• The Doctor’s Widow

    Finally got around to watching it, after putting it off for so long.
    I agree wholeheartedly, and share the same sentiment in regard to being one of the finest (~43 minutes) hours of Television.

    Will, for me was shown to finally accept Hannibal; perforated and bloody, embracing his equal in a fashion that mirrored the Season 2 finale.
    He accepted him, rather than reject him which was alluded to several times during both this season and episode.
    I also took comfort in the apparent development of their relationship in the sense that Will could always find peace within himself (during Seasons 1/ 2), by retreating to his minds’ river… His worries washed and ebbed by the flow.
    Now this river, we learn was simply a tributary in comparison to the “rolling Atlantic” they stand over now.
    Peace has encompassed Will.
    The Ocean now “eroding” the land away, upon whom stood Miriam Lass and Abigail Hobbs in the past… All gone now.
    Soon the corpse of Francis D. will also succumb to the unending undulation of the crashing waves.
    “Another tear on the cheek of time”.

    I can’t go without thanking you, my unsung hero, unerring in your ways to consistently review each episode of Hannibal which I’ve always taken pleasure in reading.
    So, truly- thank you, Lewis!

    I hope this isn’t the last we see of each other.
    To the other side! (I hope).