How to Get Away with Murder Season 3 – What does Frank’s return mean for Laurel?


At the end of this past episode of “How to Get Away with Murder” on ABC, what we saw was a crazy series of events, with one of the most notable (and dangerous) ones being the return of Frank to the show. Given what he’s capable of, almost everyone had a legitimate reason to fear his presence. What also makes it all the more interesting is when you remember the fact that Laurel is going to be pregnant by the time you enter the flash-forward. We want to believe that this child belongs to Wes, but there are no guarantees of such things given that she and Frank also have a romantic history of their own.

So what will the dynamic be between Laurel and Frank with his return? Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, this is something that Karla Souza tries to set up with the following message:

“Laurel hasn’t seen him in months … She starts basically telling him to get out. But then Annalise gets on the phone and she’s like, ‘If he leaves your house, I’ll kill him.’ So then Laurel has to have him overnight knowing that she’s with Wes. I cannot even imagine Laurel having [sex with him], she has some sort of dignity and integrity, but I can’t say that in the future, who knows what the future holds.”

Let’s hope that this holds true, given that the last thing we want to see is Laurel and Frank having any sort of sexual relationship at this point. Still, his arrival is a cause for concern, especially since we know that he could bringing further danger to more than just Laurel’s doorstep; it also will cause more trouble for Annalise and virtually everyone else who knows what he did and what he still is capable of.

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