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This week on Dexter, everyone is trying to tie up loose ends.
Debra is pissed after not getting Speltzer. Lucky for her she gets a second chance when he’s spotted and dragged in by four cops. Deb has been practicing on her “Yo Momma” jokes because she uses Ray’s mother to anger him into confessing.
Yo momma is so pretty, she must be a whore. Do I win Wilmer Valderrama?
Deb can’t buy a win at this point though as it turns out his Miranda Rights weren’t carried out perfectly and the judge let’s him walk. This would’ve never happened if they got Judge Judy.
With Ray walking the streets, Dexter has his chance to play garbage man. He’s caught off guard in their first encounter and ends up in another Saw-like maze at a warehouse. Dexter has that lizard brain that allows him to escape. Normally he wouldn’t run but…
I ain’t afraid of no — oh fuck, he’s got an ax.
Before Dexter gets a second chance, Ray torments Deb and makes her feel in danger. She starts thinking about Rita’s death and that Harrison should go live with his grandparents with Astor and Cody so he’s safe from Dexter. I thought the point of being a grandparent was so you didn’t have to raise kids and could just show up with presents and cookies every once in awhile. These poor grandparents are playing in overtime now.
Another one? Miriam, I bought all these Cialis pills, when are we going to be able to use them?
Dexter tries to show her he’s in control and that it’s human to want these killers dead by taking down Speltzer. He sets up a Wile E Coyote trap for Ray and takes him in. He has a moment while killing Ray that reminds me of the Joker and now all I can think of is what if the Joker had a day job.
How about a magic trick?
Dexter realizing he has to shed his mementos, burns his blood slides with Ray Speltzer. Let’s hope that furnace can get up to 1500 degrees Celsius.
Meanwhile, Isaac is looking for revenge and now he knows who Dexter is. First he needs to get the cops off his back. He sets up for their bartender to take the fall for Kaja’s killing. He promises to take care of the man’s family if he confesses and kills himself. Fair trade, right? He can definitely prove that six feet under. Problem is Isaac doesn’t have the foresight to take down the pictures of his family. Angel must have enrolled to the School for Cops Who Can’t Find Evidence Good because he’s suspicious of all these pictures and smells a setup.