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Previously on How to Get Away with Murder: Frank is back! He tried to make amends with Annalise, but she wasn't having it. He then offered to kill himself in front of her. Annalise is fine with it, which I'm sure wasn't the reaction Frank was hoping for. Michaela hates her mom. Naturally, Asher arranged for them to get together...
Previously on How to Get Away with Murder: Frank tried to pin the murder of Mahoney on Wes, but now that Frank has decided to rejoin the cult of Annalise, Frank tried to pivot...
Previously on How to Get Away With Murder: Wes was suspected of killing his birth father, but Frank pinned it on Mahoney’s son. It was his way of saying “my bad”, so now he’s...
Previously on How to Get Away With Murder: Annalise is claiming (Well, should I saying “claiming” when it’s technically the truth?) to be an alcoholic as a last ditch effort to keep her university...
RIP Frank's Beard. Services will be held at the truck stop bathroom where the beard clippings now lay. In lieu of flowers, please bring a broom and dustpan.
As the police investigate the Hapstell case further, the ANTLs take turns blaming Annalise for all of their problems. There's drinking, crying, secrets revealed, random hook ups--yep, just another typical HTGAWM episode.
This week, "How to Get Away with Murder" is renamed "How To Stop Someone From Getting Away with Blackmail". The ANTLs gather to deal with Creepy Phillip's blackmail video. Meanwhile, Wes and Laurel take a trip to Ohio and learn some troubling information. With the help of flashbacks, of course.
Do you hear the ANTLs sing, singing the songs of angry interns? Fed up with Annalise's bossiness, the ANTLs quit in the middle of a Case of the Week. Wes avoids the fallout because he's stuck in a psych ward. Yeah, you read that right. Also: more flashbacks on the Mysterious Backstory of Annalise and Wes.
Let's break it down: Annalise was shot, the ANTLs need to make sure the police bought their phony crime scene, and Wes gets suspicious about his connection to Annalise. With everyone breaking down, how are these people going to get away with murder?
New Year's Eve is this Thursday, December 31st and it's fast approaching. As we look forward to the parties and making our resolutions, here are some of our favorite TV characters who should seriously consider some self-improvement this year.
It's the episode we've all been waiting for: who shot Annalise? The flashforwards and flashbacks will make your head spin if the shocking reveal doesn't. Seriously, we flash forward and back a lot here.
Asher and Laurel are the new Frank and Bonnie, but it's hard to stay on top when the Hapstells keep taking stupid plea deals. Can we kill them next?
Sinclair tries to pin Nate for murder while Annalise defends a crazy stalker. This is great time for Laurel and Oliver to shine--if anyone will let them.
Annalise finds out all sorts of secrets about Asher and just can't stand to keep them all to herself when they're just so darned useful!
Asher is going to testify against Annalise! No he isn't! Yes he is! No he isn't! Yes he is! Oh, and racist aunt is racist but how much does that really matter anyway?
Could it be Michaela is falling in love with her murder-y, incest-y client? Can Annalise bring herself to kill her sometimes-boyfriend's wife? And would the movie Mean Girls have been funnier with a touch more murder, or would that just be Heathers all over again?
Guess which HTGAWM character has never had an orgasm! Also, lots of sex parties, a little bit of accidental murder, and no answers at all in the flash-forwards.
Annalise accidentally gets an innocent man freed from prison. Oops. Meanwhile, her students continue to make monumentally stupid decisions, professionally and personally.
Season 2 begins with a new murder mystery that's quickly solved. But don't worry, there are still a hundred more twists this hour, including Annalise's old girlfriend and why the hell eggs are such a big emergency.