Dexter Morgan Quotes
No church bells. No Hallelujah chorus. Nothing feels different. If anything, I'm emptier.
Fowler: Who are you?
Dexter: Just a fellow traveler who also likes to pick up dead animals.
I'm just not used to checking the fridge for notes [Voice over]... just notes from other serial killers.
Normally, having a target would make me feel good, give me direction, a sense of purpose. But now it means nothing. And I don't know what's going to make me feel better.
I suppose killing someone with my bare hands in a men's room was my way of working through the anger stage.
It's like when you get on a plane, they tell you if the oxygen masks come down, to put yours on first before taking care of the kids. I need to take care of my own needs, too. Otherwise, I'll be spinning out of control. That's not good for any one.
She died a brutal death, and I can't fix it. But I know I have to try, here in Miami with the people who knew her, who cared about her, who loved her.
She had a big heart, big enough for the both of us, had to be, I wasn't even human when we first met.
I've watched 67 people die, and at the moment of truth I looked into their eyes and I knew - and they knew - they got what they deserved. But what if that's not what happens, if you don't get what you deserve?
Arthur: You think you're better than I am?
Dexter: No. But I want to be.
Deb: I love you.
Dexter: I'm so thankful.
We create our own destiny every day we live.