I'm so freaking sad. Life will be so empty without "Dexter". I have mixed feelings about the ending. On one hand I'm really pissed that they killed Deb. Just when she gets to a place where she's dealing with what she did, who Dex is AND the fact that he wants to leave her for Hannah - she DIES. I mean... COME ON. On the other hand, Dexter saying goodbye and taking her off life support was heartbreaking and perfect, best scene of the night. Sailing off to the storm and dumping her body into the ocean looked a little over-the-top dramatic, but it also made sense for Dexter. That's the way he is. As for Dexter himself - I think I would have liked it better if he died. But if the writers' goal was to truly punish him, they chose a perfect way, with Deb dead and him ending up alone forever. It's just so freaking depressing :(
They have this cosmic thing going on. The show is trying to make it as obvious as possible that they care about each other more than anyone else, Lacey included. They are practically hammering us with all "The most important person in the world to me" speeches. All the little things make my heart go warm. Like how Danny looks at Jo first, it's always "Jo and Lacey", never "Lacey and Jo". When Lacey walked away he didn't even try to stop her all that hard, but when Jo walked away I could feel a bit of panic in him. Plus, with all those not-so-subtle hints about Danny protecting her, I would not be surprised if Tara's death was somehow about Jo. I don't know if it's done intentionally, but I feel like Danny would rather lose Lacey than lose Jo, even if he's not romantically interested in her. And Jo? Well, that girl would drop everything and everyone for Danny. No matter whoâ€™s put next to him, she will always choose Danny. Thatâ€™s why she's my kind of girl.
I guess I've just discovered Avan Jogia. Sweet baby Jesus, where did they find this guy? Calling him "hot" or "talented" is like saying the Earth is round. I look at Danny Desai and I'm thinking: that's what happens when danger, charm and charisma get together for a threesome. Do we really need a love triangle in EVERY guilty pleasure teen drama ever made? I'm not a fan of Danny and Lacey together. There was no build-up, no nothing. I honestly don't see any connection between them (other than a physical one, which is easy to do when the guy is THAT gorgeous). Literally EVERY other relationship is more interesting to me. Jo and Lacey, Danny and Karen, Karen and Tess, Danny and Rico, Jo and Kyle... Even Jo and Rico, the mother of all clichÃ©'s, is awesome. Danny and Lacey? Not on board. The most interesting dynamic? Danny and Jo, no contest. As long as they remain in the soulmate territory, romantic or not, I'm good.
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