10/26/2009 - 3:00pm
Miami PD is just cleaning up the Lundy/Deb crime scene. Dexter arrives in an utter panic, but Deb is alive. The shooting was made to look like the Vacation Killer's handiwork, but Dexter knows it was Trinity. Deb's gunshot wound was minor; she didn't even need surgery.
10/19/2009 - 4:50pm
Rita takes the kids to a family wedding, leaving Dexter home alone for 72 glorious hours. Dexter plans on spending his free time sipping fine whiskey and building a ship in a bottle. Duh, he’s hunting again.
10/12/2009 - 2:30pm
Trinity has struck again, forcing a mother-of-two to throw herself off a six-story building on the docks. At least Deb is convinced it's Trinity, especially when she finds another near-identical case – down to the victim profile – 30 years ago to the week. Lundy is the only one who believes foul play was involved. But working so closely with Lundy is confusing Deb's feelings for him and Anton.
10/06/2009 - 5:45pm
Dexter, having just flipped his car after falling asleep behind the wheel, is pulled to safety by EMTs. He is in a panic: Benny Gomez's body was in the car. When Rita picks him up at the hospital, he doesn't tell her about his concussion, and insists it was a mere fender-bender – anything to free him up to go retrieve his victim.
09/25/2009 - 11:00am
Dexter is back, and better than ever – but his life is more complicated than ever. Between the never-ending influx of murder cases through Miami PD, a new family, a new baby (named Harrison), and his "night gig,"
12/15/2008 - 3:47pm
As planned, The Skinner is the number one suspect in Miguel's slaying. Except in the mind of Ramon, who is highly suspicious of Dexter. He breaks into Dexter's apartment and ransacks the place (leaving his blood slides untouched).
12/08/2008 - 8:00pm
We pick up right where we left off – with Dexter bound in the trunk of a car. He wiggles free of his duct tape restraints, and steels himself. The car stops. The trunk opens. Dexter punches his kidnapper in the face. It’s Vince.
12/01/2008 - 2:58pm
The cops bring in a suspect in Ellen Wolf’s murder. He was at Ellen’s house around the time of the murders for a booty call. Miguel thinks he’s home free – until Quinn finds out the suspect has an airtight alibi. The suspect told LaGuerta that he saw a big, dark SUV with very, very bright headlights. Time to start worrying again, Miguel.
11/24/2008 - 12:40pm
Sil pops in on Dexter and Rita early one morning, picking up right where we left off. She thinks Miguel is having an affair just because he didn’t come home til dawn. Please. There could have been a million other things he was doing all night – like killing a criminal defense attorney. Which is precisely where he was. When Dex goes to confront Miguel, he weasels out of Dexter’s questions.
11/18/2008 - 1:43pm
Yup, it finally happens. Dexter lets Miguel in. He agrees that Miguel can stalk his first prey, make his first kill. But, of course, Miguel must go through Killer Training 101. First rule: make sure it is the right guy.