Abigail Hobbes is still working on her biography with the annoying blogger, who is still not dead. I realize that at some point I will have to accept that she has a permanent role on this show, but not yet! For some reason Abigail is willing to put up with the blogger and all of her pointed questions and knowing glances and sage assessments, but only to a point. When the blogger starts digging into the death of Nick Boyle a.k.a. the guy Abigail skewered, Abigail starts to look a little put out. The blogger knows that Poor Dead Nick didn't kill Abigail's friend because the blogger knows things and she can tell Nick isn't a killer just by looking at him. She does, however, think that Graham is a murderer, just, you know, 'cause. Those are her top-notch journalism skills in action! If she's so smart, can she tell that Abigail hates her right now? Who knows!
Speaking of Graham, he is asleep in his bed, so we can assume he's having a nightmare. Oh and then the ghost of the dead girl is haunting him and she's got the creepy motions of the ghost in The Grudge. This is great! Perfect thing to watch before bed. In his nightmares Georgia looks like an extra in The Ring again. She says something to him and then antlers pierce her skin and she bursts into flames. I guess Graham's unconscious knows that she was killed by the copycat killer. He wakes up in a sweat-drenched hospital bed.
Graham talks to Crawford about the new suspicions that his subconscious dredged up. He tells Crawford that he thinks Georgia was murdered by the copycat killer, as was Dr. Sutcliffe. She told him that there was someone else in the room when Sutcliffe died, but she couldn't see his face due to her Cotard's Syndrome. Graham is fighting for her legacy -- he knows she didn't kill herself. Jack is intrigued, but highly suspicious when Graham pulls Sutcliffe's body out of cold storage and starts putting pieces together. Er... not physically for once. He thinks that the copycat killer has killed everyone since Garrett Jacob Hobbs death, including the people in DC. Crawford thinks the copycat killer is Abigail, but Graham has other ideas.
Crawford makes the unfortunate choice to go talk to Lecter about it. He doesn't understand if Graham is still sick or mentally ill or just trying to protect Abigail Hobbs. Lecter, of course, wants everyone to think it's mental illness, but Crawford is smart enough to suggest that perhaps Graham isn't so much crazy as crazy-smart.