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- Viola Davis, Alfred Enoch
- Crime, Drama, Mystery
Thursday night’s episode of How to Get Away With Murder was the most multi-layered (read: confusing) of the season so far. Annalise (Viola Davis) continued to cover up Rebecca’s death and got dumped by Nate (Billy Brown), Frank (Charlie Weber) introduced Laurel (Karla Souza) to his family before dragging Catherine (Amy Okuda) into the woods, and Oliver (Conrad Ricamora) found the lost Hapstall cousin.
While the Hapstall case hit a snag when the Keating Five got taped bad-mouthing Catherine and Caleb (Kendrick Sampson), they made up for it by discovering their adopted mom’s secret biological son, a new suspect. And Michaela (Aja Naomi King) and Caleb moved one step closer to getting it on.
As for the case of the week, Annalise successfully defended fellow professor Jill (Alexandra Billings), a transgender woman, for murdering her abusive husband and empowered her to be the woman she wants to be. To do so, Annalise had to pull some strings/throw some blackmail around the DA’s office, but that’s just another day for Annalise, who also had time to whip up some peach cobblers.
Meanwhile, Asher got out of the dog house with Bonnie (Liza Weil) while simultaneously severing his relationship with his corrupt judge father.
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Now that our heads are all spinning, let’s see what Weber — whose character gives a convincing plea for Annalise’s life at the hospital after she’s shot at the Hapstall mansion — has to say about everything that happened in “Two Birds, One Milestone”:
Favorite moment from the episode: My No. 1 favorite moment is taking Laurel home to find out Frank is from a good family. I also loved everything Frank did in the woods since they both show the dichotomy of the character.
Favorite moment filming the episode: I really enjoyed hanging out in the woods with Mike Listo who directed the episode and creating these two great moments that link together. It was a fun night and it’s those types of moments that kind of remind you why you do it. He’s one of my favorite directors.
Moment that made your jaw drop: The moment that made my jaw drop definitely had to be when we see Catherine suddenly wake up the woods covered in blood.
Most suspicious character this episode (and why): As an audience member, I really have my eye on Caleb. I’m really unsure about him and what he’s capable of.
One teaser for next week: Just wait to you see what Philip does next.
How to Get Away With Murder airs Thursday nights at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.