10. Hello Raskolnikov
The police interrogation regarding Sam’s “disappearance” commences, and Annalise lies about the circumstances. In a flashback, she tells Wes that her husband deserved to die, and then instructs him on how to get rid of the body. He becomes her accomplice, the only one who knows that she knows. Annalise pins Stangard’s murder on Sam and drives everyone to prove a motive, which they all willingly do because it’s their only way out. The DNA results are out, implicating Sam. Annalise’s relieved reaction confuses Frank, who asks her for an explanation. She tells him the truth, and he later confronts Laurel about it, but she plays dumb. Connor persuades Michaela and Laurel to turn themselves in, but they find Annalise and Wes waiting for them in front of the police station. Now that they all know that she knows, she assures them that she will protect them. The charges against Rebecca and Griffin are dropped. Hannah Keating (Marcia Gay Harden), Sam’s sister, arrives in town, and tells the police that her brother is not a murderer.