I was in the middle of a major personal crisis,
as the court probably knows.
I didn't take the time
to properly explain his options to him.
That's my mistake, not Father Crawford's.
And now that I've had the time to look over the case,
he's changed his mind.
Please don't punish him for my own error.
What's in this again?
Doesn't that crap make people jump off roofs?
Yeah, if you're a dumbass.
So, does Lila know you're here?
I was kind of a jerk earlier.
- Shocker. - Come on.
You don't feel like she's been kind of weird lately?
Eh, a little, I guess. Why?
You think something's going on?
I don't know.
She barely wanted to hang out all summer,
and then, all of a sudden, she's up my ass.
She wants to hang out all the time,
and she cries when I say no.
I got enough pressure without her being needy.
You know, this is my first time in an actual frat house.
My parents didn't give me $100,000
to throw away on college, so...
Hey, you want to,
give me a tour?
Here you go.
Kind of, uh, snuck up on me.
Lila's gonna be pissed.
Lila's not gonna find out.
Back at my room with her, clothes are off...
What is that?
The transcripts from rebecca's first police interview.
Okay, but why?
And where did you find them?
These files are in the cellar.
You stole files from Annalise?!
We can't talk to Rebecca directly, fine,
but we can go over all the things she's said about that night
- and see if her story makes sense. - Wes...
Wes, if Annalise sees that...
In-in-in her police interview,
Rebecca said that she left and went home
after Lila caught her with Griffin,
but in the confession tapes,
she said she went to Lila's sorority house.
-没错 但那认罪是被胁迫的 -真的吗
- Yeah, and that confession was coerced. - Or was it?
What's all the whispering about?
Kan and I had a fight. I was just venting.
You two talk about your little love lives?
- Cute. - What do you want?
The judge just accepted Father Andrew's "Not guilty" plea,
So Bonnie wants us to take a field trip.
Your client has admitted that they've committed a crime.
How is it possible to argue a "Not guilty" defense?
Why is that not considered perjury?
One, it's not sworn testimony,
and two, entering a "Not guilty" plea
doesn't mean "I didn't do it,"
It just means that the state has to prove
every element of the crime
beyond a reasonable doubt.
And that heavy burden
is a defense attorney's best weapon,
and you got to milk it for all it's worth.
About 10:00, I come through
to light a candle for my wife, who passed last year.
I come around this pew here, and I see Father Bernard
layin' there with his head cracked open.
You never seen so much blood.
The wall was sprayed with it.
His bible, sittin' on the floor beside him,
was practically floatin' in it.
Want to rack up a couple sins,
give the good lord a little show?
Then I saw the thurible laying next to him on the ground.
The murder weapon.
Usually holds the incense, but that's what did him in.
According to what you told police,
Father Andrew was the first person you suspected?
I heard them fighting earlier that week.
Father Andrew hoped to take over as head pastor
once Father Bernard retired,
but Father Bernard wasn't seeing it go that way.
And what about your own ethics?
You know for a fact that your client is guilty.
They've told you as much.
And yet you have to stand in front of that jury every day
and lie to their faces.
Is it fair to assume that you and Father Andrew are close?
Well, I'm close with all of the priests.
Yes, that's my job, to allow the priests
to focus on their divine office and their teaching.
Is there anything that you know
that could help in Father Andrew's defense?
I assume that's something you're interested in.
Why would I want to do that?
Because just the sight of you in the courtroom
gave him second thoughts about spending 30 years behind bars.
I know what you're implying,
but Father Andrew is a pious man.
A man you love.
Well, it's not like we're in a position to act on that.
We've made our choices.
You lie to yourself.
That's how you do it.
And you tell yourself
that that client who you know did it did not.