A source told The Sun on Sunday that money was loaned to Mrs Ward, an interior designer, four years ago and it hasn't been paid back.
Mr and Mrs Brown are now said to be taking legal action against Mrs Ward and the disagreement has jeopardized the friendship between the two. They agreed, but with interest payable after six months.'It seems to them she took advantage of their kindness and has no intention of giving it back.'The tension between the pair during filming is palpable.
How To Get Away With Murder’s tradition of two-hour finales should perhaps be reconsidered in the future.
The show so often overwhelms by overstuffing its episodes, and halfway into the first part of tonight’s finale, I was already exhausted.
Connor revealed to Oliver that he showed up frenzied at his door early in their relationship not because he was high, but because he was “traumatized.” Oliver then used his tech wizardry to perform a basic Google search and began to link Sam Keating’s death to Oliver’s meltdown.
Oh, and yep, you didn’t imagine Michaela and Laurel smooching in celebration of their high grades on Annalise’s exam.
She, on the other hand, takes powdered sugar doughnuts in bed with her. She went on The Tonight Show and mentioned Ben & Jerry's 'Oatmeal Cookie Crunch.' Of course, my phone starts ringing the next day. ' She wasn't able to do it because of scheduling, but of all the fun opportunities after the London Olympics, that was the one that lit up her eyes the most -- apart from helping children and stuff like that. Then it gets shortened, between my mom and dad, landing on 'Shug.' Today, she's still 'Shug,' and my parents don't care if they're sitting on the couch talking to NBC, that's what they call her. We hear our parents rumbling, 'I think that's so-and-so.' We got really excited. Allyson and I were children; we have no idea who Ike Turner is.
Even in the stands at the Olympics and world championships, that's what they're screaming out.
We asked Wes to shed light on the real Allyson -- a name that, by the way, her family almost never uses. If people were looking at the two of us, they would pick me.
The first word that comes to mind when thinking about the show is “extra.” I mean, I try not to think too hard about a television show’s promos when writing a review, but heading into its two-part finale over the past week, the How To Get Away With Murder promos straight up bragged about its staggering body count.
There’s a manic glee to the way this show kills characters and puts the living ones through hell over and over.
There’s dead, and then there’s “TV dead” — when you don’t actually see the victim’s body or the whole thing was an elaborately staged fakeout or, y’know, “secret twin.” But make no mistake, the character revealed to be “under the sheet”How to Get Away With Murder Victim Dishes Character’s ‘Bleak’ Ending, Autopsy Makeup, Bond With Annalise Wes Gibbins (Alfred Enoch), had been presumed alive after “Fire Night” flash-forwards found him in a Philly PD interrogation room agreeing to testify against Annalise.
But at the end of the hour, we saw him sneak out of the building after getting a voicemail from his mentor, only to wind up back at police HQ — this time on the medical examiner’s table, half his face burned beyond recognition.