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‘The Killing’ Review: “72 Hours”

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The end of last week's episode of 'The Killing' found Linden investigating the mysterious 10th floor of the Wapi Indian casino and getting herself knocked out by an unknown person in one of the series' best episodes yet.

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‘The Killing’ Review: “Sayonara, Hiawatha”

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'The Killing' has been slowly elevating itself from a red herring-laden procedural slow burn to an emotional, character-driven drama. While it's mostly stumbled on its way there, "Sayonara, Hiawatha" seems to have found a nice middle ground.

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‘The Killing’ Review: “Off the Reservation”

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The epic battle between Native Americans and the white man continues in this week's episode of 'The Killing,' as Linden rushes to find Holder before it's too late.

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‘The Killing’ Review: “Keylela”

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Holder appropriately pokes Linden this week on 'The Killing' by cruelly teasing that if she thinks she can talk to dead people, why doesn't she just ask Rosie who killed her so we can get this over with already. Holder: the voice of the audience.

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‘The Killing’ Review: “Openings”

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'The Killing' ended last week with Terry entering a mysterious black car in the middle of the night, and our dearly departed Rosie was afraid of a black car she believed to be following her around. The shadowy male figure inside Terry's black car is revealed to be Terry's married lover Michael Ames, father of Jasper, spoiled brat and former boyfriend of Rosie.

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‘The Killing’ Review: “Ghosts of the Past”

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Last week's episode of 'The Killing' introduced a new suspect: Alexi Giffords, the orphaned son of the man Stan Larsen killed to escape the Polish mob. "Ghosts of the Past" is a markedly far better episode than those in recent weeks, providing plot advancement and genuine intrigue.

This week's episode is about the ways in which things haunt our characters. Richmond is coping with his new life of paralysis and Jamie believes he can prove that the mayor set Richmond up to look guilty of killing Rosie. As we saw in a previous episode, Jamie is definitely onto something. Richmond dreams of Belko shooting him again, and it's the first in a line of ghosts that come back to haunt our characters this week.

Mitch and Terry's parents pop in for a visit and suggest that people might be getting the wrong idea about Terry living with Stan while Mitch is away. And they're right. By episode's end, Stan and Terry share a kiss and a loving embrace, which is about as eye-rolling as the episode gets this week.

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‘The Killing’ Review: “Ogi Jun”

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This week Linden and Holder try to find the owner of the Ogi Jun tattoo, while Richmond copes with his new paralysis, and the Larsen family continues to unravel in Mitch's absence. "Ogi Jun" is a much more basic, procedural episode, but is it a help or a hindrance to the already bumpy show?

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‘The Killing’ Review: “Numb”

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'The Killing' brings us the return of Mitch this week in a character-driven episode that feels like it's more about mood and tone than plot advancement or cracking mysteries. But can the ever reliable Linden and Holder survive under the weight of all this week's cavalier melodrama?

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‘The Killing’ Review: “Reflections”/”My Lucky Day”

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At the end of last season 'The Killing' did little to provide an answer to its own tagline question: Who killed Rosie Larsen? Councilman Darren Richmond moved to the top of the suspect list thanks to a fake toll booth photo supplied by Detective Holder and one of his shady friends, but is he really guilty? Let's find out!

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‘LOST’ Co-Creator Damon Lindelof Defends ‘The Killing’ Finale

Damon Lindelof on The Killing
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When ' The Killing' ended its freshman season hot-streak on an unfulfilled conclusion with more twists than answers, even loyal viewers of the Danish-imported series cried foul.  So with ' The Killing' set to premiere its second season on April 1, an unlikely source has come to the defense of the controversial "Orpheus Descending."

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