I'll lay you all ten to one that Denver does go down in season four. Enough outrage among fans that he basically lost while still winning, or maybe won while still losing, he'll be gone or at least caught by the next season. Benito Martinez did a great job, though, at showing how evil he'd become. I'll give him that much.
God damn it, Annalise. You should've put Connor on the stand like he wanted. You'd have had the charges dropped much sooner.
I gasped when Connor found the burner phone. When I saw that Denver was the one with the secret number, my jaw just dropped.
Atwood basically went out with a whimper. Fired from the D.A.'s office and now looking for work in NYC. Couldn't have happened to a more annoying, irritating, loathsome character. At least Nate told her like it was when he said that she damaged her own career, not he or Annalise.
Can't really be happy for Connor and Oliver getting back together. They didn't work out a single issue while they were apart, and there was literally zero fanfare for their reunion, so . . . I'm left cold by it. And now Oliver wants to marry him just like that? I'll give them next season to try and win me back over, but . . . I highly doubt they will.
Asher and Michaela, on the other hand, I can get behind. They admitted their love to each other and might be ready to go full speed ahead. Congratulations, kiddos!
I saw Esai Morales's name appear in the credits for the second hour, so I knew Laurel's father would be in this episode. But I had no idea as to what capacity it would be. But then, the ending answered my question. Sparks are going to fly when Laurel realizes what he did to Wes. Or, rather, had done to him. And to look at @doram's words, he really might've had a case of mistaken identity since Frank was the target, not Wes. Ooh, man, is that gonna be fun to watch. Karla's knocked this season out of the park, so she'll probably be just as good next season, too!
Annalise's final monologue was indeed very sad. But at the same time, my disappointment at Denver basically skating kept me from really digging into Viola's emotion.
Aside from the corrupt D.A. not going down, this was an incredibly high-octane season finale. Can't believe we have to wait all the way till September to see what happens next!:(