Grub’s death was ruled a homicide on One Lane Bridge Episode 2
Stephen wanted to rule Grub’s death as a suicide on the One Lane Bridge premiere. That is changed in the second episode when new evidence comes to light. Who did kill Grub?
It turns out there are a lot of secrets behind closed doors. The detectives learn that Grub was having an affair. Immediately, there are a couple of prime suspects.
The first would be Grub’s wife. However, it’s clear that she had no idea about the affair. She even goes to Charlotte’s house to talk to the woman, angry about the truth. So, if it’s not here, who could it be?
Is Haggis the guilty party?
One Lane Bridge wants us to believe that Haggis killed Grub. There’s a comment in the second episode that “Haggis doesn’t like people touching his things.” Well, if he doesn’t like that, then he wouldn’t have liked Grub having an affair with Charlotte.
This is a man who certainly seems to know something He has an air about him, and he was the one who almost ran Ariki over on the bridge.
It just seems too obvious, though, right? Surely making it look like a jealous man is better than having it be one of the family.
My money is on one of the family members. Too many of them are hiding things, including Grub’s watch. I wouldn’t be surprised if it was the old man suffering from dementia and it was an accident. Instead of letting him think he’d killed Grub, other family members got together to make the death look like a suicide.
Could it really be that simple?
Who do you think killed Grub? Do you believe Haggis had something to do with it? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
One Lane Bridge airs Thursdays on Sundance Now.