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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.

redroof Sat 17-Nov-12 21:46:48

Oh yes we do! Hej Teej.

teejwood Sat 17-Nov-12 21:52:52

Hej Red, Hej Imp smile
<feels all warm and cosy in the company of The Killing addicts in spite of the fact Lund has gone onto scary ship with only a torch...>

teejwood Sat 17-Nov-12 21:56:09


teejwood Sat 17-Nov-12 21:57:06

Bet he'll be interested in the security system now.

teejwood Sat 17-Nov-12 21:58:54

OK so the PM has an alibi at least.
<crosses off suspect list>

MousyMouse Sat 17-Nov-12 22:01:00

what a ride!

this zeuthen (sp) character is mighty creepy controlling freak am intruigued about the relationship between mother and father.

NevermarriedDuranduran Sat 17-Nov-12 22:02:22

Nailbiting already

teejwood Sat 17-Nov-12 22:04:31

Zeuthen is a good guy imho - but i wouldn't trust either his board, ex-ceo, ussing or his ex's bf as far as i could throw them at this stage.

teejwood Sat 17-Nov-12 22:05:45

good guy in spite of his position and wanting to get back at his ex, keep control of the kids etc..

NomDePrune Sat 17-Nov-12 22:48:00

Boch = Michael Hutchence
Asbjorn = Tintin. Or one of Aha
Emilie's father - Cameron lite

Anyone else?

teejwood Sat 17-Nov-12 22:55:14

oh ffs - Lund where are you GOING?!???

teejwood Sat 17-Nov-12 22:58:44

Right - she really should have got the info on that other case earlier...

teejwood Sat 17-Nov-12 23:02:34

Nom earlier, I was going to type earlier that Lund should get together with Boch - then he answered the phone "Hi Darling" grrrrr.
Re Asbjorn - he really reminded me of Jan Meyer actually, something about his look.
Love the way there are so many echos of the two other series. Where the victim could be, handprints, political intrigue.... very satisfying (in a not very satisfying way, given that we still need to solve the case, obviously...)

NomDePrune Sat 17-Nov-12 23:07:30

So is the boyfriend from series 1 completely out of her life? And if you live on your own don't you put the lights on when you get home?

teejwood Sat 17-Nov-12 23:09:42

Nom he dumped her big time as he realised he would always lose out to the job.
And as we all know, Lund prefers dark scary places with barely a torch never mind some protective firepower grin

SminkoPinko Sat 17-Nov-12 23:10:22

I think Lund and Boch will get it on. After all, her mum thought he was the one!

Poor lawyer.

peggyblackett Sat 17-Nov-12 23:14:29

Just checking in for the next few weeks grin

NevermarriedDuranduran Sat 17-Nov-12 23:18:29

I love the endings in each episode, beautifully filmed and tells stories on so many levels. ( loved the whole Pernille and Thais saga, cant beat season 1) now my week will be ruined having to wait to see what happends next....

NomDePrune Sat 17-Nov-12 23:35:34

And what do we think of the jumper?

smugmumofboys Sat 17-Nov-12 23:36:05

Am just in from colleague's 40th (though was sorely tempted to cry off when I realised what date it was). Am off to catch up on iplayer. Will be back to add comments and perceptive insights later. grin

ScrambledSmegs Sat 17-Nov-12 23:41:16

How on earth do some of you manage to post while it's on? I'm glued to the subtitles screen!

Who was the person that was pushed off the building btw? Was it some random, or should I have recognised him? Bit tired, bleary eyed etc.

Anyone else looking with suspicion at Zeuthen's assistant dude? He mentioned the nanny thing just that leetle bit too late hmm

LaVolcan Sun 18-Nov-12 00:05:54

He was the Deputy Public Prosecutor. The murdered seaman had been to talk to him;we didn't find out what was, but the DPP seemed to be hiding something, and now we will never know.

I wasn't surprised about Mark and his girlfriend; I hope we see more of them and the grandma.

Zeuthen's assistant - yes, definitely dodgy.

SminkoPinko Sun 18-Nov-12 00:16:50

I love Lund's mum. Hope she is prominent in this series.

ImperialBlether Sun 18-Nov-12 10:40:43

Her mum has the same focus that Lund has, hasn't she? Imagine coming into your daughter's workplace to talk to her like that when everyone's in the middle of a big case?

It was funny/sad when her son phoned to say he wasn't coming; I felt so sorry for her and she was obviously reaping what she'd sown, but then she started to look at the photos and her attention just went from him. You could tell then that if he'd been there telling her they were having a baby and the photo caught her eye, she would have just ignored what he was saying.

I think Zeuthen is a good guy. His daughter wanted to live with him. I got the feeling his ex-wife's life was more chaotic but I can't remember now what made me think that. Was she seeing the doctor who was talking to them about the daughter's allergy? I got the impression that was her boyfriend.

I was surprised nobody thought to ask the little boy anything about where the daughter was when she was playing with the cat; it's likely he would have known or been with her.

I think we were really spoiled with series 1. I don't think it's JUST because we fancied Troels that we enjoyed it so much! The scenes in the government buildings were very atmospheric then. Remember Morten and Bree and how the rooms were always dimly lit and they all seemed to be simultaneously either co-conspiritors or involved in private dramas? And Theis (sp?) looking so Nordic. And Pernille and her family were so amazing and the house, too. <Goes off into a reverie thinking about Pernille's house.>

smugmumofboys Sun 18-Nov-12 15:39:01

Caught up now. I agree that we were spoilt with Series 1 but it's still got me hooked.

And is it bad that all I could think of in the Zeuthen house, amidst the kidnapping angst, was 'mmm, nice light fittings'.

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