Back at Deb's, the kids are down, and she and Dexter exchange some light words before Deb confesses that he might have been right about Hannah - while she still thinks Hannah deserves Dexter's kind of justice, she knows it must have been hard for him to resist, and she knows he did it for her. If a convenient sinkhole appeared, I have the feeling Dexter would jump into it, but he manages to croak that she doesn't have to thank him, which is a hilariously understated moment. He then sincerely thanks her for helping with the kids, and she smiles that her home is their home. DVO then wonders why, if what's left of his family is all under this roof, why he wants so much to be somewhere else? I think I know this one, Dexter - you're actually pretty much a douche, and I'm talking aside from the serial-killer part. I think that makes the character more interesting, but I can't say I like him or am even particularly rooting for him. This isn't nearly as good a show as Breaking Bad, but he is starting to look like the Walter White to Deb's Jesse Pinkman. The latter parallel is probably stronger, if only for the cursing. Also, if you were Deb, wouldn't you insist that he stay there too? Space be damned - it's got to be safer than his apartment. Of course, what she doesn't know is that he's not going there...
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: A- | 330 USERS: B+
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