Looking forward to its return! Also, isn't that Richard Haibach on the screen in Picture 11?
Also - can we talk about Lecter's black sense of humour?! Jack: I can't place the fish.Hannibal: He was a flounder. Honestly...
Thanks for your post - your comments are very insightful. I think it's hard for me to wrap my head around her insecurities because the writers went out of their way to write that quality out of her character after season 1. Season 1 Pam was definitely insecure and needed people to like her. Over the course of the show, though, they changed her from that person to someone who was confident, self-assured and totally badass.So you may be on to something - perhaps the drugs are making her that way, or reverting her back to old Pam?
Awesome review of an amazing season premiere. I thought it was interesting that Beverly Katz still went to Will for help despite everything that was going down in the FBI, and what she believed the evidence to show of Will.. I think Beverly represented the mindset that Hannibal described of Will (and somewhat of himself) - believing that his mind is grotesque but yet seeing its use. There was something about the last scene with Dr du Maurier that absolutely gave me the shivers. We all know that Hannibal is a cold manipulative psychopath, but we usually see him hiding behind that veneer of normalcy. It's not often he shows his face like he did with the good doctor right there, and WOW. I bow to Mads Mikkelsen - that was just absolutely brilliantly played.
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Thanks for catching that! Typo on my part - darn those similar names of theirs :-)
He's probably not a big enough star, but I'd say Charles Esten from Nashville. He's proven himself as versatile - we all know he can handle the comedy from Whose Line Is It Anyway, AND he can sing - that would likely be a great episode. Also, reading this list, I'm surprised Nathan Fillion hasn't hosted already! He would be perfect!!
Nice call on Monroe from Grimm - he kept me watching and I'm so glad I did! My additions: 1. Charles (Chip) Esten as Deacon Claybourne on Nashville. When he's in a scene, pretty much everyone should just step aside. 2. Colin O'Donoghue as Captain Hook on Once Upon a Time. He certainly hooked us in!! (See what I did there? :-) Couldn't help myself...)
Christine, I was so looking forward to what you thought of this episode. Did it happen to remind you of one of our other favourite shows? I mean, between the guest appearance of one of the suspects, Castle's powers of observation and the involvement of a shady cult, I half expected Beckett's response to Castle's psychic theory to be, "There's no such thing as psychics..." :-D
Did anyone else immediately think of Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers when they read this article? Just me? Okay... I'd take Jake Peralta with Captain Holt. Also, Jane and Lisbon.
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