A series of family murders takes place, and Will determines they were conducted by each of the families' missing children, who were abducted and brainwashed into killing their old families ...
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A series of family murders takes place, and Will determines they were conducted by each of the families' missing children, who were abducted and brainwashed into killing their old families for their "new family." Against Alana's advice, Hannibal checks Abigail out of the hospital for some frightening psychiatric practices that ultimately align her loyalty with him. Written by
The title Oeuf is a common misspelling of the French word for Egg, usually accepted for technical reasons when the ligature of O and E is not available (so both should be capitalized and ligatured). The ligatured o and e is of more common usage in French than it is in English and thus appears on French keyboards. That difficulty led NBC to make a further graphical mistake in the original titling of the episode, which was referenced as "Ceuf". See more »
Towards the beginning when they are investigating the dining room scene, the dead girl moves the plate with her head. See more »
The Killer that influences kids. The story is fantastic and it is narrated beautifully. Hugh Dancy is fantastic in all his scenes. The reconstruction of crime scenes is shot brilliantly. I am enjoying every bit of this. Fantastic show. Hannibal could not have been explored better. Mads Mikkelsen looks every bit of the spine chilling serial killer and Kacey Rohl as Abigail Hobbs plays the prey beautifully..
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