The Killing: Season 2, Episode 13

What I Know (17 Jun. 2012)

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With evidence from the video surveillance cameras at the casino, Linden and Holder set out to arrest Rosie's killer. It leads to a confrontation, a confession and a death. Linden isn't ... See full summary »



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Jack Linden (credit only)


With evidence from the video surveillance cameras at the casino, Linden and Holder set out to arrest Rosie's killer. It leads to a confrontation, a confession and a death. Linden isn't entirely satisfied with the outcome however as there are still a number of unanswered questions including who picked up Ames at his home in the early hours of the morning Rosie died. The Larsens meanwhile have decided to move into their new home. They're busy packing having come to some degree of closure on the death of their daughter. When Linden and Holder visit them to reveal what has happened, the final clue - and the identity of Rosie's killer - is revealed. Written by garykmcd

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The front yard of the Larsen's new house contains a blooming, flowering tree - in the first week of November. See more »


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Written by Richard File and Wendy Rae Fowler
Performed by 'We Fell to Earth'
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21 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

...the fact that Ames was allowed to walk is INSANE!

This whole damn build up of 2 season's worth of shows, and everything boils down to "wrong place, wrong time"?!!!

And on top of of the main culprits gets to WALK?!!!


That's just wrong. No matter HOW MANY heart strings the final few minutes of this show plucked. This is just BAD WRITING.

To take an audience along for 2 years' worth of ups and downs only to cop out at the end, without so much as an outcry over the biggest miscarriage of justice in the entire 2 years?

Why bother, then, with the entire 2 years?


This was an insult and a slap in the face to anyone who plowed through 2 years of RAINY GLOOMY SEATTLE WEATHER. 2 years of one misdirection after another. 2 years of plot holes big enough to drive a Crown Vic through. 2 years of peep show titillation.

This series SHOULD have been cancelled. And it should have STAYED cancelled!

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