Deb's face shatters as she runs forward and says they have to help her, but there's blood running everywhere, and Dexter has to tell her the obvious fact that Erin's jugular and carotid arteries are severed, and there's no hope for her. Meanwhile, the uniform that actually killed the girl has NO REACTION AT ALL. Like, I hope you don't think you're getting any overtime today, honey. DVO unnecessarily tells us that the killer is officially now serial, but then redeems himself when he notices there's a buzzing noise in the room, in another of the "That Ain't Good" things going on in this episode. Batista locates the source, a wooden cabinet in the room, and pulls it open, like, WAY TO LEARN A LESSON FROM THE DEAD GIRL HERE, GUYS. He's rewarded for his indiscretion by a swarm of locusts flying and assaulting everyone; some of them flee outside, causing everyone to hit the deck -- except for Colin Hanks, who's on the scene and is staring at them in joyful wonder. Dexter notices him, and figures he's Murderer Number Two, which, okay, I guess they're using the idea that there are two murderers because it's the easiest way for Dexter to get on Colin Hanks's tail without anyone else having reason to. It's so lazy, hoping people won't notice the logical discrepancies, but anyway, Dexter's not wrong in this case. We'll see what he does about it next week.
John Ramos is a writer and film producer living in Los Angeles. Believe it or not, he's worked with Michael C. Hall, as well as Lucy Liu and Peter Fonda, on his film "East Fifth Bliss," which will be in theaters in March 2012 and about which you can get information here. Also, he writes about film and television on his blog "Pull Up A Chair," which he would just love for you to visit. And you can follow him on Twitter here.
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