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Top 15 Characters as voted by our followers;
7 — Frank Delfino

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Top 15 Characters as voted by our followers:
09 — Asher Millstone

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How To Get Away With Season 3 Dump

Shonda Rhymes‘ latest baby has been hitting hard on our nerves for two years now, warming our autumn and winter nights with lovers troubles, murder shenanigans and the never-ending feeling of “WTH” keeping us on the edges of our couches. Now that Season 2 is over, though, and the show has been renewed, How To Get Away With Murder is going to face one of the greatest obstacles on the path of any televised story: the Season 3 Dump.

Season 3 Dump is the on-screen equivalent of Middle Book Dump. It’s when plot, characters and writers’ ability prove how strong they truly are. Because the novelty of Season 1 is gone, and so is the thrill for the future brought by Season 2. I’ve seen lots of shows starting their downfall during Season 3 – maybe not in ratings, but in story’s structure and character’s building. Which is doomed to influence the ratings, by the way. Even the best shows can start a downward spiral, if they don’t find the perfect way to balance season-long arcs, characters’ arcs and episodes.

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What HTGAWM needs to do is expanding the blood range a little further from the Keating Madhouse of Murderous intentions. Didn’t you feel kinda stuck inside Annalise’s four walls, especially in the second part of the Season? It can be part of a show’s charm, but a procedural with a wide, interesting assemble cast? Well-developed side plots can add a lot to an assemble show. Everything can’t be always happening to the same characters!

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Don’t worry. I won’t get in. 

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wes + watching his parents die in front of him

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a very confused connor walsh appears.