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Much like Viola Davis changed the face of women leads on network television, Annalise Keating can shift the whole energy of a room-and not just this room, or any room, but every room.
[The episode] makes the story feel implausible in a way that is not rectifiable. I will continue to watch due to the acting, dialogue... but this whole oversight makes the show not enter that top-tier level of greatness.
I'd be remiss to talk about this episode and not mention how utterly flawless Viola Davis is. Seriously though, is there anything she can't do?
And now that we know, well, Annalise Keating isn't going to let this game go so easy. No, sir! In this week's mid-season premiere, she's all about the orchestrating - and what unfolds is a thing of beauty.
Now, part two of the first season of How to Get Away with Murder is all about the clean-up. The consequences. The cover-up. The metaphorical Purell of it all.
This week's returning episode of How To Get Away With Murder attempts to use a lot of fancy editing to obscure the fact that it's mostly just an hour-long recap.