Will Dexter survive?
Sad Deb is sad. (And drunk.)
Says Les Moonves, CEO of CBS.
The show's adding a shrink and a private eye.
Though no word if Damian Lewis will be back for season three.
It rhymes with "name of drones."
Also, what's next for the series.
Now, that’s how you finish a season.
Some day. Maybe. In some capacity.
LaGuerta, Hannah, and Deb all know Dexter's secret. This can't end well.
"They're smarter and better."
Plus: Adam Pally gave Casey Wilson an apology helmet for the concussion, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
With just three episodes left in the penultimate Dexter season, you’d think we could see the finish line from here.
What a letdown after last week.
In terms of plotting and dialogue, this was the best episode of the season.
Dexter and Hannah could be like a bizzaro version of Ward and June Cleaver.
As long as it’s been since Dexter dispatched a bad guy, it’s been way longer since he got laid.
Better than the original?
A practical guide to building your own dead Rita, severed-limb Christmas presents, decomposing couple (with 20,000 maggots!), and more.
How good is this season so far?
“I don’t run. I make people run.”
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We would totally read these.
Or, basically, Ren & Stimpy.
The best moments this season continue to be between Dex and Deb.
No time was wasted in resolving what was perhaps the most anticipated moment of the series thus far.