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This week’s Dexter has taken a sharp detour from the buildup of the preceding ten episodes, delivering about 87 one-two punches and a whole lot of happenings! Dexter has relinquished control of the situation and now must play along and try to draw Travis out of hiding. Batista is Travis’s captive, hogtied and prone, with only Travis’s possible need for a hostage keeping him alive. Miami Metro is all over the yacht, finding bodies left and right and freaking out when they realize Batista never came back from his interview with Steve Dorsey….whose corpse happens to be one of the ones stinking up their crime scene.
Deb is hanging on by a very thin thread to begin with, and the pressure of Batista missing, the whole Wormwood debacle, and being the keeper of Matthews’ secret are leading her toward the edge of the cliff. Not helping is her therapist, who asks if her attachment to Dexter might have some erotic undertones (I know they’re not blood related, but no. Just no).
Meanwhile, Dexter stages a TABLEAU of his own and inadvertently becomes a hero, but not without consequences. The severity of those consequences is illustrated quite clearly when he finally comes face to face with Travis, and all of this is leading to what looks like a totally intense finale, during which Travis HAD BETTER NOT. HE’D JUST BETTER NOT. Recap forthcoming, as soon as I can calm my racing heart.
To check out last week’s recap while you wait for this week, click here.