How To Get Away With Murder (2014) s04e07 Episode Script

Nobody Roots for Goliath

1 Previously on "How To Get Away With Murder" Okay, everyone, ignore the crazy.
- Just get back to work.
- What do you all say to your families when you go home at night, huh? How proud you are to make a child homeless? I heard your poll numbers were dropping in the low-income districts.
What, is this a pitch to be my new campaign manager or something? I know someone for your case.
- Who? - I'm not getting them involved if you keep going about this the wrong way.
Antares going public is the reason my father killed Wes.
So no more wavering.
We have to get those files and leak them before they go public.
MICHAELA: Tegan has been good to me, so I'm not destroying the one good person in my life.
Promise to not tell anyone! Sharing information about our sessions would be unethical.
Unethical like you barging into my office? JACQUELINE: talking to you about dead children and suicide is not in my best interest? - Can I help you? - I'm Jacqueline Roa, Isaac's ex-wife.
(MOANS) CONNOR: Ugh.
Don't make me go.
We can call in sick.
Annalise will kill me.
(CHUCKLES) Literally.
And I want to go.
I mean, w-we're suing the freaking governor.
The Attorney General is arguing against us.
It's a once-in-a-lifetime case.
But my once-in-a-lifetime hot ass is here and you're sad to leave it.
(BOTH LAUGH) That's true.
- How did this happen? - What? We should be dead or in jail.
But I'm actually doing something good for the world.
And you have a job where you don't have to break any laws You make us sound really boring.
If this is boring, then we should've signed up a long time ago.
(ALARM BLARES) Aah! (LAUGHS) Time to pop the bubble! Everything okay? This is our final session.
Is this normal for you? Stalking your ex? Visiting his patients? JACQUELINE: No.
Then how do you know who I am? I'm a therapist, too.
Okay, so you're both violating confidentiality.
- Let me explain.
- I could have your license.
I know what I'm risking by being here, Annalise.
That's how serious this is.
ISAAC: Is this because of our last meeting? It's not uncommon for patients to shut down after opening up.
That's not it.
Well, then, what is it? (SIGHS) I'm getting too close.
What? - Don't make me say more.
- Annalise.
I'm not gonna repeat what happened with Sam.
JACQUELINE: He's in a fragile place, Annalise.
We lost our daughter Stella a few years ago.
Suicide.
Why are you telling me this? I think Isaac is using again.
How do you know? Because I've seen it before the not sleeping, the stress So I'm triggering it.
That's what you're saying? Your situation is triggering him.
- Have you been drinking? - No.
This is classic relapse behavior shutting down, running away.
Let's just go back inside.
We can work through this.
I already found another therapist.
I'm an addiction specialist, too which means I could be your new counselor for the disciplinary board.
And I would never ask this of just any patient.
But you can survive this.
I'm afraid Isaac won't.
ISAAC: You're gonna have a relapse, Annalise.
If you walk out of here, that's what's going to happen.
You're gonna drink.
Just let me go.
You (INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS) It's a double-sausage, extra-cheddar egg biscuit from Buster's.
They run out of those by 6:00 a.
m.
I got up early.
I'm good.
BonBon made me eggs for breakfast.
Please tell me you didn't tell Bonnie.
Wouldn't you like to know? Hey, Dougie.
You want a double-sausage biscuit from Buster's? - Slam me that sammy! - (BAG CRINKLES) Did he tell anyone? If I kill him, you're my alibi.
CONNOR: Shouldn't I sit up here with you? Why? To balance the optics.
It's kind of embarrassing.
You're the Attorney General and you bring your entire office for a little certification hearing? That's because he knows how good our case is.
See? You said "our case.
" I should sit with you.
Looks better if I'm up here alone.
Nobody roots for Goliath.
BAILIFF: All rise! Court is now in session.
CHASE: Your Honor, the Governor has sent me here today to motion for the immediate dismissal of Ms.
Keating's case.
- On what grounds? - According to her own filing, Ms.
Keating's only managed to collect 33 of the 40 plaintiffs she should have to certify.
Is this true, Ms.
Keating? It was at the time of the filing, but thanks to recent public support of my case, I have accumulated 42 50 79 plaintiffs and counting.
Your Honor, my office will need adequate time to verify the identity of these plaintiffs.
All due respect, Mr.
