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She's a Murderer 

A stunning discovery in Sam's murder case leads to changes for Annalise and the students, while their latest case is a complex one involving the mob.

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Bill D'Elia

Writers:

Peter Nowalk (created by), Erika Harrison
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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
Peter Onorati ... Leo Lombardo
Michael McGrady ... AUSA Hobbs
Karl Makinen ... Paul Lombardo
April Parker-Jones ... Detective Claire Bryce (as April Parker Jones)
Hector Luis Bustamante ... Pedro Hortua
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A stunning discovery in Sam's murder case leads to changes for Annalise and the students, while their latest case is a complex one involving the mob.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 February 2015 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Goofs

Annalise has no grounds for advancing an entrapment defense. Entrapment occurs when a defendant is induced by law enforcement to commit a crime that he was otherwise not pre-disposed to commit. Annalise's client was clearly pre-disposed to smuggle drugs, as he had already placed them in his container well ahead of police action. See more »

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References The Godfather (1972) See more »

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Performed by Nostalghia
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Silly, desperate, wannabe clever.
7 March 2015 | by cintia-tavaresSee all my reviews

First review ever, but I found this episode so awful that I couldn't help myself. So here we go...

Shonda Rhymes has a big inclination for over the top drama and this is no exception. The main character, Annalise, is not a likable character at all; she is ruthless and pathetic at the same time, in a bipolar kind of way. She's supposed to be this intellectual black Law Professor, but in all of her court room scenes she shouts and bullies her way to victory in a very inelegant manner. To worsen things she is heartless, sees no ends to her means, and then cries about it at night, which in itself is contradictory and shows flaws in the portray of the character (Not by the actress but by the writers). I liked this series at the beginning I must say. I didn't love it but I found it to be fun, but after episode 10 it went downhill. The 'twist' in this particular episode is ever so disappointing. Unpredictable? Yes, but only because it is so desperate. Moreover, I am black, but this whole 'black sass' that Shonda Rhymes insists to force on us in both 'How to get Away with Murder' and 'Scandal' is getting old and it is cheap and over dramatic and portrays powerful black women in a despicable way. I find it humiliating. I won't give this episode a less score because I am watching the next episodes to find out what happens and I am hopeful I will get some answers and explanations to the many questions I have got and some other things I am confused about.


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