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"He Made a Terrible Mistake" is the 44th episode of How to Get Away with Murder.

This episode is the first part of the season 3 finale. Part 2, "Wes", premiered immediately after this one.

SummaryEdit

Annalise tries to ward off a surprising new angle in the D.A.’s case. Meanwhile, alliances shift amongst the Keating 4, as they discover crucial information about the circumstances surrounding Wes's death.[2]

PlotEdit

Flashback: The night of the fire, Laurel goes to Annalise's house. She goes to the basement, where she sees someone—Connor—escape through the storm door just as the house blows up. As Connor runs away, a young man in a car is on the phone and says "things got a little messy."

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NotesEdit

This episode scored 4.92 viewers.

Important EventsEdit

TitleEdit

  • After Annalise and Connor argue in a bedroom at Bonnie’s, the both of them make their way back to the group (who are all in the living/dining area) where Annalise asks them all to forgive Connor. Annalise then begins to speak once more, as she looks at each individual person around. “Forgive him. He made a terrible mistake, just like we all have at one point but he apologised.” The arguing of the bedroom seems to have moved to include everyone in the house.

International TitlesEdit

  • French: "L'erreur est Humaine" (The Error is Human)
  • Spanish: "Cometió un Terrible Error" (He Made a Terrible Mistake)

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"Run Boy Run" Woodkid Connor is running; montage of people sharing their stories at AA; Connor almost steps in front of a bus.
"The Great Unnamed" Patients (Flashback) Connor sleeps with Thomas after contacting with him on Humper.
"Longpig" Perfume Genius The gang figure out that Denver's phone number was the one calling Wes, from Connor being at Denvers office and Asher calls the burner phone; Annalise and Nate figure out its Denver.

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