I’ve written before about whether or not Hannibal Lecter (in Bryan Fuller’s titular series) is being presented without some necessary flaws. After seeing how he’s being treated after his capture, I see no reason to change that opinion. [Spoilers follow for Season 3, so far.]
Hannibal's second season has taken us through Will Graham's ascent from broken prisoner to deliberate foil to Hannibal Lecter. Hannibal watches Graham's development with pride, as Will's darker impulses reach the surface. And then there's Mason Verger, who ate bits of his own face. So that happened. [Spoilers below.]
Bryan Fuller's masterpiece program is winding to the end of its second season. In terms of Kaiseki, Shiizakana can mean items added to the menu. It certainly applies. Spoilers follow.
There are any number of things that can be said about last night's episode of Hannibal. "Holy $#!t" and other such euphemisms come to mind. Three different stories, barely cross-pollenating. That buzzing noise you hear is the sound of human beings, dropping like flies. [Spoilers below.]