I said I would get help after exams.
You need to help your boss prove her husband's a murderer,
so you don't have time to worry about yourself right now.
I get it.
So, that guy who was here the other night,
the one with the biceps, he wasn't here last night.
When you were having your drug-induced breakdown?
And you don't get to ask me
about who I'm dating right now, so...
Right. So, you two are dating, then?
He got back together with his ex,
some underwear model or --
You don't get to know any of this.
Finally -- here we go.
According to Speedy-pass,
he took I-95 up to New Haven on the 28th
and returned September 4th.
What about the night of the 29th?
Maybe he paid cash at the tolls or took the train.
He checked his car out of the hotel garage.
Maybe he drove to the train station.
His credit-card receipts don't have him buying a ticket.
There might be another way to track him.
Most phones record wherever you go,
so if Sam backed up his phone to the laptop,
there could be data showing
he was at the sorority house that night.
Bonnie, I want you to go down to the Police Station
to retrieve Sam's laptop.
Take Mr. Millstone with you for backup.
So, I know there's a lot of crazy stuff going down right now.
You're not doing this here.
I'm just saying I can't stop thinking about last night.
Did your boss give you the okay?
Sorry, the records say the laptop's being held
pending review by D.A. Parks' office.
Okay, Wendy Parks is on record
saying Sam Keating isn't a suspect here.
She's only keeping it so she can bury evidence
she knows will weaken her case.
Hey, I'm just the weekend guy.
Asher just texted me.
Bonnie wasn't able to get the laptop, which is good.
That means the D.A. probably thinks
there's something on it
that'll hurt their case against Rebecca.
Or, dumbass, it means that we don't have any evidence
to place Sam at the murder scene,
which means no one will believe that he's on the run,
which means we become suspects.
"Crime and punishment"
The guilt eats away at him until he goes cray,
and then he turns himself in.
No one here is Raskolnikov.
Look, I'm just saying that we should get drunk,
enjoy our last days of freedom before Annalise gives us up.
- How would Annalise know anything? - I don't know.
I mean, maybe Laurel told her boyfriend.
I didn't tell Frank, okay?
And Wes is right. No one knows anything.
Except the campus cop, right -- I mean the one that saw us
carrying the body out of the house -- he knows some stuff.
Everyone needs to calm down.
Let's just focus on this case like we would any other.
Our case is a wash. We have nothing.
You do know that I'm sitting right here, right?
Here's the thing -- even if we can prove
that Lila was pregnant with Sam's baby,
that's not a motive.
It is if she told him she was gonna have it.
Which we have no proof of!
Lila asked me what clinic I get my birth control at.
She was pregnant, idiot.
She clearly wasn't on birth control.
No, but she asked me the week that she died,
when she would have already known she was pregnant.
Lila would have been weird about getting an abortion.
Maybe Sam wanted her to get one.
That's why she asked about the clinic.
That would prove motive, right?
What's the name of the clinic?
The Weisenstock Women's Clinic.
This is a boondoggle, your honor.
She's dragged us in here on a weekend
in order to get Miss Sutter and Mr. O'Reilly's case thrown out
and implicate her husband in the murder of Lila Stangard.
Is this true, Ms. Keating?
I recently found out
that my husband was having an affair with Miss Stangard.
I'm running a DNA test
to prove that he's the father of her baby.
Regardless, the fact is,
is that Miss Stangard went to an abortion clinic.
A women's clinic that happens to do abortions.
If we could obtain the records from that appointment --
records that are permitted disclosure under HIPAA --
they'll prove intent.
If you were able to show me compelling evidence
beyond mere conjecture.
很抱歉 基廷女士 但我不能批准你的请求
I'm sorry, Ms. Keating, but I'm denying your request.
-法官大人 -回家吧 安娜丽丝
- Your honor -- - Go home, Annalise.
And take care of yourself.
Careful who you show your crazy to.
Their questions were what you'd expect --
About us, our history.
Pretty standard for the most part.
For the most part?
I'm a cop, Annalise.
You don't think I can ignore the fact
that you were with me at the same time Sam went missing?
You think I know something?
I'm an idiot if I don't ask.
I...came to you because I needed you.
He's the monster, not me.
I just --
I needed to hear you say it.
I'm so scared.