All the previews and trailers have promised that tonight’s episode of How to Get Away with Murder season 2 is “totally, completely insane” (amongst a few other colorful words).
Cray-cray. Berserk. Nuts. Those three words have all been used to describe tonight’s episode of How to Get Away with Murder season 2. The synopsis and the sneak peeks don’t necessarily come off as insane, but we can only imagine that’s because they want to save the truly crazy parts of this episode for the fans that tune in at 10 p.m.
We do know that Asher figures something out, and (if you check out the sneak peek below) it does not go over well with Frank, Annalise, and/or Bonnie. The list of things that Asher could have found out that would put all the senior law professionals on edge is about a mile long, but we are eager to figure out exactly how in-the-know Asher Millstone is now.
We also know that Wes is going to have an “explosive confrontation” with someone over his investigation into Rebecca’s disappearance, and we can’t help but hope that this is the episode Wes finally learns about Rebecca’s demise. It’s been long enough, and we are ready to see his reaction to her death.
Check out the synopsis, stills, and sneak peeks below and get yourselves ready for tonight’s totally bonkers episode of How to Get Away with Murder season 2.
“Asher discovers not everything is what it seems when you work for Annalise. Meanwhile, Frank is presented with a situation that hits close to home, and Wes’ search to find out more about Rebecca’s disappearance culminates into an explosive confrontation.”
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