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By Cassandra Berube | December 3, 2012
Dexter and the Dark Passenger. They've been together for as long as we've known our charming serial killer, but in swoops Hannah, a girl he barely knows, and out goes the thinking that has balanced his entire life. It all started when the arsonist struck again; fifth time's the charm right? Dexter gets to thinking that the arson inspector looks a little fishier than he has a right to be. While he doesn't seem to share Dexter's cold eyes, he must have a strong stomach to smell the burnt bodies.
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By Cassandra Berube and Baltimore Sun reporter | December 17, 2012
This is what it all comes down to. Tonight our questions will be answered. Or so we thought. The surprises kept coming one after another, but after a moment you realize there are more questions here now then when you started with. It starts off easily enough. Hannah admits to poisoning Deb and Dexter admits he misses Hannah. Hannah wants to still run away together, but Dexter explains that it's impossible despite how perfectly they fit together. Okay, I get that. Two serial killers dating always had some risks involved.
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By Cassie Berube | October 8, 2012
"I still believe that there is good in you. "  Deb's reaction to Dexter's big reveal about being a serial killer was surprisingly optimistic. Clearly she is not up to creating a rehab clinic for serial killers in her home, but she gave it a valiant effort. It wasn't her fault Dexter drugged her to get out, but she should have seen that coming. The rules were a nice touch. Dexter, constantly trying to keep to his "Code," is forced to adopt a new code: Deb's code. Rule one: be honest.
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By Cassandra Berube | December 10, 2012
The future -- it's such a daunting idea for a man who regularly ends the futures of so many people. But maybe now that he's put the Dark Passenger aside, Dexter can finally learn to curb his kills. Although, if Harrison wasn't enough, it's doubtful that Hannah will be either. Tonight is all about not seeing, though, especially what's coming in the future. To begin, Hector Estrada, the man who had Dexter's mother killed, has a parole hearing and is released due to his illness.
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By Cassandra Berube | October 29, 2012
"I'll face the depths by myself. "  Dexter is once again alone, if you don't count the Dark Passenger. After Deb spends the entire episode protecting Dexter in several cases from her fellow police officers, she realizes she cannot continue to be a part of Dexter's darker activities and ends their sharing of information. Not that anyone can blame her. After all, she found out about LaGuerta's private digging into the Bay Harbor Butcher case and recent disappearances. She had to cover-up one of Dexter's mistakes after he was caught on film.
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By Cassandra Berube | November 19, 2012
Argentina -- the place where Hannah was supposed to escape to after Wayne's killing spree. According to her, it represented a "nice, happy home. " But it's also the elusive place Dexter has come to realize everyone has but no one actually gets to. Proof is in tonight's downward spiral. At first, everything is dandy. Hannah and Dexter share a lovely morning and make breakfast together, sharing heavy murder jokes as they dice the vegetables. Hannah takes a moment to ask if their situation is crazy, after she finds out the extra wrinkle that Deb is Dexter's sister (which means Hannah probably can't dispose of Deb as she did the reporter)
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By Cassandra Berube | December 10, 2012
The future -- it's such a daunting idea for a man who regularly ends the futures of so many people. But maybe now that he's put the Dark Passenger aside, Dexter can finally learn to curb his kills. Although, if Harrison wasn't enough, it's doubtful that Hannah will be either. Tonight is all about not seeing, though, especially what's coming in the future. To begin, Hector Estrada, the man who had Dexter's mother killed, has a parole hearing and is released due to his illness.
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By Cassandra Berube and Baltimore Sun reporter | December 17, 2012
This is what it all comes down to. Tonight our questions will be answered. Or so we thought. The surprises kept coming one after another, but after a moment you realize there are more questions here now then when you started with. It starts off easily enough. Hannah admits to poisoning Deb and Dexter admits he misses Hannah. Hannah wants to still run away together, but Dexter explains that it's impossible despite how perfectly they fit together. Okay, I get that. Two serial killers dating always had some risks involved.
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By Jordan Bartel, b | July 12, 2011
Showtime's "Dexter" is one of our go-to shows. And with every new season there's a bit of mystery about guest stars and what's next for Dex. Some things are now (sort-of) cleared up! Entertainment Weekly chatted with producer Scott Buck about the upcoming sixth season (likely due in late September/early October). Here's our favorite tidbits (spoilers below!): •••• Season 6 flashes a full year forward from the grim Julia Stiles-infused Season 5. And we'll see more of single daddy Dexter's (Michael C. Hall)
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By Cassandra Berube | July 1, 2013
The premiere of the final season of "Dexter" starts off with a beautiful scene of Dexter flying a kite with his son, Harrison. And it's all downhill from there. Although Dexter's life seems to have improved since LaGuerta's death, there are several indications that this is untrue. He glances forlornly at the orchid his former lover, Hannah McKay, left him before she disappeared. Dexter increasingly has outbursts of anger, even going so far as to choke a man for simply cutting him off on the road.
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By Cassandra Berube | December 3, 2012
Dexter and the Dark Passenger. They've been together for as long as we've known our charming serial killer, but in swoops Hannah, a girl he barely knows, and out goes the thinking that has balanced his entire life. It all started when the arsonist struck again; fifth time's the charm right? Dexter gets to thinking that the arson inspector looks a little fishier than he has a right to be. While he doesn't seem to share Dexter's cold eyes, he must have a strong stomach to smell the burnt bodies.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassandra Berube | November 19, 2012
Argentina -- the place where Hannah was supposed to escape to after Wayne's killing spree. According to her, it represented a "nice, happy home. " But it's also the elusive place Dexter has come to realize everyone has but no one actually gets to. Proof is in tonight's downward spiral. At first, everything is dandy. Hannah and Dexter share a lovely morning and make breakfast together, sharing heavy murder jokes as they dice the vegetables. Hannah takes a moment to ask if their situation is crazy, after she finds out the extra wrinkle that Deb is Dexter's sister (which means Hannah probably can't dispose of Deb as she did the reporter)
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By Cassandra Berube | October 29, 2012
"I'll face the depths by myself. "  Dexter is once again alone, if you don't count the Dark Passenger. After Deb spends the entire episode protecting Dexter in several cases from her fellow police officers, she realizes she cannot continue to be a part of Dexter's darker activities and ends their sharing of information. Not that anyone can blame her. After all, she found out about LaGuerta's private digging into the Bay Harbor Butcher case and recent disappearances. She had to cover-up one of Dexter's mistakes after he was caught on film.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassie Berube | October 8, 2012
"I still believe that there is good in you. "  Deb's reaction to Dexter's big reveal about being a serial killer was surprisingly optimistic. Clearly she is not up to creating a rehab clinic for serial killers in her home, but she gave it a valiant effort. It wasn't her fault Dexter drugged her to get out, but she should have seen that coming. The rules were a nice touch. Dexter, constantly trying to keep to his "Code," is forced to adopt a new code: Deb's code. Rule one: be honest.
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