- I think it'd be better if she heard that from you. - No.
You know exactly how to handle her,
even more so than me.
- But... - I leave for one minute,
you got some boy-child up in here
sniffing your drawers.
Mama, can you give us a moment?
You -- out!
Wes... you got this.
Mama, that was one of my students.
Somebody's always the student,
somebody's always the teacher.
That's how sex works best.
- You okay? - Yeah.
I just have to tell them I saw Nate kill Sam.
While I'm at it, I can say he killed Rudy, too.
- Rebecca... - I'm kidding.
I won't say anything stupid.
When did you first meet Mr. Lahey?
He accosted me in a corner store like some kind of a creep,
said we had a common enemy.
I know you didn't kill Lila Stangard.
Help me catch him.
Did you feel Sam Keating was your enemy, too?
Not at the time.
But it made sense to you
that anyone else who looked guilty for Lila's murder.
Only helped your case?
Of course. I'm not stupid.
So you and Mr. Lahey formed an agreement?
I considered it...
It'll download all his phone information.
...and then I told him no.
I'll call you when I get it.
You think he murdered Sam Keating?
I didn't say that.
All right... the truth...
He asked me to plant evidence in the house.
I wouldn't do it, so he said he'd find another way.
Sam's dead, so...I guess he found one.
God, the plaintiff is really good-looking.
You should see the woman we're defending --
not so good-looking.
Some people might say the same thing about us.
What does that mean?
I mean, I practically work for this Annalise woman
with all the hacking I do,
and you've never once introduced me to her
or any of your friends there.
Well, they're not my friends.
Every minute you're not with me, you're with them.
They're your friends.
Fine. I'll introduce you.
But what am I supposed to tell them?
That you're my maybe future boyfriend
if you ever start trusting me again or...
You didn't tell me the rape guy's gay.
Oh, my God.
Stare a little harder, why don't you?
Can you confirm that this is you in these photos, Mr. Manning?
And they're photos you posted on Humpr, a gay hook-up app?
Objection -- relevance?
I'm simply trying to figure out why Mr. Manning
hasn't told the prosecutor or this court that he's gay.
Counselors, approach the bench.
prohibit mention of Mr. Manning's sexual orientat--
Mr. Manning hid a fundamental fact about himself
that would have bolstered his rape charge.
And if he lied about this,
he could also be lying about being raped.
The probative value
outweighs any prejudicial effect.
Who he sleeps with is irrelevant to this case,
and frankly, I find it bordering on discrimination
for you to bring it up.
Ladies and gentlemen,
please disregard Ms. Winterbottom's
entire line of questioning of Mr. Manning.
You need to settle.
Tell Mr. Manning to write down a number.
We'll pay him.
You're out of your depth here.
Get Annalise out of her sick bed or wherever the hell she is
so she can fix this.
- No. - Excuse me?
We're not settling.
- The hospital -- - Isn't my client.
Now, if you'll excuse me.
Fight the power, Bon.
Why are you looking up when Nate's arraignment is scheduled?
Michaela, please don't do anything stupid.
When have I ever done anything stupid?
The boss okay with you dipping into her bar?
It works for her.
Just go talk to her.
And say what?
"I have no idea how to win this case.
Please, mommy, give me the answer"?
Maybe not in those words.
If I go up there, she'll give me that look.
Then I'll start to cry and I'll have to quit.
Tell me that's not true.
Why'd you lie to me about Sam?
I asked you, to your face,
what happened, and you said you didn't know.
We're not doing this while you're wasted.
She told you not to tell me, right?
You blame her?
But it's why I can't go up there.
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No, really. I'm impressed.
A prosecutor has to keep a lot of plates spinning.
If I'm being honest here, Tammy,
I'm much better at cleaning them than I am at spinning them.
Well, maybe if I'm lucky,
I'll be assigned to one of the cases you're arguing.
So, what's next on your docket?
The Nate Lahey case.
I've been obsessed.