- Admit it. - Ms. Keating.
Admit you killed Trisha Stanley
and had my client, David Allen,
set up for her murder.
That is enough! Do you hear me?
You say another word,
and I'll have no choice but to throw you in jail.
If I wanted to be her before...
That's not something she can teach us.
Here's a question -- if she gets disbarred,
does it go on our records, too?
Will the defendant please rise?
Ms. Keating, may I say, we are beyond dismayed
by the conduct you've exhibited here today.
You've operated with blatant disrespect
for this court and its protocols,
and your argument, when isolated from all the bluster,
seems to consist entirely of speculation.
The case against your client
seems to be built on the same ground,
Rooted singularly in an eyewitness testimony
that we no longer have faith in.
As a result, it is our recommendation
that the District Attorney's Office open an investigation
into the actions of Senator Trucco
and the state's original witness, Linda Morelli.
Now, Mr. Allen...
We have no choice but to vacate the judgment...
...conviction, and sentence of death,
and prohibit a re-trial.
You are a free man.
Let me know what you have.
For dinner tonight.
Go be with your family.
Oh, my baby.
You wanted to see me?
There's been a major development in Rebecca's case.
The police found new evidence that Griffin killed Lila
because she was dating another man.
After receiving an anonymous tip,
detectives searched Mr. O'Reilly's car
and discovered a cellphone
believed to belong to Lila Stangard.
- I need you to do something else for me. - Whatever you need.
Have your guy clear any source of where the photos came from...
phone number, identifying information.
He can do that, correct?
- I'll make sure. - Be 100% sure.
Police are reporting the cellphone may contain
evidence of a relationship that Lila Stangard
was having with an individual other than Griffin O'Reilly.
Our sources report there may be even photos
that support a theory that Lila broke
the couple's virginity pact,
giving O'reilly a motive in Miss Stangard's murder.
According to police, they're --
What about your husband?
That's my concern, not yours.
Go tell Rebecca it's safe to come home.
Frank has the address where she's staying.
"Whatever it takes."
Isn't that what you said?
God, you're such a klutz.
I got this, Frank.
-没关系的 -不 这有关系
- It's okay. - No, it's not okay.
I didn't want to have to say this,
but I'm not into you,
and it's not just because we work together.
So you have to stop.
Let's keep this professional.
Otherwise I'm gonna have to tell Annalise.
I'm not going to. I just --
Yeah, you're not into me.
You don't have to say it twice.
I don't get it.
Did you read it?
What the hell is she doing?
She's defending you.
- None of this is true. - But it's good for you.
You never had the phone,
and now Griffin has a motive.
If he knew Lila was cheating on him --
- He didn't. - You don't know that.
We both do.
I mean, h-- how are you okay with this?
'Cause you told me you didn't do it.
And unless you're lying to me...
I don't think you should go to jail
for something you didn't do.
No one's ever believed in me like this before.
Let her defend you.
According to police,
they're now seeking additional evidence,
hoping to identify the man in the photos
on Miss Stangard's cellphone.
Is this man possibly a new suspect?
Or is it the proof prosecutors needed
to show Mr. O'reilly
had motive for killing his girlfriend?
I was hoping I'd get to be the first one to tell you.
You like the new wallpaper?
It's the only thing left that tied you to the photo.
Unless of course there's someone else out there
knows what your penis looks like.
Why you doing all this for me?
I'm not angry. I just...
- don't... - I need you.
Don't you get that?
After everything you've done to me, lying to me,
screwing that girl,
I need you.
I need you.
I need you.
I need you.
And I love you.
I love you, too.
I'll fill you in on the next steps of your case.