'Only Murders in the Building': Who Killed Tim Kono? – Decider

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Hulu‘s Only Murders in the Building premiered today, introducing us to a brand new kind of murder mystery: a satire. Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez star as Charles, Oliver, and Mabel, neighbors in an upscale Upper West Side building who unwittingly find themselves in the middle of a murder investigation. Inspired by their shared obsession — a Serial-esque true crime podcast — the trio decide to launch their own podcast in which they plan to unmask who killed one of their own. However, it seems that in addition to uncovering secrets about their neighbors, their characters are also forced to confront deeply upsetting truths about themselves. And yes, Only Murders in the Building is a comedy. A delightful one at that.
Only Murders in the Building gleefully rips into our collective true crime obsession while containing all the hallmarks of old school cozy murder mysteries. The story kicks off when Charles, Oliver, and Mabel find themselves riding the elevator with prickly neighbor Tim Kono (Julian Cihi). Soon, Tim Kono will be dead. Charles, Oliver, and Mabel suspect foul play. But who killed Tim Kono? Was it the mysterious tie-dye sweatshirt guy Charles spied running upstairs instead of downstairs in the mayhem of moment? Does Tim Kono’s death have anything to with the trash bag he was carrying? His neighbor’s cat? The world-famous rock star Sting?!?
Obviously, Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building is saving its biggest reveals for later in the season, but we already have some inkling of who the primary suspects might be and why Tim Kono had to die…
Tim Kono is the murder victim in Only Murders in the Building!
Too simple for you? Well in Only Murders in the Building Episode 2 “Who Was Tim Kono?” we also learn that he was once tight with Mabel. As a girl, Mabel would visit her aunt in the Arconia, where she befriended Tim and two other kids. Together, the quartet called themselves “The Hardy Boys.” They made up capers to solve before one of their own died tragically after being pushed off the building during a roof party. Tim saw who killed Zoe (Olivia Reis), but let Zoe’s poor boyfriend Oscar (Aaron Dominguez) take the blame.
We also learn that Tim Kono was greatly disliked by the residents of the Arconia. He and neighbor Howard (Michael Cyril Creighton) got into fights over Howard’s cat (who also died the same night Tim did) and he had run-ins with the HOA head Bunny (Jayne Houdyshell). In short, a lot of people had a lot of reasons to see Tim Kono dead…
Tim Kono is played by Tokyo-born Broadway actor Julian Cihi. You might have seen Cihi in Netflix’s Gypsy, Amazon’s The Tick, or Mr. Robot. However, Cihi is best-known as a stage actor. He’s appeared in Doctor Zhivago and in an off-Broadway production of Romeo and Juliet. You can follow him on Instagram @julian_cihi.
Only the first three episodes of Only Murders in the Building premiered today, so it’s still early for us to put on our sleuthing tin foil hats, but we already have some persons — Persons? People? — of interest in this investigation.
First let’s look at who Charles, Oliver, and Mabel are placing their bets on…
Will we still be into these theories after watching Only Murders in the Building Episode 4 next week? We’ll have to tune in to find out!
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