Right on about past LaSalle--I wanted to kick him in the sweet meats m'self.
Well, I won't waste time re-iterating others' comments. When Walter began turning off the equipment after acknowledging his failure to complete his research, I flashed on the "Good Times" episode when Florida shatters the punch bowl and yells "Damn....DAMN.....DAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYM!!!!!!!!!!!!!" I thought Walter might have an emotional breakthrough and start throwing the equipment to the ground...but then I realized he's not wired like that--and probably needed the equipment for future use. I wonder if we'll see him travel through the "5 stages" on future eps--perhaps Toby will have a hand in that.
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You can't close that loop yet--we have ZERO evidence to back that up.
Solid ep, if a little heavy-handed with stereotypes: hedonistic students, the "hot for teacher" coed, the like totally dippy bar-ty girl... Add me to the list of folks who are growing tired of the Adam/Yakuza/Gabriel storyline.
ooooo......that's good. While she was on the gurney, he got close enough to her to collect some of her blood to drizzle on Catherine's clothing. His melodramatic performance was a distraction so the staff wouldn't notice him doing it. GOOD CALL!!!!!
Body (perp) check:Lila (Frank, at Sam's behest)Sam (Wes)Rebecca (Bonnie)Emily Sinclair (Asher)Annalise wounded (Wes / Kristoff)
I agree with most of your thinking. However, Frank didn't kill Rebecca; Bonnie did, and Frank made sure the body wouldn't be found (at least for now--who knows if she'll turn up in a future episode given how the writers like to mess with us). Why would there need to be a Frank vs. Annalise situation anyway? As for Asher, you could be making an incorrect assumption about WHEN he went to the police. The flash-forward would have us believe he ditched Bonnie in the garage and went to the police, but in the ep, he ditched Bonnie for the car wash--doesn't necessarily mean he went to the police before getting the pass. For all we know, he could have washed the car, dropped her at her place and THEN gone to the police. Bonnie wasn't in the rest room that long--and I don't think you could get to and from the police station and give a statement, all before Bonnie finished her business.
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Yes...it's twisted. A group of legal professionals and their interns committing and/or covering up homicides...and we're actually rooting for them to succeed in not getting caught...and LOVING every minute of it. Don't like it? Pick up that little black or silver thing with all the buttons on it, use it, and quit pissing on our parade, fyvm.
Obviously there's some kinda history between Wes and Annalise. I think some of us started to rule out the possibility of Annalise being his mother, thought it's theoretically still possible. Regardless, she clearly has some kinda karmic debt to repay when it comes to him--but how is good karma gonna reach her when the body count keeps rising? :-)
No it wasn't. I was Emily Sinclair. Eve Rothko (Famke Jensen's character) appeared at the end in the flashback.
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