of having their case shut down completely. The Feds aren't cooperating so Linden takes ... See full summary »

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Having possibly ruined a long-term terrorist investigation, Linden and Holder face the prospect of having their case shut down completely. The Feds aren't cooperating so Linden takes matters into her own hands, confirming that a key piece of evidence, Rosie's sweater, is at the scene. Shut out of the case as a result, it's left to Holder to suggest a solution on how they might go forward. Darren Richmond meanwhile attends the parole hearing for the drunk driver who killed his wife. He decides to release the information they've obtained on the Mayor's extra-curricular activities. Linden's personal life is in a shambles. Her fiancé is refusing to return her calls and her son Jack is lashing out at what he sees as his mother's lack of interest in him. Mitch and Stan Larsen's relationship begins to deteriorate after they begin to blame each other for happened to Rosie. Written by garykmcd

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15 May 2011 (USA)  »

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Connections

References Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) See more »

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Main Title Theme
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Written by Richard File and Wendy Fowler
Performed by 'We Fell to Earth'
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Going Rogue
17 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The episode starts out with Sarah and Stephen on their faces, being subdued by the FBI who immediately begin to compromise their case. It seems that they are looking into terrorist activities and really have no interest in the dead girl. They even ask if she could have been prepping to be a terrorist herself. Mitch is getting more and more depressed and obsessed and nearly kills her sons. Meanwhile, Bennet is into something. He is becoming hostile. Also, the politics are suddenly down and dirty after Richmond attends a hearing concerning the woman who was drunk and killed his wife. This really puts an edge on things going into the next episode.


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