And Michaela regains her power …
How to Get Away with Murder this week put Michaela’s life on track, but it brought problems for Connor, who gets tangled up with Hector’s dramas … It seems that nothing will be easy this last year, and the worst is dragging on.
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Michaela led a case and managed to get a woman to do better than she should before the judge. The case was cool, it talked about how far people can go to survive and racism, only they mixed with Gabriel and Vivian, and the plot lost some of its effect.
Vivian seeing Michaela defending the client, connected the whole situation to Sam’s death, but I found a very weak connection that she made, which was very annoying, only that Gabriel seeing what his mother is doing, assumes for her that he killed Paul. She, fearing for her son, decides to drop her aid to the FBI, and they threaten her, but she makes it clear that she will have Annalize defending her if they do something.
Connor took Hector to see his mother Marisol and created problems with ICE, which forces Tegan to join the game and ask his wife for help to release the lawyer, and still leave the boy with his mother. The problem is that if on one side she helps and gets closer to Annalize, Nate gets complicated.
With Bonnie away from the prosecution and the FBI wanting to help in the Miller case, Nate wants to know who orchestrated his father’s death, and the agency wants Tegan and Annalise, will he hand them over? I doubt it.
And finally, we had Frank getting very close to Laurel, but being removed by the “family”. Still very confused by the plot that they want to draw with Laurel, but it is even more dragged and it does not arrest us anymore.
Let’s see what How to Get Away with Murder show us further ahead …