Will and Jack go fishing and wonder how they can catch Hannibal. They talk in metaphors and believe that by using the right lure they can hook and land their fish. At dinner later in the evening, Hannibal, Jack, and Will dine on the fish caught, and vow to move past the wounds they have dealt each other. At a farm, a veterinarian helps a farmer with his horse. When the vet opens the horse up he finds a woman's body inside.
Hannibal meets with a young woman Margot. Alana and Hannibal have a romp in the sheets, and Alana talks about Will again. He says that Will only tried to kill him to protect her. He says Will is better and is getting therapy again. Back at the lab, the team finds a Raven inside the corpse of the woman in a horse.
Will rejoins the team and investigates the barn again for clues. He says that this was about grief not murder. Will meets with Hannibal for another session of therapy. Hannibal asks Will if it is goot that he's rejoining the FBI to investigate after everything that has happened. Will tells him to stop right there. Will says that Hannibal may have to pretend about what has happened, but he does not need to pretend.
Will says he prefers sins of omission rather than outright lies, and Hannibal asks if Will returns him the favor. Will says that he can't go to any psychiatrist with that is going on in his head, and Hannibal says that Will fantasizes about killing him. Will agrees, saying he wants to kill him with his bare hands.
Will and Hannibal work to help Peter save himself from his social worker Clark after he stuffs him in a horse.
I don't want to kill you anymore Dr. Lecter, now that I finally find you interesting.Will
Hannibal: You fantasize about how you would kill me. Tell me, how would you do it?
Will: With my bare hands.
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