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"Potage" is the third episode of season one of the psycho-thriller/crime-drama television series Hannibal. The episode was directed by David Slade with a teleplay written by David Fury, Chris Brancato and Bryan Fuller. It first aired on Friday, April 18th, 2013.

In this episode, Abigail Hobbs awakens from her coma. Will Graham is still reeling from the psychological fallout of having killed her father, Garret Jacob Hobbs. Jack Crawford wants to press Abigail for information so he can provide some ease to her father's victims' families. Alana tries to bond with Abigail and is disturbed by her seeming stability at having survived such a tremendous injury. Freddie Lounds makes her move and tries forge her own inroad into Abigail's psychosis. Meanwhile, Hannibal eats some stuff.

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  • Hannibal was developed for television by Bryan Fuller. It is based on the novel Red Dragon by author Thomas Harris.
  • This episode is rated TV-14.

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  • A potage is a category of thick soups, stews, or porridges, in some of which meat and vegetables are boiled together with water until they form into a thick mush.

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  1. Credited, but does not appear in this episode.


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