Dr. Hannibal Lecter: I’m beginning to suspect you’re investigating me, Agent Crawford.
Jack Crawford: No, no. No, you were referred to me by Alana Bloom in the psychology department Georgetown.
Hannibal: Most psychology departments are filled with personality deficients. Dr. Bloom would be the exception.
Jack: Yes, she would. Yes, she would. Well, she told me that you mentored her during her residency at Johns Hopkins.
Hannibal: I learned as much from her as she did from me.
Jack: Yes, but she also showed me, uh, your paper. “Evolutionary” uh, “Evolutionary Origins of Social Exclusion”?
Jack: Very interesting. Very interesting. Even for a layman.
Hannibal: A layman?
Hannibal: So many learned fellows going about in the halls of Behavioral Science at the FBI, and you consider yourself a layman.
Jack: I do when I’m in your company, doctor. Um, I need you to help me with a psychological profile.