Attorney General, but it appears that you have more than enough help to do it without delaying the hearing.
Do you have any other challenges that would affect my decision, Mr.
Chase? Many, Your Honor.
As we all know, a class-action lawsuit is not unlike a seafaring ship.
At the moment, this ship is carrying 79 passengers.
And, frankly, I'm concerned for those lives when the captain is an alcoholic.
I take my sobriety very seriously.
It's well-documented in the several random urine tests I've taken over the past five months, the results of which I've prepared for the court.
You Honor, the Commonwealth would like to submit into evidence a photograph taken just two days ago.
In it, Ms.
Keating can be seen holding a half-full bottle of Scotch outside her car.
This is entrapment, Your Honor! Are you challenging the veracity of the photo? I'm challenging the claim that it's proof that I took a drink.
But you admit the photo is real? Someone placed this bottle on my car.
I simply picked it up to throw it in the trash.
Clearly, the Attorney General had someone lie in wait to photograph this moment.
These assertions border on paranoia.
The Attorney General is turning this into a witch trial.
Even her responses now border on hysterical.
Enough, Mr.
Chase.
Any further attacks against counsel will result in sanctions.
I'm not gonna allow either of you to turn this hearing into a sideshow.
That was defamation, right? Or misogyny? I mean, did he really use the word "hysterical"? We have to challenge the photo and prove that I-it was staged.
- Unless it wasn't? - Of course it was.
It's not about the photo.
It's about me.
They're putting me on trial, and I'm a fool not to have seen it coming.
I thought Denver kicked you off this case.
We all got kicked off the minute the Attorney General took it over.
- Yeah, but you're still here.
- So are you.
'Cause I give a damn about the case.
I think you mean Annalise.
Were you behind the photo? She drinks vodka, not Scotch.
Anyone close to her knows that.
Do you know it's a felony to record private conversations - under the Wiretap Act? - Laurel, you're not helping.
Not to mention it's just pervy to put a nanny cam inside of a woman's apartment without her knowledge.
I didn't see you naked or anything.
How do I know that?! I'm in the power seat here, okay, and I've made a decision! Everything bad that happens to us happens because some of us get our rocks off by keeping secrets.
Therefore, in conclusion, I've decided no more secrets.
- You're telling Frank.
- (WHISPERS) What? Why? (WHISPERING) Because you two are boning and you need an adult to talk you out of this insanity.
- You told him that? - It was too weird not to.
(MOCKINGLY) She told me one secret, okay? (NORMAL VOICE) And it's nothing compared to the one that you've been keeping from me, both of you.
So shut up and tell Frank.
Otherwise, I will.
This is a joke.
Say it's a joke.
It's not.
If you're gonna get mad at someone, get mad at me.
- This was my idea.
- Your stupid idea.
You want to bring down your father? Tell the cops he killed Wes.
He's just gonna pay the police off - or make Dominick go down for it.
- So? So the only way to hit back at him is if we leak the documents that C&G are hiding for him.
How do you know they're hiding anything? An accountant was murdered because he was gonna whistleblow.
Oh, so we could get murdered, too? No, because we are gonna leak the documents before Antares goes public.
The IPO is gonna be destroyed.
My father will lose everything and go to jail.
- Just like that? - Yes! Please don't tell Bonnie.
I'm not gonna have to.
'Cause this stops right here.
You hear me? - Well, I can't promise you that.
- Laurel.
ASHER: You are putting everyone's life in danger your baby, Oliver, Michaela.
MICHAELA: Hey, what if it were you? What if you had died in that house and not Wes? I would be doing exactly what Laurel's doing! I don't think you would.
- Of course I would! - No, because Laurel loved Wes, and you don't even know what love is.
What? I love you.
You know that.
Okay.
None of this is about who loves who.
It's about the fact that I need everyone in this room to promise right now, ixnay with this plan-ay.
No.
I am not bailing on this.
We're supposed to be getting our lives back together.
Even Annalise is working her ass off to do some good in the world, as am I.
You have done so much worse than this, Frank.
You have framed people, murdered them, even when they were considered completely innocent.
Meanwhile, all I'm trying to do is put my father in jail for the actual crimes he has committed.
That's not crazy.
It's just right.
(DOOR SLAMS) CONNOR: Is there a photographer hiding behind a tree out there? You want me to flash him? Give him a little show? Okay, well, the good news is, I have a plan.
