The drug dealer Rebecca Sutter (Katie Findlay) died in the finale of "How to Get Away with Murder" (HTGAWM) season 1 and the only clue to resolve the case is her last message "Eggs 911 Lawyer's House".
The message was sent by the victim to an unknown number through Michaela Pratt's (Aja Naomi King) phone and in order to find the answers, viewers will have to wait until the show resumes with a new season.
However, a section of fans are not ready to wait for season 2 and have come up with their own theories about "Eggs 911 Lawyer's House" on Reedit.
Here are some of the fan theories on Sutter's last message:
- The "Eggs 911" person was the one who killed Rebecca and the Lawyer had some beef with Rebecca. So that screams three people: Nate Lahey (Billy Brown), Griffin O'Reilly (Lenny Platt), and Rudy Walters (he was a law student, so he must've known where her house was too).
- It seems like a coded, planned distress call, with "Eggs" referring to herself and "911" meaning send help. It has to be one of her drug connections, they probably have a code system they use in case they need a bailout.
- It absolutely had to be someone she knew well, especially since she had the phone number memorised. Also, don't rule out the fact that "Eggs" are many times slang for a type of tranquiliser. For all we know, it was her supplier, who hooked her up with tranquilisers at some point after Wes cut her free and left the basement. She could have either set it up to look like she got out, or she purposely overdosed on the stuff.
- It was probably a close friend of Rebecca or someone who works at the bar she used to work at. "Eggs" means that her safety has been compromised and "911" she needs help.
- Rebecca was killed by someone she called for help. Why would she text someone to help (assuming that "911" means help) her if she knows they will come and kill her. This means the killer must be one of the Keating 4, Bonnie Winterbottom (Liza Weil) , Frank Delfino (Charlie Weber) or Annalise Keating (Viola Davis).