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The 26th & 27th; "If I die, then it means I have lived."

The 26th of July.

Rest day. I got up at nine from a glorious sleep in my own bed; it was delightful. I love home. Especially taps with pressure. 400 more words

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I loved alone.

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I like the vowel in Richard Armitage's "hi"

Taken from this account of the book signing in San Diego (in Spanish). The author thinks that Armitage was more intimated by the fans than the fans by Armitage.

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Mads for Hannibal

I noticed Hannibal was on Sky Box Sets recently, I’d heard good things so thought I’d give it a watch. I have now became completely obsessed in every way & I am well and truely a “Fannibal” 339 more words

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The Great Red Dragon: Analyzing Hannibal's eighth serving of season 3

Hannibal takes a refreshing turn to form after ending it’s Hannibal-on-the run arc in last week’s episode. The Great Red Dragon mostly serves the purpose of catching folks up with what has happened with the characters in the apparent three years in which Hannibal has been incarcerated, and to introduce you to the looming threat of the newly-introduced Tooth Fairy. 1,009 more words

Analysis

Decider Review of Richard Armitage et al., - decidedly great

here

Thanks to Micra for the link.
More impressive still is Richard Armitage’s instant-classic work as Francis Dolarhyde — aka the Tooth Fairy, aka the Great Red Dragon — whom he doesn’t so much play as inhabit. 138 more words

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5 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Give Up on NBC's "Hannibal"

Though NBC officially cancelled Bryan Fuller’s series Hannibal in June and it appears that the show may be out of options when it comes to finding a new home on a streaming site, if Saturday night’s episode is any indication, the best the show has to offer may be yet to come. 1,035 more words

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