Hannibal (2013–2015)
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Following an offhand comment by Graham, Hannibal leaves a comb in the chamber of Georgia Madchen, who accidentally sparks a fire inside her hyperbaric chamber and is burned to death. ... See full summary »

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Following an offhand comment by Graham, Hannibal leaves a comb in the chamber of Georgia Madchen, who accidentally sparks a fire inside her hyperbaric chamber and is burned to death. Angered, Graham deduces that several recent murders were all the work of a copycat patterning after recent serial murders, and that Georgia was killed because she may have remembered the face of whoever had killed Dr. Sutcliffe. Written by wiki

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Releves: 1. BALLET a movement in which the dancer rises on the tips of the toes. 2. ECOLOGY each of a number of small plots of vegetation, analyzed as a sample of a wider area See more »

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Freddie Lounds: I've interviewed enough killers to know one when I see one.
Abigail Hobbs: What gives them away?
Freddie Lounds: A very specific brand of hostility.
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Starts of average, but keeps getting better and better and ends on a promising note.
2 January 2014 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Abigail Hobbs returns in this episode and her fate will probably be decided before the season n finale, so will be Will's. A good episode, that starts averagely but keeps getting good scene by scene and redeems itself int the end providing a nice build up for the season finale.

(Spoiler) As plotted by Dr. Hannibal Will is deduced by Crawford as the copycat serial killer, who has completely of dissociatively lost his identity to Garret Jacob Hobbs. Whereas, Abigail catches up to Hannibal's lies and realizes that he is actually the copycat murder.

Probably deer Will hallucinates about is the projection of the copycat serial killer. Maybe that's why it is always with him. As the lines between Garret Jacob Hobbs and Will Graham blur, Hannibal gives just the information Jack required to arrest Will. Abigail's involvement to her fathers' crime was no secret and now it is made clear that she actually was involved, the same is deduced by Graham in a worsening condition, in which I feared he might actually accidentally kill Abigail. Some awesome editing there! The blurring lines between hallucinations and reality are superbly shown trough some awesome editing topped with Dancy's best performance by far.

The episode ends with Dr. Lector saying "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you in this life" with a tinge of a glare and smile that was missing from our Cannibal. It leaves the viewer "curious" and "hungry" for more, just as Dr. Lector was curios and hungry.

Direction: Strong.

Screenplay/Story: Nice and strong.

Acting: Dancy was great, So was Mads, who has completely fitted into the big boots of Hopkins. Kacey was disappointing and she could have done a better job. Lawrence was Average.

Music: Great.

Overall, a nice build up for the finale, which might as well be a cracker.


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