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Hannibal: The Lost Episode

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For a brutal show about brutal-er serial killers, NBC’s Hannibal is sure putting up a “sensitive” front in pulling the fourth episode of the season. But what about the story? ---

Since the series is skipping ahead to Episode 5 tonight, producer Bryan Fuller thought it might be helpful to present some of the major plot points of No. 4, “Ceuf,” in the form of six webisodes. Why not just put the whole ep online? Because that would be insensitive, you sick bastards … who follow a TV series about Dr. Hannibal Lecter.

So, if you want to know what the hell is going on tonight, watch these first, Hannibalites: