Dissecting Dexter’s Consequences in 812: “Remember the Monsters?”

Lumberjack Dexter, Hannah, and Harrison almost make it on their flight to Rio when Jacob Elway shows up at the airport, threatening the life they planned to share together. After getting airport security onto Elway’s case to defuse the situation, Dexter inadvertently delays all succeeding flights until after Hurricane Laura passes through Miami. Meanwhile, news that Debra is in critical condition after getting shot by Oliver Saxon reaches Dexter shortly after this delay, fortifying his desire for vengeance upon the Brain Surgeon. Though Dexter believes he has transcended the need to kill, his petulance toward Saxon makes this kill far more personal than any other kill he has performed. Once Saxon is taken care of, the only loose end left in Miami is Debra, who would otherwise be left to vegetate in Miami Central hospital. Continue reading “Dissecting Dexter’s Consequences in 812: “Remember the Monsters?””


Religion and Freudian Inclinations in 212: “The British Invasion”

The Bay Harbor Butcher case comes to a close as Divine Intervention (read: Lila Tournay) guards Dexter’s reputation, alibis, and frame job. Given a second chance at life, Dexter is taking a new look at his life in regards to family and friends. In restarting his relationship with Rita, he does put Astor and Cody in danger (literally); however, with the “English titty-vampire” out of the way, it seems as though some normalcy has been restored, but can Dexter’s life ever really be normal? Keep reading for a closer look at the season two finale of Dexter, “The British Invasion.”

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