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21.12.2013
Ledoux happens to be saying this as Cohle is having a tense standoff with DeWall, with Hart nowhere in sight, and it is both oddly amusing and completely true to character that Cohle stops for just a moment to identify this as a paraphrase of Nietzsche. Alan Sepinwall has been reviewing television since the mid-'90s, first for Tony Soprano's hometown paper, The Star-Ledger, and now for HitFix. True Detective keeps topping legendary episodes with even more legendary episodes. Reginald Ledoux is dead. In a sequence that I thought was better than the long take that concluded last week’s episodes, 2012 Marty and Rust talk about the violent shootout in the woods that was anything but.
The simple fact of the matter is that we are now going into uncharted territory with this show now and nobody can have a clue about what’s going to happen. It brings us to the end of the Dora Lange investigation, and the deaths of Reggie Ledoux and his partner. Cohle is complicated and unknowable in so many ways, but consistent in so many others, including his ability to segregate his emotions from the task at hand when necessary.
The tragedies in Cohle's past have cauterized so many of his emotional nerve endings, so that he only feels things under extraordinary circumstances (like the discovery in 2002 that he and Hart completely missed the real killer). His new book, "The Revolution Was Televised," about the last 15 years of TV drama, is for sale at Amazon. True Detective's first season, which was submitted by HBO as in the drama category and not the miniseries category, will be taking on Breaking Bad's final eight episodes at this year's Emmy awards ceremony.
Even if an epic shootout would’ve been more spectacular, the real way it played out proved to more pulse-pounding.
Or do you just wait for them till you get ass cancer and realize the good years came and went?


When Cohle reaches down to pick up the devil catcher, our view is blocked by a school chair. It introduces a new time period into the story, as we jump ahead to 2002, which is when we know that the partnership will end. Likewise, Bryan Cranston will throw down against both Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, as both lead detectives received lead actor nominations. Now that the case is solved, we can go into uncharted territory, with the focus on the Yellow King and Carcosa.
Could the birds in the shape of the swirl that Cohle saw in episode two not be a hallucination? And it finally makes overt what's been implied for a while: that the cops of 2012 suspect Cohle not only of being the killer in their current case, but for some or all of the killings from the 1995 investigation.
It's why he was so insanely jealous when Lisa was dating another man, why in 2002 he's so cruel and, eventually, violent to his daughter Audrey. If you haven’t already read it, you should read the article about the literary reference the show is making with the Yellow King and Carcosa.
There was that incredibly creepy omnipresence of Virgin Mary statues in the abandoned school. It was like the show became a family drama all of a sudden, but I have a feeling Pizzolatto was poking fun at that sort of thing in this episode – like this is what you could be watching all of the time, but instead I give you True Detective. It makes me want to do things to it." He may not detect that Cohle is a cop, but he knows he's trouble and walks away. And it's why in 1995, upon seeing the two children (one dead, one just barely alive) who were being kept prisoner by Ledoux and DeWall, he breaks so thoroughly that the only response his mind and body can offer is to march right up to Ledoux and put a bullet in his head(**).


The camera dollies out to reveal a broken window with two stars (important symbol in the show) as eyes and a broken mouth as the monster ready to swallow Cohle. Diana Rigg was nominated for her guest role as Lady Olenna, director Neil Marshall got a nomination for helming "The Watchers on the Wall," and David Benioff and D.B. There have always been broader ideas at work in True Detective, with its emphasis on philosophy and character development over detective work, but now we seem poised to enter into the realm of the supernatural. Rian Johnson didn't get a nom for directing "Ozymandias," but Vince Gilligan picked one up for directing "Felina." True Detective's Nic Pizzolatto was nominated for writing the episode "The Secret Fate of All Life" while Cary Fukunaga got a nom for directing "Who Goes There" (the one with the six-minute tracking shot). FX's Fargo landed on the Outstanding Miniseries list and scored nominations for all four principal actors (though Allison Tolman and Colin Hanks were submitted as "supporting actors"). Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, and Frances Conroy all got nominated for American Horror Story: Coven, which itself also received an Outstanding Miniseries nom. Even if I read The King in Yellow, I doubt that would even shed much light on where True Detective could be going. Chambers, the author of The King in Yellow, borrowed the name of Carcosa from Ambrose Bierce, but he only borrowed the name, nothing else.
Probably yes. Nic Pizzolatto was inevitably very aware of the reference he was making and it is his own type of diversion in his case of a television show. Remember what Marty says about the detective’s curse and the clue, what you were supposed to look for, being right under your nose.



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