Following his strange trip to Minnesota, Graham is taken into custody by Crawford for the probable murder of Abigail Hobbs. They find her severed ear in his kitchen sink and her blood under his fingernails. Alana is left devastated by the arrest and is determined to find the cause of Graham's dementia, despite Crawford's insistence that there is no underlying cause. She has him draw a clock when he tells her that Dr. Lecter had him perform a similar test, and the results solidify her belief that there is a physical explanation for Graham's instability.
Did You Know?
At the ending of the scene, Will Graham rises from the cot and approaches the cell door. He greets Hannibal the same way that Anthony Hopkins' character (Dr. Hannibal Lecter) greets Angent Starling in the Silence of the Lambs (1991). Also, Will Graham is wearing the same type prison jump suit that Anthony Hopkins' character wore. See more
Although Will Graham shows symptoms of hemineglect (ignoring one side of space) when drawing a clock for Dr. Lecter and Alana Bloom, he shows no other symptoms. See more
Dr. Hannibal Lecter
You catch these killers by getting into their heads, but you also let them into your own.