How to Get Away with Murder | 6 × 07 – I’m the Murderer

 How to Get Away with Murder |  6 × 07 - I'm the Murderer

How to Get Away with Murder turns his attention to Governor Birkhead, even though Annalise sets up so that Tegan does not continue with Frank’s process. Meanwhile, the youth dramas continue to focus on one at a time …

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Annalize, worried about getting attention and wanting to stay out of trouble, decides that she will no longer continue with Nate’s revenge, and with that she asks Frank to scare Tegan and make her give up the process, only that Bonnie ends up pulling for the problem itself. And at the end of the episode, with Bonnie entering the roles, Birkhead finds out and asks his men to go in with everything to find out the rotten lawyer.

Gabriel took the first chair to solve the dramas of a teacher who shot a student thinking that the boy was going to do a massacre in the classroom, only that he was wrong to carry a gun in a school environment, and the boy would not cause any risk. Asher talked a lot about his feelings in this episode, due to the professor’s suicidal desire, but in the end it was repressed relationships that made him act.

In this matter of speaking the truth, Michaela ends up being in the middle of the fight between Asher and Gabriel, and she prefers to remain alone for a while, to continue in this dispute.

But Connor decides to open up to Oliver too and the two have a long chat. And it is in this conversation that we are concerned, because in the future, as we have seen so far, Tegan is already at the crime scene, Asher went to Bonnie all bloodied, Michaela and Connor are at the police station, Nate and Frank are seeing lawsuits, and now we have Oliver yelling at the police station that he is a murderer …

Finally things are moving forward, but they still take time to unfold, anxious to see how all this will connect. Only good thing that How to Get Away with Murder what is kept is this mystery and its construction, because some dramas still lack seasoning.