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Holder can't find any of the files related to Rosie's death and learns that the entire case has been transferred to the County. Holder follows up but is told by County that the files never ... See full summary »

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Sarah Linden
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Darren Richmond
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Stephen Holder
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Stan Larsen
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Gwen Eaton
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Jamie Wright
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Terry Marek (credit only)
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Jack Linden (credit only)
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Mayor Lesley Adams
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Lt. Erik Carlson
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Gil Sloane
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David Rainer
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Nicole Jackson
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Tom Larsen
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Holder can't find any of the files related to Rosie's death and learns that the entire case has been transferred to the County. Holder follows up but is told by County that the files never arrived. He thinks he knows where they are however. With Rosie's key, Linden goes to the construction site at the casino. She's convinced Rosie saw something there that led to her death. Mitch Larsen visits her old boyfriend David, whom Rosie had visited with questions about her mother. Stan Larsen meanwhile has to deal with son Tommy who's gotten into trouble at school. Darren Richmond meets with Nicole Jackson about the possibility of an endorsement but isn't prepared to meet her terms, even if it costs him the election. Written by garykmcd

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A Dangerous Foray
22 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

Several happenings abound. Foremost is the efforts of the two embattled detectives, both supposedly off the case, to get access to the tenth floor of the casino. They need to come up with an access key, so part of the time is a confrontation with Gil which leads to a discovery. Stan is having trouble with the boys. One has been suspended from school for killing baby birds that have fallen from the nest. Certainly some symbolism there. Stan slaps his son and carelessly tells him that he hates him. Mitch goes to meet Rosie's real father with whom she had an affair, although she won't admit his parentage to him. He does have some eye opening news for her. She finally contacts Stan and their conversation is cold and he puts her off. The final scene is in the casino. Sarah and Holder are playing fast and loose, and once again Sarah seems to have a death wish. If there is one thing that I would need to know is how they were able to pull off what they did, and how did they know there was something in that construction site that they could find in the dark, in all the debris. Not very realistic.


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