The Killing (2011–2014)
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Linden and Holder focus their investigation on a student with a sordid past, and a tip from an informant leads Reddick to a shocking discovery.

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... Sarah Linden
... Stephen Holder
... Carl Reddick
... Kyle Stansbury
... Lincoln Knopf
... A.J. Fielding
... Jack Linden
... Colonel Margaret Rayne
... Gena Geddes
... Regi Darnell
... Jennifer Skinner
... Ben Martin
... Logic
Hilary Strang ... Ellen
Kathleen Duborg ... Anna Knopf
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Linden and Holder focus their investigation on a student with a sordid past, and a tip from an informant leads Reddick to a shocking discovery.

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When Linden's at the boathouse to pick up Jack, she asks him to get his backpack, but it's already on him, you can see both straps. See more »

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References 21 Jump Street (1987) See more »

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The Killing
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Written by Frans Bak
Performed by Frans Bak
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The Car in the Lake
30 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

As things ramp up at the academy, Kyle's life gets worse and worst, There is further abuse from his peers. Meanwhile, Holder goes off the wagon and becomes incredibly abusive to everyone. Jack is back because his father has turned his back on him. Word gets out from Skinner's wife about Linden throwing the phone in the water. And all this time, a car identification is the key clue. This episode has it all. It is well paced, bull of emotional buildup. We get to see Linden about to crack. She is so close to the edge, but that's nothing new. Will Holder be able to go forward with the Dad thing? And the scene at the end is about as startling as anything. If one had not seen the previous season, it would have been hard to fathom. Anyway, there are two episode left in this series and they are going out with a bang.


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