Oh, the dialogue. So many things come together to make this series the incredible watch it has been so far. Some diction choices aren't as subtle as others, allowing for a mix of dry and not so dry humor. They underplay Lecter so perfectly, too, just throwing that occasional bone to make sure you know who he is and what he does, but not enough to beat you over the head with it. "I'd like to have you and your wife for Not over for dinner. For dinner. Exquisite. The case this week wasn't really anything to note, though the concept was both grotesque and intriguing. The relationship between Will and Lecter has shifted slightly; there's more of a protective edge coming out of Hannibal, I think. I can't wait to see how it evolves come next week.
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