ANSWER: What hobby does Louis Greene blog about?

Louis Greene blogs about his collection of action figures, or his “toys,” as Dexter calls them.

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Trivia: What hobby does Louis Greene blog about?

The answer will be revealed tomorrow.

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Trivia Tuesday (ANSWER)

Louis Greene

We Asked: Which character on Dexter does Michael C. Hall “really hate?”

ANSWER: Louis Greene.

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Sociopaths, Morality, and Law in 706: “Do the Wrong Thing” & 707: “Chemistry”

Sirko

Sal Price becomes a threat, and then is quickly taken down by Hannah McKay. Maria LaGuerta comes dangerously close to the truth about the real Bay Harbor Butcher. We also learn that sociopaths like Hannah and Dexter can look out for each other and act more human than they could have ever imagined.

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Obfuscation, Self-Revelation, and the Phoenix in 704: “Run” & 705: “Swim Deep”

Isaak

Ray Speltzer is arrested and nearly sent to jail for the rest of his life until he is set free to roam the streets once again. Dexter takes him out in attempts to lay to rest his animalistic side, which results in Dexter and Debra’s semi-reconciliation. Meanwhile, Isaak Sirko clues Dexter into the fact that he killed Louis Greene and has made it known that he will kill everyone in Miami Metro in order to avenge Viktor Baskov’s death. Maria LaGuerta lets Deb into her mission to reopen the Bay Harbor Butcher case, but little does she know Deb is only in it to protect her brother.

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Doubling, Ghosts from the Past, and Bookends in 702: “Sunshine and Frosty Swirl” & 703: “Buck the System”

Ray Speltzer

Debra learns to come to terms with Dexter’s Dark Passenger after she realizes that had she let Dexter do what he does, Ray Speltzer would not have succeeded in killing his latest victim. Maria LaGuerta continues to search for answers about the real identity of the Bay Harbor Butcher after the blood slide found at the site of Travis Marshall’s death is confirmed to be his. The Louis Greene “fire” has officially been put out, but Isaak Sirko has become Dexter’s most formidable victim for season seven, other than himself.

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Foretelling Doom, Incest, and Self-Revelation in 608: “Sin of Omission” & 609: “Get Gellar”

Frozen

Travis finally agrees to work with Dexter in taking down Gellar; Lisa Marshall becomes the whore of Babylon and the atheist professor becomes a part of the Bowls of Wrath tableau; Deb visits therapy more frequently; Quinn continues in his downward spiral following his separation from Debra. Louis Greene, Masuka’s intern, and Jamie Batista get close; he is later apprehended as the man who brought the prosthetic arm from the Ice-Truck Killer. Finally, we discover that Professor Gellar is just as real to Travis as Harry is to Dexter: stone-cold dead.

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Self-Discovery and Justice in 606: “Just Let Go” & 607: “Nebraska”

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Brother Sam passes on with one final wish: to forgive Nick for shooting him to death. Whereas Dexter attempts to overcome his darkness, he discovers he cannot. The Dooms Day Killers take their killings to the next level and the Trinity Killer is believed to have struck again in Nebraska where the Mitchell family was holed up in the witness protection program, leaving both Sally and Rebecca Mitchell dead. The ghost of Brian Moser, the Ice-Truck Killer, revisits Dexter to play the evil angel on his shoulder (hence the 606 or 666 episode number), replacing Harry for a while. Religion and the nature of psychopathy are discussed.

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