The second season of Dexter has been spectacular. The season wrapped itself up in a tidy little bow last night.
I was very sad to see Dokes die. He has been amazing in season 2. Of course, there was no real way for him to escape this season once he found Dexter out and was subsequently caught. I told the Queen of Keith that I wanted him to join with Dexter and have them travel the world in a bus as a team, but alas, Lila put an end to that.
Dexter killing the pale English titty vampire was not as satisfying as I hoped it would be. There aren’t many characters I have hated more than Lila in all of tv land. Still, she’s gone, and that’s not a bad thing.
So, we head to season 3, with Dexter abandoning Harry’s code and beginning his new one. He mentions that now he’s the master, so it makes me wonder if he’s going to have students.
Very happy with the end results. Thank you Showtime for creating one of the must-see things on TV.
This show started off good and steadily became more hokey as the story dragged on and on. I never saw the original TV run, but the show's concept is much better suited to a movie or short miniseries format than episodic television.