Season six of Dexter ended last night with another ritualistic killing long in the making, thus ending the reign of the Doomsday Killer. I'll never look at the Book of Revelations the same way again.

While this season did serve up some awesome gore, it certainly has some tough competition in the murder department. Over the years, some of the gnarliest deaths on television have happened on Dexter. Here's a rundown of the killer of killers' best kills. Hopefully, it will hold you over until next season.

Nathan Marten - "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" Season Three

The code that Dexter lives by only allows him to kill fellow killers, but if his kids are involved, it's personal. When a convicted sex offender takes an interest in his girlfriend's daughter, Dexter pays him a visit. That visit ends with Dexter strangling him. While disposing of the body, he remembers he was supposed to pick up milk, so he retrieves it from the sex offender's fridge. Ever the provider.

Cole Harmon - "Take It" Season Five

Cole Harmon was serving as the muscle in a ring of rapists and murderers, so Dexter needed to take him out before he could get to the crew's ringleader, Jordan Chase. This was no small task, as Cole was as high-profile as he was twisted and evil. He was even able to smash through doors like Michael Myers. Dexter needed a little help with this one and recruited Lumen, Harmon's only victim to have ever escaped. Putting a knife into the heart of her torturer proved to be a turn-on as it lead her directly into Dexter's arms. That's definitely a chapter that Neil Strauss didn't cover in The Game.

Mike Donovan - "Dexter" Season One

Dexter's first on-screen kill introduced us to his hobby with one small exception. His normal M.O. is to subdue and drug his victims. Then they wake to find they have been strapped to a table in a kill room tailored to their particular crimes. Dexter then makes them face photos of their victims, before he shames them and takes a drop of blood from their cheek. He then plunges a knife into their chest.

I guess his printer was broken this time around because in the case of the child-murderer choir master, he actually dug up the remains of the victims to hold before him, stating, "It took me a long time to get these little boys clean."

Ummm... welcome to television. Let me just set a TiVo alert.

Camilla Figg -"Easy As Pie" Season Three

Though we grew accustomed to Dexter offing someone just about every episode, we got an unexpected turn in season three: a mercy killing. Camilla was a filer at Miami Metro who had known Dexter since he was a boy. And, because, she had access to his file, she also knew about his past and knew that he'd be able to put her out of her deathbed misery. Her preferred method of dispatch? Death by pie. Seemed like a lot of run around when all those perfectly good pillows were right there.

Little Chino - "Waiting to Exhale" Season Two

For Dexter, Little Chino is the one who got away... twice. Which means Dexter is a dead man if he doesn't find a way to take down the angry giant before the tables are turned on him. But it's nothing that alligator tranquilizers and a pole syringe shouldn't be able to handle. After trapping Chino in a stalled elevator car, Dexter stabs the drugs into his throat through the open grate. He then somehow manages to carry him to a kill room where he reopens his cheek and gets his mojo back, stabbing the man through the heart.

George King - "Do You Take Dexter Morgan?" Season Three

The hard-to-catch killer known as "The Skinner" gripped Miami in fear, skinning his victims and leaving their corpses to be found on the street. Obviously, he was Miami Metro's number one priority. However, Dexter had a tough time catching him, as the killer covered his tracks so well. Luckily, he came looking for Dexter. But seconds before finding himself skinned, Dexter escaped, broke the man's neck, and threw him under an approaching cop car -- skinning his face off in the process. All's well that ends well.

Santos Jimenez - "Morning Comes" Season Two

Dexter goes a bit overboard when he gets the opportunity to avenge his mother's murder and his own origin. He tracks Santos Jimenez to his cabin in the Everglades. His usual method of knifing his victims just isn't good enough, so in this case, Dexter adopts an eye-for-an-eye approach and kills his mother's killer with a chainsaw.

Arthur Mitchell - "The Getaway" Season Four

Dexter's pride got the best of him when he faced off against the Trinity Killer. After months of palling around with and learning from the twisted murderer, Dexter finally got him on his table. However, the long road to claw hammering Arthur Mitchell proved too windy, and Dexter accidentally revealed his true identity, costing Rita her life, and their young son his innocence.

Brian Moser - "Born Free" Season One

Dexter's saddest kill was that of the Ice Truck Killer, a.k.a. Dexter's long-lost older brother, Brian.

Brian toyed with Dexter throughout the season by leaving his victim's remains in locations around Miami that had emotional significance to Dexter, thus unlocking his blocked memory of their mother's tragic death. But Brian took it too far when he romanced Dexter's adopted sister, Deb, and then attempted to eliminate her from Dexter's life. In the end, all that Brian wanted was a brother, but he was too traumatized and hollowed by his mother's murder to know how to play well with others.

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