The Killing (2011–2014)
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When Linden gets a call from her son's school saying he hasn't been there for three days, she and Holder travel across the city to find him.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Sarah Linden
... Darren Richmond (credit only)
... Stephen Holder
... Mitch Larsen (credit only)
... Stan Larsen (credit only)
... Gwen Eaton (credit only)
... Jamie Wright (credit only)
... Belko Royce (credit only)
... Terry Marek (credit only)
... Regi Darnell (credit only)
... Rosie Larsen
... Jack Linden
... Nicole Jackson
... Roberta Drays
Janet Glassford ... Counter Girl


Det. Linden makes the connection and finds Rosie's late night rendezvous. It leads her to a Native American-run casino bearing the same logo as on Rosie's key chain. The casino manager is less than cooperative, especially when Linden threatens to get a warrant. Being Indian land however means she will need a Federal warrant which could take week to get approved. She comes up with another idea which will only require a local warrant, available in less than 24 hours. Linden is sidetracked however when she gets a call from her son Jack's school saying he hasn't been there for three days. She and Holder travel across the city to see if they can find him. Written by garykmcd

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5 June 2011 (USA)  »

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Brilliant episode!
12 June 2011 | by See all my reviews

The Killing is an intriguing show, but I wouldn't say that any episode of it has been brilliant and has achieved real greatness... until now.

This episode benefits that it's a character-episode. We finally get to really dig into both Linden and holder. This episode reminds me of Mad Men's "The Suitcase" and Breaking Bad's "Fly" (which both stand as some of their respective show's bests). Some may call this episode slow-paced, but in all honesty, it stands apart proudly. If the show was like this every week then it would be great. For now, this will do though. Also, Mireille Enos has proved that she is a force to be reckoned with.

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