Corpses start to pile up on How To Get Away With Murder, new theories about the season-long mystery emerge, meanwhile we have the privilege to explore what really happened that night. The the debut season of the show was marvellous & 2-hour season finale was no exception, we were left wanting more of professor Annalise Keating & the 'Keating Five'.
Becca should have known better, always be honest with your lawyers, specially if they got their hands dirty for saving your life. She was so mysterious whether or not she killed Lila, that's why she got what she deserved by being tied up & kidnapped.
I always like how Asher is so clueless about what the gang & Annalise are up to when he is screwing the hell out of Bonnie. Even tough he's so pretentious, he was truly worried about Frank telling Annalise about their affair. What let me wondering a lot what was she was saying about her knowing something compromising he did, so he'll keep quiet. I didn't know that she knew something of value, since she used to be so irrelevant, hope that she reveals the dirt she has on Frank any time soon.
The reveal of Frank being Lila's true killer came as a shocker for me, because I didn't see that one coming. I know he's the guy you call when you want to take care of things, but I thought Lila was killed by Rebecca, since everyone was making it pretty obvious. For instance, I'm glad that Sam was not murdered by a confusion, he's the intellectual killer of Lila, he called the shots, technically speaking it was he's fault too, so rot in hell Sam!
At the end, the cliffhangers were establishing themselves one by one, because they want us for sure to tune in when the show return on the fall. To begin with, Laurel as envious as she is, revealed to
Michaela that she had her ring all along, but she wanted her to worry & stick to the plan. What a b*tch! , a cat fight is coming on season 2, no doubts about it. Secondly, karma pointed in the wrong way when it choose Oliver to be the one with AIDS & not the slutty Connor. It came fast & we did not see it coming, emotional struggle is on the cards. Thirdly, Nate believed Annalise & called the lawyer she recommended, are we gonna meet another flawless female lawyer or a future murderer that will get away with it? Fourthly, with Becca death, what repercussions her death will bring to the group? specially with 'Eggs 911' out in the open. Who's her killer? for God's sake, are we gonna have a murder per season format?
The verdict from the 2-hour season finale of How to Get Away with Murder reflects the impact it had on me as a viewer, as well as plot-related issues.