Linden and Holder's partnership spirals out of control as they are confronted with the shocking truth behind the Stansbury murders.




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Trinity King ...
Young Sara
Sarah Boey ...
Kalia Holder
Deputy Commissioner


Linden and Holder's partnership spirals out of control as they are confronted with the shocking truth behind the Stansbury murders.

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1 August 2014 (USA)  »

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Detective Sarah Linden is driving her car to pick up Kyle Stansbury. A heavy rain is falling. All of the car windows are rolled up as she brings the car to a stop. Stansbury bangs on the driver side window and then runs to other side of the car. As Stansbury enters the vehicle, the passenger side window is shown rolled down all the way. The next shot, from the reverse angle, shows the passenger side window has miraculously rolled back up on its own. See more »


Stephen Holder: Why don't you stay? Stay.
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Not a great finale
19 September 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The third season was a masterpiece and was deserving a 10. That last one (and 4th) was not that good. There were too many holes in the story, the main one concerning Skinner's death. The police found his body a month after his death in a lake, where a lot of young girls bodies were discovered. How the City was able to put all these murders on someone else, while his body was found in a car just besides? That's not realistic. More bizarre is the fact that Stanbury's mansion was not under surveillance after the murder of all the family. And again, a month after the shooting, the house was never cleaned up. It's also unbelievable. And the appearance of Linden's mother is not well displayed in that last season. The writers should have found a way to make this encounter more useful for the rest of the plot. It wasn't the case. Anyway, it's at least nice to discover at the end that Holder is in fact a good father. On 44 episodes, there were about 50 percent of them that were real great.

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