Though I know its not real life, Dexter's city has people dieing horribly on a daily basis, no regular gunshots anymore, they gotta be sliced up or diced up.
I have been watching "Dexter" since it's premiere and it has been fresh and original since the beginning. As I was eagerly waiting for the next season , How is it everyone seems to have seen the first 4 episodes when the first episode doesn't even air until this Sunday?
For all you Dexter fans :)
will dexter ever be humanized with true feelings???
When does Dexter come back on?
In recent times, many series have opted to forgo the full-length opening theme song/sequence and replace it with either a sort of half song (think Gossip Girl and Greek ) or just a flash of the show's name (think Lost and as of last season, One Tree Hill ). Even shows that used to have full length opening credits have recently started to abbreviate them - like Desperate Housewives and Grey's Anatomy . I agree that some shows don't need a full opening sequence (I can't imagine any sort of opening credits that would do Lost justice), but in general, it's a great way to set the stage for the show. 10 of my personal favorite opening credits/sequences that I believe are particularly defining to their respective shows: 1. Friends (1994) - Watch! 2. Six Feet Under - Watch! 3. Dexter - Watch! 4. Arrested Development - Watch! 5. Mad Men - Watch! 6. The Big Bang Theory - Watch! 7. The West Wing - Watch! 8. Star Trek: The Next Generation - Watch! 9. The O.C. - Watch! 10. The Sopranos - Watch! What are your favorite TV theme songs/opening credits?
I was checking the wiki, and I noticed that the wiki has complete synopses of all the seasons of the show. Do we really need that? I think we should completely erase it; takes too much space unless there is a way to place them under some kind of "cut" (like a Livejournal cut) or something.
I really like both shows but I can't help but wonder what it would be like to have Bones and her crew decipher the remains that Dexter dropped in the bay. Sure, they'd be able to figure out how he did it but would they be able to catch him? Dexter is really good about not leaving evidence, but I think it could make for an interesting cat and mouse game.
Do we really need 5 million MegaVideo links for every episode of Dexter? There really is little more maddening then trying to find anything ~other~ than megavideo and failing to do so 90% of the time :) I've heard some pretty extreme stuff about Ninjavideo; admin maliciously hacking user accounts and other nefarious deeds. What is SideReel's final word on that site as a resource? Anyone have any feedback about a site called "Pandora"?
Any one know when it's supposed to start up?