According to Harry Morgan, Dexter is “spinning too many plates,” but that doesn’t stop our favorite serial killer. Despite Harry’s warning, Dexter goes on to kill Beni Gomez just to fall asleep at the wheel in the middle of the disposal and forget whether or not it was taken care of. The back story of the Trinity killer has begun to develop, involving some serious Freudian implications regarding Trinity’s mother and father. Now retired Special Agent Frank Lundy is busy putting together one of the biggest cases in American history, with Dexter’s help of course. Settling into suburbia, Dexter is pinpointed by the “neighborhood terror,” who Dexter scares to a stop. Can Dexter handle all there is to handle?