We put you on the stand, and you defend yourself.
The minute I take the stand, they're gonna ask me about everything Wes, the fire, anything that makes me look like a crazy bitch.
So it's about discrediting the photo, like I said.
We'd need money to find the people who set up the photo.
I have my tuition money.
My dad let me keep it.
White parents are weird.
We could use Frank.
- No.
- Well, my only other idea is to seduce the Attorney General.
So, either take the money and hire a P.
I.
, or I'll probably just end up blowing it all on go-go boys and booze, not something you, the recovering alcoholic, should probably encourage.
- Shut up.
- Excuse me? I know someone who will help us for free.
People already think I'm crazy.
Why not show them how crazy? I need your help.
So the Attorney General is right - You're drinking again.
- No! Because you have got to be drunk to think I'm doing you any favors.
Only 'cause you're thinking like a D.
A.
, not an Attorney General.
We have the same enemy right now.
Or do you not want to win this election? When I am elected, I will come at this class action even harder than he is.
Well, that's a battle for another day.
Come on.
Let's get crazy together.
Hey, traitor.
Funny, coming from the guy who's working for Annalise.
Better than sitting at home watching bad daytime TV.
How's the little Waitlist? Too big.
I'm ready for him to get out of me.
Hmm.
You sound like Oliver on date night.
BONNIE: What are you doing here? My boss is meeting your boss.
- Why? - It's top secret.
But now that I have you here, do you have any AK tips, since I'm basically the new you? You say that like it's a good thing.
Label and file these before you leave.
Ms.
Thornton.
My office, please.
- Hi.
- Hi.
Let's go.
- Did he go for it? - Of course he did.
SIMON: How bad is it? The worst.
Looks like a virus wiped your whole drive.
- Did you click on a porn pop-up? - No! I mean, I don't think so.
Maybe.
- Oh, I'm gonna get fired.
- No, you're not.
Look, I was working on this brief for three weeks.
Blake told me I was a shoo-in to get an offer if I did a good job.
You got hit by a random virus.
It's not your fault.
Oliver, this could get me deported.
What? (ELEVATOR BELL DINGS) Hey, did you know Simon was a DACA kid? That stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
I know what DACA is.
We need to talk.
His parents sent him here from Pakistan when he was 4 years old to visit his cousins, - and he just stayed - I don't care, Oliver.
He needs C&G to offer him a job and support his visa application Asher found out everything.
- What? - He put a Teddy-cam in Laurel's apartment, heard us talking, and made us tell Frank.
- Oh, my God.
- I know what you're gonna say next.
Did he tell Connor? No, which is what I was gonna tell you.
- Then I have to tell him.
- You can't.
Otherwise, he might tell Annalise.
- But what if Asher tells him? - Look, he won't.
And you said Connor's happy right now.
Do you really want to be the person to take that away from him? TEGAN: Pratt.
We're all fine.
(CHUCKLES) TEGAN: Ready for me to drop a bomb on you? Yes? I need you to plan an office party for Friday.
This Friday? Antares is about to go public, the firm's gonna make millions, and I can already smell the other partners trying to take credit for something I made happen.
I'll give a speech, shine in my own glory, and let those man-children know this boss-bitch don't play.
Invite every employee, even the interns.
That's like 300 people.
I can ask that freckly intern.
I overheard her say she planned her entire wedding in a weekend.
No, no, no.
Uh, I-I am right on it.
- There's the right answer.
- Hm.
JUDGE NANJANI: I understand you have a request, Ms.
Keating.
Yes, Your Honor.
In light of the dubious evidence presented by the Attorney General, I'd like to call a witness to the stand.
CHASE: The Commonwealth had no chance to prepare a cross.
And I had no chance to prepare for the ambush this morning.
Please, Your Honor.
The Commonwealth has maligned my character with nothing more than rumors and conjecture.
It's only fair that I get a chance to rebut.
This is a certification hearing.
I think we can bend the rules a bit.
Thank you, Your Honor.
I'd like to call Darlene Thornton to the stand.
Ms.
Thornton.
My office, please.
ANNALISE: Ms.
Thornton, how long have you worked as a secretary at the D.
A.
's office? - 11 years.
- And in all that time, have you had any interactions with me? Objection.
Relevance.
Stop interrupting, and the relevance will become clear.
