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Annalise and Nate argue after a tip about Renee Atwood is exposed; the person under the sheet is revealed.

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Bill D'Elia

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Peter Nowalk (created by), Michael Foley | 3 more credits »
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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
Aja Naomi King ... Michaela Pratt
Matt McGorry ... Asher Millstone
Conrad Ricamora ... Oliver Hampton
Karla Souza ... Laurel Castillo
Charlie Weber ... Frank Delfino
Liza Weil ... Bonnie Winterbottom
Milauna Jackson ... A.D.A. Rene Atwood (as Milauna Jemai Jackson)
Mary J. Blige ... Hair Stylist #1
Brett Butler ... Trishelle
Corbin Reid ... Meggy Travers
Mark L. Taylor ... Vince Levin
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Annalise and Nate argue after a tip about Renee Atwood is exposed; the person under the sheet is revealed.

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English

Release Date:

17 November 2016 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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References Single White Female (1992) See more »

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Surrender
Written by Chris Corner
Performed by 'IAMX' (uncredited)
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Perfectly haunting
18 November 2016 | by lukas-ingelSee all my reviews

How to Get Away with Murder is a lot of things. It's intense scenes, hot scenes, sad scenes. OMG moments, WTF moments, suspension all the way. But this episode ends with something so different. I think the closest scenario we had to this was the death of a certain character in the season 1 finale, but this was just so incredibly, depressingly haunting.

Now, hours after having watched the episode, I still can't stop thinking about it. The scenes are set on replay in my head, and I feel very empty. All I have to say is what some amazing work there was done with both the writing, the acting, the music, the cinematography – and shout-out to the makeup artists. Damn, they did it well.

Whether or not you liked the reveal in the episode for whatever reason, I think we can all appreciate the work done here. It seems that they have been setting up for an even more emotional and even crazier ride, when the show returns again in (I think) January.


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