"Holy Christ on a stick."
Dexter draws to a close. And we are angry at how bad it was.
One more episode left of Dexter to go. Shall we make some predictions?
Two more episodes left in the series, and last night's ending caught us seriously by surprise.
The Brain Surgeon, revealed.
It doesn’t feel like we’re approaching the end of the series, and that's a bad thing.
Dexter’s obsession with his old flame pulls him off his game.
This episode had a bit of everything — Dexter being funny, Dexter being awkward, Dexter wrapping someone in plastic.
How fun is it to watch Charlotte Rampling each week?
Over and over, in ways subtle but mostly plain to see, Dr. Vogel continues her deft manipulation of the Morgan siblings.
In what’s shaping up to be a fantastic end to the series, this is the best episode of the season so far.
So far, this season is all about the ladies in Dexter’s life: the mysterious Dr. Vogel and the delirious Debra.
This is how the end begins. Dexter's final season kicked off last night.
LaGuerta, Hannah, and Deb all know Dexter's secret. This can't end well.
With just three episodes left in the penultimate Dexter season, you’d think we could see the finish line from here.
What a letdown after last week.
In terms of plotting and dialogue, this was the best episode of the season.
Dexter and Hannah could be like a bizzaro version of Ward and June Cleaver.
As long as it’s been since Dexter dispatched a bad guy, it’s been way longer since he got laid.
How good is this season so far?
“I don’t run. I make people run.”
The best moments this season continue to be between Dex and Deb.
No time was wasted in resolving what was perhaps the most anticipated moment of the series thus far.
Last night’s episode was more than a season opener — it was really the beginning of an extended 24-episode finale.
"Season 6 of Dexter has become When Debra Learned Her Brother Was a Killer, a.k.a. When Debra Also Realized She Wants to Make Sex With Her Brother."
Or, wanting to touch your brother's chopsticks.
"I thought it would be bigger."
"Don’t f-cking tell me what God does or doesn’t want. You have no idea."
Dexter and Travis work together.
“Let’s go kill Jonah.”
And, after too long, Dexter is killing people again.
And loving it.
Dexter didn't have time to kill this week.
You've gotta really want to make a statement when you make four horses cart zombie mannequins through Miami.
"Because monsters don’t get to live happily ever after.”
Season six gets off to a bloody start.
Dexter still claims he's not human, but in the season finale someone close to him comes ever closer to understanding the real him.
"Is this the only kind of love I'll ever find, the kind that ends in blood?"
"I'm still shocked when confronted with the depth of evil that exists in this world."
"I took Plato’s idea and I ran with it and boom!"
"Instincts are all I've ever had."
"I know how she feels, it's not so different from me."
"And in one second everything changed. Lumen happened."
Would Dexter rather be good or be understood?
"I'm wondering what can end this."
Improvisation is good for sketch comics, jazz musicians, and 'MacGyver,' but not so much for serial killers.
"The better killer I am, the better father I am."
"If the wife is dead, 90 percent of the time the husband did it."
A shocking ending.
An episode that features a recurring character dying in a pool of blood would have to be good ... right?
Trinity’s patterns — and his family life — prove even more complicated than they had seemed.
“I should have killed you when I had the chance.”
Trinity is cracking up, ready for another round of killing.
A shocking turn in the case of the sleazy photographer turns this season upside down.
Revelations about Trinity — in particular, his love of baths.
Dexter sees where he intersects with the enemy — and his family.
Just when Dexter’s staycation looks to be treading familiar territory, it takes a turn.
Hopefully the Trinity Killer will bludgeon his third victim soon so his mother issues can balance out Dexter’s daddy issues.
If you can't count on your family, who can you count on?
Has our show come down with Cousin Oliver syndrome?
This is the way the season ends: not with a bang, but a wedding.
Is it considered a spoiler if you reveal a plot detail that everyone saw coming for weeks and weeks?
We can't say we're loving this season, but ho boy, are we ever being treated to some tasty, grade-A acting.
This season has been all about Dexter's crash course in parenting. First, he learned he's going to be a dad. This week, Miguel emerged as his full-blown sulky wayward teenage son.
This week we see a side of Dexter we haven't seen before: teacher. Also: moron.
What does it mean to be a friend of a serial killer? Find out!
Dots one through four.
Everyone suspects everyone else of not being quite what they seem.
The show seems to be prepping for a complicated question: "Are you ready to dislike Dexter again?"
This week's episode is titled "Finding Freebo," and the good news is, Dexter finds him and kills him, so now Freebo's dead.
There's a big, shocking, bum-bum-bum reveal at the episode's end, which constitutes a spoiler, so be warned!
Showtime wouldn't let them.
Call it conclusion impossible.
Dexter, it really is time to say adios.
Some songs are too iconic to reuse.
She "blubbers" when she hears "Breathe Me."
Jennifer Carpenter can do more than curse.
"Holy Christ on a stick."
"If I were a therapist, I'd say, 'Don't go there.'"