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No consensus yet.
HTGAWM is sort of like Clue-it has to be somebody in the room, but nobody knows who did it. Can't wait to find out who our Mr. Body is.
The juxtaposition revolving around the priest case was very well done. Unlike Annalise and Company, here was a man who decided to take the consequences of committing a crime (no matter how justified). Nice work by Tom Everett Scott.
Honestly, it was a pretty decent case of the week but it was hard to concentrate on that when everything else was just so much more intriguing.
And maybe that crystallizes the real takeaway from this season: Whose story are you buying? Smart money will always be on Annalise, because she's the most formidable one in any room here.
The two-part installment was a doozy... the big bombshell revelations about who killed Lila and why Rudy went crazy, and a gut-punch to the best romantic relationship on television.
I know my grades would have you believe otherwise, but I really do love this show in a sort of twisted way. It makes me angry, but it also surprises me from time to time. And Viola Davis stays giving one of the best performances on television.