What’s coming up on How to Get Away with Murder season 6 episode 5? We’ve got another installment airing next week! This one is entitled “We’re All Gonna Die,” and just based on that alone, there’s a reason for a chill to go down your spine. This sounds like a line that Annalise Keating would say, doesn’t it?
Through this episode, we’re going to have a chance to flash back to Annalise’s early days in order to figure out more of who she really is. It’s fascinating that we can learn new things about a character like her six seasons in, but isn’t that in some ways a big part of the fun? We like to think so.
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Below, CarterMatt has the full How to Get Away with Murder season 6 episode 5 synopsis with some other news on what’s ahead:
During therapy, a young Annalise is forced to acknowledge a very emotional and pivotal reality that makes her admit a hard truth. Meanwhile, Frank’s recent peril leads to a new secret revealed about Laurel’s disappearance. Elsewhere in an attempt to get to know her father, Michaela accepts an offer to work alongside him but quickly learns that it’s not all that it’s cracked up to be.
Through this episode, we’re looking forward to the chance to explore more of Michaela’s backstory, in addition to maybe getting some answers when it comes to what’s going on with Laurel. Her status has been a mystery from the very beginning of this season and while Karla Souza may no longer be a series regular, we are still hoping that she ends up emerging before the end of the season. She’s got a story to tell and regardless of the episode’s title, we don’t want to see any character pass away. We also don’t want to believe Annalise is dead.
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