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Summary:Jack & Alana are contacted by a former colleague, Dr. Chilton, who believes he has The Chesapeake Ripper in custody, but then one of his patients commits a murder that matches The Ripper’s profile. The team determines the Ripper was a surgeon and is still at large when Jack’s former protege Miriam becomes the next victim. Jack copes with her loss and the prospect of losing his wife by opening-up to Hannibal.
Of course, Abigail Hobbs is nowhere to be found in ‘Coquilles’; a nice fact that allows for a more undivided examination of Will and, in this particular case, Jack Crawford and his wife Phyllis (played by the excellent Gina Torres of ‘Firefly‘ and ‘Suits’ fame), and grants the Hobbs/Lecter dynamic some time to breathe and not feel so rushed. Furthermore, in the absence of Hannibal’s machinations with the young woman, ‘Coquilles’ brings the focus back to Will and, more pointedly, the efforts that Hannibal is seemingly undertaking to “alienate” Will from Jack.
From the beginning, Hannibal has shown an incredible ability to portray the grisly details of serial killers and, more importantly, the ramifications of their crimes, both in terms of their victims and the people who’ve devoted their lives to investigating and stopping these killers. One of, if not the clearest example of this was established early on as the battle for Will’s mind – both his unique ability and his sanity – kicked the series off, and ever since the violent conclusion to the Minnesota Shrike case, Will’s already fragile psyche has begun to collapse under the strain.
“I don’t know how much longer I can be all that useful to you, Jack,” Will tells Crawford after they find, but fail to apprehend the Angelmaker, a man suffering from a brain tumor that has him killing and arranging his victims like angels by transforming the skin on their backs into figurative wings. It’s gruesome stuff to be sure, but rather than simply focus on the ghastly state of the Angelmaker’s victims, the episode bluntly points out how damaging looking at this stuff can actually be. “This is bad for me,” Will says, as he’s caught between doing what’s right and doing what’s right for him.