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"There's My Baby" is the 29th episode of How to Get Away with Murder.

SummaryEdit

The Keating 5 are called into questioning by A.D.A Denver about the night Emily Sinclair was murdered. Meanwhile, Caleb goes missing as the manhunt for Philip intensifies. In flashback, Annalise’s tactics in the Mahoney case leads to a devastating result.[2]

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  • This episode scored 4.80 million viewers.
  • The notes that Sam is taking during his session with Bonnie contain information about the Hapstall murder, but that murder does not happen until 10 years later.

Important EventsEdit

TitleEdit

  • After all that has happened, Annalise decides to head back to her family, being greeted by her mother at the front door. "Anna-Mae! There’s my baby. She come home."

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Song Artist Scene
"Into the Sun" Bassnectar During a flashback, Frank drinks at the hotel bar and catches the eye of another bar patron who ends her tag and invites him up to her room, back in her room she and Frank have sex.
"Zvvl" Chvrches Annalise pours a drink; During a flashback, Annalise replays key moments with Rose then calls Eve and tries to get her to protect Wes; Annalise arrives at the police station when she gets into an accident.
"Undercover (feat. Matthew Dear)" Lane 8 Oliver and the Keating 5 without Wes get drunk at a club; Asher questions Laurel about her relationship with Wes & Frank; Asher & Michaela dance; Oliver tells Connor he wants to start living his life.
"Skinless, Pt. 1" Deco Child During a flashback, Annalise has an C-section; Annalise tells Wes the truth about what happened with his mother; Sam arrives; Eve worries about Annalise; Annalise & Sam spend time with their son.
"An Exit" Deco Child During a flashback, Eve speaks to Sam to see how Annalise is; Sam tries to comfort Annalise.
"Skinless, Pt. 2" Deco Child
"Insomnia" IAMX Montage played throughout the last 5 minutes of the episode.

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