...not to mention the fact that in trying to get better at fatherhood, he's become a much, much worse killer, as he wanders out into the church and is all, "Durr, where's Colin Hanks?" He kills some seconds looking around, but eventually finds Colin Hanks on the floor, unconscious but alive. He then continues scanning the area and realizes there's a trap door up at the front of the place, so he opens it and descends...and finds EJO's corpse in a freezer LIKE WHO COULD HAVE SEEN THAT COMING, although it is unintentionally hilarious that the corpse even still has his glasses on. I don't give myself credit for coming up with the EJO-doesn't-exist idea, as tons of people did, but I do take some kudos, such as they are, for recognizing how poorly the show is written and as such being able to note all the places it was being horrifically sloppy and contradicting itself and still not backing off the theory. Also, Colin Hanks gets up, sword in hand, so I guess Dexter's in danger, girl. From the previews next week, it does seem that Colin Hanks is totally nuts and really thinks Tyler Durden is alive, and while that could have been interesting, forcing Dexter into a moral dilemma in dealing with a mentally unbalanced killer who's unaware of what he's doing, the show has exhausted any goodwill it had and then some with this terrible, terrible plotting, so I have the feeling it's going to be a slog no matter what. Other than that, really looking forward to 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 "The Trouble With Bliss," (formerly "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.