"Two Birds, One Millstone" is the 21st episode of How to Get Away with Murder.


Annalise takes on a new client, a transgender professor accused of killing her husband. Meanwhile, the Keating 5 are left to handle the Hapstall case and they discover a shocking new suspect.[2]


Notes and Trivia Edit

Notes Edit

  • This episode scored 6.27 million viewers.

Important Events Edit

Title Edit

  • Annalise and the attorney on her friend Jill Hartford’s case agree to a deal to help her friend, herself and the 'Keating 5'. “You're gonna drop the charges against Jill Hartford on the grounds of self defence, and you're gonna see to it that Emily Sinclair ends her witch hunt into me and my staff.”

“Wait, now I'm doing you two favors?”

“ Or as I prefer to call it, two birds, one millstone.”


Song Artist Scene
"Far" The Soft Moon Frank & Laurel have sex when his alarm goes off; Frank heads off to the shower, Laurel rummages through his things then joins Frank in the shower on his suggestion.
"Care (feat. Julien Marchal)" Robot Koch After hearing that Nia died, Annalise goes to Nate's apartment with a cobbler but he refuses to answer the door, she then leaves the cobbler at the door knowing that Nate is inside.
"Black Sun" Dead Can Dance End song which is played throughout the last five minutes starting from Laurel sitting down to eat dinner with Frank's family).



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