'The Killing' recap: Ain't No Party Without No Trim
Mitch finally makes it to David Rainer's house, played by the awesome Jonathan Cake, but after a long conversation about her tells Mitch that Rosie was planning to run away that night she died. It's immediately apparent he doesn't know Rosie's dead, but takes much longer before it becomes clear he still doesn't knows she's his daughter. Mitch lets him stay ignorant on both counts, and thinks about coming home, but Stan's got stuff of his own to deal with and doesn't really feel like chatting with her about this stuff.
What's going on with Stan is that Tommy -- the older ****ty one, with the eyebrows -- has been stomping baby birds to death. Stan takes the measured approach of slapping the hell out of Tommy, I guess in the hopes of provoking a psychotic break right there, but in the end their family only grows closer. Stan Larsen's Father of the Year record continues unchallenged.