D'you wanna come with me?
When Jack and Hannibal are eating ‘flounder’ at the beginning of the episode, Hannibal says he has prepared this meal before for his aunt, Lady Murasaki, who was also mourning. Mourning what? Most likely the deathsof MIscha. MIscha the sister Hannibal holds so dearly. Using this one could say that on some level Will’s death upsets and or reminds him of losing Mischa.
A common trait of psychopaths is denial, an unwillingness to take responsibility for their actions. Hannibal views Will Graham’s fate much like the death of Mischa: it was a tragic accident, a cruel twist of fate, and not something he was ultimately responsible for.
i have this weird theory that the killer of the week is buffalo bill because he adored human skin but skinned them eventually. just a theory so don’t rain any hate down on me.
It’s unlikely, not because you’re analysis is off but because Fuller has discussed that his production doesn’t have the rights to The Silence of the Lambs, only Red Dragon with an episode-by-episode option to use content from the Hannibal novel. So, currently the show can’t use Buffalo Bill or Clarice Starling, hence the expies of Silence characters who appeared in the previous season (i.e. Miriam Lass for Starling, and Franklyn for Benjamin Raspail).
I don’t hate Beliebers
I don’t hate Directioners
I don’t hate Whovians
I don’t hate Sherlockians
I don’t hate Potterheads
I don’t hate Twihards
I hate people who are rude
I hate people who send death threats
I hate people who defend what they love even when it’s done wrong
I hate people who aren’t nice
I don’t hate fandoms
I hate rude people, even if they are from my own fandom
"After all that’s happened, you know what I’ve learned? It’s not about hating the guy on the other side because someone told you to. I mean, you should hate someone because they’re an asshole, or a pervert, or snob, or they’re lazy, or arrogant or an idiot or know-it-all. Those are reasons to dislike somebody. You don’t hate a person because someone told you to. You have to learn to despise people on a personal level. Not because they’re red, or because they’re blue, but because you know them, and you see them every single day. And you can’t stand them, because they’re a complete and total fucking douchebag."
— Red vs. Blue, episode 100
Everyone keeps saying that Daft Punk should have removed their helmets after receiving their award, but they’ve come too far to give up who they are