Offender's fifth and final problem is our indifference to child labor. Saga goes to visit the forensic lab. What at first looks like one murder, turns out to be two. We are introduced to Lise Friis Anderson whose daughter is being bullied at school. He claims that there is nothing to suggest that Munchausen by proxy syndrome was evident.
Can you remember what happened last time out? He asks Saga if they could hurry up as they are holding up operations. The priest that Lise had been talking about is found strangled with the same lipstick marks on his face tied up on a swing. Saga and Henrik visit Lise who tells them she is not doing anything illegal and is very dismissive of them. It was sold as Waterloo Road meets Shameless, which seemed like a nice equation. So a man who seems to be taking drugs, has an extremely questionable relationship with his wife and appears to be delusional see issues below is to be the steadying influence on Saga. As they approach we see that it is dummies sitting round the table with lipstick smeared across their mouths and eyes.
According to Saga suggest everything in the report that the perpetrator is one of its own. He later puts the necklace back on her pillow. Hanne phones Saga to tell her that she has asked to be reassigned. There is no answer and it is locked, but they decide to enter anyway and Hanne manages to get the door open. It is doing all around ok in the evaluations to get a moment arrangement one year from now, and it's being given 12 scenes to spread its wings. He is, of course, lying and has Hans tied up and is going to claim a ransom for him. Furthermore, that is somewhat it, with a couple of minor sentimental strings left dangling for next time.
But when they see the mother figure, it is a real woman who is clearly dead. But Saga have a feeling there will be more. He tells her the money is gone and that he is going to run, but has an idea how to get money. Here we are towards the end of November the following year and at last it has returned. For a finale, it was strangely unexplosive, in spite of the fact that it was a pleasant touch to make them end as it started — two high school young ladies in a skip, drinking juice, putting the world to rights and debilitating to be wiped out. She is unhappy with how the school is dealing with this and is teaching her daughter how to punch. She rapidly returns, however, when she understands Jordan is endeavoring to weight her into sex and possibly her mum's not that terrible all things considered.
The bodies have been brutally cut off at the waist and joined together. There always seems to be a space for Saga right outside the police station. This exciting procedural drama lays bare the struggles of big city police union leader, Frank Leo. Saga finds his phone and blood beside the car. The case quickly pulls them into a string of murders on the border, a scene already consumed by illegal immigration, drug trafficking, violence and prostitution. The police depart and then we see someone opening the door to the room. Marco understands the slippery politics of Mexican law enforcement, and while his police force slowly succumbs to the pressures and demands of the cartel, he's one of the last good men in the department.
They discover a table set for a meal with what looks like a family sitting round it. The underlying trailers, demonstrated late-ish during the evening, recommended a sharp thought — the converging of two Yorkshire schools already isolated along ethnic lines — conveyed with a sketchy appeal and mind. The offender is ready, he has succeeded in its aim to point out five problems in society. Could she be the witness that ultimately leads them to the murderer? Will she be back one year from now? The bit when he told her about the women he had met and she asked if they had sex was well done. In any case, there is something dubious around a 8pm show; it could have finished with a little post-watershed flexibility.
She has also given papers her mother gave her about her sister to the forensic doctor. He proves to have an alibi for all the opportunities for crime, but is he really innocent? The charismatic and dynamic Frank represents an 8,000 strong army of cops, but has to battle criminals on the street while fighting his own bosses and political corruption in the ranks in order to protect his fellow officers and, ultimately, himself. I preferred the possibility of Ackley Bridge a considerable measure. Tommy Dunn, Frank's partner before becoming the union leader Theresa Joy. She seems to have extremely right wing views and could be described as an attractive Danish version of Katie Hopkins.
A mother, father and two kids. The man who Aleks had went to visit phones him and says they should meet. Inspired by the experiences of a former police union head, The Bridge presents unique and realistic insight into the inner-workings of the police world. The murderer has groomed schizophrenics to commit synchronised violent crimes in Malmo and Copenhagen, to highlight funding cutbacks for mental health care. He visits a house where he is asking the man there if he knows where it is. The first shot we see of the new series is once again the beautiful Oresund Bridge connecting Sweden and Denmark.
The police think they have found the site where Helle was killed. This time in the dark and illuminated. Saga and Martin get a break in the case, a teenage girl who has run away from home. What's more, finished the previous a month and a half, it has turned out to be, well, fine. Henrik goes to Lillian, the Danish police boss and asks if he can be put on the Anker case. As he prepares to shoot from outside the house, he sees Samira, his own wife kissing the man, with his own kids also there.
Mandy and Sadiq require more selects so as to keep their huge training test going. Its on-screen characters, for the most part the sort of cleanser ousts who wound up as the superstars, are altogether especially amiable. He's charming, but will do whatever it takes to get what he needs -- which doesn't sit well with Sonya, who has Asperger's and strictly follows rules and protocol. When he arrives at the station, Saga asks where he was. His professional opinion is that it could have been, but he says he believes in evidence.