Blog sites are filled with comments – both pro and con – on how Dexter played out this season. I can only say, the predictions I gave weren’t a spoiler because I hadn’t seen the final episodes, but I was right on. Lila – as annoying as Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s little sister Dawn – just had to go. She was ruining his control, and would likely have ruined his life. As for Doakes, would Dex have finished him off if Lila hadn’t conveniently done it for him? I like to think not. I’m sorry he’s gone. It would have been so much more interesting had he killed Lila and gone on the run, another hanger-on for next season’s plotline. So where is Dexter going in Season 3? I suspect that we’ll see LaGuerta still trying to prove that Doakes wasn’t the Bay Harbor Butcher. We’ll see Debs still conflicted about Lundy (maybe even making a trip or two to be with him before the age difference gets just too much and he dumps her) and we’ll see Dexter making plans to marry Rita until she begins to wonder why he isn’t still in NA. We’ll also see Dex way more cautious because if one more body surfaces, Doakes won’t be a killer any more.
By Tom Comi After 10 years of searching for al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden by various agencies, many Americans had probably given up hope that he would ever be captured. But a lot can be determined by looking at a person’s TV-viewing habits, and the recently discovered DVR found at bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan suggests he knew the end was near. Channel Guide Magazine was able to obtain the DVR through top-secret sources*, and it turns out that the world’s most wanted man was quite the fan of American television. Here are some of the shows that he had […]
It’s been an up and down week for Dexter (the series) and Dexter (the killer), too. First, the bad news. Indiana teenager Andrew Conley (17) has been charged in the murder of his 10-year-old brother Conner. Conley says he felt compelled to kill and that he felt like Dexter afterwards. However, the troubled teen also confessed to having these feelings since he was in the 8th grade, well before Dexter aired. Noted child psychologist Dr. Lisa Boesky says of his act, “It’s rarely something that happens overnight. This is not caused by a television show or a fight with their […]