As Vic hopes his immunity deal will help keep his family together, and Shane takes extreme measures to keep his pregnant wife from being charged with murder, Dutch finds he's a suspect in the disappearance of a teenage serial killer's mother.
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When Ronnie asks Dutch why he's under arrest, Dutch replies "the last three years," meaning the whole series timeline is supposed to take place over three years. However, Vic's daughter Cassidy is 8 years old in the first season and 15 years old in the final season. All the other children also age way more than they should if the series only took place over three years. See more
[reading Shane's suicide note
"I guess enough painkillers can make even the worst kind of hurt go away. The thing you need to know is that Mara was innocent, and Jackson was innocent. They didn't know what they were drinking and their last moments together were happy ones. They left the way I first found them, perfect and innocent. They were innocent and they're in Heaven now and we'll always be a family. The guilty ones are me and Vic. Vic led, but I kept following. I don't think one's worse ...
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