The Killing Episode Guides
Sarah Linden is on her last day working as a homicide detective, but when teenager Rosie Larsen goes missing, she is drawn into the case.
Sarah begins the investigation of Rosie's murder, questioning Rosie's parents and friends before talking to Councilman Richmond, who is running for mayor of Seattle.
As the investigation proceeds, the news of the murder and its link to the Richmond campaign leaks to the press, devastating his mayoral campaign. Sarah questions a peeping tom high school janitor, leading to the discovery that Rosie was involved in some unsavory acts with classmates.
A Soundless Echo
Sarah and Holder lean hard on Jasper, but find that Sterling might be hiding more secrets about Rosie than she let on. Preparations are made for Rosie's funeral, and Richmond desperately tries to raise money to save his campaign.
Sarah and Stephen learn that Rosie might have had an inappropriate relationship with her teacher, Bennet Ahmed, and question him as a suspect. Sarah studies a roll of Super 8 film shot of Rosie on her last day. Richmond seeks out the mole in his campaign.
What You Have Left
Richmond goes on a televised debate and stands behind Bennet, even though he knows that he is a suspect in the Rosie case. Sarah learns that Bennet's wife Amber might be involved in the murder. At Rosie's funeral, Stan learns that Bennet is a suspect and offers to drive him home. When Sarah learns about Stan's violent history, she desperately tries to locate him and Bennet.
Stan frightens Bennet by not taking him straight home from the funeral, but ultimately does not hurt him. The investigation into Rosie's whereabouts the night of her death leads Sarah to a community mosque. Following up a lead, Sarah and Stephen are tackled by an FBI raid on a warehouse.
Sarah and Holder are surprised when their investigation intersects with an FBI anti-terrorism case. Richmond tries to get his campaign back on track by attacking Adams. Images of from Rosie's murder scene leak to the press.
Just as they are about to arrest Bennet, Sarah and Stephen are unable to secure a warrant. Richmond's leak to the press about his opponent backfires on his campaign, and he considers pulling out of the race. When Mitch learns that the police haven't taken Bennet, she encourages Stan to handle it himself. Stan kidnaps Bennet and beats him severely.
I'll Let You Know When I Get There
After savagely beating Bennet to near death, Stan turns himself into the police. Richmond finds a boost in the polls due to the vindication of Bennet. Sarah and Stephen are back to square one, searching for a new suspect in Rosie's killing.
While waiting for a search warrant to investigate an Indian Casino that Rosie Larson spent time at, Sarah becomes worried when her son Jack goes missing, prompting her and Holder to search for him and share some of their pasts.
The police learn that Rosie was connected to a website for an escort service, which leads the investigation toward a mysterious customer who had frightened escorts in the past. Linden looks into a connection with Richmond campaign contributor Drexler, but finds that Richmond might have a closer connection to Rosie's murder than she suspected.
Linden and Holder identify Richmond as their prime suspect, and gather evidence for his arrest. When they arrest him, however, Linden receives some disturbing news that their key evidence was fabricated.
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