True Detective (2014– )
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After You've Gone 

Cohle and Hart try to discover if a series of missing persons reports could be related to the Dora Lange murder and the Tuttle family.

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... Detective Rust Cohle
... Detective Marty Hart
... Maggie Hart
... Detective Maynard Gilbough
... Detective Thomas Papania
... CID Clerk
... Toby
... Detective Lutz (as JD Evermore)
... Errol Childress
... Steve Geraci (as Michael J. Harney)
... Jimmy Ledoux
... Robert Doumain
... Fiona Jackson
... Miss Delores
... Audrey Hart
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After not seeing each other for nearly 10 years, Rust and Martin meet up again. Rust tells him not to trust the police in the current case. He also tells Marty that he spent 8 years in Alaska working on fishing boats but admits to having been drunk for most of the last 10 years. Since his return to Louisiana in 2010, he's been investigating their old case. The new evidence he's come up with points to a connection with the Tuttle schools and a man with scars around his mouth. Marty agrees to help him out and they soon get a lead on the scarred man. Written by garykmcd

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Marty refers to the day he was interviewed by the detectives as 'last Saturday'. May 1st, 2012 was actually a Tuesday. See more »

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Detective Marty Hart: You know, you know what, I don't think I've been very clear with you Rust. If you were drowning, I'd throw you a fuckin' barbell.
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References True Crime (1995) See more »

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Fault Line
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Quiet Before the Storm
3 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

Last night's episode,"After You've Gone" in my opinion, was more a laid back attitude. I wanted to see more aggressiveness. The best fire for me was when Cole told Maggie to leave the bar. Proud of you Cole.

I was surprised the viewers could not see the picture Cole showed Marty of the ritual. We can take it. I really thought it was a picture of Marty's daughter, especially because of the tiara she threw in the tree.

I hope this last episode is a continuation to a next season thriller. To tie this "Yellow King" finale is one more episode..no way. You gotta leave room for a sequel.

We know the interrogating officers (Potts and Kittles) were not apart of a conspiracy because they did not recognize the scarred face man on the riding lawn mower.

I predict the Pastor (Joel)Theriot maybe the Yellow King. The again Marty will not surprise me if he is a part of the conspiracy, especially when he went bide farewell to Maggie. Did he know Cole was getting close? Then again Cole may know it is Marty and playing him.

True Detectives is not predictable...that's what make it a great show!


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