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Oops again! Deb bought the gas to incinerate the church in which Dex killed the villain from last season. That was her first favor for the Dark Passanger, I believe.
Seems like they're setting it up for Isaac to resolve the Hannah situation. I am completely with you in LOVING the bar scene with Isaac and Dexter.
C'mon people , Stevenson was a great Titus Pullo , Isaak is an empty suit in Dexter compared to his character in Rome !!!!
And i loved TP......so Isaak gets a head start from scene 1 for me .......but better than Arthur Mitchell - what are you smoking ?
SLOW......filler episode ......I expect this episode will come in 4/4, After I watch my Dvrs of Homeland and Walking Dead ......wayyyyy behind Boardwalk's episode last night !
I am not agreeing that Deb's feelings for Dexter is alright. They were raised as brother and sister; she is a respected police officer (up to this point,) and he is a killer and she is not doing her job. I argree with otheer viewers this part of the story line is ridiculous.
Oops, I remembered that the Minotaur's body was burned in a crematorium... I guess Deb bought the gas to incinerate the crime scene. Will Deb pull back from the Dark Passenger's influence?! Miami Metro has problems!
Although uncomfortable to watch, Deb's reaction to having admitted her LOVE for Dexter was excruciatingly, squirmingly realistic, whereas Dex's and Isaak's conversation struck me as unrealistically tension-free. I didn't believe that the two killers would be that relaxed with each other from their encounter's beginning..... there should have been a lot more tension and enmity which might gradually have relaxed, to give their encounter more nuance. Dex was reckless in not allowiing the assasin to kill Isaak.... given the potential danger to Harrison, and possibly Cody and Astor. Dsx was too greedy, wanting the kill to be his own! I wonder if Quinn will sacrifice himself for his stripper girlfriend in some way. I wonder if Deb's purchase of the gas to incinerate the Minotaur's remains was caught on a security video which LaGuerta will see! Great possibilities. Will Hannah outsmart Isaak?
@Jarrod Mitchell: I have deleted part of your comment because it revealed a few show spoilers. Please refrain from doing this again.
*They're my favourites. Maybe seven is the second best. Isaak is the best Dexter villain ever.
I completely agree that the Deb-Dex story is totally stupid. I think Deb's just weak and she fell for the stupid therapists words because she can be molded like that.
The connection between a brother and sister, especially a relationship like Dexter and Debra's, can be very very strong. To the point where one would kill for another. Jesus. Why is everything in the world trying to prove that "romantic" love is stronger than anything? It isn't always the case. Siblings, friends, sometimes that can be stronger.
As for Hannah and Dexter, they're surprisingly very cute. And she gives good killing advice. Even though I felt it moved to fast when Dex was like "does she have a place in my family" whoa bro, you just slept with her twice, slow the hell down. But sigh, it won't last. I wish it did, but it probably won't. (please prove me wrong, writers.)
Isaak, Isaak is just great. I know a lot of people loved the fourth season, but I didn't. One, two and seven. They're my favourites. May
Wow and you just did the exact same thing. You must be very clever right?
This was a definite A. I've had some minor problems with this season which was overall worth a solid B until now. This was great Dexter. This was great television.
Wow I dont get how well done character episodes are given perfect scores on BB and GOT (which they completely deserve) but when Dexter does it it gets a low score. This was in fact the best episode of the season because of its amazing character development. And as stupid as the incest plot (which isnt really one because they arent bilogical siblings but still weird) it justified like Harry said why she hadnt turned him in and given him so many chances. True we could have thought straight up because they are siblings but being siblings doesnt necessarily mean you wouldnt turn in your serial killer brother so that plot helps justify it more. This has definitely becoming my favourite season which currently is still season 1 (I know that for most its season 4 which is my 2nd because season 1 was just perfect) and that is impressive of writers to be able to make their 7th season be this great especially after a couple lackluster seasons.
I know I've said this before however after this episode I can't help saying it again: Ray Stevenson's portrayal of Isaac Sirko is sublime...thank you Ray for gracing us all with your presence!!
I loved Dex and Deb's scene together. It was intense and emotional and Jennifer rocked the part. I know that for some people this turn of events feels uncomfortable and i imagine it's not less uncomfortable for the people involved, but it happens. Anyway...Dexter and Deb have gone through a lot. She's even standig by his side now that she knows the truth and she has to go against her own moral codes. Their bond is unshakable (even if it leads to sth romantic or not). I do not believe the same for Hannah. I think that even with Dexter she's pretending.
Anyway...i like the season 7 episodes a lot. The only sl i don't enjoy is Quinn's. I really hope he has a masterplan, because otherwise i'll have to believe that he's a complete idiot.
Have you ever heard of the words spoiler alert? Just because you feel compelled to look up photos from future episodes, it doesn't mean that you have to share the content with the rest of us without so much as a warning.
I wanted to mute my TV when Deb was opening up to Dexter. I get the reason of adding it to the plot this season, but it is still disgusting blood-related or not.
I'm inclined to agree about Hannah and Dexter. They're a match made in heaven. I loved him with Rita and didn't mind him with Lumen, but there is just something between these two that's very moving. Sadly, I feel as though Issac will kill Hannah as his revenge towards doctor.
As for LaGuerta, I hope she is the one cop who ends up on Dexter's table by season end. I loved LaGuerta in the past, but since season 6, I've wanted nothing more than for her to be axed.
> Deb opened up about her feelings for her brother, easily the most
> ridiculous and misguided storyline in show history.
They aren't fully biologically related as I understand, so it doesn't seem ridiculous at all to me. Sure, it's controversial, but it happens in real life... just more quietly due to moral implications and society's perception. Hmm... there may have been some flame war over this I missed, heh. I'm interested to see where the writers take this one.
I thought it was a good slower paced episode and par for the course this season - don't understand the lower rating but everyone is entitled to their opinion and the review was decent :).
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