'How To Get Away With Murder' Season 6 Episode 13: Is Frank Sam and Hannah's son? Fans think they were incestuous
Remember when Episode 12 'Let's Hurt Him' ended with Vivian Maddox (Marsha Stephanie Blake) telling Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) how this whole campaign against Annalise started?
Vivian also started to reveal a secret about her dead husband, Sam Keating (Tom Verica) and his sister, Hannah Keating (Marcia Gay Harden), saying that they "had a past".
She also revealed earlier in the episode to her son, Gabriel Maddox (Rome Flynn), that Frank Delfino (Charlie Weber) has been involved with the Keating family for years.
From this, we had devised our own analysis of how this could have multiple meanings and possibilities. And now, while the show was on its two-week break, fans have come up with their own theories and they are dark and twisted than you can ever imagine.
A fan on Twitter says, "#HTGAWM A theory just came to me, and if it was not Wallace Mahoney who had orchestrated the accident of Annalize but Hannah the sister of Sam who was in love with her brother. And she would have caused this accident on purpose knowing that Annalize was pregnant.
Fans had predicted that Sam and Hannah would have had an incestuous relationship at the very first instance of Annalise and Hannah's animosity. In Season 12 Episode 12, when Annalise was dealing with Sam's death and she was on trial for his murder, we remember her saying to Hannah "Incest is best, put your brother to the test."
And now it seems to be all coming true.
Another fan extends the theory saying, "I definitely 100% believe there was an incestuous relationship going on between the two." The fan continued on Reddit, "Even worse, I think they’re trying to tell us that they produced a child from this."
Some fans think that Frank could be the child produced out of their incest!
That brings more points in discussion for fans, where they think that Hannah has been the one to cause all the death threats to Annalise, her miscarriage, and even brainwash Sam.
"The Mahoneys didn't orchestrate Annalise's car crash, that was Hannah Keating — to drive a wedge between Annalise and Sam," stipulates a fan. "She told Sam about her role, and began her manipulation further by convincing him to manipulate Frank into believing it was his fault," she adds.
Inferring from these theories, we add our analysis: Hannah would have been over-protective about Sam and hence, any girl/woman who tried to wedge into her life, she managed to eliminate.
For starters, she would have caused a rift between Vivian and Sam and sensing something suspicious and malicious, Vivian would have left on her own. It is also possible that stemming from the possessiveness towards Sam, Hannah would have coaxed Frank into killing Lila, the student Sam was sleeping with.
What if Hannah and Sam’s relationship was non-consensual? In that case, Sam might not have been party to any of these crimes committed by Hannah but rather a victim of her manipulation or blackmail, or both.
Since the upcoming episode's title suggests that Sam might not be responsible at all, he could have been mere collateral damage and everything that has been happening from the very first day, is all Hannah's doing.
'How To Get Away With Murder' Season 6 Episode 13 airs on Thursday, April 30, 10 pm/9c on ABC.