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Old 05-29-11, 03:43 AM
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The Killing -- "I'll Let You Know When I Get There" -- 5/29/11

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Sarah and Holder are stymied while trying to make an arrest, leading to a shocking realization. Richmond contemplates dropping out of the Seattle mayoral race. Fed up with the police, Mitch and Stan take action.


Episode 10 of 13

According to AMC Suspect Tracker. Belko is the overwhelming prime suspect according to fans at 40%

http://suspecttracker.amctv.com/breakdown.php
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Old 05-29-11, 03:48 AM
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Re: The Killing -- "I'll Let You Know When I Get There" -- 5/29/11

Inside episode 9 video off AMC's web site.

http://www.amctv.com/the-killing/vid...lling-undertow

It's a good little watch. The actors talk about what happened last week. If you haven't seen episode 9 yet, don't watch the video.
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Old 05-29-11, 05:44 PM
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Re: The Killing -- "I'll Let You Know When I Get There" -- 5/29/11

In regards to the suspect tracker

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I'd be shocked if it was the Aunt. Surprised that Rick is still holding up around 6% without having been in the past few episodes as well.
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Re: The Killing -- "I'll Let You Know When I Get There" -- 5/29/11

I really liked this episode. It was nice to get back more to the human element of the story, and having the case get back to basics.

Seems like Linden really, really lost it before. I hope they elaborate on that.

Suspect wise, I have never been more confused as to who may have done it. I got nothing.
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Re: The Killing -- "I'll Let You Know When I Get There" -- 5/29/11

Spoilered in case West Coast people are still watching this.

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Wapi Eagle Casino= One-Eyed Jacks? I mentioned previously this show reminds me of Twin Peaks.
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Old 05-30-11, 12:22 AM
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Spoilered in case West Coast people are still watching this.

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Wapi Eagle Casino= One-Eyed Jacks? I mentioned previously this show reminds me of Twin Peaks.
I was just going to come here to post the same thing. I don't supose the casino could be on the other side of the Canadian border.

With the relevations in this episode, I don't see how they can wrap up this story in three more episodes...at least at the pace they've been going at. So there is now another Richmond connection...I'll take a jump here and guess that Senator Eaton (Charles Widmore) owns the casino or is tied in with it somehow. I'd be fine if they don't reveal the killer this season as long as they get a second season to continue the story.
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Re: The Killing -- "I'll Let You Know When I Get There" -- 5/29/11

Weird that they left us hanging about whether or not that rock survived the beating. I guess we'll find out next week.
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Re: The Killing -- "I'll Let You Know When I Get There" -- 5/29/11

Was the casino logo the same as the insignia on Rosie's key?
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Was the casino logo the same as the insignia on Rosie's key?
Yes.
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I don't understand how people still thought Belko was the suspect in the first place. I felt really sorry for that character, though. Just turned out to be an awkward guy who wanted to belong somewhere.
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I don't understand how people still thought Belko was the suspect in the first place. I felt really sorry for that character, though. Just turned out to be an awkward guy who wanted to belong somewhere.
Agreed. That was a very upsetting interrogation scene with him. After it was over, his being concern was Mitch finding out that he was upstairs?! The guy clearly doesn't have it all together.

I don't know what to make of this now; I still hope it's resolved this season, though. Personally, I don't have the patience to watch this draw out, especially if it remains a summer series and we have to wait until next spring to resume the storyline.
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Weird that they left us hanging about whether or not that rock survived the beating. I guess we'll find out next week.
Yeah, no joke. Surprised Belko didn't shatter his hand.
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Yeah, no joke. Surprised Belko didn't shatter his hand.
He might have; did you see how he was holding it for the whole episode? He had it held like not only his hand but his arm, too. Nice attention to detail, IMO, that he favored it for the whole episode.
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Re: The Killing -- "I'll Let You Know When I Get There" -- 5/29/11

Good episode. They advanced the story in a really smart way.

I think they can close the story in three episodes, yes, they seem to be going in circles sometimes, but those circles seem to be getting smaller every time, you know what I mean? It should be pretty clear now that the killer or the person that ordered the killing is a list of two or three people: the aunt (she's the only one close enough to be able to empty the bank accounts), Ritchmond (he had a relationship with Rosie and it went sour), someone else I'm missing right now, but like I said the pool of real candidates is really small now.
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Wasn't it Stan that emptied the accounts for the house he was buying?
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Re: The Killing -- "I'll Let You Know When I Get There" -- 5/29/11

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Wasn't it Stan that emptied the accounts for the house he was buying?
that or he lost the money gambling while trying to parlay it into more.

I also thought the aunt may have lost it gambling, because of her comment to the kids while talking about the dad beating up the teacher. Something like people sometimes do the wrong thing for the right reason (paraphrased). the look she had on her face made me think she was also talking about herself somehow.
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Re: The Killing -- "I'll Let You Know When I Get There" -- 5/29/11

They can wrap it in three episodes because, true to the realistic nature of the series, sometimes a clue or break happens in a case that brings us to the resolution suddenly. Really getting into this series but agree that it needs to wrap up this case this season.
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Spoilered in case West Coast people are still watching this.

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Wapi Eagle Casino= One-Eyed Jacks? I mentioned previously this show reminds me of Twin Peaks.
One-Eyed Jacks or Ghostwoods. Definite Twin Peaks vibe.
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Re: The Killing -- "I'll Let You Know When I Get There" -- 5/29/11

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They can wrap it in three episodes because, true to the realistic nature of the series, sometimes a clue or break happens in a case that brings us to the resolution suddenly. Really getting into this series but agree that it needs to wrap up this case this season.
Agreed.

And there's no way they don't wrap this up this season.
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i've been recording this series and caught up on the first 10 over the long weekend...LOVE it. it's got a vibe very similar to British mystery series - what many Americans think is "slow and boring" is that British kind of "deliberate and atmospheric" storytelling that I love. I have absolutely no idea who the baddy is, but as long as it's someone we've met up till now i'm good no matter what. if they pull a random person out of nowhere in the last episode i'll be pissed.

my guess for no particular reason? The Mayor.
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I liked this episode a lot. I like the digging for clues stuff that made the first few episodes great before it slowed down to a snails pace while they were hunting down Bennet. This was more like it.

I'm hoping we know who the killer is and it isn't someone that we haven't met yet. It would kind of ruin the whole "who is it" we've been doing all season.
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Your post about Bennett being gone. It's not that deep man.
That old tv cliche of someone fighting for their life in a hospital bed (or being in a coma) after a brutal attack could come into play. It has plenty of times before - who knows.
Dang, where's my cookie?

Now I have to doubt it was Belko? Argh! He was my number one suspect so far. I am still calling the aunt as I did in previous weeks. Something's still up with her. Now we have a small possibility with the mayor?
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Wow. That casino totally made me think of One-Eyed Jacks.
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I don't think the mayor is a small possibility. He's been a major player since the first episode.

I really think this show will end on a downer. I think Richmond will be involved with Rosie's death and win the election or lose the election and end up totally innocent.
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Wow. That casino totally made me think of One-Eyed Jacks.
Yeah, I spoilered my comment about this right after the show. That is why I like this show so much. It reminds me so much of Twin Peaks.
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