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Wes, Connor, Michaela and Laurel may have dug themselves in too deep a hole for Annalise to save them, and the shocking truth about Lila's murder is finally revealed.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 1622 votes.
Annalise discovers there's a surprise witness that threatens her case. Meanwhile, Connor tries to persuade the K3 to go along with a new plan. Elsewhere, a lie between Frank and Bonnie threatens their relationship as Annalise's killer is finally revealed.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 548 votes.
It’s the evening of the bonfire and we finally see what exactly happened on the night of Sam’s death.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 2246 votes.
ADA Sinclair discovers a break in her favor in the Hapstall case, but her actions result in a deadly outcome as details are revealed about the night Annalise was shot, including the person responsible for pulling the trigger.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 2171 votes.
On the eve of graduation, Oliver gifts Connor, Michaela and Asher something unexpected. At the Dean’s cocktail party, Annalise learns disturbing news. Michaela receives a surprise phone call. The FBI informant is finally revealed.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 587 votes.
Annalise is confronted with disturbing news involving one of Isaac’s patients; the investigation into Wes’ murder comes to a head. details of the whereabouts of Laurel’s baby are revealed.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 1642 votes.
Annalise receives a tip about A.D.A. Atwood that leads to a heated confrontation with Nate. Meanwhile, the deadly events leading up to Annalise’s house fire reveal who’s under the sheet.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 2870 votes.
With chaos surrounding Annalise, she just can’t stand the pressure anymore and needs to escape. Frank must come to terms with the things he has done while Wes continues to get closer to finding out about his past.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 2198 votes.
Annalise's murder trial has arrived, but Tegan's history complicates her role as counsel. While Nate visits Jorge Castillo in prison with a proposition, news breaks about Xavier. Bonnie works to help Annalise use Hannah Keating's past as blackmail.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 482 votes.
In flashbacks, we start to piece together what really happened the night of Lila's murder. In present day, Annalise takes on a priest who is accused of murdering another priest. Meanwhile, Connor and Oliver take things to a new level in their relationship, and Wes and Rebecca continue to grow suspicious of each other.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 1752 votes.
Last updated: feb 23, 2021
I love the way this show is set out switching from past to current events keeping the audience guessing as more and more information unfolds!
finally something refreshing on tv! this show's the best new thing since Orange is The New Black.
Overall very enjoyable, intriguing, convincing acting, dense plots and a lot of well developed characters. BUT the flashforwards used to foreshadow and/or justify certain plot progressions are frigging annoying as is the behaviour of the people involved in those flashforwards, at least of the crazy guy and the panicking woman. I wanna punch both of them so hard in the face when I see them. I tend to fast forward those scenes as they add nothing that I am interested in or can't already combine on my own from context for the most part. Additionally, I am all for (real, two-way) equality, but the homosexual sex scenes feel like they are shoved down my throat despite not being too explicit. Especially considering we're only seeing gay sex, not lesbian sex. Why is that? Maybe because gay sex is more controversial than lesbian sex? Because you can provoke the audience better with it? It wouldn't be such a problem for me if it wouldn't feel like a deliberate attempt of showing homosexual sex only because it is useful for the plot (bc it is; the romance with the hacker is barely that than it is beneficial for the law student) and you can provoke the audience with it. That's just cheap and in my eyes almost the opposite of equality. This way it's not portrayed as "normal" but rather exploited. You can expect better from Shonda than that. Nevertheless, I am looking forward, how this is gonna turn out.
Why does a law professor also run a high stakes law firm, expecting her entry level students to do all the leg work of a field they know nothing about? Imagine walking into your first science class, only to have the teacher yell at you for not knowing advanced quantum mechanics already, then failing you if you don't cure cancer.
Season one was SO good but honestly it went downhill pretty fast after that.
Just one of those shows that really turned me off, at some point I really didn't like the characters even though I felt invested in it, it just really turned me off.
I can't handle this anymore I got up to S02E12 and its just... bleugh I find myself checking Twitter more than watching this
oh, how i missed this show. thank god it's back!
Absolutely love it. The suspense drives me mad every week and i can’t get enough. Good job Shonda
This show is superb.... there are so many twists it hurts the brain!! If you enjoy mind-numbing CSI shows then you'll hate this cause they don't explain everything for those of you minus a brain. Way too much gayness though - kinda ruins it... we get it - there's gay people in the world.. just not 95% of the population.
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