|S1 E14 & E15|
I went to Catholic school for 12 years was even an alter server so this case-of-the-week was an interesting one for me personally. Are all priests pedophiles? No. But even I knew some that are now in jail thank God. Not my parish, but a close one near by. Actually, Philadelphia had a huge scandal because the previous Archbishop was moving real pedophiles from parish to parish. Sickening isn't it? So that much is true in the story. Anyway I told this story because I couldn't stand how the priest would sin by killing a man, but wouldn't sin all the way by telling what he heard during confession. Actually, he already broke it when he told Annalise, so that made no sense right there. He changes his plea (again) so the whole case was pointless and he was guilty anyway so whatever.
What was happening with Wes and Rebecca was way more interesting. Wes and Rebecca did not trust each other so when they were having sex, I just said to myself, "How can you guys stand each other right now?" Lying every time they said, "I love you." I don't know what's worse, their first sex/autopsy scene or this one. In the end, Rebecca got info on the school's policeman who saw them that night. Silly Rebecca, don't you know threatening lawyers who have nothing to lose and everything to gain if you're out of the picture is a bad idea? I must be watching too much The Walking Dead because I thought they killed her, which would be more interesting if they did. TWD is making me think evil things.
Okay after watching the 2nd part, it turns out someone did end up killing her. I'm not as evil as I thought I was. Bye-bye Rebecca. I swear Katie Findlay gets murdered in every show she goes on now. She's the female version of Sean Bean. So we find out Rebecca isn't the murderer and she finally told the truth that she was in the tank which is why she was wet that night. She honestly should have told Annalise this in the beginning because Annalise goes that extra mile to save her clients. She would have gotten off and be alive, but now she's dead. Everyone was right to suspect Sam killing Lila because he did, not directly, but you are still held accountable if you call a hit on someone. Once I saw that he called it in, I knew Frank was the killer. I'm not a hitman my ass. I'm glad Annalise didn't tell the kids Rebecca was murdered. They're already freaked as it is. I'm guessing this time they'll use the incinerator to dispose of the body and I swear, the Keating house is a deathtrap.
In other news, Bonnie and Asher are still as cute as ever. They are just night and day and I love it. Connor and his boyfriend got HIV-tested. Connor is negative, but Oliver isn't. I'm pretty sure Connor is still going to stick around. Always use protection people. Michaela turned down Aiden's mother to get back with his son. I thought it was because he met some ratchet ass female, but no, he was just getting to know his gay side and mama was not having it. As for Nate, I believe he will take Annalise on her offer. We'll have to wait and see next fall.
Now there's a new murder to solve. Who killed
I'm still wondering if Sam's sister is going to be a threat since the actress is getting a new show. It would be weird for her to just up and disappear when she's been watching every move Annalise makes. I swear, I can't keep up with how many times The Keating Gang change their stories. If I was the prosecutor I wouldn't believe anything they said.
This season finale was definitely a step up from the midseason finale. I'm glad I stuck with it. I can't wait for season 2. September is so far away.
P.S. Who did Rebecca text? Eggs 911? Is this text correction at work? And what's with Annalise and Wes? I highly doubt Annalise is Wes's mother unless she lived in Haiti, but there's definitely something. I just don't know what.