[..] I always felt Will would be a very difficult character to portray on screen, if you didn’t have those sequences and also if you don’t see him at home with his dogs. The two give a full balance of who he is, that he has something he holds very dear to him, which is really quite loveable and heart breaking. Will is so lonely and protects himself with his fishing rods and his dogs and his whiskey and his little house. Then he goes to work and has to deal with these absolutely horrific situations. - Hugh Dancy
I really want to know who thought it was a good idea to let Will Graham within a hundred miles of a crime scene. Like, what was the thought process there? “Oh hey, check out this super-sensitive empath type who can internalize the feelings of other people. LET’S THROW HIM AT PSYCHOPATHS!” I bet Mr.Genius treated himself to a drink afterwards too, the asshole.