Seducing the assistant in the work room and then recording the man’s call with someone else is exactly who we know Connor to be—manipulative, self-serving, sexual, a means-to-an-end kind of guy. But when the assistant is confronted by Marren the next day, the assistant panics and jumps out of a window…[his] death hits Connor hard. Here’s a man he just had passionate sex with to win a case and his actions directly had a fatal consequence. (x)
This is how my mother wanted to be remembered. My memory of her is a little bit different. I’m sure everyone remembers their own version of her. Versions I wouldn’t even recognize. That’s all that’s really left of someone when they’re gone. But that’s the tricky thing. Nobody’s memories are perfect or complete. You jumble things up. You loose track of time. We are in one place and another and it all feels like one long inescapable moment. It’s just like my mother used to say: The carousel never stops turning.
I don’t know what terrible things you’ve done in your life up to this point, but clearly your karma is out of balance to get assigned to my class. I’m Professor Annalise Keating and this is Criminal Law One Hundred,or as I prefer to call it, How To Get Away With Murder.