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It's All Her Fault 

The team defend a millionaire accused of murdering his wife, and as they probe, more secrets are revealed. Meanwhile, Annalise is suspicious of Sam's knowledge of Lila Stangard, and in the flash forward, Wes makes a mysterious phone call.


Bill D'Elia


Peter Nowalk (created by), Peter Nowalk




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Viola Davis ... Annalise Keating
Billy Brown ... Nate Lahey
Alfred Enoch ... Wes Gibbins
Jack Falahee ... Connor Walsh
Katie Findlay ... Rebecca Sutter
Aja Naomi King ... Michaela Pratt
Matt McGorry ... Asher Millstone
Karla Souza ... Laurel Castillo
Charlie Weber ... Frank Delfino
Liza Weil ... Bonnie Winterbottom
Tom Verica ... Sam Keating
Conrad Ricamora ... Oliver Hampton
Laura Coover ... Eloise St. Vincent
Steven Weber ... Max St. Vincent
Jill Remez ... Lucinda Blair


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. Written by Jiilo_Kim

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16:9 HD
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The episode titles are lines that a character says during the episode See more »


Bonnie Winterbottom: I look nice, I know, but that's just my face.
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References The Matrix (1999) See more »


Silent Night
Written by Franz Xaver Gruber and Joseph Mohr
Performed by Jack Falahee
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The first show of the season I'm cutting from my television line-up
4 October 2014 | by RyanCShowersSee all my reviews

"How to Get Away with Murder is the first show of the new television year I'm cutting from my string of weekly shows. From purely a superficial standpoint, the show turns me off with its cool color schemes, jerky camera-work. Just looking at the show downgrades it instantly. I feel as though I turned on the incorrect channel and I'm watching CW, not one of the big network channels. (That criticism is of the show's content, not just the appearance.) Look, I'm sure the show will continue because it appeals to the teenage audience well and with some value, but not value adults want to watch when they approach shows in a serious, artistic way. If this show would have aired eight years ago, I probably would be smitten with it. I do really admire how seriously and appropriately "How to Get Away with Murder" is handling homosexuality. More shows need to follow in its footsteps concerning that topic. Davis' work is not what is making me lose interest, she's excelling at the role. (Is that a surprise?). It took Shonda Rhimes four seasons to really get "Scandal" to work, so I'm sure "How to Get Away with Murder will get to that point too...but I'm not sticking around until that happens.

Grade: C

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