No thank you.
It's still got life in it.
Sorry, Bret Easton Ellis.
Also, her plan to become BFFs with Larry David.
Viewers delivered their own answer to the question "Who killed Rosie Larsen?": Who cares?
So now we know who killed Rosie Larsen. But we still don't know why we continued to watch this show. Regardless, here we are.
A quick catchup on the major (and ridiculous) moments from the past twelve episodes.
"My hunch was not correct."
We're this close to figuring out who killed Rosie Larsen, y'all.
"The killer will make sense, and it does pay off. But I also went, 'You bastards!' when I found out, because I knew it, and I didn't know it, you know?"
Finally, an explanation.
Just because this show can get away with phoning it in doesn’t mean that it should.
Oh, this show!
He will play Norton, Robocop's scientist creator.
"Not being able to gain any resolution whatsoever, it just builds up and builds up — and of course [Stan] lashes out."
“She came here to say good-bye.” Right.
Finally, an episode full of action, relatively speaking.
Good numbers for Game of Thrones and Mad Men, but The Killing has lost its thrill.
It’s becoming a trademark on this show to solve the simplest problems in the most convoluted of ways.
Shouldn't they just change the name of this show to The Red Herring?
Honestly, at this point with this show, I’m just trying to understand basic logistics.