How To Get Away With Murder season 2
Viola Davis as Annalise Keating in ABC series How to Get Away With Murder ABC

How To Get Away With Murder returns with another epic chapter this Thursday, 29 October at 10pm EST on ABC Network. Episode 6 is titled, Two Birds, One Millstone, where Annalise handles a new client as the Keating 5 discover a new shocking suspect in the Hapstall case.

The official synopsis reads as follows:

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, on How to Get Away with Murder.

Click here to watch the episode online or click here to watch it via live stream on ABC Go. A new promo shows Annalise asking her students to focus on the Hapstall case and to go back to the basics.

Annalise gives the Keating 5 a speech saying, "I know I talk a lot about winning, and yes a part of it is my pride, but it is also about our clients. Now Cathreine and Caleb have placed their lives in our hands. Do I think they are guilty? I have no clue, but I do know what it feels like to be misunderstood, to have people expect the worst from you, and it doesn't feel good. Now we owe Cathreine and Caleb our best, and that means going back to the basics." However, she is interrupted by an important phone call.

After many confusing decisions, Asher finally sides with Annalsie (thanks to Bonnie). A new promo shows Annalise meeting prosecutor Sinclair and telling her that she is there on Asher's behalf and that her star witness has abandoned her. "Do we have an appointment?" Sinclair asks Annalise, who responds with, "I thought your schedule would be clear, now that your star witness has abandoned you."

The prosecutor puts on a brave face and says, "Mr Millstone and I still have to talk about that." But Annalise claims that she doesn't have to, and that he sent her on his behalf. Annalise tells her that what she did to Asher falls under witness tampering and intimidation, which are illegal.

Annalise even threatens her by saying, "I make one phone call, and the press will make you out to be an overzealous, law-breaking prosecutor desperate to take me down." Sinclair admits defeat and agrees to back down but not without warning her that they have the Hapstall case together, "I look forward to destroying you in court."