That's a good point on Bedelia and her guilt. Though I wonder if Bedelia is self-aware enough to know what her own guilt is. I wasn't a fan of the Hannibal Rising backstory either, and I'd be quite happy if Fuller is making Hannibal less of a victim of circumstance, and more just pure monster.
I agree that Will and Hannibal need to face off. But I'm unsure at this moment what Will thinks he wants or needs from Hannibal. Is he trying to find Hannibal to capture him and bring him to justice? Does he want revenge, want to kill Hannibal? Does he want to see Hannibal to somehow remind himself of who he is? Part of me thinks that Will shouldn't be anywhere near Hannibal Lecter LOL
Yes, she was packed and ready to go that one time, and I do agree that Hannibal intimidates her. But she kinda could leave any time. They're not together all day long. She could hop on that train whenever she goes down to the store and buys her wine, couldn't she? No, they haven't been explicit in the show about her sister yet. In the novels, though, Mischa is killed and eaten by soldiers, and Hannibal is unable to help her. The show seems to be going with a different story, since they seem to be implying that Hannibal did some of the eating.
I can totally understand why you were bored. I enjoyed it because I liked the density of it, but it is a much slower pace than the last two seasons have been.
I have no sweet clue what's going on with Bedelia. It's like part of her hates what she's gotten herself into, but the other part of her is so intrigued that she sticks around, and yet another part of her is somehow completely self-serving but I don't understand how.
Thanks for your comment! You have a good point. I was just mentioning to another commenter that I think guilt is the only reason Will even considers being on Hannibal's side. He probably sees the events of the season 2 finale as his fault, knowing that the massacre was Hannibal's retaliation for Will's pretenses and betrayal. Abigail could have been the manifestation of that guilt.
I agree. I'm still in disbelief at how this show's art and cinematography continuously got ignored by the Emmys. I think the only reason that Will is torn between joining and catching Hannibal is guilt. Will feels that if he had just gone with Hannibal, nobody would have gotten hurt.
Thanks for pointing that out to me!
Thank you! I avoid the previews as well, though it's difficult to do. I do agree that Will's status isn't a surprise, and I know the other characters are more up-in-the-air. So I totally see your point about being more worried about Jack Crawford. That said, what I'm most poised to see is who Will has become after this, after the massacre. If Jack, Abigail or Alana died, how is that going to affect him? Especially given his empathy? Does he become more hardened, more ruthless? He was so broken in the first season, then he became more determined in the second season. Who is Will Graham going to be now? :-)
Hey! That's a really cool observation about Anthony Dimmond and his appearance. He really was there to show that Hannibal accepts no substitutes. Okay, please tell me where you saw Zachary Quinto. I knew he was supposed to be in the episode, but I watched it twice and missed him both times!
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