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Killer Moments: Hello Raskolnikov

By Jim Donnelly | Jan 30th, 2015

Welcome to the Killer Moments for the "Hello Raskolnikov" episode of How to Get Away with Murder. Here you’ll find highlights and insights regarding the world of Annalise Keating and her latest group of law students. WARNING: There may be spoilers here. Enjoy!

You’ve Got Questions, She’s Got Answers: Annalise tells the police that she only recently discovered that her husband had an affair with Lila Stangard. She claims she didn’t recognize the picture of Sam’s penis on the dead girl’s phone. As she speaks to the cops, Annalise recalls in her head what really went down.

Annalise Gives Her Statement to the Cops|What really happened the night Sam died?|As Annalise gives her statement to the police, we see what really happened the night of Sam's murder. How did Annalise react to what Wes did? And what exactly does she tell the cops? Watch this scene from How to Get Away with Murder Season 1, Episode 10: Hello Raskolnikov.

 

How the Wes Was Won Over: The Keating 5 is also to be questioned. Annalise is concerned that they are all wearing their paranoia on their sleeves. She denies Wes’s request to let them in on what’s truly happening. She needs him to be strong to help the others.

Annalise Needs Wes to Be Strong|Wes gives Annalise Sam's ring.|Annalise promises Wes that everything is going to be fine. She needs him to be strong and keep the others from crumbling under pressure. Wes then gives Annalise Sam's ring. He took it the night he died. Watch this scene from How to Get Away with Murder Season 1, Episode 10: Hello Raskolnikov.

 

Mean Girls: Annalise uses this information to convince the judge to get Sam’s laptop away from the D.A. This leads to a tracking of Sam’s route the night Lila died. The evidence is compelling enough to get all charges against Rebecca dropped. Of course, victory isn’t always sweet.

"Not Even an Animal Is That Heartless"|Annalise overhears gossip about her.|After Annalise gets the case against Rebecca thrown out (by turning the focus of the investigation to Sam), she escapes to the ladies room for privacy. Unfortunately, she overhears two women saying awful things about her. How does Annalise Keating handle a little gossip? Watch this scene from How to Get Away with Murder Season 1, Episode 10: Hello Raskolnikov.

 

Confession Is Good for the Soul, Bad for Law Students: Connor tries to convince Michaela that they should go to the police. They need Laurel, who only pretends to be onboard. A promise is made. If they all let Annalise help them, they will all get away with what they’ve done.

Annalise Stops Michaela & Connor from Confessing|Professor Keating protects Wes.|Connor and Michaela decide to go to the police and confess everything. Thanks to a heads up from Laurel and Wes, Annalise is there to stop them. She reveals she knows everything and promises that she will help them get away with murder -- as long as they let her help them. Watch this scene from How to Get Away with Murder Season 1, Episode 10: Hello Raskolnikov.

 

It’s All Relative: Connor is quite convincing as he plays up Annalise as the victim in his interview with the police. There’s a problem though. Sam’s sister, Hannah (guest star Marcia Gay Harden), has come to town. She has something to say about her brother and anything her sis-in-law may have told the police.

Marcia Gay Harden Makes Her Debut as Hannah|Sam's sister comes to town!|Marcia Gay Harden makes her debut as Hannah Keating, Sam's sister. She comes to town and is determined to clear her brother's name. She knows Sam is not a murderer. Watch this scene from How to Get Away with Murder Season 1, Episode 10: Hello Raskolnikov.

 

Read the detailed recap for the "Hello Raskolnikov" episode of How to Get Away with Murder. And watch new episodes THURSDAYS 10|9c.

Past Killer Moments:

Kill Me, Kill Me, Kill Me

He Has a Wife

He Deserved to Die

Freakin' Whack-A-Mole

We're Not Friends

Smile or Go To Jail

It's All Her Fault

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