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2x06 Futamono


Air dateApril 4, 2014

Written byStory: Andy Black
Teleplay: Andy Black and Bryan Fuller & Scott Nimerfro & Steve Lightfoot

Directed byTim Hunter

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"Futamono" is the sixth episode of Season 2, and overall the nineteenth produced hour of Hannibal. It will air on April 4, 2014.


When a city councilman’s body is found in a parking lot, intertwined with a tree, the artistry and missing organs suggest the work of the Chesapeake Ripper. Jack and the team race against time to catch the Ripper while he’s still on his killing spree. When Will suggests the possibility that the Ripper is filling his pantry with the victims’ organs, Jack crashes Hannibal Lecter’s dinner party to collect evidence and test the meat for human DNA. Jack’s growing suspicions drive Alana even closer to Hannibal, believing he is the victim of a witch hunt. Meanwhile, clues from the tree man help the BAU zero in on a location they believe the Ripper used. There they discover the most shocking revelation of Jack Crawford’s career — Miriam Lass alive.


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Futamono (蓋物)


A dish covered by a lid, typically a soup.