None of that's true.
Then why are you obsessing about Rudy? What is this?
Because it feels like
you're just trying to catch me in a lie,
and that means you don't trust me.
I do trust you.
I can still tell them it was all me.
- No. - He was on top of me.
He was going to kill me. It was self-defense.
I'm never gonna let you do that.
Well, what are we gonna do if we get caught?
Guess we'll figure it out when that happens.
If it happens.
So you're accusing us of having a criminal informant.
Really? That's your best strategy here?
My client's container was the only one inspected that night,
and the customs agents were miraculously available
minutes after the inspection.
If it walks like a duck...
Might as well give up now, Annalise,
because there's no C.I. here.
Fine -- you're gonna force me
to produce your spy in open court,
and destroy years of your investigation into this family.
You know, you're doing anjaw-jacking jaw-jacking for someone
who I hear is a prime suspect in her husband's murder.
- Notice I haven't been arrested. - Yet.
I also hear the police don't have much evidence on you.
Why don't we keep it that way, huh?
Sources tell us Sam Keating's remains
were placed in four separate garbage bags,
much like this one,
after they were severely burned and dismembered.
Police are compiling a list of local stores
that sell this brand of bag in the Philadelphia area,
hoping to provide a lead to the professor's killer.
You mean "The professor's idiot killer."
You treat people like trash, the fuzz gon' find yo' ass.
Turn it off.
The criminal informant angle is off the table.
If we could prove there's a C.I., I don't --
If I say it's off the table, it's off the table.
A friend at the court just called.
Detective Bryce is in the process of getting a warrant to search the house.
Hannah made a statement saying you threatened Sam,
which gives them probable cause.
Wait, they think you killed Sam?
Call the Judge and tell them
that you're on your way to challenge the warrant.
It's a conflict of interest
for me to defend myself in court,
and I have to meet with our client.
Don't screw it up.
You know, I can ask A.K. not to pair us up
together anymore if you want.
So she'll know what happened between us?
No, I just --
Let's just keep it professional.
Can you do that?
Of course. Can you?
The night at the bonfire,
when you saw Connor's car in the driveway,
was Annalise's car there, too?
Not that I remember. Why?
I was in town for a mixer
the psychology department was throwing
for Sam's new book.
He and Annalise got into some sort of fight.
And we all left early.
Then later that night, as I was getting ready for bed,
I heard yelling from downstairs.
And this wasn't just a fight now.
而是 简直 怒不可遏
This was... something... rageful.
So, I ran downstairs,
and that's when I saw Annalise throw a paperweight at him.
It nearly hit him in the head.
她还大叫 我要杀了你 你这个没用的
And yelling, "I'll kill you, you worthless piece of"...
I'll spare the court the language that annalise used.
After this supposed fight,
which your memory claims happened three years ago,
did you speak to your brother about what you saw?
He said it had happened before,
but he didn't want me to worry
because he loved her and wanted to work it out.
Did he also happen to mention
what caused Annalise to allegedly throw
Was she trying to protect herself from Sam, perhaps?
Are you suggesting
that the victim caused the violence, Ms. Winterbottom?
Answer the question, Ms. Keating.
I would if you were asking the right questions.
Judge, if you would, tell --
Because what you should be asking me
is was I drinking the night of the mixer.
The answer is no.
I was just recovering from a minor surgery.
Did the mixer end abruptly? Yes.
And every guest who was there will attest to that.
But will those same guests also confirm that it ended early
because of an argument between Sam and Annalise?
I can't do all the work for you.
So, we lost. Cheer up.
You know, Babe Ruth didn't hit a home run
his first time at bat.
Frank said he'd let me know the second anything happens.
Oh, like when they find microscopic bits of Sam's blood
splattered in the cracks of the floor.
Everything has been cleaned.
That's what she wants us to think.
You ever think the reason
why Annalise didn't go challenge the warrant herself
is because she wanted Bonnie to lose it?
No, you're being paranoid.
Or maybe he's just being smart.
Someone gets me.
Thank you, Michaela.