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Hannibal Preview: “Ko No Mono” [PHOTOS and VIDEO] 

Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC

Regular or extra crispy, everyone?  If you saw the promo last week, you’ll know that someone is burned to death in a wheelchair in tonight’s episode.  And, if you are familiar with the Hannibal Lecter mythology, you’ll know that the character who met that gruesome end was reporter Freddie Lounds, but at the hand of Francis Dolarhyde in Red Dragon.  Initially I wasn’t absolutely sure that it was Lounds in the chair but judging from the preview photos and episode synopsis, it seems highly likely.  The only question that remains is who did it and why.  Last week’s episode ended with Will (Hugh Dancy) kidnapping Lounds after she discovers his stash of left-over Randall Tier body parts, but would Will actually commit murder and kill Freddie?

We are also going to see some of the aftermath of Margot’s (Katherine Isabelle) very impulsive one-night stand with Will.  She is now pregnant with Will’s baby and obviously her psycho brother, Mason, isn’t thrilled about that.  The guy may be crazy but he’s not stupid and knows full well that if Margot has a son she would no longer have a use for her brother and thus, would give her a big incentive to get rid of him once and for all.

Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC

Episode 2.11 is titled “Ko No Mono” and airs tonight at 10/9c on NBC.

Need a refresher of last week’s episode? Check out our review of the very bizarre, but brilliant, 2.10 episode “Naka-choko” .

Photos:

Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC
Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC

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