Crawford's team has pieced together the fact that Abigail and her father probably worked together. Crawford goes to question her, but only finds the annoying blogger who demands answers she is not entitled to such as "Did Abigail Hobbes kill Nick Boyle? What is Graham trying to hide?" Then the blogger almost gleefully tells Crawford that Graham snuck Abigail out of the hospital. Crawford is not happy about that.
Crawford goes to talk to Lecter and demands answers about Graham. Crawford is doing a lot of demanding during this episode. Lecter seizes the moment and throws Graham under the bus. He tells Crawford that Graham is losing time and dissociating. He claims he never mentioned it before because he wasn't sure whether it was mental illness or job stress causing the issues. Lecter then nefariously plays Crawford a recording where Graham explains that he felt guilty at a crime scene. Lecter just waits for Crawford to put the pieces together that Graham was the last to see Dr. Sutcliffe and Georgia. And now he has Hobbs' daughter and Lecter points out that Hobbs intended to kill her. He then says, "I'm so sorry, Jack." Crawford shakes his head and walks out not wanting to believe that Graham killed everyone, but seemingly resigned to it.
Graham and Abigail take a flight (first class even!) back to Minnesota for a quick trip to Hobbs' hunting cabin, which is still filled with bloody antlers. Graham is sweating again as he wonders about the copycat killer. Abigail admits that she was the lure for her father and that Crawford's suspicions about her are correct. She is surprised that Lecter didn't tell him. The truth triggers a gruesome hallucination where Graham shoves Abigail into the antlers. Graham's brain is imploding and it quickly comes to the point where they suspect each other of being the copycat killer. Graham wakes up on an empty plane back in Virginia. He's confused. It's hard to know what has happened, what's real. The editing was masterful, but also super confusing. We may never know what was real and what was a hallucination. Things aren't looking good for Abigail or Graham right now, though.
Cut to Abigail at her family home. Lecter is waiting for her. She hugs him and tells him that she left Graham at the cabin because he was creeping her out. Lecter tells her that Crawford knows the truth about her and breaks the news that they will arrest her when they find her and Graham, too. Abigail seems troubled that people will start to suspect Graham is the copycat, but the more Lecter talks, the more it all starts to click for her: Lecter is the copycat right now. As terror dawns on her, she asks Lecter why he would call and warn her father that Graham and the Feds were coming. "I was curious what would happen," he responds with an amoral shrug. He was curious when he killed her friend and he was curious what would happen with her after she killed Nick. She wants to know how many people he killed. He admits that it is many more than her father. She asks if he is going to kill her and he just says, "I'm so sorry, Abigail. I'm sorry I couldn't protect you in this life." We don't see what happens, but we can figure it out.