Dexter season 7 premiere review – “Are you…?”

| September 30, 2012 at 11:09 PM EST

After six years of some unbelievable near misses, Dexter Morgan’s Dark Passenger was finally exposed to his sister Deb during tonight’s season premiere. We picked up exactly where we left off last season and boy, was it worth the wait. As expected, Deb was completely dumbfounded to find her brother standing over an altar with […]

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Dexter Review ‘This is the Way the World Ends’ – With a Girly Gasp

| December 19, 2011 at 12:47 AM EST

What are your reactions to the Dexter season 6 finale? Dexter “The Way the World Ends” Review Lewis: Is Lewis someone who’s obsessed with serial killers or obsessed with Dexter? Now that we see he really wants to work there, is he simply trying to get Dexter in trouble so he can steal his job? Conveniently […]

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Dexter Season 6 ‘Talk to the Hand’ Review – Hide Your Love Away, Deb

| December 11, 2011 at 10:00 PM EST
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Swim under that ring of fire and let’s get on to this Dexter review. We have some uh, big developments to talk about. Dexter Review “Talk to the Hand” This episode started out with the wormwood gas, and knowing Miami Metro Homicide was a target. When we learned exactly how much Travis has targeted Deb, […]

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Dexter Season 6 ‘Ricochet Rabbit’ Review

| December 4, 2011 at 10:00 PM EST

In this Dexter review you’ll find an Arrested Development reference, why we should all look into cryogenics, and the best quotes of this season 6 episode. Dexter Ricochet Rabbit Review Early on in the episode Dexter admits that he’s, “made a terrible mistake.” This swung my memory to the often repeated quote on Arrested Development […]

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Dexter Review: ‘Get Geller’ – Deb’s Ponytail Means Business

| November 28, 2011 at 2:57 AM EST

Read this Dexter review of “Get Geller” to see who is referred to as a “self-help book in action,” the truth about unicorns, who might enroll in serial killer rehab. Dexter “Get Gellar” Review There was some nice symbolism in the beginning of “Get Gellar” when Dexter used an axe to break the chains on […]

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Dexter ‘Sin of Omission’ Review – Now You Have Garden Gnomes

| November 20, 2011 at 11:28 PM EST

Well, you heard the verdict. If you want to apologize to a sister, opt for a crueler. Dexter Season 6 Review “Sin of Omission” Another episode of Dexter, another death. But it’s not from Dexters hands’. The Doomsday Killers are still (naturally) being called “DDK” and somehow it seems to cheapen the fact that these […]

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Dexter ‘Nebraska’ Review: Pitchforks are the Pits

| November 13, 2011 at 11:00 PM EST

Looks like I’m gonna need a good pitchfork/murder pun… Alas, I have none. Still, what a way to go, huh? Or more like “ouch.” But however low Dexter got in “Nebraska” he came out the other side of this tunnel with his father back on his side. And that’s important. Also, it’s sweeps so Dexter […]

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Dexter Season 6 ‘Just Let Go’ Review: Brother vs Brother

| November 7, 2011 at 1:00 AM EST

Below you’ll find a review of “Just Let Go” from Dexter season 6. Dexter Just Let Go Review Mos is Mos definitely gone There might be a flashback or a haunting, but otherwise Mos (formerly Mos Def) and his character Brother Sam are gone. This is a major, major bummer because Brother Sam brought about […]

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Dexter season 6 ‘The Angel of Death’ Review: Everyone’s Playing God

| October 30, 2011 at 10:00 PM EST

The gore factor is way down in Dexter “The Angel of Death.” Which is a relief, because we needed a break from that seriously messed up imagery. Which is not to say this episode was all roses and puppies. (Although there was a particularly loyal dog…) Mos as Brother Sam is terrific, and I really […]

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Dexter Season 6 Review ‘Smokey and the Bandit’ – Out of the Box Thinking

| October 17, 2011 at 5:20 PM EST
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If Dexter season 6 is trying to prove it can show more creepy imagery than other shows, they can stop now! In “Smokey and the Bandit” there were two bondage/torture scenes (basically lightweight for Dexter viewers, now) as well as some zombie horsemen and a box of old teeth pulled from dead prostitutes. The Tooth […]

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