After being presumed dead, Walter Morgan (James Urbaniak) makes good on his promise and offers up clues to Carrie’s (Poppy Montgomery) sister’s murder. In tonight’s season finale and armed with this new information, Carrie and Al (Dylan Walsh) are now on their way to Syracuse, and we are face to face with what the show has been building up to all season – Carrie finally confronting the man who killed her sister nearly three decades ago. The suspect is Sam Rhodes.
He is arrested primarily because he is seen loitering around the scene where the latest victim, Becky Hartley, was killed, and besides that, theSyracuse police have very little to go on. But, now they have Carrie, and unfortunately for Sam, Carrie does remember his face from the day when her sister was killed. However, looking at Sam’s face when he sees Carrie after all of this time, you get the feeling that they got the wrong guy. The look on Sam’s face isn’t that of fear, guilt, shame or other feelings associated with someone who killed a girl’s younger sister 25+ years ago. The look was more of pity, of sorrow. It turns out that Sam was, indeed, at the scene of Rachel’s murder, but arrived afterwards and found Carrie kneeling over her sister’s body.
He takes her away from there and tells her to forgot, with the hope that maybe, just maybe, she can lead a normal life and not be haunted by that day. Ultimately, they do catch up with David Sadler, and in a big gun fight, both he and Sam Rhodes are shot dead. And, can you guess what? It is discovered that David Sadler was in prison at the time of Rachel’s murder, and so, while he may have killed Becky, he wasn’t involved in Rachel’s death. Raise your hand if this, in any way, surprised you. Carrie has been obsessed with the case since that day, and now, she teams up with Sam, who has actually been tracking the case, as well as similar murders, over the span of several decades. The trail leads to David Sadler, the stepfather of Becky’s best friend, Katrina.
Becky had bragged of having an older boyfriend, and the theory was David Sadler was that “boyfriend” that she was so proud of. This is where things got pretty creepy, and in my opinion, confusing. First, what teenage girl would voluntarily have a guy in his 50’s as a boyfriend? I could understand it if she had an abusive or absent father, but this girl, Becky, apparently had two really good parents.
|Zooey Deschanel Wraps Up Her Puppies - ALL THINGS GOSSIP|
|Supermodel ‘Maggie Rizer’s’ Golden Retriever Dies On Board Airline Flight! (Photos) - ALL THINGS GOSSIP|
|‘Editorial’ Vlada Roslyakova Refines Fashion Represents Vogue Netherlands September 2012! - HOT CELEB SCANDAL|
|‘Elizabetta canalis’ Colouful Swimsuit Tied In the Middle To Boost Her Cleavage, Miss Bikini Show! - HOT CELEB SCANDAL|
|The Young and the Restless Faces Soap Opera Massacre! - CELEB DIRTY LAUNDRY|
|Biggest Loser’s Jillian Michaels Was Not Prepared For Motherhood - FIT FAB CELEB|