Spoilers and trigger warnings for this episode: suicide. I don’t think Bonnie literally pushed Sinclair off the ledge, because that would be too obvious. However, given this episode’s running debate about whether a person can be mentally pushed into committing suicide -something that does actually happen- I believe Bonnie has a more active role than simply standing by, though I’m coming up short on anything that would make Sinclair jump. We might find out exactly what happened next week, but I doubt we’ll get reveals for both Annalise and Sinclair.
More than anything, this episode was about toxic secrets and abusive relationships (ha ha yes, that’s essentially the show).
I was very disappointed that what I though would be a Bonnie-centred episode, was instead an episode all about Asher’s ethical dilemmas. It still had some nice character moments, though the plot suffered from rushed or awkwardly edited scenes.
Eros and Euthanasia, two Greek words that evoke very different feelings, but were both intriguingly present in the episode.
Wes is really making a habit of killing things with a blow to the head in the Keating house, huh?
It wasn’t as obviously bombastic as the season premiere, but this episode was full of great scenes and moments between characters.
You never really know how much you miss something until you have it again and I’ve missed this show and its ridiculous labyrinthine storytelling so much. I’ve decided to mix up the good and bad categories up a touch and give them an appropriate theme. Below them is the link to the episode recap on imgur.
Since this was the season finale, I think it’s appropriate to do a review that covers the whole season, focusing on the arcs in the various groups and how everything was resolved:
Oh the pain and controversy: