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Before How to Get Away With Murder’s final season got underway, I made a prediction that Tegan, Nate and Bonnie would all meet their makers — in that order! — before the series finale aired. And based on the events of Thursday’s episode, those deaths suddenly seem more plausible than ever.
Trio - Center - Stage - Episode - Nate
The aforementioned trio took center stage in Episode 8, as they finally brought Nate Sr.’s death to trial. But before the hour was through, one of them wound up in the hospital and learned a life-changing truth — and it’s unclear which incident caused more pain. Read on for the details of “I Want to Be Free”:
TRIAL AND ERROR | The matter of Nate Sr.’s death finally reaches a courtroom in this episode, but the trial itself has more twists than a pack of Twizzlers — and that’s mostly Annalise’s doing. As you’ll recall, Annalise and Frank are loath to let the trial proceed without intervening, because Bonnie and Nate could potentially learn that Miller was an innocent man. Thus, as the episode continues, Annalise does everything in her power to bring the trial to an end, all while pretending to be on Bonnie and Nate’s side.
Testimony - Bonnie - Attorney - General - Office
During her testimony, Bonnie urges the attorney general’s office to give Paula Gladden immunity; if she gets it, she can go on the stand herself and testify that Miller ordered the hit on Nate Sr. Frank is even willing to track down Paula again and re-spook her into continuing the lie that Miller facilitated Nate Sr.’s death.
But an enormous wrench is thrown into this plan when Bonnie gets into a car accident: While driving home from court one night, Bonnie reaches a red light, and the mysterious Castillo associate who’s...
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