"If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?"
“Let me tell you something. I’m a Sikh. And I lived in India back in 1984, when a Sikh assassinated Indira Gandhi. Mobs of people went door-to-door, using voter rolls to identify the Sikhs and kill them. They were chanting outside our door while we hid in the closet. The only reason I’m still alive is that our neighbor convinced them that we’d moved away. So I don’t have anything to say to a large group of people. I hate large groups of people.”
The wonderful thing about humans is that you can make all the well-researched arguments you want and then a comedian will get up on stage and go ABWUHHHH??? and say something obviously flagrantly wrong and that will make everyone believe it, because humans do not care about accuracy and will believe anything that someone of sufficiently high status tells them.
My point is this was the best episode of the second season so far!
Is it wrong to feel sympathy for Dr. Chilton? NO, it’s not!
Dr. Lecter, you are a piece of shit….