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The Night Before He Died filled in some of the blanks, and exposed the real events surrounding Wes’s murder. Let’s recap!
After last week’s reveal that Wes had recorded his meeting with Sandrine, and she’d offered Wes a hundred grand to leave Laurel, Sandrine warned Wes that Laurel tries to fix people but walks away when she realises she can’t fix them. How Sandrine knew to call him Christophe wasn’t revealed, yet.
Laurel put it together that it was her Mom who tipped off her Dad, Jorge, about Wes wanting to go to the Police. Jorge would lose everything, and Antares wouldn’t take off, losing him millions, if not more.
Simon was awake from his coma and asked Oliver to visit him at the hospital, but there was a police officer guarding him, and Oliver couldn’t establish how much Simon remembered from the horrific events that night. It emerged that Simon had hired Tiegan’s services against being accused of theft of intellectual property but Annalise soon put him straight, letting him know he can get a Visa if he turns whistle blower instead. Anything’s better than jail, right?
Connor and Oliver are excited about their pending nuptuals; and then Asher turns the subject to his relationship with Michaela and let’s her know how furious he is that she cheated on him with Marcus; someone he feels is the perfect guy for her. It looks like they’re over.
Annalise took the time to visit Isaac while she was lurking around for Oliver to work on Simon changing his allegiances. Isaac admitted having feelings for her, but said it was the last time they could ever see each other, and she’s not to blame for his situation. He said he wanted to die, and it’s not her fault.
Bonnie got sloppy and got caught on camera bribing the guard at the evidence locker room. She wanted to know who had access to Laurel’s purse that night because the hard drive was taken from it. Denver got the hard drive and is playing both sides. He called Jorge after watching the recording of Bonnie bribing the guard, and the next thing we see is Bonnie’s car after it had crashed, and a body in a bag bag being pushed into the rear of the Coroner’s vehicle, but we’re not that gullible.
Bonnie wouldn’t go out like that, or would she?
After Frank had put a tracker on Bonnie’s car in the event of mechanical failure, we’d think it would alert Frank if there was
something up with her car, and it didn’t. Have to wait until next week to find out who’s dead….or not.
SEASON FINALE MARCH 16