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If it's both Gwen and Jamie, BIG problem. We have seen them together alone too much. They would talk anout it. They would exchange looks. There is 100% nothing in any of their interactions to telegraph a big secret they are sharing. That would be a major plot fail.
I think Rosie definitely knew the person - i've thought it was Terri or Mitch - but now not sure. I thought at one time the little brother had a part in it. And, also i thought Rosie's high school girlfriend might have had some part in it ... I think part 2 will explode with all the political dealings and another murder but Rosie's actual killer, i think is someone from the family or high school. Or Ames's wife - remember her?
Mitch or Teri?
It has been proven that the relationship with her family was tense. What if Mitch followed her that night . . .upset that she was doing the online stuff, or found out Rosie was leaving. What if Mitch caught her leaving the casino? She is a grieving mother - but she is acting very psycho.
Maybe she saw Teri doing something she wasn't suppose to. I've been suspect about her from the start.
My money's still on Richmond. Jamie and Richmond are in cahoot and the "why didn't you tell me" part refers to the fact that Jamie lost his key card and didn't tell Richmond about it...
Richmond actually CAN walk, and it's just all a risky political game to garner the sympathy votes since they know there's no winning over Adams.
Gwen is NOT the accomplice, heck she threatened her father to a great length for that warrant. And Gwen did have a choice to refuse Linden's request.
That's my theory. C'mon, I refuse to believe Jamie is the only villain here. Or it could be Gwen's father, Adams' assistant, or Terry (since she's kinda connected to Ames)
I'm very happy that the Rosie Larsen case is nearing a conclusion.
I will not stop being angry at "The Killing" for sending us on so many ridiculous wild goose chases; for wasting so much of our time on Mitch's nonsense; and for being a "procedural" that has no respect for police procedure. Still, if the writers and producers at least wrap up the season (and most likely the series) nicely, that will go a long way toward restoring goodwill.
BTW, the show has been telegraphing that the initial beating came from the chief. We've been set up the past couple of weeks to see that she becomes violent when angered. As Linden observed, there had to be passion behind the beating; neither Gwen nor Jamie would have provided that.
Well, I think Linden's musing that they both did it is correct...Rosie caught, the chief, Aames and Jamey meeting, Jamey chased her (have we ever learned that the casino is not really an island but it maybe connected to those woods) and he knocked her out and then was kind of like oh crap what have I done? He for some reason called Gwen, Gwen comes with the campaign car because it isn't hers and Rosie seemed to already be dead to them, they shove her in the trunk and Gwen drives her into the water and they don't realize she is still alive. Jamey has retrieved his car from the casino by then, picks up Gwen and drives her to her car and goes to the gym to create an alibi for himself and realizes his card is gone. Or maybe earlier he realizes this, but assumes it is in the woods. Not really realizing at that point that cards are issued to particular people, Gwen gives him hers because she won't need hers right away (she comes in and leaves with Richmond or someone else) and picks up a
@Lindy - It's true. I still feel like we are missing that important piece that will explain who did it and why. Maybe Jamie chased her through the woods but someone else dumped her body?
@rachel - Thanks Rachel. All fixed.
@ Jesus Harold Christ - I appreciate your candor and am excited to find out who actually killed Rosie on next week's episode!
Sean, your grammar is atrocious. Some
of your sentences don't even have verbs.
How on God's Earth did you ever graduate
from high school? Doesn't say much for
the public education system in this country.
Or maybe any idiot can run a 'blog'.
Ugh - you need to correct your blog. The relation of Jamie's that you referred to was his grandfather - as is obvious, given that he remarks bitterly to Richmond that Richmond won't stop telling "his" story.
I just don't think it is either one of them because what's the point of the last episode if all we're gonna do is follow Jamie around? Too easy. I think there will be a double cross in true noir fashion, a rug pulled out from under us. Of course, in really true noir fashion, the killer should be a woman. But - would a woman chase Rosie through the woods like that?
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