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cleolinda
Just in case you didn't see it, the Hannibal "Kaiseki" recap did go up; because I had to split it into two posts, I ended up "publishing" them privately earlier in the day so I could look at them back and forth, then made them public right before the new episode aired. So if you didn't see them on your friends list, that's why. Also! I finished splitting the huge Storify post into two single-pagers so you can see all the stuff that I'm never able to cram in (the livetweeting and an imperial shit-ton of behind the scenes pictures, for starters). There's already a good bit of "Kaiseki" discussion going, and I'm going to wade in tomorrow; I wanted to let y'all start talking while I try to collate last night's tweets.

Thus, I'm now working on the "Sakizuke" recap, and obviously I want to have that up a lot sooner. Tomorrow night, I'm finally going to watch True Detective as it first airs--right in time for the finale, fnarrr. I stashed some discussion of that show into a Storify, but I don't know if I'll do anything with it (or if I have the time). I've been really tired--like, pleasantly drowsy--the last couple of days, possibly because that manic phase I had for about two weeks is winding down; it may be that I just really need to catch up on my sleep. So I'm trying to pace myself while still getting through this process as efficiently as I can, because there's other things I need to be doing as well (you'll find out later) (:D). That said, I'm really looking forward to this recap because what the hell did I even just watch.


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RIGHT? Like, it didn't have the tongue-in-cheek tone all the way through that "Sorbet" had, but the moments that were funny were hysterical. (Interestingly, the osso buco scene was structured in a very similar way to the "Who gets a spleen transplant?!" scene in that episode.)

If I could afford bone-in veal, I'd be making that for dinner RIGHT NOW.

RIGHT? Like, it didn't have the tongue-in-cheek tone all the way through that "Sorbet" had, but the moments that were funny were hysterical. (Interestingly, the osso buco scene was structured in a very similar way to the "Who gets a spleen transplant?!" scene in that episode.)

I think because it wasn't tongue-in-cheek throughout, it made the funny moments even funnier- I was cackling so much at certain lines- "Hello. I love your work". "Seems like I'm unemployed". "Not with that attitude" and "one of these things is not like the others..."

Also Will's sass was in full force, which I approve of. That and manipulative Will, because I just know he's going to be awesome and fun to watch. My abused puppy is now an angry mongoose and I love it.

I think you'll find that it was actually pork-in-cheek.

I keep wondering what Hannibal did with the extra servings of osso buco he made. I doubt he ate them all (not looking as trim and fit as he is), and I don't imagine he's a big left-overs type. Make it and pack it, yeah. I just can't see him putting them into a container, then rooting around in the fridge wondering what to eat, only to remember the osso buco and going, "Oh, yeah. I still have some of that left. I'll eat that." Come to think of it, he probably does keep left-overs, since he implied that he ONLY eats human flesh.

Maybe he turns them into lunches?


Somehow I doubt the man owns a microwave, so reheating that stuff must be tedious. Is he fastidious/wasteful enough to just toss the leftovers? There are little cannibals overseas going hungry, you know!

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