The Killing (2011–2014)
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Linden and Holder continue their search for the man with the odd tattoo. They eventually identify him as Alexi Giffords, a young man with a long juvenile record who lived in foster care for... See full summary »

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Linden and Holder continue their search for the man with the odd tattoo. They eventually identify him as Alexi Giffords, a young man with a long juvenile record who lived in foster care for 10 years. They also find that he lives 3 blocks from the Larsens. They're also keeping an eye on Stan Larsen and begin to wonder if he is back with the mob. Stan goes to pick-up Belko Royce's remains only to learn that Janek has already taken care of it. Holder tell Linden that he thought the incriminating photo of Richmond was legit and he just put his trust in the wrong people. Darren Richmond meanwhile begins his therapy and the Mayor pays him a visit, promising to support him in the next election. As if she doesn't have enough on her hands, Linden learns from her ex-husband's attorney that he will be seeking joint custody. Written by garykmcd

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A Suspect Emerges
20 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The episode starts out with Linden getting a call from an attorney concerning joint custody for Jack. Linden knows they may have a case because her police work is occupying all of her time. Stan decides to pick up Belko Royce's body for burial, but Janek has already arranged the funeral. The key element involves the manga tattoo that is in one of the film pieces Rosie made. A guy named Giffords is sought out. He is a product of the broken Foster system which contributed to his getting into a life of crime. Holder is in pursuit of the guy, but he manages to get away. This is a rather plodding episode lacking some of the spark. I'm starting to be concerned about this same murder case lasting through another two seasons after this one. I mean, how many suspects can be cranked through this series.


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