A lot has changed for Dexter this season. He’s married with a new house and he’s got a new baby in the world. It’s taking a toll on our favorite serial killer. He’s messing up at his job because of his lack of sleep.
Season 4 is pretty incredible. Dexter just keeps getting better. It’s been a while since I wrote this and I just didn’t have time to post these, so I decided to do so this week. Here you go!
Warning: Spoilers ahead and strong language.
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Quinn tries to bribe Dex, but it doesn’t work. Trinity is in full swing. Things just get worse for Dexter in this episode.
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Dex is at a backyard BBQ in his new neighborhood. Rita tells Dexter that she talked with his doctors. She says that she will be driving him around, as per his doctor’s orders. There is a neighborhood vandal.
Meanwhile, the Trinity killer is getting ready to kill another victim. He throws her down a building. He actually makes her jump.
Dexter’s door gets marked. Getting driven around by his wife is slowly driving Dexter insane. At the precinct, they’ve come up empty on Johnny Rhodes. Quinn bribes Dex with some tickets to the Dolphins. Dex gives them to Matsuka.
Dex and Deb takes the next victim of the Trinity killer. Lundy arrives on the scene. Her name is Tarla Grant. Lundy thinks that she is married with two kids. Maybe there were other murders that happened here.
Matsuka gives Dex a ride home. He arrives to a neighborhood watch meeting. He sees that Astor little friend has spray paint on his shoes. He takes his soda can to match with a spray can that he found on his property. They actually match up. That means that Jesse Brightman is the vandal.
There is a matching suicide 30 years ago at the same place. Anton arrives at the station to have lunch with foul-mouthed Deb. They join Dex, and Lundy pops in as well.
LaGuerta and Angel take the opportunity to go out on a case and play hookie. They check up on an old flame of Rhodes. She isn’t home. They find Nikki and Rhodes, who immediately starts firing at them. They both start shooting at them. They return fire and pursue. They get away in a car.
At his house, Dex is trying to catch Jesse in the act. Dex gets spotted by the neighbor hood watch and has to run off. The vandal struck again. It’s getting more dangerous.
Deb can’t believe the evidence that Matsuka has gathered. With the autopsy report, it means that it’s a suicide. LaGuerta wants her to work on another case. Quinn is in Dex’s face. Dex tells him that he doesn’t give a shit that Quinn is dirty.
Dex tells Deb that fear is a powerful motivator. Grant might have been compelled to jump.
Quinn is getting massaged by his topless girl. He makes the mistake of unloading on her, and she is recording this in her mind for a big story.
It turns out that the vandal is Jesse’s father. While he comes back, he breaks the security floodlights that his neighbor installed. Rita sees him.
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