JUDGE NANJANI: You may answer the question.
I've not interacted with you personally, but I know who you are.
What has your opinion of me been all these years? Objection.
Insufficient foundation for opinion.
Sustained.
Move on, Ms.
Keating.
ANNALISE: Ms.
Thornton did you take this photograph? I asked you a question.
You've worked at the D.
A.
's office for 11 years, so you know the definition of perjury and the sentence that it carries.
Did you take this photograph? - Yes.
- (SPECTATORS MURMUR) ANNALISE: And did you place the bottle of Scotch on my car in order to arrange this photo? Yes.
Why would you set me up like this? Uh, Your Honor, we have reason to believe - that the witness is lying.
- Excuse me? So you have proof that someone else planted this bottle? - Your office, for example? - Of course not.
Then how do you have proof that this witness is lying? - Are you lying? - No.
Then why in the world would you malign my reputation and legal standing with this photo? DARLENE: The other day, you came into our office and accused us of being the bad guys.
But that's you.
These people you're trying to help, they're convicted criminals.
No, they're poor people.
That's all.
And they've been denied their Constitutional right to a fair trial.
I don't see why that makes me the bad guy.
Objection.
The counselor is arguing with the witness.
Strike it from the record.
No further questions.
BONNIE: Attorney General? (VEHICLE ALARM CHIRPS) A.
D.
A.
Bonnie Winterbottom.
One of Denver's people.
I'm on your side here.
- I don't buy that.
- I know.
You tell Denver that this campaign's gonna get dirty, and that's his doing.
I used to work for Annalise.
I know how you can beat her.
FRANK: Bonnie's gonna be home soon.
She said she's working late.
And we really need to talk.
I have about 300 reasons to convince you to not say anything to anyone, but also why you need to help us.
There's no way in hell I'm helping.
Let me finish.
(INHALES DEEPLY) If I'm being honest, I didn't really believe you when you said it that you were in love with me.
You were high off your LSAT score, and you're feeling pretty alone right now, and I meant every word I said.
Well, then this is a really simple decision, Frank.
Because if you really love me the real me, not this idea of me, of someone who you need to take care of but as the person who is stubborn and is smart and is so, so angry at the world that the only way that she can hold her head up high and keep living is, if she makes her father pay for that horrible thing that he did.
'Cause that's me, Frank.
That's who you need to love.
- We're doing this.
- What?! Leaking those files.
We just got to figure out a way to get in that server room so no one gets hurt or arrested.
Or killed by Mr.
Castillo.
You got out-voted.
That's how a democracy works.
So we've got a few weeks before Antares goes public.
I know when we can do it.
There's an office party this Friday.
No.
T-That's way too soon.
No.
That's perfect.
Everyone's gonna be drunk.
You can steal Tegan's key card.
- No.
I still don't want to do that.
- That's the only way! Well, then Oliver will just have to - figure out another way! - I don't have one.
I can go to the police.
- I'll tell 'em everything.
- That would get us all arrested.
You can tell them you ran over Sinclair.
Okay, well, then, I'll tell BonBon.
How's that?! Huh? Or Connor.
That would be very, very mean.
Lying to his face is what is mean.
MICHAELA: Asher, come here.
You're mad at me.
You get to be.
But can you please not take it out on everyone else? Oh, you mean Laurel? Yes.
That includes Laurel.
Okay.
Why is she so much more important to you than I am? - Oh, my God.
- You sound like a child.
You all think I'm some big, dumb pushover.
I get that.
But this is a dangerous plan that's gonna result in more bad things happening, and I don't want any part of it.
So keep your mouth shut.
That is all we are asking.
I don't have to do anything you say! I'm no one's bitch.
(DOOR SLAMS) I'll fix it.
(DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES) Won't he find out? I know people at the disciplinary board.
I'll make sure this stays confidential.
Annalise, if you actually want to see someone You'd be the last person I'd come to.
I know.
I have the name of someone who trained me.
She doesn't take new patients, but I could get you in.
- You're angry.
- Wouldn't you be? (SCOFFS) I'm surprised you haven't taken a swing at me.
Me too.
I can't be the only one who talks about suicide.
You said I triggered him.
There's got to be other patients who talk about suicide.
This is Isaac's problem, not yours.
I deal with liars every day.
Don't play me.
It's the patients we care about most who affect us the deepest, so You two were a perfect storm.
