And that's when you went to the bonfire?
No, I went to Wes' for our study group first,
then we went.
In general, did you have much contact with Mr. Keating?
We worked out of his house, so...
if there's something you're not telling us...
Is Professor Keating gonna hear any of this?
Anything that's said in here is between us.
Sometimes Mr. Keating would...
look at me.
Look at you?
In a sexual way.
Please, don't tell Professor Keating about this.
I don't know what she would do.
Do you think Sam really ran away?
I mean, we are talking about Annalise.
Who knows how true her story is
or if the police even believe it?
You saying you don't believe it?
Why are you asking?
不知道 可能是因为 你懂的
I don't know. I guess I'm just, you know,
trying to wrap my head around it,
just like everyone else.
It's not your job.
No one else is thinking clearly about this.
I think that we should go to the police, confess.
We're not talking about this here.
I'm trying to find a precedent
to convince a judge to give us access to Lila's clinic files.
Look, Rebecca was the one that broke in.
Wes was the one that gave the final blow.
Technically, Sam was still alive when you pushed him off...
I did not push him.
Look, I'm just saying that...
we can save ourselves.
Go to the D.A. and say that -- that we were in shock,
plead to a felony.
That means kissing the rest of our lives goodbye.
是啊 可是 事业并不会
Yeah, but -- not our careers.
Look, a felony conviction won't stop us
from sitting for the bar.
We still get to be lawyers.
Do you want to be married or go to jail?
- What's going on? - Nothing.
Just without the clinic files, we're totally screwed.
To say the least.
I just talked to Keegan, Griffin's lawyer.
He's agreed to sit on the sidelines for now.
Of course he has.
We're doing all of his work for him.
We haven't talked about how we left things.
Well, everything's changed.
We don't need to talk about it.
这会很艰难的 即使是对你来说 安娜丽丝
This has got to be hard, Annalise, even for you.
So I'm here if you ever need to talk.
Professor Keating, I think I found something.
The Weisenstock Women's Clinic
has surveillance cameras in their waiting room.
The Judge said hands off the medical clinic.
I know, but there's a precedent we can use --
Commonwealth v. G.P.
It says, "Observations of patients in clinics
are not communications and..."
"...therefore are not privileged,"
which means the physician-patient privilege
does not apply,
so I'd like to request a subpoena
for the security footage from the clinic's waiting room.
The law prohibits the intimidation of women
entering an abortion clinic.
There's a lesser expectation of privacy in a waiting room.
Your Honor, these clinics need to be in a protected zone.
Protected from outsiders
who object to what goes on within,
but it's not protection of those whose identities
can be known to anyone who walks in the door.
Women whose privacy will be violated due to this request --
No one's privacy will be violated.
I'm mandating that the footage only be viewed
in a secure room inside this courthouse.
See the bailiff for instructions, Ms. Keating.
Thank you, Your Honor.
You want me to go?
He's the father.
What the hell, Annalise?
No one's this relieved when they find out
their husband knocked up a dead girl,
not unless something's going on.
Talk to me.
That way I can help you.
Bonnie can never know.
I was just pre-gaming, you know,
putting on the war paint,
getting turnt up before the bonfire.
That's when I realized the trophy was gone.
A trophy Professor Keating gave to you.
She awarded it to me.
It's like the Stanley Cup of law school.
Why did you think you'd find Michaela
or the trophy at the Keating house?
I figured she was turning it in to get out of the exam,
which is a ballbuster, by the way,
and right around the corner,
so, my peeps, if we can hurry this up.
No one was at the house when you got there, right?
And you guys call me immature?
I'm, like, the most grown-up grown-up ever
compared to your dumb asses.
Which was weird
because Connor's S.U.V. was parked in the driveway.
Yeah, but nobody answered when you knocked?