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post #271 of 6855
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Originally Posted by bobby94928 View Post

Dex noticed the old lady as he drove away. He waved at her. I think she gave him a description close enough to tell him who it was. Just a supposition, of course.

The way I saw it, Dexter was ignoring the old lady. His wave was nothing more than a gesture. Everytime she came out of her house, she wanted help with something. He just wanted to get away.

Art
post #272 of 6855
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Originally Posted by adpayne View Post

The way I saw it, Dexter was ignoring the old lady. His wave was nothing more than a gesture. Everytime she came out of her house, she wanted help with something. He just wanted to get away.

Art

Yeah, that's the way I saw it too. Something else is going to have to tip him off about his sister's boyfriend. And I fully expect to see Dexter's girlfriend's ex taped up on the table very soon; he's going to get what's coming to him.
post #273 of 6855
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Originally Posted by tomwaitsrulz View Post

However, one thing bothers me about Dexter. He keeps saying that he doesn't feel anything, but I'm not so sure that they are consistent with that. When he thought he was going to be found out, he panicked and tried to hide everything. That's fear. That's an emotion. He isn't emotionally empty, but like most serial killers, he lacks empathy. He doesn't feel the pain of his victims.

It's been awhile since that episode aired, but I believe he mentioned in voice over that fear was new to him. He even had a nightmare. He felt out of control. Those were all new to him. This seems to have opened him up to the possibility to feel other emotions as well. If that's the case, he couldn't be a true "sociopath" because they are just "wired" differently, and can't be reformed.

The direction this is going seems to indicate a childhood incident that greatly influenced his lack-of emotional development. (Pure guesswork on my part, not having read the book/s.)

Art
post #274 of 6855
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Originally Posted by adpayne View Post

The way I saw it, Dexter was ignoring the old lady. His wave was nothing more than a gesture. Everytime she came out of her house, she wanted help with something. He just wanted to get away.

Art

I saw it that way too. Dexter put the house up for sale, so he'll probably have to go back to it at some point. Then, he will find out that the old lady was murdered. That will be the final clue that he needs to know that the sister's boyfriend is the ITK.
post #275 of 6855
WOW! Awesome episode tonight! Guess we pretty well know what situation his foster dad took him out of now. I'm still guessing Dexter and the ITK are brothers. There's just no way the ITK can know so much about Dexter without being family. And the way he hugged him when they first met....yadda yadda yadda.
post #276 of 6855
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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post

The Dexter series' version of the characters often differs markedly from the books' version. But the sister is virtually unchanged: profane, often hysterical and over the top, but curiously competent, too. Indeed, next only to Dexter himself, the sister is the most faithful to the books. Speaking of loveable characters, the lieutenant and Sergeant Doakes, prickly and complex though they are, are far more appealing in the series than they were in the books. That's faint praise, I know, but there it is.

I love Sgt. Doakes.....he's hilarious.
post #277 of 6855
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Originally Posted by klouseau View Post

WOW! Awesome episode tonight!

Yes. Outstanding!

The humor was great, and the way Dex took care of the boyfriend was unexpected, but fantastic, to me at least.

I'll miss this when it's over.


Art
post #278 of 6855
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Originally Posted by adpayne View Post

Yes. Outstanding!

The humor was great, and the way Dex took care of the boyfriend was unexpected, but fantastic, to me at least.

I'll miss this when it's over.


Art


I'll miss it also. Do you think there will be or could be a second season? (I haven't read the book or books the series is based on.)
post #279 of 6855
The second season is already booked. I'm hoping they find the material for a third season.
post #280 of 6855
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Originally Posted by adpayne View Post

Yes. Outstanding!

The humor was great, and the way Dex took care of the boyfriend was unexpected, but fantastic, to me at least.

I'll miss this when it's over.


Art

The look on Dexter's face when he realized he had acted out of emotional impulse (when he hit paul with the pan) was priceless! "WTF!" lol
post #281 of 6855
I'm recording it again tonight so I can watch it in high def....can't wait.

And yes this one had excellent humor in it, esp the interaction between Dexter and Doakes.

I think I am going to have to go out and buy the books once this season is over so I can get more of Dexter!
post #282 of 6855
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Originally Posted by klouseau View Post

I'm recording it again tonight so I can watch it in high def....can't wait.

And yes this one had excellent humor in it, esp the interaction between Dexter and Doakes.

I think I am going to have to go out and buy the books once this season is over so I can get more of Dexter!


Good call...they make for good reading and they are relatively brief so you'll burn through both books quick.
post #283 of 6855
Been a fan since Ep3. Still haven't seen the first 2 ep. They re-run it Saturdays but I'm always working (No tivo or PVR). I watch the clock every Sunday so I can watch Dexter. Can't wait till the DVD is out. And since the series is in HD, possibly a Blu-ray or HD DVD set as well.

