Dexter 6.9 “Get Gellar” Recap

This episode opens with an unintentional howler when Dexter’s inner monologue compares his Dark Passenger to a clubfoot. Which might explain the dragging sensation one feels in regards to Dexter’s pursuit of Gellar. In the abandoned church Dexter frees Travis from his chains and the two search for clues as to where Gellar may strike next. Hidden in the Bowls … Continue reading

Dexter 6.8 Recap: Sin of Omission

After abandoning his sister and job last week for a murderous road trip, Dexter has some apologizing to do. Over conciliatory coffee and donuts, he lies about where he went and, of course, what he did. Oh, and he needs the morning off for Brother Sam’s funeral. “Funerals and donuts” Deb says shaking her head in disbelief “you’re really good.” … Continue reading

Dexter 6.7 Recap: Nebraska

Having nothing to do with the classic Springsteen album, this episode opens with Dexter and his dead brother, Brian, dispensing limbs into the gulf. Brian is urging Dexter to give into his bloodlust, “you don’t turn the other cheek, you slice it”, when Debra, “the one who got away” interrupts their debate. Dexter quiets his imaginary serial killer brother to … Continue reading

Dexter 6.6 Recap: Just Let Go

“Just let Go” Dexter is about to be led to Professor Gellar, when he receives the news of Brother Sam’s shooting. Rushing to the crime scene, Dexter misses the Doomsday killers picking out an outfit for their captive “Whore of Babylon.” At the garage Dexter recreates Sam’s shooting using the blood as his guide. Watching him work Masuka’s new intern … Continue reading

Dexter 6.5 Recap

Dexter 6.5 Angel of Death In a lab Dexter examines the angel wings taken off last weeks victim of the Doomsday Killer. He discovers an unusual type of restoration glue used to make a repair inside the wing. Turning in his chair to face the audience, the wings on the table neatly line up with Dexter, identifying him as our … Continue reading

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