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Hannibal: Futamono

As everyone tries to come to terms with the accusation that Will tried to have Hannibal killed, several bodies are gathering in the morgue. They all bear resemblance to the Chesapeake Ripper and coincide with Hannibal throwing a dinner party. One particular body leads Jack to make a discovery.

Episode Info

Episode number: 2x6
Airdate: Friday April 04th, 2014

Alternate Airdates:

DK (Kanal 5) May 18, 2014
UK (sky LIVING) Jun 10, 2014


Special Guest Stars
Eddie IzzardEddie Izzard
As Dr. Abel Gideon

Starring Roles
Scott Thompson (1)Scott Thompson (1)
As Jimmy Price
Aaron AbramsAaron Abrams
As Brian Zeller

Guest Stars
Raúl EsparzaRaúl Esparza
As Dr. Chilton

Co-Guest Stars
Anna ChlumskyAnna Chlumsky
As Miriam Lass
Ted LudzikTed Ludzik
As Male Nurse
Jamaal GrantJamaal Grant
As Guard
Main Cast
Mads MikkelsenMads Mikkelsen
As Dr. Hannibal Lecter
Hugh DancyHugh Dancy
As FBI Special Agent Will Graham
Caroline DhavernasCaroline Dhavernas
As Dr. Alana Bloom
Laurence FishburneLaurence Fishburne
As FBI Special Agent Jack Crawford


Hannibal writes music in his room while Jack meets with Will. He tells Will that an employee almost killed Hannibal and he was the same man suspected of killing the judge and bailiff. Will says the judge was killed by the Chesapeake Ripper but didn't ask for Hannibal to be killed. Jack listens as Will tells him why the murderer kills in quick groups of three: if Hannibal waits too long, the meat will go bad. Jack insists that it's not Hannibal but Will suggests that if the Ripper is killing, Hannibal is planning a dinner party...

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Episode Quotes
Will: If the Ripper's killing, you can bet Hannibal Lecter's planning a dinner party. You and I probably sipped wine while swallowing the people to whom we were trying to give justice, Jack. Who does he have to kill before you open your eyes?

Hannibal: (to Jack) I can't help Will. I can't trust him. He's in a dark place where the shadows move and it's not safe to stand with him anymore.

Will: You should've let him die.
Gideon: Shoulda, coulda, woulda.
Will: He's gonna kill you, you know.
Gideon: Can't get me in here.
Will: No, here is exactly where he'll get you, Abel. The moment I convinced the chief of staff to put you in a cell next to me, you were stamped with an expiration date. Anyone who gets too close gets got. He's the devil, remember? Smoke.

(Chilton plays a recording of Gideon describing Lecter's home)
Jack: Abel Gideon is a lunatic.
Chilton: He is psychotic, not psychic.

Chilton: There has not been a word exchanged between those two men in my hospital that I have not heard.
Jack: Then you're aware what Will is accusing Hannibal Lecter of?
Chilton: Oh, yes. I am aware. And I am grateful that I have trouble digesting animal proteins, as the last meals I have shared with Hannibal Lecter have all been salads.

Chilton: Hannibal the cannibal. That is what they'll call him, you know.

Hannibal: Last time someone rang my doorbell this early, it was a census taker.

Hannibal: Shall I carve?
Gideon: I think you already have.
Hannibal: Your legs are no good to you anymore. You've got a T4 fracture of the vertebra. This is a far more practical use of those limbs.

Gideon: You intend me to be my own last supper?
Hannibal: Yes.
Gideon: How does one politely refuse a dish in circumstances such as these?
Hannibal: One doesn't. The tragedy is not to die, Abel, but to be wasted.
Gideon: (slowly takes a bite as Hannibal watches) My compliments to the chef.

Cultural References
When the doorbell interrupts Hannibal with Dr. Bloom he tells her that the last time someone rang his doorbell that early, it was a census taker. That is a reference to a line from "Silence of the Lambs", where Hannibal claimed to have eaten the liver of a census taker with some fava beans and a nice chianti.

When he leaves his room, Hannibal walks by a set of samurai armor. It's not the same pieces but it is a nod to the armor Hannibal had in the movie, "Hannibal Rising".

Other Episode Crew

DeveloperBryan Fuller
Executive ProducerMichael Rymer  |  Bryan Fuller  |  Martha De Laurentiis  |  Chris Brancato  |  David Slade  |  Elisa Roth  |  Katie O'Connell  |  Christophe Riandee  |  Sidonie Dumas  |  Steven Lightfoot
Co-Executive ProducerScott Nimerfro  |  Jeff Vlaming  |  Ayanna Floyd
ProducerMichael Wray
Co-ProducerTim King
Consulting ProducerJesse Alexander
Associate ProducerLoretta Ramos  |  Michael Kessler (2)
Production DesignerMatthew Davies
EditorBen Wilkinson (2)
CastingRobin D. Cook
First Assistant DirectorSteve Webb
Second Assistant DirectorTyler Delben
MusicBrian Reitzell
Music EditorLee Scott (3)
Music SupervisorBrian Reitzell
Costume DesignerChristopher Hargadon
Key GripRobert Daprato
Set DesignerItsuko Kurono  |  Gord Peterson
Set DecoratorJaro Dick
Location ManagerPhil Spurvey
Transportation CoordinatorOrest Muz
Property MasterStephen Levitt
Construction CoordinatorDwight Doerksen
Script SupervisorMarta Borowski
Production CoordinatorAmy Cuthbertson
GafferFranco Tata
On-Line EditorPaul Deakin
Director of PhotographyJames Hawkinson
Stunt CoordinatorKen Quinn
Art DirectorRory Cheyne
Assistant Production CoordinatorAngelica Bailey
Post Production CoordinatorAustin Titley
Production ManagerLaurie Mirsky
Sound EditorMark Shnuriwsky  |  Alastair Gray
Sound MixerAo Loo
Third Assistant DirectorGrant Boyle
Costume SupervisorSoo Luen Tom
Visual Effects SupervisorRobert Crowther
Main Title DesignMomoco
Production AccountantDonna Demers
Extras CastingRoisin McGilly
"A" Camera OperatorPeter Sweeney
Visual Effects ProducerAnthony Paterson
Executive In Charge Of ProductionCarol Dunn Trussell
Re-recording EngineerSteve Foster (1)  |  Scott Shepherd (1)
Original CastingCamille H. Patton  |  Jennifer Lare
Graphic DesignerHamish Buchanan
Visual EffectsRocket Science VFX
ColoristMark Kueper
Assistant Costume DesignerShelley Mansell
Special Effects CoordinatorShane Million
Based On Characters Created ByThomas Harris
Foley ArtistJohn Elliot (1)
Digital Imaging TechnicianErik Greensmith
Best Boy GripRobert Vigus
Dialogue EditorJanice Ierulli
"B" Camera OperatorBrad Crosbie
Music Engineer/mixerMichael Perfitt
Animal WranglerJim Lovisek
1st Assistant EditorCory Augustyn
Best Boy ElectricChris Little (1)
Foley RecordistSteve Copley
First Assistant AccountantSusan Bassett  |  Kristine Child
Key MakeupKatie Brennan
Key HairEtheline Joseph
Mix AssistantAdam Raley  |  Paolo Amati
Key ScenicJohn Bannister
Dialogue CoachDiane Pitblado
Culinary ConsultantJose Andres
Prosthetics SupervisorFrançois Dagenais
First Assistant Accountant PayrollMonica Ionson
Forensics ConsultantDave Weiland
Harpsichord SoloistPatricia Mabee
Food ConsultantJanice Poon
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