AMC’s ‘The Killing’: Episode 10 – “I’ll Let You Know When I Get There”

After last week the overwhelming assumption thus far is that Belko is the killer. In AMC’s latest poll, Belko was voted most likely with 39%, and Aunt Terry 2nd place with only 10%. Personally I don’t think Terry would’ve murdered her niece in such a brutal manner, but I guess people just don’t trust her. Maybe it’s because she’s still best known for playing a crack whore on The Shield

At the end of last week’s episode we learned a little too late that Bennett Amhed was not to blame for the murder of Rosie Larsen. Stan and Belko had already grabbed him, and as the credits roll we see them beat Amhed savagely.  And more than that, as Stan is kicking the suspect killer of his child, we see Belko punching a rock and looking quite guilty. Something isn’t right there. Not to say he’s the killer, just that something there is not right.

As this week’s episode we open on Bennett’s beaten body. Lying in the mud as Mitch tries desperately to reach her husband. The husband whom she blamed for not ‘handling’ the suspected killer sooner. Lucky for the Amhed family the teacher survived the attack, but Mitch must now live with knowing she sicked her husband on the wrong man. And upon learning he attacked what appears to be the wrong man, Stan does the right thing and turns himself into the authorities.

Our detectives however, now need a new suspect. Linden arrives at the residence of Darren Richmond and informs him that Amhed is not only innocent, but in critical condition at the hospital after the beating he received from Stan. This seems to be the perfect opportunity for Richmond to jump back into the race. The man who all along stood by Amhed and was crucified for it, can now use his integrity to re-establish his stand. And that’s just what he does. Using the media outside the hospital he launches an all out attack on not only the Mayor, but the cowardly City Council that helped to shut down his basketball center.

As Stan’s preliminary hearing for his crimes begins, Linden meets with a cabbie that picked up Rosie that night. Picked her up and took her home. The video from the cab shows Rosie getting out in front of the house, and someone inside. We see a light turn off in the house, a house that is supposed to be empty. Holder is convinced that the light was turned off by Belko.

‘Empire Records’ fans will recognize Belko as the young shoplifter Warren. (Picture from Lilotchka)

Upon a visit to Belko’s house they find several pictures of the Larsen family pinned to the ceiling above his bed. With some further questioning Holder’s suspicion is confirmed, Belko was there the night of the murder. Though, despite this, and as I’ve thought all along, Belko doesn’t appear to be our killer. He is too scared of not being ‘part of the family’ to piss off Stan. He did however overhear a phone call she made, and he heard something that rang through to our Detectives – Adela. The same name from the note they found earlier.

Sarah returns home to find her fiancée Rick waiting at the door. Things there do not go well. The following morning she goes for a run and stumbles upon what could be a huge break in the case. A ship. A ship named Adela. In fact, a ship named Adela that passes the Wapi Eagle Casino. A Casino bearing the same logo as the key-chain in evidence.

 

So Linden has a new lead, Stan is in jail, and Mitch is searching the books for their missing life savings, a cold realization just heaped upon her already troubled life. Bennett remains in the Hospital and Richmond it would appear, at least for a moment, had met Rosie.

I have a feeling that the 40% of the vote Belko has now, is gonna drop. Myself, I don’t have a clue who the killer is at this point. Who do you think it is?

 

3 thoughts on “AMC’s ‘The Killing’: Episode 10 – “I’ll Let You Know When I Get There””

  1. Nice summaries, and a nice website you have here. I’m also a Metro Detroiter that loves many of the things referenced on this site (the Lions, the Tigers, Die Hard, The Godfather, Kill Bill, The Terminator, A Clockwork Orange, Twin Peaks, and The Killing).

    Speaking of Twin Peaks, the first thing that popped in my mind when I saw that casino sign was “One Eyed Jacks”. I have a feeling that’s going to be the biggest piece of the puzzle yet.

    As for the murderer, I suspect that it’s going to be someone from the political side of the story. That’d allow them to bring together all three sides of the story. Perhaps Rosie was romantically involved with Richmond, Jamie, or was another one of the Mayor’s mistresses. This still leaves a lot of motives open too. It could’ve been a killing of passion, she could’ve heard too much, threatened to reveal the relationship, or maybe she was even killed by someone in the other camp to frame the person she was seeing.

    Right now my lead suspect is the Mayor, or one of his aides, for the killing.

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  2. What a great episode of The Killing, it was the best since the premiere, hands down. With Bennett cleared as a suspect, that means there’s another connection to the campaign that we haven’t discovered yet, because Rosie had to end up in the trunk of that campaign car somehow. I don’t think it was Richmond. I think Mitch’s sister know something…I don’t think she killed Rosie, but she knows something.

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