That's all I can tell you.
I'm sorry.
(DOOR OPENS) Hello? Connor? Yeah, he just got home.
I'll let you know.
(CHUCKLES) Who was that? My sister.
I was just nerdily telling her how awesome the class action is.
(CHUCKLES) Why? I just thought it could be Asher.
Oh, no.
I'm pretty sure he's jealous that Annalise hired me instead of him.
I should call him.
No, no, no, no, no.
No.
No.
Let's unplug.
No phones, no computer, no Internet.
We can be in our sheet cocoon again, but this time, it can last all.
night long.
Uh, what if Annalise calls? Well, she can leave a message.
Come on.
We deserve some "us" time.
- Okay.
Great.
- Yeah.
I am so sorry.
I was just trying to protect you.
- You mean protect Laurel.
- No.
Just admit that! Okay.
I admit it! But should I let the pregnant lady chase down someone with a gun again? At least that time you told me.
Well, I'm telling you now.
(EXHALES SHARPLY) I'm not the perfect girlfriend, okay? I'm sorry about that.
But can you blame me? You met my mother.
You think she modeled good relationship behavior? Not lying isn't something you need to be taught, Michaela.
You're right.
I I messed up.
But can we please just move past it? I just I just want us to be okay again.
Maybe we were never okay.
What? I'm saying maybe I'm just a rebound on the way to you finding your real husband.
You're not.
Then why are you always wanting me to be your Barack? That's a joke! Just like it's a joke that I'll ever be like Michelle after all the murders we've done.
Then why do you have your Aiden wedding dress still in the closet? I have to look at that thing every time I go in there to the one drawer you gave me.
I mean, you ever think about how that would make me feel? To have to stare at the old life you wanted to have with your old boyfriend? - It's a $20,000 dress! - Then sell it!! I would kill to build a real life with you, but I'm not okay being anyone's second choice.
So, if that's what this is, then we can call it, and you can go and find the man that you really want to be with.
That's you.
- It's not.
- It is.
(CRYING) I don't know what to say to make you believe me, but it is.
Come on.
I don't want you to be my Barack.
I just I just want you to be my Asher.
It's hard for me to believe you.
(THUD) Hello?! (KNOCK ON DOOR) (GROANS) (KNOCKING CONTINUES) - Isaac Roa? - Yes.
I work at the Court of Common Pleas and was asked to deliver this.
What is it? That's all I can say.
(CELLPHONE RINGING) You're sure you don't want to file a police report? They're the ones who probably put the bottle on there.
(SCOFFS) It was the A.
G.
He's trying to get in your head.
Well, it's working.
You take a drink? Oh, God, no.
Doesn't mean I didn't think about it.
I'm a drunk.
A beer on the street makes my mouth water.
Well, you ever consider what makes you want to drink in the first place? Did you just hear what I said? Everything makes me want to drink.
I'm talking about what happened today, though.
Making Darlene lie up there on the stand.
Darlene a friend of yours? She's a single mom supporting five kids on a crappy salary, but you She was Denver's choice.
So you don't give a damn about her? Or feel guilty? - I'm gonna get a room at the hotel.
- Annalise.
I'm too tired to take anyone else beating me up today.
I didn't mean to beat you up.
I'm just saying what you've been doing, playing dirty all the time You think that I can win against the Attorney General if I don't play dirty?! It's taking a toll on you.
Don't you see that? Making you drink or lose sleep.
That's no way to live.
And it's definitely not what the plaintiffs on your case deserve.
Is that why you still haven't given me your friend's name? It's not a friend.
Well, look, you get your certification, and maybe I'll give you their number.
All right.
Sleep well.
- Sorry I missed your call last night.
- It's fine.
I would've answered, but, uh, Oliver had this whole screen-free night idea, and I had to be a good boyfriend.
Is that T.
M.
I.
? It's probably T.
M.
I.
I j I don't want you to think that I'm not - taking this case seriously.
- Go inside.
What? Do you know him? Just go inside.
- I tried to call you.
- It's not my responsibility to make you feel okay about this decision.
The Attorney General subpoenaed me, Annalise.
BAILIFF: Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth? I do.
CHASE: Dr.
Roa, what is your speciality? I am a doctor of psychology and a licensed drug and alcohol counselor.
And it is in this capacity that you've been treating Ms.
