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Episode 4, “A Soundless Echo” – Online Extras

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This week, Sarah and Holder pressured Rosie’s ex-boyfriend Jasper for answers, an emotionally vulnerable Stan and Mitch planned their daughter’s funeral, Rosie’s best friend Sterling revealed some surprising truths about Rosie’s life, and Richmond attended a posh party in the hopes of raising additional funds for his campaign. You can learn more about these developments by checking out the following online extras:

A video that takes you behind the scenes of the fourth episode

A video of one of the most talked-about scenes from this episode UPDATE: This video is no longer available.

10 production stills of the fourth episode

An online quiz on what happened in this episode

An open thread for this episode in The Killing‘s Talk forum

Also worthy of your attention:

Sneak Peek of Episode 5 — A look at next week’s episode. UPDATE: This video is no longer available.

The Killing Episodes 1 and 2 — The two-hour series premiere is currently streaming online (available through Wed., Apr. 27) and is also available via Video on Demand (check with your local cable provider). UPDATE: This video is no longer available.

The Killing Episode 3 — The third episode is currently streaming online (available through Wed., May 4). UPDATE: This video is no longer available.

Suspect Tracker — Gwen Eaton was the fans’ top suspect in last week’s poll, finishing with 14% of the vote. Who will be the prime suspect this week? Cast your vote, discuss your theories with other fans, and enter a weekly drawing to win an iPad.

Rosie’s Room — Explore Rosie Larsen’s virtual interactive bedroom to see how she lived — and to see if you can discover clues as to why someone wanted her dead.

The Killing Sweepstakes — Enter for your chance to win a 54″ plasma HDTV, a Blu-ray player, and AMC’s ultimate mystery DVD collection.

How Would You Be Cast in a Crime Thriller? — Take a quiz and see which part you’d land in The Killing in just seven questions.

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