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The Road to Hamelin 

Holder and Linden now believe that a police officer framed Joe Mills for the murders of the young women found in the swamp. When they learn that an officer known to both of them lived next ... See full summary »

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Francis Becker (credit only)
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Danette Lutz (credit only)
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Bullet (credit only)
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Lyric (credit only)
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Ray Seward (credit only)
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Carl Reddick
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Evan Henderson (credit only)
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Adrian Seward
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Officer Chadwick (as Vincent Cole)
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Tess Clarke
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Jennifer Skinner
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Holder and Linden now believe that a police officer framed Joe Mills for the murders of the young women found in the swamp. When they learn that an officer known to both of them lived next door to the first victim, they think they have their man. With Angie Gower having been killed, they fear for the worse when Adrian Seward goes missing as it seems the killer is now tying up loose ends. As Linden tries to tie things up, Carl Reddick is nowhere to be found, Holder is pulled in by Internal Affairs for questioning and Lt. Skinner's marriage has broken up forcing him to move out of his house. Linden finds the proof she needs to definitively identify the killer when she spots Kallie Leeds' ring. Written by garykmcd

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4 August 2013 (USA)  »

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Main Title Theme
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Written by Richard File and Wendy Fowler
Performed by 'We Fell to Earth'
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Oh, my god, this episode
21 March 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Okay, I will keep this brief and free of spoilers, but this episode of "The Killing" is not only the most powerful episode in the show - it's one of the best episodes of any television show I've ever seen.

"The Killing" has always been a dark, atmospheric show, but this episode takes things to an entirely new level. The tension and suspense build from the beginning until reaching a boiling point, then flat-out exploding in one of the most emotionally intense and climactic cliffhangers in television history.

Unsettling, character-driven, scary, disturbing, devastating - these all seem like understatements. Watch it for yourself and be prepared to be blown away - and to lose some sleep afterward, because this one will stay with you long after the closing credits.

A solid 10 out of 10... And then some.


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