Can something or someone be predictable and intense at the same time? I guess it is possible, especially with this show. That’s exactly how I felt about the winter finale. Here are some thoughts:
- Connor— He was never really a favorite of mine throughout the series. But he’s actually grown on me this season. He was the voice of reason that no one wanted to hear. I wish so desperately that someone listened to him and aborted this insane revenge plan. Things could’ve turned out differently.
- The Elevator Birth Scene– This scene definitely burned into my memory, not in the good way. It was too scary, sad and intense. Top notch acting from Viola Davis and Karla Souza. I had to fast-forward the scene because it was too much to stomach. I was so relieved when the baby started crying. But I’m also worried about him and Annalise. I’m afraid she’ll start drinking again and the baby will be kidnapped by Laurel’s evil father.
- World’s Dumbest Death Scene– Connor was on my list as the top victim at first. But as time went on, I started thinking maybe he wouldn’t be the victim, after all. Connor was nowhere near happy in this episode, so that meant he was safe. Simon Drake has been a throne in Keating people’s sides for more than a year. He was a mild threat to them. Once Simon confessed his feelings for Oliver, that’s when I knew for sure. He was a goner. But the way the death scene happened was so dumb. The first time I saw it, it made my stomach jump. But looking back, I think it could’ve been done better.
- Annalise and Isaac– Is it bad that I actually want the two of them to be together? Sure, this relationship would be a complete and utter disaster that would possibly ruin them both. But they do seem to care greatly for each other. They would make a believable, albeit toxic pair. Sadly, an Annaleve reunion isn’t in the cards. I don’t want her back together with Nate. (Why is Nate still on the show again?)
- Incomplete– Despite everything that happened in this episode, it still felt very incomplete. None of the flashback scenes were shown in the episode. We still don’t know what going to happen to baby Wes. But one thing is certain: Those brats had better not blame Annalise for their problems anymore. She has always looked out for them, whether she wanted to or not. They are way more than capable of causing their own problems. Mommy will end up cleaning up this mess too. Sadly, the only way she’ll ever be free of these freaks is if they’re dead. They should kill off everybody except Annalise and the baby. Find a way to bring Wes back from the dead. Then the three can live somewhat happily-ever-after.
Oh well. Until next time……
Man, this show is like a drug. You know it’s bad for you, but you just can’t help yourself. I watched the latest episode of How to Get Away with Murder a few hours ago. And I had a bunch of theories bouncing around in my head. Who is the victim? Who is the killer? Is there even a killer or victim? Here are a few guesses……
- Possible Victim#1: Connor. One of the few highlights of the season is Connor, surprisingly enough. He usually tap-dances on my last nerves with his whining and constant complaining. But he’s been…..okay so far. He’s matured a little this season. His depression over not working was understandable. As were his daddy issues. He and Annalise actually made a formidable team. Who knew that would happen? He seems like he’s very happy for once. But happy people never last on this show. Plus, Connor’s whereabouts for that night are still unknown. Which means he’ll likely die…….
- Possible Victim #2 : Simon. Everyone knows Simon, one of the latest thorns in Former Keating Students’ sides. Always around for a scornful remark or holier-than-thou attitude. He is so annoying! Why he even here? Maybe he finally insults the wrong person and pays for it with his life? From the looks of the latest promo, whatever happens happens at the party. Maybe the killer is another coworker…
- Possible Victim #3: Nate. Speaking of useless characters, let’s talk about Nate. Like Connor and Simon, Nate’s location during that night is also unknown. Practically every time he’s appeared this season, it’s been about Annalise. Talking about her, obsessing over her. Usually with Bonnie. But Annalise looked pretty traumatized in the last few minutes of 406. Washing the blood off of her. Is it Nate’s blood? Did she see who killed him?
- Laurel. This season, I’ve officially jumped on the “I hate Laurel” bandwagon. They’ve assassinated her character so much, I don’t think anything can be done to make me like her again. As first I was excited about the “Justice for Wes” plot. I wanted–and still want–someone to pay for murdering my poor Wes. But as we later find out, it isn’t about justice for Wes or for the baby. Why even bring up the paternity thing again?! Ugh!!! It’s all about her. And she’s endangering the lives of everyone around her, including Frank. But I don’t care about Frank. (Why is he even here again?). There’s a possibility that the blood in the elevator is Laurel’s. That she went into labor and/or had the baby in there. But there were drugs in her system, right? Annalise lost her son all those years ago. PTSD flashback?
- Asher. Asher is basically the new Connor in some ways. He’s gotten more annoying this season, I initially thought. But then his behavior is warranted. Michaela has kept him out of the loop for most of the season. You’re not supposed to do that with someone you care about. Plus, Asher is always out of the loop! That sucks. Anyways, back to Murder Night (?) 4. I don’t think Asher hurt anyone this time. I think he just witnessed it. Maybe one of the powers that be at the party caught him with Tegan’s key card. That’s why he’s in jail.
- Tegan. It better not be her. That’s all I’ll say about that.
Those are my thoughts about next week. Until next time…….