At first, it didn’t appear like she could even remotely bother caring for the fact that her daughter, a prostitute, could be dead or in trouble. However, something has finally snapped Kallie’s mom into a new gear on AMC’s “The Killing,” and our guess is that it may have something to do with the fact that she now knows that Mills has the girl’s phone for whatever reason.
Seeing this woman’s desperation is just one of many highlights from the preview below for next week’s episode, which also features Linden and Holder getting an opportunity to speak with the latest captured woman that they found alive. She is the first person who could really dispense real information about her captor, but the question here comes in whether or not she will be able to. Meanwhile, Linden is going to confront Seward about what she believes to be his innocence, but there is no guarantee that he will accept this or even make his path to exoneration particularly easy.
Want to know more? While AMC is not exactly giving out the best synopses known to man these days, the following is at least a nice summary of hints as to what could lie ahead:
“Sarah and Holder catch up to the latest victim; Seward comes face-to-face with his past; and Bullet struggles with the truth.”
We know that “The Killing” is not a show for everyone, given the depressing subject matter and the gritty nature of its design. However, it is a show deserving of far more praise than it is receiving this year. Joel Kinnaman has in particular been tremendous, and with the knowledge that this case will be solved this year, it feels almost like the pacing is perfect. We can feel progress, even if nothing is being handed to us immediately.
If you want to touch back on all of the events of Sunday night’s episode, you can do so just by clicking here.