Dustin is the founder and co-owner of Pajiba. It's powerful stuff, and Lithgow gives the words a depth and credence I can't imagine many other actors could have provided. Meanwhile, learns the truth about Dexter's mother, the homicide division closes in on the Trinity Killer, and reaffirms her support for Dexter, even as she acknowledges his hidden demons. As he picks up his blood-spattered son he sees himself at three years old, covered in blood, being swung over Harry's shoulder. Not the Brawny Man fuckin ending we got.
He loses absolutely everything just like that. He tells her he's grateful, which is. The Homicide team has been gathering background info on Stan Beaudry, and none of it supports the theory that he's the Trinity Killer. Lee Masuka was wacky; David Zayas Batista was very down to earth; Jennifer Carpenter Deb, of course was warm and engaging. Maybe his family will be okay. In one of the fake alternate endings, Dexter learned on the news about a child murderer escaping from prison, and the episode would end with Dexter trying to decide whether to join Rita on vacation or go after the escaped killer. Mist is settling down around the palm trees as Arthur cruises down a deserted country road, listening to some fifties doo-wop.
She also tells him that tonight, the moon will be amazing. In the episode, goes to great lengths to stop , who now knows Dexter's true identity. He then reveals himself and everyone wonders how he got there so fast. But we know where it is, don't we? Dexter is noticeably frantic in these last episodes and Hall's personal struggles may have bled into his work to his advantage. If Dexter is ever caught, he'll be executed, but his family will live with the shame for the rest of their lives.
Walking away, he sees the Mustang's smashed windshield and knows in an instant where Arthur must be. Also, Laguerta and Batista now have to decide what to do next in their relationship. Comment below anything that comes to mind! He didn't know Christine was dead, but dispels his grief by dismissing her as weak. It kept me on my toes for forty-six minutes, trying to guess which of the season's threads would come back to bite Dexter in the ass. It's a gray and shrunken corpse. When he leaves, Dexter follows Arthur in his van, accidentally striking another car on his way.
They've decided the real Trinity planted all of the evidence including Lundy's books, which makes sense if you believe that he, or Christine, stole the books after the shooting. Tonight's the night for a rewatch! No one has any idea where he might have gone, if he's packed a bag, if he has a passport. I also use this episode as the end of the series, personally. That professional courtesy he wanted has come through, though not in the way he might have hoped: they've called Rita to come and pick him up. The next season should've been the last season with him getting caught up for his association with the Trinity Killer and his inevitable demise prison or death in some glorious fashion.
Rita lists and evaluates his recent sins. How can you be a successful serial killer while being eaten up from the inside?. Debra finally learns about how her father came to adopt Dexter. It was the final episode helmed by and executive producer before his departure from the show to spend more time with his family. The model train set is set up on the floor. Inspired partially by Debra, and partially by his desire to be a better family man than Arthur, Dexter considers giving up murder. This episode has the biggest shock ending of all time.
Dexter parks just outside, and watches an oblivious Arthur walk into the bank. But upon returning home, he finds a message from Rita that she came home from the airport because she forgot her identification. The thrust of Dexter's argument is that he will try to be a better person, even if that means failing at some point. In no time, it seems, the whole force has descended on a Four Walls build and the cadaver dogs have found a body bag under the patio. What more can he do than try, he asks? Harrison sits in a pool of Rita's blood on the bathroom floor, in the same manner that Dexter was left in a pool of his mother's blood during his youth. But the officers aren't impressed - he fled the scene of a crime, and what's more, these guys are not from Miami Metro.
Dexter: A Sitdown with Michael C. Arthur's got quite a head start and Dexter is driving like a maniac trying to catch up with him. I've loved watching an episode a week for the past however many months. The relief that comes from discovering she knows no more than his mother's name and his brother's true identity is strong, and he masks it as shock, saying it's a lot to take in. In the briefing room at Miami Metro, Angel reports that Sally Mitchell had no idea what her husband was up to, and that she vomited when confronted with pictures. And given the parallels, what does that ultimately mean for Harrison? It's hard to say definitively exactly what will change and how it will change, but change is inevitable.