I just got done with the newest episode of Dexter, and I don't think I've ever been more amped up to see a next episode of a TV show before. This whole Miguel Prado storyline has been fantastic. The season started off kinda slow because I didn't really know where they could go after one season of Dexter chasing a fellow killer, and one season of him avoiding being chased himself. It all came together though, and it's probably the best one yet.
That scene with Dexter going ape in the lab had me for a couple seconds.
Lloyd: When I met Mary, I got that old fashioned romantic feeling, where I'd do anything to bone her. Harry: That's a special feeling.
I have really lost interest in the direction of this show. Granted, i have not watched beyond the first six episodes this season.
I understand a serial killer planning a baby and wedding is supposed to be ironic or whatever, but that's not what this show is supposed to be about, IMO. Plus, having a baby is #1 on the list of jumping the shark. ; )
Either way, the wedding/baby thing just seems lame to me. So is Jimmy Smits and his mustache.
"I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ."
I missed this thread last week. Miguel Prado's heel turn has been fantastic. This week's episode was one of the best ever with Dexter and Miguel constantly one upping each other. l thought Prado was talking to his brother at the end, and was completely shocked that it was the Skinner. Good, good stuff.
This is the best show on television right now. Nothing is even close.
Originally posted by samoflangeI'm 99% sure this season is going to end with Prado wrapped up on Dexter's table, but the way we're gonna get there over the next couple weeks is going to be magnificent.
Presumably. But I'm still waiting for the big reveal that it was Dexter that killed Miguel's brother, not Freebo.
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Charlie Hunnam has dropped out of Fifty Shades of Grey. (hollywoodreporter.com) Official story is that Sons of Anarchy's "immersive TV schedule" is to blame, but apparently there's speculation about other causes.