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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by sieglinde, Jun 4, 2012.
I've never really liked Jamie....so I do hope it's him
He has a weaselly face.
So is he obviously the killer...or is it TOO obvious?
I hope the Indian chief gets nailed for something. She is just in it for herself not her people.
I think the thing is that he has no real place on the show. He's just the guy's campaign manager.
Doesn't seem to have anything to do with anything else.
Therefore he's the killer
Which is why they hired a weaselly-faced guy to play him.
I gave up a while ago. They still haven't figured out who killed Whatsherface yet?
It's the black guy who works for the mayor. He stole the key card from Jaime since they go to the same gym.
The chief called the keycard's owner on the phone. Plenty of time to reprogram the keycard as long as you don't think too much about it. It would be pretty weird for that phone call to not have meant anything at all.
That's what I'm speculating -- the keycard was re-programmed...
But, I'm probably wrong. I usually am...
I have thought since season one that the killer is Gwen's father. Anyone making book on who it will be?
That's only a satisfying conclusion if he did it on Adam's orders so that Adams can be the main culprit (his character has hardly been developed at all).
Then why would HE approve the warrant to search the casino?
It can't be Gwen since she reported Richmond coming back to B&B all wet. So that puts here there. Would be insanely sloppy writing otherwise.
It can't be Richmond as he jumped off a bridge that night.
It could be the Mayor, Mayors assistant, or Jamie. Jamie seems to make the most sense but I think that is a red herring. So I am going with the Mayor.
I sure hope it isn't Jamie. I actually like his character.
I need motive. What was the motive for the weasly guy killing her? Maybe she heard some deal with the Indian chief?
Wasn't richmond's campaign car used, possibly usually driven by Jamie?
Two more eps!
Were the Larson's given crime scene photos by somebody? That scene with Terry really kind of threw me. Not the least of which was that you would keep printer paper in some third or fourth drawer in a filing cabinet with seeming no other office supply-type stuff.