Here are the spoilers for Hannibal Season 2, Episodes 4, 5, and 6. Episodes airs Friday, 10:00 p.m. ET, on NBC.
Episode 4 — “Takiawase” (March 21)
The team will get called in when a body is found in a meadow, the cranial cavity converted into a beehive.
In the meantime, Beverly Katz will continue to work on the mural killer case, secretly consulting with Will Graham to decipher the killer’s human tapestry.
Episode 5 — “Mukozuke” (March 28)
When one of the team’s own is found in a grotesque tableau, Will is going to volunteer to assist with the profile, and will inform Jack that it’s the work of the Chesapeake Ripper and the Copycat Killer, the two are one and the same.
Dr. Able Gideon will get brought back to the asylum to help confirm Will’s claims of the Ripper’s true identity, but instead, suggests to Will the idea of putting an end to the Ripper once and for all.
Confined behind bars, Will is going to enlist the help of Freddie Lounds to contact his murderous admirer through her website. Once he has the killer’s attention, Will is going to ask for help dealing with Hannibal.
Alana will become suspicious of Will’s intentions after reading Freddie’s article, and Gideon will confirm her suspicions, sending Alana and Jack rushing to find Hannibal before it’s too late.
Episode 6 — “Futamono” (April 4)
When a city councilman’s body is found in a parking lot, intertwined with a tree, the artistry and missing organs suggest the work of the Chesapeake Ripper.
Jack and the team race against time to catch the Ripper while he’s on his killing spree. When Will suggests the possibility that the Ripper is filling his pantry with victims’ organs, Jack crashes Hannibal Lector’s dinner party to collect evidence and test the meat for human DNA. Jack’s growing suspicions drive Alana even closer to Hannibal, believing he is the victim of a witch hunt.
Meanwhile, clues from the tree man help the BAU zero in on a location they believe the Ripper used. There they will discover the most shocking revelation of Jack Crawford’s career — Miriam Lass alive.