The Killing Recap: Go in There and Ask Him

 

Now, that is what I call an episode.

 

The Killing’s strength has always been its characters. It’s when it comes to plot that it tends to get tangled up. Its loose ends wrap around the characters' ankles and pull them down. That speech that Holder gave Linden outside the prison nailed the biggest problem I’ve been having this season. Adrian tells her that he saw his dad the night of his mother’s death and Linden immediately storms out to her car, even though she knows that once she leaves the prison she won’t be able to come back. Seward will die without her being able to see him again. Holder, who’s been on a bit of a bender, still has his wits about him enough to stop her, “After all this, you just walk away?” Linden tells him that unless she’s being played, she can’t understand why Seward was there that night. A frustrated Holder responds, “Go in there and ask him. This is like a pattern with you, you know that? You’re always leaving, running. Because if you did, then you’d want it, need it, and then you’d get hurt.” Then he broadens out his argument to include himself as well: “We never stay, and in the end, we lose everyone.” Read More....


http://www.vulture.com/2013/07/killing-recap-season-3-six-minutes-seward-dies.html

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