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#01 "Kaiseki" #06 "Futamono" #11 "Kō No Mono"
Season2
#02 "Sakizuke" #07 "Yakimono" #12 "Tome-wan"
#03 "Hassun" #08 "Su-zakana" #13 "Mizumono"
#04 "Takiawase" #09 "Shiizakana"
#05 "Mukōzuke" #10 "Naka-Choko" << Season 1 | Season 3 >>
2x04 Takiawase
Takiawase
SeasonEpisode

204

Air dateMarch 21, 2014

Written byScott Nimerfro & Bryan Fuller

Directed byDavid Semel
Cast
Recurring StarsEddie Izzard as Abel Gideon
Gina Torres as Bella Crawford
Kacey Rohl as Abigail Hobbs
Raúl Esparza as Frederick Chilton

Guest StarsAmanda Plummer as Katherine Pimms

Co-StarsSteven John Whistance-Smith as Lloyd Roat
Peyton Kennedy as Little Girl
Patrick Garrow as James Gray
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"Takiawase" is the fourth episode of Season 2, and overall the seventeenth produced hour of Hannibal. It will air on March 21, 2014.

SynopsisEdit

The BAU team is called in when a body is found in a meadow, the cranial cavity converted into a beehive. Meanwhile, Beverly Katz continues to work on the mural killer case, secretly consulting with Will Graham to decipher the killer’s human tapestry. Will insists that the killer was put in the mural by Hannibal Lecter, and urges her to prove that Hannibal is the real Chesapeake Ripper and Copycat Killer.


AnalysisEdit

Episode TitleEdit

Takiawase (煮合)

 

A dish containing a seperately-simmered combination of vegetables and fish, tofu, or meat.

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