New personal headcanon: Jaye Tyler is briefly institutionalized by her family, when they discover her talking to inanimate objects. She learns some coping mechanisms there and finds her true passion: psychiatry. She changes her name to Alana Bloom, to escape some of the unfortunate stigma, and moves to Chicago, where she is then loaned out to Quantico.
And, as DeadFashionista pointed out, this would totally explain why she’s so supportive of Will Graham when he starts hearing noises everywhere.
Also, Georgia Lass was never actually killed by a toilet seat from the space station. She had a psychotic break and disappeared into the wilderness, convinced she was dead because every time she looked in the mirror her face was not her face.
Ned the Piemaker is the child of a Reaper who fell in love with a human?
Hey, if we’re talking All Bryan Fuller Shows Are The Same Universe headcanons…
Well, they kind of are, by his own design. He likes to bring characters from his other shows in to his new works and has done that with Hannibal a few times: Gretchen Speck-Horowitz (Wonderfalls), he’s hinted that Miriam Lass is actually Reggie (Dead Like Me), and Ellen Muth’s character is Georgia Madchen (german for “girl”), so Georgia Lass (Dead Like Me).