Danny’s mom is still in town, and with few other options to keep her busy, Grover takes her out for a ride-along, and she gets to do a shooting simulation.
Meanwhile, Five-0 has to call in Jerry, the conspiracy specialist (Jorge Garcia) to help investigate a Chinese satellite that is down. There’s a strange woman following them around during the investigation, but once she tries to get the best of Jerry, he tasers her and duct tapes her to a chair until Steve and Five-0 can get there and figure out what to do with her.
She helps the investigation, but only gives up a little bit at a time, drawing things out. But, after being so closely involved in the case, Jerry is too afraid to stay at home. “They” might find him. He needs to lie low for a while, and where better than McGarrett’s place?
— Hawaii Five-0 (@HawaiiFive0CBS) March 8, 2014
Hannibal is off on an adventure, having learned where the newest killer has made his “art”, some old silos. The killer has arranged the bodies he’s captured in a circular pattern, creating what looks like the iris of an eye, when seen from above, like from the top of the silo, trying to make it seem like he is looking up at God, as God looks down at the world. Hannibal is pleased to find the killer there when he arrives. He compliments him, but that’s the end of their introduction.
One of the iris’s bodies escapes, tearing his skin which has been sewn to the other bodies around him, in order to get away. He runs through a corn field, eluding the killer’s gunfire, and makes it to a cliff. He jumps, but hits the rocks on the way down, and is killed or knocked unconscious (which would mean he subsequently drowned), before he gets to the water below.
Will again sees the right answer when he sees the crime scene photos of the iris in the silo, noting that one of the bodies doesn’t fit with the design. The one in the center, the one replacing the one who escaped. It’s the killer himself, whom Hannibal himself sewed into the design, convincing him it would complete his life’s work. But then, he takes the man’s leg as a trophy, and prepares it for dinner once he gets it home.
The FBI lawyer/internal affairs lady, Prurnell (Cynthia Nixon) comes to speak to Will, trying to make a deal, but it’s unclear what her intentions are or what she really wants to have happen.
But Will has plenty of visitors this week, from Katz to Prurnell, and even Lecter’s shrink, Dr. Du Maurier (Gillian Anderson). However, her visit is by far the most interesting: she comes in and talks to him, normally at first, then, she closes the space between the bars, likely knowing that Chilton is having Will’s visitors recorded, and steps close enough to whisper that she believes Will’s story over Lecter’s. The guards come and remove her quickly before she can explain, but for Will, there’s now a speck of hope in what had seemed an impossible situation.
I had suspected that Du Maurier wasn’t on board with Lecter since the premiere, as the more he shares about Will, the more uncomfortable it makes her. Now, I think it’s clear she believes Lecter is more than even what he shares with her, and is hiding something, making her want to believe that Will is correct, and Lecter manipulated him. However, it looks like she’s worried about Lecter’s next moves, and is making plans to leave town. It’s hard to say how much help she can be if she leaves to avoid whatever wrath Hannibal might have in store.
I’m still not sure why the ratings are not going up on this show. I thought this week’s episode was great, if a little grisly. Maybe it’s just the Friday thing. Anyway, if you like suspense, like a little darkness, and can handle a little gore and viscera, you should be watching this show!
Emily’s been having blackouts, and she keeps losing hours at a time, where part of the time, she behaves incredibly irrationally and unlike herself, and other times, she’s confused, afraid, and doesn’t remember any of it. Nolan helps her piece some of it together, but explaining it to Aiden proves more difficult.
Both Conrad and Victoria get visits from their past as Conrad’s first wife, Stevie, shows up with a proposition for Emily and a few sharp words for her successor, Victoria, while Victoria encounters Patrick’s father again after Patrick hires him to refurbish the gallery after the fire.
Emily has to confront Nico, who is holding Aiden hostage in hopes of luring her there, and she bests her in a swordfight, but Aiden stops her before she kills Nico. I think this will be the end of that subplot for a while, at least. Until she comes up with a better way to get back at Aiden and Emily for her father’s death, but I suspect that will be a long time coming, if ever.
Everybody’s up to something: Conrad has some plan that Emily must have heard during one of her blackouts; Blackout Emily has been up to something that Regular Emily can’t access; and after an emotional encounter with Patrick’s father, and a subsequent “accidental” fall in which the man fell and banged his head on the edge of a counter, Victoria and her oldest son must find a way to cover up the history and make it look like an accident. It was an accident, technically, but Victoria delayed the emergency call just long enough I think to ensure the man’s death.
I missed the first ten minutes, having been so enthralled by the ending of week one of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey that I forgot Revenge was on at a new time, so I was a little confused with some of the events. It looks like Aiden and Emily are on the outs (thank god), so I wonder if eventually, she and Daniel might be able to repair things between them. It’s a long shot, but I have hope. I suspect she’ll get tied up with Jack first if that trajectory is ever going to play out, but perhaps something might still happen…
That’s the last of them from last week!
The schedule for the week ahead is considerably lighter than the past two weeks, but it’s still loaded up pretty well:
From Monday, I’ll have recaps from the new ep of HIMYM, The Following and Bates Motel. 2 Broke Girls was a rerun this week.
Tuesday night, it’s a new Agents of SHIELD, New Girl, Justified, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Growing up Fisher, and Chicago Fire. I’ve cut Mind Games, and take note that next week, SHIELD is off, but there’s a special feature by Marvel on assembling the superhero universes, presumably involving SHIELD, the Thor tie-ins, and the upcoming Captain America movie.
Wednesday, it’s all new episodes of Psych, The Americans, and Nashville, and it’s the season finale of Men at Work! The finale is a double episode, so note that it’ll be an hour long instead of the usual half-hour.
Thursday, it’s new episodes of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, Grey’s, Scandal, Suits, Reign, and The Crazy Ones.
Friday, a new episode of Rake is on at a new night and new time, followed by new episodes of Hawaii Five-0 and Hannibal.
Sunday, Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey returns for week two, and Revenge is all new again.
Have a great week!
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