As noted in the review so far Season 3 is based on the first part of Book 3 ("Hannibal"). It also has the back story of Misha and Chiyo from Book 4 ("Hannibal Rising"). In Book 4 Misha was eaten by some solders and Hannibal had revenge on them for that act. Chiyo helped him.
Hope he's around H50 a long time!!!
Sure. In fact I can't see how they can miss having another chance at love, since they're stuck in the boiler, with Xander and his assistant just outside, armed and maddened. I have to turn the sound down, though, with Xander yelling his head off every minute.
I think JonasI think Dr Dan Jonas should hook back up with Jennifer anyway it is still on the table.
My impression is that Belinda stays now because Hannibal has intimidated her-remember she had her bag packed and was ready to go? Also I'm not clear on why she killed her patient. Had he attacked her and then she managed to knock him out? And then killed him? Or was Hannibal suggesting that what she did was more deliberate than an automatic response to an attack? I thought Hannibal was supposed to have saved her, after setting her up of course. Also I don't think anyone has said exactly what happened with Hannibal's sister. Some kind of trauma/s must have happened to him in order to turn him into what he became. Re-enacting endlessly whatever thing or things happened originally.
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.
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 don't think it is as much that he intimidates her, as it is that he has convinced her that she is just as guilty as he is, or will be perceived that way by others, and that she will only be safe if she stays with him, because they share each others secrets. Also, although "Hannibal Rising" has Hannibal being created by a trauma, Fuller didn't like that approach, as well as most Harris fans. He has Hannibal as always being that way, hence, “Nothing happened to me; I happened.” Also, in season 1 from Will, "I see him as one of those pitiful things sometimes born in hospitals. They feed it, keep it warm, but they don't put it on machines. They let it die. But he doesn't die. He looks normal. Nobody can tell what he is."
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Evan is at death's door, but he was hit by scrapnel made up of a lot of zombies, so I suspect that little bro will wake up in the morgue with brain cravings, and Liv will have to try to explain why Evan is back, and blond.
this episode is very interesting and yet very simple. yes in this story it seems as if Hannibal has eaten his sister, that also makes it pretty easy to understand why he is reluctant to going home. Bedelia seems to know this, he hasn't told her but she's a highly intelligent woman who works with the weirdest people. the reason she sticks around are out of curiosity. and i believe that she sees herself in Hannibal in many ways like Will, she did shove her fist down a mans throat and from what i understand it was intentional and not in self defence.. i believe Hannibal hasn't offed her yet because he loves her, much like he loves Will. but it does comically seem like he's trying to somehow train her into becoming like himself. and she does the same thing back at him. she herself is very intuitive and perfectly capable of manipulation which is why i believe she feels safe in his hands (when he washes her hair). but she is indeed not safe. he put a smile on will and i believe he will put a smile on Bedelia. no pun intended. she is not held captive and is very good at getting her point across the room. she feels safe and for what we understand, she is. that is why she said she has an exit plan if all goes apeshit. Will is a bit lost in his own vast ocean of thought again. he needs to be stopped. probably by Jack but i don't think that's gonna cut it. he needs hannibal to get peace. like hannibal needs will to get peace. god i love this show. it gets my brain all messed up and i love it. i hope Bedelia makes it through the season but we never know on this show.
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
done with season 3 cant wait for season 4
Interesting casting decisions. Hope Castle fans do not have to put up with what Bones fans had to ( that is new person monopolizing airtime that could be had with leads) However it could also lead to good stories as well. We will see.
Since so many people said that the ratings went down for CASTLE last season, are the new show runners attempting to breathe new life into the series? It sounds like ABC would like to keep the show going past next season, which is good news. A lot of people felt that next season would be it for the show. I'm still unhappy that Penny Johnson Jerald is being forced out. I'm looking forward to finding out more information. Stay Tuned.
I woud be so happy if ABC keeps Castle for a few more seasons. I Watch series, but Castle has the most important place in my heart, since the very first episode. Castle for me is a kind of religion.
Exactly stay tuned. May Castle's new show runners DO NOT do what Bones did and shove these characters down your throat. Castle has enough supporting players that two extra seem a bit much
I think it makes the most sense that George "won" the contest at the end of the episode - as he later admits to cheating in the series finale.
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