Last night's Dexter episode was the one we've all been waiting for. The climax to the slow build that this season has been working towards. How was the pay off? Find out.
With only one episode left, Dexter is getting down to the nitty-gritty. The walls are closing in on everyone and seemingly every single character is two seconds away from getting murdered. There was a lot to take in this week.
Last night's episode of Dexter was seriously messed up. Like, make you listen to girls being raped, messed up. Today, we're going to go ahead and skip all that, and break down all of the action minus the rapey stuff.
This week's episode of Dexter was murder free and yet still managed to pack it's regular punch. With only two episodes left, and the walls closing in him, we're starting to wonder... Is Dexter going to have to kill everyone?
Last night's Dexter offered up everything that we've come to love about the show. There was blood, violence, awkwardness, suspense, and even a cliffhanger thats going to annoy us until next Sunday. Click ahead for a recap of the madness.
Since the start of Dexter's personal drama with Lumen, it seemed natural for that plot to merge with the Miami metro crew. That tends to make the show more exciting, and this week, Dexter's two worlds collided, yet again.
There have been a lot of disturbing things on Dexter, but nothing could have prepared us for this. Masuka has an elaborate back tattoo.
This season of Dexter isn't wasting any time getting to the main storyline. Last episode introduced Julia Styles as a victim of Boyd Fowler's. She also witnessed Dexter murder him. Now we see how she fits into the show.
This is Dexter's first kill since Rita's death, and it needs to be perfect. Unfortunately, it won't be his easiest murder.
Dexter is having some trouble sliding into his new role as a single father. Rita's death is on every character's minds this season, and it's having a profound effect on Dexter.