Keating? Yes, she was referred to me through the Bar Association's disciplinary board.
Because Ms.
Keating is an alcoholic.
Objection.
Mr.
Chase is framing my illness as defamatory.
JUDGE NANJANI: Sustained.
Considering the seriousness of the disease that is alcoholism, is it your professional opinion that Ms.
Keating is competent to represent a case that will determine the fate of thousands of people? I would say that Ms.
Keating has continually expressed the importance of her work and her desire to see this case through.
This hearing is not about Ms.
Keating's desire.
It's about her mental fitness.
Objection.
Improper personal attack on counsel.
Sustained.
Dr.
Roa, isn't it true that stress is a risk factor in an alcoholic relapse? Yes, stress often is a factor, but not always.
Do you believe that this case has stressed Ms.
Keating to the point that she's consumed alcohol since you began treating her? ISAAC: You walked in here the other night afraid you were going to drink, and your answer to that is to launch a class-action suit? She has not taken a drink to my knowledge, no.
How many times have you requested some kind of drug or alcohol testing be administered to Ms.
Keating? - Three.
- Is it because you feared that Ms.
Keating broke the terms of her probation by taking a drink? Objection.
Calls for speculation.
I'm simply asking for Dr.
Roa's expert opinion.
I will allow it.
You are repeating the risky behavior that got you here in the first place! Well, there's lots of reasons why I ended up in here, but fighting for poor people wasn't one of them.
Dr.
Roa, I repeat, did you order the testing because you feared Ms.
Keating was drinking again? No.
Let me rephrase.
In your opinion, does taking on a case of this magnitude so early on in her sobriety increase the likelihood that Ms.
Keating might relapse? ISAAC: You're gonna have a relapse, Annalise.
If you walk out of here, that's what's going to happen.
You're gonna drink.
Ms.
Keating has demonstrated nothing but a complete commitment to her sobriety.
And I have total confidence in her.
- You said he would destroy her.
- I thought he would.
Oh, really? Because they seemed like two people who are probably banging.
I screwed up, clearly.
I have a feeling you do that a lot.
Was this you? - Let's just go to my office.
- Tell me now.
I knew that she would lose.
I knew that he would help her on the stand.
- Because you know him.
- No.
I saw him in your office the other day.
- Nate.
- You went to him for therapy.
Didn't you? That's how far gone you are.
Please.
Don't tell Annalise.
JUDGE NANJANI: Mr.
Attorney General, Ms.
Keating I have reviewed all the evidence.
And aside from the vague personal attacks on Ms.
Keating's character, it's my belief that the Commonwealth did not bring sufficient evidence to this court today to prevent me from ruling in Ms.
Keating's favor.
I am therefore certifying this class action.
Court dismissed.
(GAVEL BANGS) ASHER: What I'm about to say is not because I agree with this plan or because I've forgiven Michaela because I haven't but because of Wes.
What happened to him was I'm in.
You sure? Yeah.
Who's gonna save all your butts when this goes wrong? Let's make a plan.
So, the party's tomorrow night? We're not using Tegan's key card.
You don't know this woman.
She's probably been burying bodies for my father this whole time, literally.
Then she's gonna be smart enough to know who stole her key card.
- Prom Queen's right.
- No.
There's got to be another partner's card we can steal.
I don't know any other partners.
FRANK: Oli? You must've made a friend or two.
Um, I want to go on record as saying that I think this is a horrible solution and we're gonna go to hell if we do it.
We're already going to hell.
What is it? We have to use Tegan's card to get into the server room.
I-I said no! We just say someone else stole it.
- Who? - Simon.
- I hate that guy.
- We all do.
And I just got access to his computer and all of his passwords in order to help him not get deported, so yeah, we're gonna go to hell.
This is a first step for our plaintiffs, all of whom have been treated unfairly by an over-burdened justice system.
And now the governor's office is gonna have to defend themselves at trial.
You're fighting this fight all alone.
That can't be easy.
Oh, but I haven't been alone.
I couldn't have gotten through today without the help of Mr.
Walsh here.
And now he'll answer the rest of your questions.
- W-Where are you going? - None of your business.
You got this.
WOMAN: How did such a young man become involved in Ms.
Keating's class action? Um well - LAUREL: Open your mouth.
- Excuse me? Do you want to wait until the baby comes out to see who he looks like? Neither do I.
