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Dexter Season 7

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Only a matter of time before Deps whole watch Dexter 24/7 thing backfires.

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Quinn once again looks like he might get his sex life mixed up with his work life.

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Debs plan is never going to work. Dexter is just too smart for her, especially when he has already shown a willingness to drug her and get outta her house.

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am i the only one that has noticed the crappy graphic slice across his face?

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No it looks pretty lame. I'm looking forward to tonights episode, looks like it's going to be good....

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All that anticipation about Louis and he's given a cheap exit... Man, I love this show, but I hate the direction its taken the last few seasons.

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All that anticipation about Louis and he's given a cheap exit... Man, I love this show, but I hate the direction its taken the last few seasons.

Yeah, I thought Louis was going to at least stick around for most of the season trying to ruin Dexter or something more dramatic than that.

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I really like the bad guys this season and Dex's potential love interest is slammin

Louis' role seemed to exploit Dexter's more human side getting the best of him in the worst possible way. A stupid coworker feud that results in Dexter's real side being revealed to the wrong people. Its actually quite interesting. SPOILER for those who aren't caught up......

Mike & Louis were introduced to build conflicts/storylines and get killed. On to the next season by season characters

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Yeah, I figured Mike wouldn't last long since he didn't have his own storyline on the side. But I kept watching last season's awkwardly paced episodes to see what the deal with Louis would be. When Batista threatened him, he freaked - I thought maybe he was an unstable, emotional guy who panic kills, confides in Dexter, then panic kills again and winds up on the table... something other than a quick bullet after revealing whose boat it was. Weak...

I don't see the point of having a software engineer take that internship, become infatuated by Dexter, date his babysitter, show his high levels of anxiety, just to have him be the guy who spills Dexter's name the next season. And speaking of babysitter... Dexter moved in with Deb, but Harrison didn't?

Ok, gotta stop thinking about it.

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Spoilers below if you aren't caught up...

I think you guys might be missing the fact that Louis could very well still be a part of the story. He was killed on Dexter's boat. He just told Jamie that Dexter was trying to ruin his life as she was walking out on him. Jamie knows he has issues and he's suddenly disappeared. Meanwhile, we know nothing about Deb or the rest of the station's potential interest in why Louis is no longer around since Masuka fired him. I'm guessing that there are going to be questions about his disappearance from all angles. Maybe not...maybe they will just write him out of the show completely and the last episode tied all that up, but I think there's potential for his death and disappearance to still be a thorn in Dexter's side.

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