is because of you.
What are you talking about?
Ever since I met you, I've started acting crazy.
What, because you had sex?
How is that my fault?
I would have never even flirted with Darcy
if you weren't in my head all the time.
look, okay, I know you're upset.
I get it.
But I'm -- I'm your friend.
I'm the only friend you have,
according to what you've been telling me over and over again.
So, maybe if you could just t--
I was just trying to make you feel better.
You were just a way
to escape my stupid life for a little while.
I was bored and confused,
but I'm done acting like some trashed-out druggie whore.
That may be fine for you,
but my parents raised me better.
Get out of my house.
And don't ever call me again!
That's what I've been trying to tell you --
I'm not going to!
You need something?!
No. No, no, no!
Oh, come on.
I've been a good boy for so long.
Now I just want to do something bad.
We need to get tested.
You're a drug addict
who cheated on me with some stranger.
And how many other guys has your penis touched since then?
You can't even remember. You're a slut.
Now, I'm -- I'm -- I'm --
I'm not saying that there's anything wrong with that.
I just -- you know, one in five gay guys is HIV-positive,
and half of them don't even know it.
Okay, Dr. Oliver.
I get it.
I just want to do this the right way.
We can go to the clinic together.
It'll be romantic.
Think about how much better the sex will feel
when we don't have to worry.
I-I hate you.
That thing I feel in your pants is telling me a different story.
Judge, my client has extensive ties to the community,
no prior record of any kind,
and an ailing wife in hospice care.
She's got stage-four ovarian cancer.
Oh, don't play the cancer card in my courtroom, counselor.
Without weighing in on the guilt or innocence of the defendant...
I was hoping you got laid.
My heart goes out to Mrs. Lahey,
but given the gruesome nature of the crime,
coupled with the defendant's police background
and the potential for flight risk,
I am denying the request for bail.
Judge, please, there's no reason --
The court's made its decision.
Put your energy into the trial, counsel.
We are gonna get through this, okay?
I'm gonna do everything I can.
He didn't stand a chance in there.
Judge Redding's punishing him
for what this is doing to the police department's image.
He's an idiot for not firing that lawyer.
You can't get involved, Annalise,
not if you don't want them to--
Don't tell me what I can or can't do.
Look at that -- the team's all here.
You're the one client I can count on to be on time.
This is your life on the line, father.
I'm gonna beg for the possibility of parole,
but it's not gonna happen
unless you convince them you deserve it.
I murdered a fellow man of the cloth.
I deserve no concessions.
You asked god for his forgiveness, right?
So, now you have to ask the court's.
Convince them that you're remorseful,
and if you feel yourself breaking down, that's okay.
The more emotional you are --
You mean give a performance?
You can't tell me that there aren't times
you spout sermons you don't believe in.
This is no different, father.
Who the hell is she?
Agnes. She works at the church.
What if I wanted to change my plea?
You pled guilty at the arraignment weeks ago.
I know. What if I changed my mind?
Be honest with me. Are you two --
No, absolutely not.
I've never been unfaithful to God in that way.
Then why did her coming into this courtroom
cause you to change your mind?
Tell me what's going on.
Nothing's going on. I just...
I want to fight this, that's all.
When we met, you said you'd keep me out of jail,
so that's what I'm asking you to do.
- All rise. - Keep your seats.
This is the sentencing hearing in the case of
the Commonwealth vs. Andrew Crawford.
I understand that the state has agreed to...
The defense has a request, Your Honor.
Which is what, counsel?
My client would like to withdraw his plea.
What's the withdrawal based on?
Father Crawford felt pressured to take the plea.
Your Honor, we pressured the defendant in no way.
The state did not pressure him.
Then who was it, Ms. Keating?
Me, Your honor.
At my first meeting with my client,