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By Cassandra Berube and For The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2013
The awkwardness was out in full force, affecting just about everyone in Miami. Nikki shows up high to a crime scene and is kicked out by Masuka (we still don't know why Nikki is even in this season). Vogel and her son, Saxon, reunite for breakfast to discuss how he won't stop killing innocent people (reminding her that he killed her other son). Dexter, Harrison and Hannah plan to move to Argentina, to be as family-like as possible when two of them are serial killers. Dexter and Batista have a bro-hug.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | April 8, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - Dexter McDougle playfully chided his teammates as he got ready to show off his leaping ability in the standing vertical jump Tuesday at Maryland's Pro Day at Byrd Stadium. McDougle acted as if he were upset when only a few of his fellow Terps had offered the senior cornerback verbal encouragement as he prepared to audition for the scouts and other NFL front office personnel assembled. “I cheered for y'all this season and that's all you got?” McDougle joked.
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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 | September 23, 2013
With Dexter, Harrison and Hannah in the airport at last, it could have been the perfect start to the perfect permanent vacation - if not for the fact that Deb has been shot, Saxon is on the loose, a hurricane is approaching, and Hannah can't leave the bathroom, never mind the United States, thanks to Elway who has stationed himself outside in the boarding area. But, oddly, we expected nothing less from the series finale of a show as great as this. Dexter comes to Hannah's rescue, putting together a quick backpack and pointing airport security in Elway's direction.
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By Cassandra Berube | July 8, 2013
The episode begins with a twist, showing a taping of Harry Morgan talking to Dr. Vogel as his therapist. It displays in vivid color the beginning of Harry's understanding of what Dexter truly is -- and Dr. Vogel's hand in shaping his youth. She helped create Harry's Code, but Dexter doesn't trust her just yet. I wouldn't either; if she wants to play with young psychopaths, then clearly she's got issues of her own. Especially since her show-and-tell isn't just for fun; she wants Dexter to find someone.
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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 Cassie Berube | October 1, 2012
“Are you a serial killer?” Well, I'm glad I've never been asked that. Not sure how I would respond ... do veggies count? But how would you feel if you walked into your apartment only to find your sister waiting for you with evidence of your serial killer behavior? Luckily for Dexter, he can't feel. Unluckily for him, Deb has forgotten her intense romantic feelings from last season. After Season 6 ending with Dexter's sister, Deb, discovering that Dexter killed the Dooms Day Killer, it is only fitting that at the end of the premiere she uncovers the rest of his grisly crimes.
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The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2013
The Atlantic Coast Conference honored a pair of Terps football players Monday for their performance in Maryland's 32-21 win over Connecticut on Saturday. Terps senior linebacker Marcus Whitfield was named the ACC Linebacker of the Week, according to a news release, while senior cornerback Dexter McDougle -- who suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in the game -- was picked as the conference's Defensive Back of the Week. Whitfield had three sacks for the Terps, including a safety.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2013
Maryland starting cornerback Dexter McDougle will miss the rest of the season with a shoulder injury he suffered against Connecticut on Saturday night while playing perhaps the finest game of his career, coach Randy Edsall said Sunday. McDougle -- a fifth-year senior and team leader -- will undergo surgery soon, said Edsall, who said it was premature to provide specifics about the injury pending further examination. “He was playing very well for us, but he'll be out for the rest of the year,” Edsall told reporters Sunday.
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By Cassandra Berube and For The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2013
The awkwardness was out in full force, affecting just about everyone in Miami. Nikki shows up high to a crime scene and is kicked out by Masuka (we still don't know why Nikki is even in this season). Vogel and her son, Saxon, reunite for breakfast to discuss how he won't stop killing innocent people (reminding her that he killed her other son). Dexter, Harrison and Hannah plan to move to Argentina, to be as family-like as possible when two of them are serial killers. Dexter and Batista have a bro-hug.
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By Cassandra Berube | August 26, 2013
Despite leaving the audience in a nosedive last episode, Dexter and Hannah start off with a very sweet moment in bed, thinking that if they stay there forever, the real world can't interrupt. I often feel that way when getting up for work, but sadly it never works. Dexter races around this episode, trying to pick up the pieces of his life but they just slip through his fingers. First he meets with Vogel to tell her about Hamilton's death and his reunion with Hannah. Dexter insists he can handle the Brain Surgeon and then make a life with Hannah, but Vogel thinks that trying to straddle both worlds is a flaw.
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By Cassandra Berube | August 5, 2013
How would you feel if you were drugged and the last thing you saw before you slid into oblivion was your ex-girlfriend serial killer (who you had put in jail) striding toward you? I think it's safe to say -- not good. Hannah McKay makes quite an entrance at the end of the episode, doing just that, but there were many other cliffhangers tonight. Sweet Harrison confronts Dexter about lying, pulling out his stuffed toy dog that Dexter said was lost -- the one covered in the blood of Andrew Briggs, whom Dexter had killed.
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By Cassandra Berube | July 29, 2013
Family. You can't live with them. You can't live without them. Or can you? Deb tried that route. But she ended up saving her darling brother, and so they're left struggling to find out where that leaves them. Besides in the middle of dead bodies and killers. But in a kill-or-be-killed world, maybe it's not so bad to become a predator. The episode opens with Dexter, Debra, and Vogel in a therapy session, trying to work through Debra's attempt at murder-suicide. Debra seeks forgiveness, but Dexter walks out on both of them.
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By Cassandra Berube | July 22, 2013
Can you forgive someone who tried to kill you? How far do the bonds of family bend until they break? This season, Debra has been struggling with killing LaGuerta, wishing she had killed Dexter instead. Vogel brings her back to the site of the incident to help her get through it. Part of her recuperation is watching an old session of Vogel with Harry as he tried to work through living with Dexter. Dexter has stayed away, trying to give Deb some space, but he insists that he needs Deb in his life.
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