Wind him up and watch him go.

Will

I dreamed that you killed that doctor, but I couldn't see your face.

Georgia

Jack: How far do you think Doctor Lecter would go in his therapy to treating a patient a patient? Specifically, Will Graham.
Maurier: Hannibal refers to Will Graham more as a friend than a patient.
Jack: How far do you think he'll go in treating a friend?

Jack: This dissociative personality state you say he goes into. Whose personality is it?
Lecter: He said he got so close to Garrett Jacob Hobbs and what he done; he felt he was becoming him.

Abigail: How many people have you killed?
Lecter: Many more than your father.
Abigail: Are you going to kill me?
Lecter: I'm so sorry Abigail. I'm sorry I couldn't protect you in this life.

Gideon: Are you the ripper?
Lecter: Terrible thing, to have your identity taken from you.

I don't know if I will ever be myself again. I don't know if I've got any self leftover. I spent so long thinking I was him it's gotten really hard to remember who I was when I wasn't him.

Gideon

It's hard to be your own person when you can't get out of your own head.

Gideon

You and I are just going to have to have a difference of opinion doctor.

Jack

Lecter: I see his madness and I want to contain it like an oil spill.
Therapist: Oil is valuable. What value does Will Graham's madness have to you?

I feel like I'm fading.

Will

I am not sand; I am bedrock.

Jack

Hannibal Quotes

Graham: What are you smiling at?
Lecter: Peaking behind the curtain, I'm just curious how the FBI goes about its business when it's not kicking in doors.

Lecter: What are we looking for?
Graham: At this stage, anything really, but mostly anything peculiar.