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I want to talk, but im dead tired...!!!!

As i sat in my car for 20-30 minutes melting in the heat while waiting for my parents to come back i wrote a big emotional post on Robin Williams and Windows for WordPress very smartly and magically made it all disappear. 91 more words

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New Thoughts on the Final Season of The Killing

I’m still digesting the last two episodes and the overall Final Season of The Killing. But I can offer some insights. Please consider that these are not meant to be all-inclusive or absolutes. 1,582 more words

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The Killing Post Mortem: EP Veena Sud Talks That Last Scene, the Lost Kiss, an Offscreen Wedding and... a Season 5?

By now, you have probably Netflix-binged The Killing‘s final season — and you no doubt have questions of the burning and nagging variety. (If you’re still making your way through the six-episode swan song, bookmark this story and return when you are finished.) 1,640 more words

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TV Review: The Killing Seasons 3 & 4

Netflix has just released the final season (Season 4) of American hit show, The Killing, and it’s a good one. Developed by Veena Sud and following on from Season 3’s case of the missing street children it’s the one that gives the show some closure. 486 more words

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"The Killing" Comes To A Close | [SPOILER ALERT]

Don’t read this article. Really, I’m going to ruin the last season before you even watch it!

Revived for a six-episode final season on Netflix, it’s undeniably tough to wrap up, particularly given that Season 3 ended with such darkness and contradiction.  332 more words

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TV Review: The Killing Seasons 1 & 2

American hit show, The Killing, developed by Veena Sud, is an adaptation of a Danish-TV crime drama of the same name, centred around homicide detective Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) and new sidekick Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman). 418 more words

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There Are No Happy Endings Here

*This review contains spoilers for season 1-3*

The Killing has been in my Netflix queue for a few months now. I was always intrigued by the premise but envisioned it as another police procedural. 709 more words

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