We've got a walk-in who claims she needs a lawyer
for a D.U.I. incident.
You think it's press?
Rubbernecker, more likely.
Do you want me to get rid of her?
No. We can use some fun around here.
What precinct gave you the D.U.I.?
-Excuse me? - D.U.Is are issued
with paperwork from the precinct that pulled you over.
You don't have it?
Can we talk alone?
No, because I don't believe you.
Have you got a good enough look yet
at the house where the Middleton strangler lived?
God, I missed this place.
No, that's not why I...
I don't care about what your husband did.
- I'm here for you. - I see.
So you want to see the freak
that sold out her husband up close, huh?
No, I don't think you're a freak.
I want to do what you did.
I'm no role model. You need to leave.
Please. I don't have anybody else.
That's not my problem.
I think you're gonna want to take my case.
I've already decided I don't.
My husband's holding two girls captive in our basement.
Best christmas ever.
Don't have to eat dry turkey or pretend that uncle Ray
isn't ripped on scotch and looking at us inappropriately.
Christmas card for Rudy.
Why wouldn't his relatives know he doesn't live here anymore?
I don't know.
Maybe he's like us.
- He ever say that to you? - No.
I hardly ever talked to him.
- No. - All right.
Oh, it's from his grandma!
Oh, and she's very generous.
We can get beer with dinner now.
She'll think he still lives here unless we return it.
You did better last night.
I only had to wake you once.
Let's have ice cream for breakfast.
I freaking love an orphan's Christmas.
I ran away when I was 16, slept on the street.
He said he would look out for me.
So we got married,
but I could never get pregnant.
Then he showed up with Rachel,
and I didn't know what to do.
I just knew I didn't want him to hurt her the way he hurt me.
Then Lynn came.
She's pregnant again, about to deliver.
Last time, the baby died. So this time...
That's why I'm here.
That can't happen again.
Call the D.A.
Tell them that we want to make a plea deal.
She's helping lock girls in a basement.
- Why would we want to protect her? - Did you hear her?
She was 16 when she met him.
She's a victim of his abuse, too.
But she's an adult now
who held those two girls captive in her own house.
And she's finally doing the right thing.
Have none of you ever done anything bad
that you need a lawyer for?
Sometimes your client wants to plead guilty.
And it doesn't happen often, but when it does,
You have to make sure you get them
the best plea deal possible.
What are you looking for?
Accessory after the fact, no jail time,
Treatment for medical and psychological conditions.
Well, that's gonna be hard
without even giving us her name, Annalise.
There are two girls rotting in a basement,
one of whom's about to give birth
if that man doesn't beat her to death first.
Give us a deal. Then we bring her in.
If the D.A. agrees to the terms of the plea deal,
then it's your job to make sure
that every word out of your client's mouth
is an element that you use in their defense.
I did what I could to protect them,
cooked for them, cleaned their clothes.
I loved them...
In spite of him.
Of course, there's no guaranteeing
that the prosecutor will keep up their end of the bargain,
which is why you record everything
your client says in the room.
Last time, he wouldn't let us go to a hospital,
and our little girl was stillborn.
I can't let that happen again.
Lynn deserves to keep this one.
I need someone to know the truth...
...so the girls can finally be safe.
They deserve to be safe.
I was just meeting with Detective Amos.
He mentioned that you were here,
working on your "House of horrors" case.
Have you looked at the evidence yet?
Making my way through it.
Well, once you do, let me know what you think.
They have a lead on Sam.
A police officer's wife called from Upstate New York.
And said she thinks she saw him at a rest stop.
No one told you?
I guess they think you have your hands full with your case.
I'll talk to Amos, see what he knows.
不 不 不
No, no, no, no, no.