Open up.
You don't have to do this for me.
I know.
Oh-oh This is a dream state Michaela? Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh What is this? My $20,000 Vera Wang bespoke wedding gown.
I know.
Why? I thought about what you said and Oh, my God.
Are Are you about to propose? No! Okay, then what is behind your back? This! I'm not proposing.
I mean, I love you.
But we're a mess and not ready for marriage, especially if we're all about to go through with this stupid Antares plan.
So you admit the plan is stupid.
Of course! We're all crazy.
But we're doing it.
For Laurel and Wes and everything that's right in the world.
Okay, my point is, this is how you know I love you and our life together and not any life that came before that.
Wait, wait.
Was it really 20 grand? Just let me do this.
(EXHALES SHARPLY) Oh-oh (SCREAMING) Yeah! Haa! (GRUNTS) Out of the dark day - You missed a few spots.
- Into the brighter night There and there.
Yeah, that's right.
Sauce it up.
I don't want to see a patch of white by the time that bottle's done.
Yeah.
Take that, Aiden! I'm the new boo in town.
Hey.
So it looks like I'll be able to deconstruct the virus by Friday.
Oh, thank God.
I thought I was gonna have to ask you to marry me for citizenship.
No need.
Uh, see you tomorrow.
(BEEP) How do we feel? (EXHALES DEEPLY) Connor? How do we feel in that photograph? And how do we feel it again? Get in.
How do we feel? Oh-oh-oh Ooh, how do we feel in that photograph? Come in.
And how do we feel it again? (LOCK CLICKS) You perjured yourself on that stand.
No.
Of course I run the risk of relapsing.
You of anyone knows that.
But you lied.
Why? You've repeatedly stated that you felt this case was the one thing that was holding you together.
I weighed the factors, and I determined that losing this hearing would endanger your sobriety - more than anything else.
- Bull.
It was my professional medical opinion.
Are you using again? Heroin or something else? Why are you asking me that? No.
- So you are.
- No! I promise you.
Where's this coming from, Annalise? That why you left me? You were concerned that I was unfit to help you? Annalise, I Talk to me.
Come on.
Talk to me.
(SNIFFLES) Sam told me it was in my head.
That that was a story that I was told as a little girl that I kept telling myself.
It's why I fell in love with him, because he made me believe that I wasn't the problem.
And I was so relieved.
But, Isaac it just keeps happening.
What does? I hurt people.
You think you're hurting me? The baby, Sam, Wes.
You didn't make those things happen! I want to believe you.
So bad.
There is no one person that has that kind of power.
Tell me the truth.
Am I triggering you? No.
Who told you that? Annalise, tell me.
Who Annalise.
Who? Tell me.
W-Was it Bonnie? Bonnie? You don't need to protect her.
No, I'm n I'm not.
She's only trying to hurt you.
It's not Bonnie.
It's not Bonnie.
It's your ex-wife.
CONNOR: I owe you an apology.
When my dad was in town, he told me that he didn't think that you were the right guy for me.
What? I was so nice to him.
He's a moron, Oli.
And wrong.
(SIGHS) Because I am so happy right now to the point that I'm calling my sister just to tell her how happy I am.
(CHUCKLES) And that's never happened before.
That's because of you.
So, uh (CHUCKLES) This is a twisty-tie that I took off our loaf of bread, which speaks to one of the reasons I love you.
Because you're a gay man who eats bread and encourages me to eat bread, too.
(LAUGHS) You let me be me, but you make me a better version of me.
And I never thought that I could be this guy.
And I don't want to wait anymore.
(CHUCKLES) I want you.
Marry me, Oliver Hampton.
Marry me so I can spend the rest of my life trying to make you as happy as you make me.
Uh I'm sorry.
What? I've been lying to you.
We know who killed Wes.
(RADIO CHATTER) (MONITOR BEEPING RAPIDLY) Give me more O-neg and platelets, stat! - Where's my baby?! - Shh.
Shh.
(MONITOR BEEPING RAPIDLY) WOMAN: BP is dropping! MAN: Where's the Epi? - Where's the suspect? - Jail.
(MONITOR BEEPING RAPIDLY) (SOBBING) WOMAN: O2 stats are dropping! (MONITOR BEEPING RAPIDLY) - He's in V-fib! - Start CPR! Is he dead? (FLAT LINE)