Who is Dwight Halpern on How to Get Away with Murder? Let’s just say that he may be a character very important to the mythology.
Or, think of things this way: Dwight is Michaela’s father. On this past episode of the show, we learned a little bit more about Dwight. Yet, on tonight’s new episode, we had a chance to see Michaela do what she could in order to be super-eager to get a handful of results. She wanted to be able to see him and she was doing just about everything that she could in order to make that happen.
One of the things that we wonder about, on some sort of silly level, is whether or not the name is meant to be an homage to The Office — think about this as a combination of Dwight Shrute with then also Jim Halpert, John Krasinski’s character on the show. Sure, the last name is slightly different … but we think there’s still a connection.
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The unfortunate twist at the end of the episode was that Dwight Halpern was dead … and that Michaela wasn’t going to have an opportunity to actually see her at all. She’s going to hold onto that anger now and hold that against Annalise … which may be why she is being questioned in the flash-forwards over what happened to her. Did Michaela kill her? We have a hard time believing that, too, just because of all of the timing of the information we got tonight.
In the end, we know that the biggest mystery within this season is what happened to Annalise at the end of the day — just think in terms of those flash-forwards and what we saw with the body. Yet, there were some big moments, including the dismissal of Bonnie. Is she done? It feels that way at the moment.
What did you think about tonight’s How to Get Away with Murder episode overall?
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