When AMC's 'The Killing' concluded its first season, fans were outraged that the show didn't wrap up the central mystery that was introduced in the pilot episode: who killed Rosie Larsen? The viewers who stuck with the show were rewarded with an answer during tonight's second season finale. So, if you're one of the people who want to know the identity of the killer and don't want to actually watch the episode (you greedy lot you!), read on…but beware of spoilers!

Although the full recap will be up shortly, here are the basic details of how it went down:

Rosie was initially assaulted by Jamie Wright, campaign aide to Mayor Darren Richmond, who caught her listening in on his scheme to sabotage his boss' new project with Chief Jackson and Michael Ames. After Wright captured and beat her, he put her in the trunk of a car, which was then driven into the water by Rosie's own Aunt Terry (Ames' girlfriend), who thought she was doing away with a troublesome, random girl who was in the wrong place, not her niece.

And that's the how the puzzle pieces fell together! What did you think of the season finale? Did you see it coming? Do you think the killers got what they deserved? Chime in and let us know in the comments below!