This episode, in the psychological aspect, was one of the most exciting yet. Action-wise, it was dull, but there was so much development in the story I didn't care. I find it intriguing to see how much darker Hannibal Lecter seems to have gotten over the course of 11 episodes, from playing an innocent psychiatrist (with an accent that can sometimes be distracting) to framing Will as a serial killer for murders he didn't do, when he (Hannibal) had committed the murders himself. I feel really bad for Will, who now has all the odds turned against him, but that could work out as an excellent cliffhanger to the next season. So, overall, this episode was good. Not the best, but good all the same. :) :)
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