After last season’s incredible finale, Dexter is back to deal with some personal problems. His life has gotten a lot more complicated ever since he killed his brother.
His sister Deb has moved in. She was dating Dexter’s half-brother and was almost killed by him. Since then, life is problematic for Dexter. He can no longer kill as easily as before. He messes up some opportunities and Dokes keeps following him around.
I really liked this episode. Once of the best moments last season was when Dexter punched out Rita’s ex. He didn’t know what to do with him. Things worked out, but not as well as he would have liked. The duality of being in law enforcement and being a serial killer is strange. It’s just a question of time before he is found out. Or will he? I recommend this show.
Warning: Spoilers ahead.
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Dexter is being closely followed by Dokes. He can not kill. It has been a long time since he had gotten satisfaction. On the night that Dokes takes off, Dex can’t bring himself to kill his latest victim.
Deb is living with Dex, since Dex’s brother tried to kill Deb at the end of last season, she cannot live in a place by herself. This complicates life for Dex, who likes living alone.
He seems no longer completely in control. He makes love to Rita and has problems concentrating.
Dex’s bodies have been discovered by treasure hunters. All of them. Like any serial killer, he has his rituals. He always dumps the bodies of his victims at the same place.
Paul has been bugging Rita to find a shoe. Paul is convinced rightly that Dexter is behind his problems in prison. Deb is
Dexter is busy trying to kill Chino, the head of the gang that killed someone. He wasn’t able to go through with it and Chino escapes. He comes to see Rita and learns that Paul was killed in prison.
Dexter discovers that his bodies were discovered. He starts to feel again.
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