True Detective (2014– )
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Ray and Ani attempt to escape their desperate situation while Frank ties up some loose ends.

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Officer Paul Woodrugh
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Mayor Austin Chessani
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Catalast Executive
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Eddie Velcoro
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Dr. Irving Pitlor
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Gena Brune
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Lieutenant Kevin Burris
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Ivar
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Ray and Ani attempt to escape their desperate situation while Frank ties up some loose ends.

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9 August 2015 (USA)  »

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At 87 minutes, it is the longest episode of True Detective yet. See more »

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After Ray is shot, a close-up on his phone with Ray in the background ends with Colin Farrell raising his head just before the cut to the next shot. See more »

Quotes

Jordan Semyon: Hey there, handsome.
Frank Semyon: You made it. You're okay?
Jordan Semyon: I did. I'm fine, I'm safe.
Frank Semyon: I'm comin', hold on.
Jordan Semyon: What's a guy like you doin' in a place like this?
Frank Semyon: Just making my way, baby. I told you I'd make it.
Jordan Semyon: You did, you made it. You can rest now.
Frank Semyon: No rest. Never stop movin'.
Jordan Semyon: Babe, oh baby, you stopped movin' way back there.
[Frank looks back and sees his body; he collapses to the ground]
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Excellent finale!
10 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

The IMDb ratings for the second season of True Detective ranged from as low as 7.9 to as high as 9.4 for the eight episodes. Compiled, the second season of TD has an average rating of 8.6 which is very high and very well deserved, IMO.

Those who criticize the fact that Rey Velcoro compromised his life by going to see his son for one last time simply don't understand who he was. Rationally, he should have gone off with his potential new love to Venezuela and possibly never see his son again. But love is not rational! His love for his son cost Velcoro his life-- because his love for his son was everything! (Guess you could call Velcoro the Rick Grimes of True Detective:-)


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