In this day and age, I would think we could come up with a few more sins.
That’s what she said.
It’s all in the interest of national security.
If you don’t remember, we ended season two with quite the predicament.
THIS SUNDAY, September 29th at 9pm ET/PT.
It would have been better if it was just all a dream.
The pilot will just be Steve Nash dishing out no-look passes!
“If it’s a drama, we’re gonna have to have people crying and yelling,” one Showtime exec probably said.
He’s going to play a man facing irrelevance and obsolescence! Classic PSH!
Fix my problems, Ray. That’s a full-time job.
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The end begins Sunday, June 30th.
After this season, there will be no more ‘Dexter’ teasers.
Spoiler alert: He’s going to live a double life!!!
‘Dexter’ is back for another bloody season.
Check yo’ shame at the door.
This man could be your life.
I guess this means that our country is going to teeming with terrorist activity next year. Thanks a lot, Showtime.
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Featuring the Deftones.
“Quit bustin’ my labia.”
He’s obligated to murder himself because season 6 was terrible.
It’s not that Deb’s mad. Just really disappointed…
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It’s a guilty pleasure in the vein of ‘True Blood’ but instead of sex and violence, ‘Dexter’ derives its guilt and pleasure from really shitty writing and logical leaps.
I hope you like houses…and lies…
Knives are good and all, but it’s important to branch out every once in a while.
By the time we reach season eight, it will just be Dexter sitting in a room having a dinner party with six ghosts.