BTW, does anyone else find the opening credits very disturbing? I can't stand extreme closeups of meat and people.
post #284 of 6855
Eight....I can send you EP 1 and 2 on a CD if you want. I am in St. Catharines. Or if you have instant messenger we can set up a file transfer.

I fast forward through the opening credits, but love the smirk on Dexters face as he locks his door and walks down the walkway.
post #285 of 6855
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Originally Posted by eightninesuited View Post

BTW, does anyone else find the opening credits very disturbing? I can't stand extreme closeups of meat and people.


Yeah, they are mini-murders...I fast forward through them now. Very clever and well done, but they ruin my appetite :-)
post #286 of 6855
Jeez I cant believe nobodies talking about that final scene, that was probably one of the most emotionally disturbing scenes I ever seen, especially when you get into the characters, and I am usually unphased by gore.
post #287 of 6855
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Originally Posted by Murilo View Post

Jeez I cant believe nobodies talking about that final scene, that was probably one of the most emotionally disturbing scenes I ever seen, especially when you get into the characters, and I am usually unphased by gore.

Yeah, it takes alot to get to me as well. However, young Dexter screaming sent chills down my spine. And then that final scene (when it became clear how his mother was killed) was .
post #288 of 6855
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Originally Posted by Murilo View Post

Jeez I cant believe nobodies talking about that final scene, that was probably one of the most emotionally disturbing scenes I ever seen, especially when you get into the characters, and I am usually unphased by gore.

Indeed! A lot in this episode made my blood run cold. The last scene was very scary and disturbing but the earlier scenes in which the ITK considered murdering Angel with a chisel and the one set in the parking garage where he actually stabbed Angel made the hair stand up on the back of my neck. This episode was really dark and creepy, although it was often funny, too. What a great series! If anything, it is even better that the books.

I loved The way in which Dexter made a mess for himself by clocking the ex-husband with a skillet but then cleverly recovered. That was inspired stuff, which was not dealt with in the books.
post #289 of 6855
OK but how about how he fell in the blood at the beginning of the show. Thats gonna be a classic Dexter moment for me. Well done!

Has anyone else noticed how much the young dexter driving in the car with his bio father looks like Rita's son Cody?

And how much Dexters bio mom looks like Rita?
post #290 of 6855
Yes I noticed that to, but I wonder why, are they forshadowing something, I have no idea.
post #291 of 6855
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post #292 of 6855
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Originally Posted by eightninesuited View Post

Been a fan since Ep3. Still haven't seen the first 2 ep. They re-run it Saturdays but I'm always working (No tivo or PVR). I watch the clock every Sunday so I can watch Dexter. Can't wait till the DVD is out. And since the series is in HD, possibly a Blu-ray or HD DVD set as well.

BTW, does anyone else find the opening credits very disturbing? I can't stand extreme closeups of meat and people.

Showtime has your back

http://www.sho.com/site/dexter/sneakpeek/home.do

your can watch the first two eps on their website.
post #293 of 6855
Where was the social worker when Dex dragged out the ex-husband?
Last I saw she was tucking the kids in. Don't you think she would have been a little interested in finding out what happened to him? They did not even show her again.
post #294 of 6855
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Originally Posted by ziltomil View Post

Showtime has your back

http://www.sho.com/site/dexter/sneakpeek/home.do

your can watch the first two eps on their website.

You cannot access shotime from canada. they only allow us viewers.
post #295 of 6855
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Originally Posted by klouseau View Post

You cannot access shotime from canada. they only allow us viewers.

Klouseau, try this:

http://www.78y.net/nph-6.cgi/111100A...dexter/home.do
post #296 of 6855
Nice! Thanks!
post #297 of 6855
'Truth Be Told' was a good episode.
Lt. Maria LaGuerta got pissed off aswell. The previews for next weeks season finale were wild. Sgt. Doakes and Dexter might get into it.

I have a crush on Julie Benz

post #298 of 6855
Tonights episode was SO intense!
post #299 of 6855
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Originally Posted by YoungC55 View Post

'Truth Be Told' was a good episode.
Lt. Maria LaGuerta got pissed off aswell. The previews for next weeks season finale were wild. Sgt. Doakes and Dexter might get into it.

I have a crush on Julie Benz

Great episode tonight, next week looks pretty intense too. Julie Benz is nice, she was great in Angel and Buffy too, Conner's mom.
post #300 of 6855
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Originally Posted by ziltomil View Post

Tonights episode was SO intense!

Yeah, that sums it up pretty well. I hope that they fill in the details. From the previews, I think I saw where the ITK told Dexter's sister that "this has been in the works for a long time" or something close to that. So, does that mean that all of the killings were for Dexter's "benefit?"

Something that has been nagging at me for the last week or so: Who killed Dexter's mother? He said tonight that it was a drug dealer, but is that the whole story? Could be, but could it have been Dexter's bio-dad? We know that he did time in prison, but I don't think they said why. That could explain why Harry took Dexter and adopted him rather than giving him to his father. I'm probably way off base, but I'd be interested to hear if anybody knows the answers.
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