The Killing (2011–2014)
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Linden and Holder return to the casino. While Holder tries to get information inside the casino, Linden explores the rest of the island. Linden learns that there are rooms where working ... See full summary »

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Linden and Holder return to the casino. While Holder tries to get information inside the casino, Linden explores the rest of the island. Linden learns that there are rooms where working girls can ply their trade. He also learns that there are new rooms under construction. The casino manager and the tribal police take a dim view of their investigation. Having been publicly branded a killer - and with the election only one week away - Gwen tells Darren Richmond that they need the Larsons to publicly exonerate him from anything to do with their daughter's death. Stan refuses but later has a change of heart. Stan learns about Terry's relationship with Jasper Ames and he throws her out of the house. Linden's personal problems continue when she's visited by two child protection officers who have received a complaint about Jack's welfare. Written by garykmcd

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When Holder is walking through the casino gate there is a SUV parked on the shoulder about 100 yards away. After Linden makes a U-turn, the same SUV is shown through her windshield. See more »

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Stephen Holder: [as he is being roughed up by a Tribal cop] Take it easy, Thunderheart, you haven't given me a safeword yet.
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The Killing
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Written by Frans Bak
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Three Key Elements
21 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If Sarah could get past her hatred of her ex-husband, she may have some peace. When the child services people come (probably sent by the ex-) to her motel room and investigate, she and Jack run. The fact of the matter is that she does care more about the case than her son. She is driven, almost Ahab-like in her pursuit. All signs about Rosie are connected to the casino. When Sarah goes where she is forbidden, she is given one warning from the tribal leader. Holder, on the other hand, isn't so lucky. He is taken out and beaten, much like the school teacher was. There is no law to protect him because he is on tribal land. It is obvious these folks are up to something. The tribal leader already has a reputation for taking money that was supposed to go to the tribe. Richmond tries to enlist Stan in a press conference to take the heat off for his being branded Rosie's murderer. He goes off script and rails at the press. It will be interesting to see how this plays out. The campaign team seems pleased.


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