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Now that Connor and Oliver have tied the knot, the crew must deal with the consequences of the wedding night’s murder; and Annalise is forced to reckon with secrets from her past.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 798 votes.
Gabriel is first chair on a case defending a teacher involved in a school shooting, and this case hits particularly close to home for both Gabriel and Annalise. Annalise attempts to discourage Tegan from her new quest to right a wrong. Oliver makes a shocking confession.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 560 votes.
Annalise helps Paula Murphy, a suburban soccer mom, get released from jail after she was arrested for a misdemeanor, but just as she’s about to walk free, she’s arrested again by the FBI in connection for felony murder. Annalise and her students are tasked with proving her innocence which will depend on the testimony from another suspect in the case. Meanwhile, the Middleton University president asks Annalise to represent Griffin O’ Reilly, the star quarterback who has also been linked to Lila’s disappearance but she’s unable to make a decision until she knows that Sam wasn’t involved in the case. In flash forwards, more clues are revealed and we discover someone else was also there besides the students during the night of the murder.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 1783 votes.
A few weeks have passed since Wes shot Annalise. Wes and The Keating 5 deal with the fallout from that night, as Annalise is faced with a complicated road to recovery.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 2136 votes.
The FBI continues to interrogate Connor which leads him to panic under the pressure. Annalise, Tegan and the students defend a woman accused of violating a disabled man’s civil rights for developing a dating app that discriminates against him. Bonnie helps Nate get more intel on Tegan. Michaela and Gabriel travel to New York to track down her father.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 642 votes.
Annalise takes on a new client, Max St. Vincent, an eccentric millionaire who is the key suspect in his wife's brutal murder. All the clues point to St. Vincent as the killer, but Annalise challenges her students to prove he's innocent - whether that's the truth or not. Meanwhile, Annalise deals with issues in her own home when her growing suspicions that Sam is somehow involved in Lila's disappearance start to affect their marriage. In flash forwards, we go back to the night of the murder and learn that Wes might be hiding a few secrets of his own.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 1984 votes.
In the wake of Wes’ tragic death, Annalise returns to her family home to pick up the pieces of her shattered life, and realizes that, in order to rebuild, she must make a tough and shocking decision. The “Keating 4” all face an uncertain future while Laurel becomes obsessed with finding out what actually happened to Wes the night he died. In a flash-forward, a terrifying crime is committed and everyone is a suspect.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 2146 votes.
Annalise reaches her breaking point as she struggles to adapt to her new reality behind bars, but a surprise confession to Wes’ murder could change everything. The K4 find their own freedom at risk as they discover the D.A.’s investigation is much bigger than they imagined.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 2486 votes.
Annalise struggles with the personal toll that Laurel and Christopher’s disappearance has taken on everyone. Meanwhile, the remaining Keating 4, Oliver, Frank and Bonnie disagree on the possible reasons behind Laurel’s disappearance. Tegan handles the aftermath of Emmett’s apparent poisoning, and Gabriel wants to take his budding relationship with Michaela to the next level.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 716 votes.
Nate is on a mission to prove he was right about the culprit in his father’s murder. Bonnie begins to doubt herself. Annalise turns the tables in the courtroom.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of How to Get Away with Murder from 748 votes.
Last updated: may 05, 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.
Lately, I’ve been re-watching a lot of tv shows I used to watch growing up. Even though it makes perfect sense, I was really surprised how different was my point of view now, than it was ten or fifteen years ago. Suddenly, my favorite characters aren’t the favorites anymore. Besides, I’ve forgotten tons of what was happening, that’s why I had so much fun re-watching everything. I highly suggest you do the same thing!
Mixing reality shows and food seems like the perfect combination for just about anyone. I always get amazed what some people are able to make under a huge amount of pressure. The cooking shows are so entertaining as well, because it’s always regular people competing. Just make sure not to watch them on an empty stomach!
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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