that I've not been read my rights?
I have not Mirandized Barney.
He is unaware of his rights.

So when you turned Dr Lecter over
to the Tennessee police--

They weren't civil to him.
They're all dead now.

They only survived his company
three days.

You survived him
six years at the asylum.

How'd you do that?
It wasn't just being civil.

Yes, it was.
Did you ever think, after he escaped,
he might come after you?

He once told me that,
whenever feasible...

he preferred to eat the rude.
"Free-range rude," he called 'em.
What about you?

You ever think he might come after you?
You ever think about him at all?

At least 30 seconds of every day.
I can't help it.

He's always with me,
like a bad habit.

Do you know what happened to his stuff--
his books, papers, drawings?

Everything got thrown away
when the place closed.

I just found out that Dr Lecter's
signed copy of The Joy of Cooking...

sold to a private collector
for $16,000.

It was probably a fake.
The seller's affidavit of ownership
was signed "Karen Phlox."

Do you know Karen Phlox?
You should.

She filled out your employment
application, but signed it "Barney."

Same thing on your tax returns.
You want the book?
Maybe I can get it back.

I want the X ray of Lecter's arm
you broke in the attack on that nurse...

and everything else you've got.
We used to talk about
a lot of things at night...

after the screamin'
finally died down.

We talked about you sometimes.
You wanna know what he said?

Go get the X ray.