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Most leapees’ reflections show up once, maybe twice, per episode. But in the episode Raped, Katie McBain’s reflection shows up the most out of any leapee on Quantum Leap- six times total, four within the first eight minutes. You also see her photograph once and she appears during the trial to testify for herself.

At the end, the Project rigs it up so that Sam can hear Katie and speak for her. Gradually, it transitions so that the audience is hearing her speak for herself. Even though the results of the trial weren’t favorable for Katie, the episode still gave this rape victim so much respect by not focusing so much on Sam and instead focusing on her face and her voice. 

This episode is incredible because it puts emphasis on the victim being so important and gives them respect, something that’s lost in real life.

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Photos Promotional 4.22 “World’s End”

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“He Made A Terrible Mistake” – Annalise tries to ward off a surprising new angle in the D.A.’s case. Meanwhile, alliances shift amongst the Keating 4, as they discover crucial information about the circumstances surrounding Wes’s death.

“Wes” – Annalise and the Keating 4 test the limits of how far they’ll go to save themselves while the chilling details from the night of the fire reveal who killed Wes.

The two-hour season finale of “How to Get Away with Murder” will air on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23 (9:01–11:00 p.m. EST) on the ABC Television Network.