...and outside, she tells him, "I was this close to arresting you this morning." I'm guessing Dexter can thank Deb's coffee maker for his continued liberty. She adds that she even thought about what she would say to the press, and I'd love to hear that little speech, but maybe the difficulty of it is what made her decision in the end. Deb confesses that she doesn't know what to do, but goes on to relay what she read about serial killers being addicts -- so maybe Dexter can get rehab. Dexter, looking a little touched in spite of himself, points out that murder clinics are in short supply, but Deb thinks they can make their own -- he'll move in with her and she'll watch him 24/7 so he doesn't stray. Of course, I don't know how this is going to work with Harrison -- it seems more logical for her to move in with him, especially since that would seem easier to explain to anyone who might ask questions. However, I guess Deb has to try, and she wonders what would have happened if Harry had taught Dexter to quit killing rather than merely channeling it. At least Dexter is not blowing sunshine up her ass about how well he thinks this is going to work, as he quietly confesses that he tried to stop before, with lacking results. Deb, however, tells him that this time he has her, and she's "someone who loves you more than you will ever fucking know." If she's referring to that plotline of last year, all I can say is GOOD. Deb, threatening to fall apart again, tells him that she still believes there's good in him, maybe even more than is in most people. He asks if he has any choice, and the answer is a firm no, so he agrees, and I think he's sincere about giving this a try, while being just as sure that there's no way in hell it's going to work.
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: B | 288 USERS: B
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