Hej og hilser velkommen.

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ImperialBlether Sat 17-Nov-12 14:57:30

It's on tonight! Get your herrings and your jumpers and your tattoo of Troels on show and join me on the sofa for series 3 of The Killing.

LaVolcan Sun 18-Nov-12 17:00:17

I found that I was dreaming of the staircase in the Zeuthen household. Sad, or what?

Things I don't get:
If the perp stole the van and used the list and keys to find a location to keep Emelie overnight, how did he happen to come across the place with a hidden room behind a set of lockers?
Why the hell was Boch so obvious when Lund was dropping the money?
Why was it so bad that the PM was visiting the homeless when she disappeared?

LaVolcan Mon 19-Nov-12 12:54:19

I don't quite get how Emilie was abducted so rapidly. One moment she was on the stairs at her father's house - next thing she was gone. Did she wander out and they were waiting to abduct her? If so, how did the van get past the security fences which they made so much about.

wiganwagonwheelworks Mon 19-Nov-12 14:42:04

been looking for this thread for ages...y'all fooled me by having a danish title. Clever. My Mum thought it was the PM's brother who got pushed. I did not realise it was the deputy public prosecutor. So is it Lund who has it right again and the three sailors on the freight ship are the key to the whole business?

Anyone care to make an early prediction we can refer back to at the end of the series?
I'm going for Zeuthen's ex-wife's new bloke, the doctor.

hackmum Mon 19-Nov-12 17:27:59

I don't get those things either Lula. Borch should have known better than to be so obvious. The homeless angle seemed a bit thin to me - the political opponent seemed to be making capital out of the fact that the security people should have been working on stopping Emilie being kidnapped instead of protecting the PM while he was visiting the homeless. Perhaps that will become more clear next week.

I also didn't see how they could find that amount of money, in cash, in 55 minutes.

Still love it, though.

diddl Mon 19-Nov-12 19:51:31

It was obvious that "the drop" would go wrong, wasn´t it?

And why kill the DPP?

Why info does he have that would lead to the killer?

Wonder what "the debt" is?

I guess Emilie went by herself as she was off to feed the cat.
The perp was nearby waiting as she went at the same time?

Right, I've been avoiding this thread, but I've just caught up. OMG - what a horrible death for the public prosecutor!

I keep expecting the PM from Borgen to appear. I fear I am going to get horribly confused with this, Borgen and the Bridge (horrible hidden compartment in a room).

I think it's someone close to the family who knew that the daughter was desperate for a cat - and not allowed - and deliberately tempted her to the fence with it. Perhaps the dad's right-hand man? Lots to think about. And Lund walking up a dark train tunnel made me feel quite ill. That and the dark boat below deck would be absolutely the worst things I could ever imagine doing.

diddl Mon 19-Nov-12 21:36:22

I suppose he was always intending to kill the PP?

Unless there was someone nearby with Emilie ?

So what´s the connection?

Were there 2 court cases mentioned?

Someone expecting money & a young girl´s suicide?

And one of the sailor´s was connected to those or the killer?

2 eps in & I´m confused already!

professorpoopsnagle Mon 19-Nov-12 21:39:10

I think the ex-wife's new bloke is involved too, but probably not the main perpetrator.

diddl Mon 19-Nov-12 21:39:52

"I think it's someone close to the family"

Or connected to the nanny?

I can´t understand why the nanny wouldn´t say anything when she discovered the rash?

Even if the girl was desperate to keep seeing the cat-how could you let her in that state?

I assume the wanting to stay with the Dad was because of the cat?

ScrambledSmegs Mon 19-Nov-12 22:59:28

I'm curious about the 'debt' that Zeuthen or his ex-wife supposedly owe as well. I thought that Zeuthen looked a little shifty at that, but I may have imagined it. It's probably going to be something pretty dark, isn't it?

Thanks for telling me it was the DPP. I can't believe I didn't recognise him.

Btw, I like Asbjorn, I hope he's going to be important in the investigation.

diddl Tue 20-Nov-12 07:30:58

I´m wondering if the "debt" was that something was covered up for Zeuthen-resulting in the deaths of others?

Or that deaths were covered up for him?

Or money lost through his firm resulting in deaths?

I also like the new partner.

Hope he doesn´t die.

He reminds me a bit of the partner in series1.

redlac Tue 20-Nov-12 13:00:08

agent I would have loved Brigit from Borgen to have a sneaky wee cameo walking down the hall behind the Prime Minister

crunchbag Tue 20-Nov-12 13:10:16

I am hooked again grin

What about the kitten angle? There was a kitten on the Medea that nobody seemed to notice, how did the kidnapper know about Emilie's obsession with cats? Insider job? And why did Zeuthen's aid only mention the nanny knowing about a cat when it was too late? And why didn't the nanny say anything, she must have known about the allergy.

already so many questions, I am loving it.

NevermarriedDuranduran Tue 20-Nov-12 18:41:46

Jumper Alert! Polarn o Pyret (po.P) do brilliant fairisle kiddie jumpers, I have 3 little Sarah Lunds bouncing around the house tonight. 25 quid each, but there is a code COSY2012 that gives you 15%... Now back to the topic....

I agree we were spoilt with series one and the Birk Larsens, and we prob wont relate as well to this new family. But its only episode 2. Not too impressed with the names yet, although Asbjörn is pretty cool. Hes very keen and I wonder what dodgy skeletons he might have hidden in his closet....

redlac Tue 20-Nov-12 18:44:22

Can anyone point me in the direction of where I can watch series 2 please?

Redlac, I think you'd have to buy it on DVD. But don't watch it concurrently with series three, or you'll get really confused. I've not seen Series One yet - I've bought it, and I'm keeping it for the dark days of January.

redlac Tue 20-Nov-12 19:55:41

Think ill put it on my amazon wish list then!! Season 1 is one of the best bits of TV I have ever seen - wish I could go back and watch it fresh smile

wiganwagonwheelworks Tue 20-Nov-12 20:38:43

a kitten on the Medea, crunchbag? A real live one? I will have to watch it again, was clearly not paying attention (any excuse to watch it again....)
I think the perp wanted to punish those three sailors in particular...and I also think that Zeeland as a firm indulge in dodgy business practices...so many angles for the investigation to take!!

redlac Tue 20-Nov-12 20:40:50

Yep wee kitten was there - just after Lund found the burned paper with the advert

diddl Tue 20-Nov-12 20:42:22

redlac
If you google "Watch Forbrydelson 2 online" you´ll get it.

Also Series 1 and up to Ep7 of series3

TheFarSide Tue 20-Nov-12 20:48:26

I think there must be more than one kidnapper/killer - how could he collect the bag of money from the number 14 bus while being on top of a neighbouring building ready to push off the DPP (not to mention down on the train noticing that Lund was not alone).

confused

wiganwagonwheelworks Tue 20-Nov-12 20:54:29

yep, agree. Unless the perp left the money to drift off on the train. Perhaps it's a couple who lost their child out to exact revenge if Zeeland was guilty of negligence? (which might implicate the nanny?)

wiganwagonwheelworks Tue 20-Nov-12 20:54:55

bus I mean not train....

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