When Oliver Hampton (Conrad Ricamora) from “How to Get Away With Murder” proposed to his long-time boyfriend Connor Walsh (Jack Fallahee) in Season 3, fans desperately hoped that he would say yes.

It was only when Season 4 opened that Connor finally gave his answer - not right now. Connor told Oliver that he would love to get married, but not when everything in their world feels crazy. But given the fact that the ABC show would never run out of crazy, fans got worried that the marriage might not happen at all.

However, executive producer Pete Nowalk told Variety that Connor is bound to change his mind eventually, given the circumstances. “His mind might change. We’re going to meet a family member of Connor’s this season, and we’re going to see how that might change his mind,” he said.

Nowalk already talked to The Hollywood Reporter earlier about Connor and Oliver meeting each other’s parents. He even teased that the meeting would only strengthen their relationship, and it might even encourage them to tie the knot at once.

“I will say their relationship is just getting deeper, and what's really fun is for them to each be finding out things they didn't know about each other, as well as the audience is finding that out. For example, we’re gonna meet one of Connor’s parents, and Oliver will meet one of those parents,” he said.

On the other hand, Laurel Castillo (Karla Souza) is going to come to grips about being a single mother. Her father had her boyfriend Wes Gibbons (Alfred Enoch) killed last season, and now she lied to him about her pregnancy so she is free to investigate Wes’ murder.

She is hoping to get some help from Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) and the rest of the Keating 5, but getting them on board is going to prove difficult. “Laurel is hoping that once she’s able to prove [her father’s involvement], she’ll have more people on her side seeking revenge,” Souza told Deadline. “When [Laurel] tells Annalise she’s having the baby, I think Laurel is telling her, ‘we’re having it together.’ It’s going to be their redemption.”

“How to Get Away With Murder” Season 4 airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. EDT on ABC.