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So before I start, obviously last week didn’t go so well. A lot of you were disappointed and I understand. I was frustrated with the episode because every scene was filler or setup for a later episode and it showed, probably a little too much, in my recap. This is a show I’ve loved and am sad to see the writing fall off the way it did last episode. But last week was a learning experience for me and I look forward to getting you guys what you are looking for in these recaps. Enough seriousness, lets’ get to tonight’s (significantly better) episode.
It’s OK, nobody needs to watch him.
After killing himself last week by jumping in front of a moving truck, Wayne Randall’s (didn’t expect him to come back to haunt me) mother visited the station to provide Miami Metro with some effects that could help discover the missing bodies, Wayne was offering to uncover due to his fake conscience (see, I can learn). This leads to Hannah McKay, Wayne’s former main squeeze. Dexter is a little antsy which causes Hannah to take a liking to him. Dexter could use a good lay to burn off some of this pent up aggression.
Speaking of pent up aggression, Dexter is imagining murdering random people from the lady at the post office to even Masuka. I think I just discovered I may be a serial killer suppressing my urges.
45 cents for a stamp?
Dexter is trying to get out from under Deb and show her that his way is the best. He’s tracking Ray Speltzer, a man who has beaten the system after beating women to death. Deb has her morals though so it will take some crazy shit to convince her to allow Dexter to continue his murderous ways.
Little early for Halloween, no?
Dexter’s also found a way to deal with his other little annoyance, Louie/Lindsey. He’s cutting off his resources.
Plan look familiar?
Nadia is working for Isaac by feeding him information by getting close to the police, aka Quinn. Nadia however, is a stripper with a heart of gold so she tells Quinn the truth. Quinn tells her he’ll make sure everything is taken care of.
Right after we fuck, though.
Lastly, Isaac is on the lookout for Victor. Through television magic and a nerd (I could tell by his glasses), they are able to track down where Victor went by following the bracelet he took off Kaja. This leads to Dexter’s boat and a scene that makes Ray Stevenson my favorite actor since whoever killed Haley Joel Osmont in Pay It Forward.
Just something about him I don’t like.
Check back later this week, for the full recap. To check out last week’s recap while you wait for this week, click here (read at your own risk).