Frank is back in Philadelphia, but Annalise doesn’t want him to be. If he’s back in town just one week before Annalise’s house goes up in flames, could he be the one under the sheet? Or is he the one that set the fire and killed whomever is under the sheet, framing Annalise by default?
First of all, Wes Gibbons is a little bitch.
The previous episode ended with the reveal that not only is he alive, but he’s also the one who turned himself into the cops to give them everything they need to lock up Annalise in exchange for immunity. How to Get Away with Murder Season 3 Episode 8, “No More Blood,” will surely address Wes’ betrayal, or rather see what exactly he’s telling them. It could all be a ploy, but it’s doubtful.
We’re surprised it was Wes and not Connor, but it makes sense. Wes is actually the one who murdered Sam; the rest of them are just accessories to murder, but Wes slammed him over the head with a trophy and convinced them all to help cover it up.
And he shot Annalise before being present at his biological father’s murder. Actually, Wes is the reason that any of them have to get away with murder.
Sure, Annalise’s life was a mess before she messed with any of the Keating 5, but no one had been killed, and she hadn’t been shot or thrown in prison. Her choice to let Wes into the class from the waitlist ruined them all.
Meanwhile, Frank Delfino is back in town, and now that Wes and Laurel are shacking up, stuff’s about to go down. Who’s her baby daddy? We still don’t know, but my bets are still on Frank. Their relationship is so twisted now that it would add the extra drama they need to reunite in the end. Plus, with Wes spilling all of their secrets, Laurel and Wes are going to be over faster than you can say, “Meggie.”
How to Get Away with Murder Season 3 Episode 8 airs Thursday at 10/9c on ABC.