Dr. Abel Gideon escapes from custody and begins targeting the psychiatrists who attempted to treat him, displaying their bodies with a Colombian necktie. While Alana Bloom is put under ... See full summary »

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Dr. Abel Gideon escapes from custody and begins targeting the psychiatrists who attempted to treat him, displaying their bodies with a Colombian necktie. While Alana Bloom is put under protective custody, Gideon kidnaps Dr. Frederick Chilton and lures Freddie Lounds into a trap, forcing her to write an article about him. Meanwhile, Graham's undiagnosed Encephalitis drives his temperature up, causing severe hallucinations. Written by wiki

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When the team first enters Carruthers' office and Crawford is explaining who he is, the actor portraying Carruthers (presently deceased) can be seen blinking from over his shoulder. See more »

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Dr. Hannibal Lecter: Madness can be a medicine for the modern world.
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A bit forced!
2 January 2014 | by (India) – See all my reviews

The episode seemed a little forced and far fetched. The events seemed exaggerated and hard to believe.

Dr. Gideon, who was seen previously in an episode is able to escape and now seeks revenge on every psychiatrist who treated him. With Dr. Alana Bloom on the list it worsens the condition of Will even further, leading to some unexpected circumstances.

Firstly, the fact that Gideon wanted revenge upon every psychiatrist who treated him, including Bloom (who never referred to him as Chesapeake Ripper), was a bit too far fetched. A man in search for his identity keeps on killing until he finds all the answers, but will Dr. Hannibal help a man who nearly stole his alias? But Hannibal's actions as expected were smart and spot on.

(Spoiler) Secondly, Will who just had a mild seizure and has a temperature of 105 degrees, with undiagnosed Encephalitis and severe hallucinations and headache is able to properly drive as well as kill Dr. Gideon. That seemed a little to fat to be true. Apart from these the episode was well constructed and beautiful in its own way. The technical staff has done a good job.

Direction: Good.

Story/Screenplay: Nice.

Acting: Eddie Izzard, Mads were good. Dancy was the stand out performer.

Music: Nice.

Overall, it could have been better, nevertheless a good one.


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