Dexter studies those closest to Arthur in an attempt to understand the psychology behind the Trinity Killer's actions; Rita's Thanksgiving-dinner plans are complicated when her full house gets even fuller with the addition of some unexpected guests; Batista sees some closure on a troubling old case; and Debra's continued pursuit of the Trinity Killer may prove a threat to Dexter. Watch & Discuss: Watch Dexter: Season 4, Episode 9 - 'Hungry Man' Read Dexter's: Season 4, Episode 9 - 'Hungry Man'
When it comes to love, Dexter's Maria LaGuerta can't seem to catch a break. First, her ex-lover was killed in Season 2, then another old flame turned out to be a murderer in Season 3. And now that she's finally found love with Sgt. Batista, she's unable to be with him with him because the boss won't allow their interoffice relationship. We caught up Lauren Velez, who plays the high-powered lieutenant, to get her take on the forbidden romance, which serial killer storyline has been her favorite and hints on who shot Deb. To Read More Click Here .
"Dexter" finally believes he understands the beast known as Trinity. But when a ten-year old boy goes missing, Dexter is forced to question everything he's learned up to this point. It's a race against the clock. And with each step forward, Dexter has to confront the real possibility that he may have more in common with Trinity than he'd like to admit. Secrets abound - from Cody, who is forced to defend one of Dexter's lies, Masuka, who can't bring himself to confess what he witnessed at Thanksgiving, and Debra, whose recent discoveries force one of Miami's finest into making an impossible decision. "Lost Boys" airs on November 29 at 9/8c. Two clips from the episode have been released. Dexter and Rita take Harrison to get booster shots and Dexter's mind wanders around the effectiveness of a needle. Also, Dexter follows Trinity, who is stalking a young woman with two kids at an arcade as his next victim. But he lost him in the crowd. Source & Preview
Shotime has 2 exciting preview clips available from this Sunday's all new episode of Dexter, "Hungry Man"! Chocolate Lava Cakes: Deb and Vince come by for Thanksgiving dinner. Watch here . How Unfortunate: Angel and LaGuerta discuss Thanksgiving plans. Watch here . '''Hungry Man'' airs Sunday, November 22nd at 9PM on Showtime.
Dexter is all new on November 22nd and even serial killers celebrate Thanksgiving, so except a holiday-centric episode. Showtime has released a synopsis and two sneak peeks. We also have a promo for you below. For most people, Thanksgiving is a time for traditions and family. But for Dexter, it's an opportunity to get closer to his most dangerous adversary yet. As Dexter gains insight into Arthur's psychology by studying those closest to him, he finds himself drawn into a bizarre and twisted world. Meanwhile, Rita has her hands full preparing dinner for a packed house, including a few unexpected guests. Batista gets closure on an old case, while Debra uses the holiday to continue her investigation of the Trinity Killer, a pursuit which threatens her brother's safety and brings to light surprising revelations about someone else close to her. Source & Preview
There were a lot of surprises on TV this week. We learned that The Chief is a secret drinker who has fallen off the wagon on Grey's Anatomy . Dexter killed an innocent man. On 90210, Jackie threw Silver the birthday party of a lifetime - and then gave her a surprise of a different sort. And Glee 's Sue Sylvester made us see something deeper about the emotional terrorist in a track suit. Welcome to Top Moments: Surprise Party Edition. 12. Worst Walkout: During a Larry King Live interview, former Miss California USA Carrie Prejean told King he was being inappropriate when he asked why, if religious freedom is so important to her, did she settle her lawsuit against the pageant? When King moved on to a take a call from a gay viewer who asked about her stance on same-sex marriage, Prejean took off her mic and said she was going to walk off. But she had a new book to plug (Google it), so she wasn't going anywhere. Way to take a stance, Carrie! 11. Most Sobering Moment: Grey's Anatomy finally gets to the bottom of what's been eating at the Chief. At the end of an episode in which he botches a routine surgery and Adele accuses him of being unfaithful again, we learn that the Chief's mistress actually comes in a bottle. Someone alert Joe the bartender, the Chief is off the wagon. 10. Best Lie: On House , the cranky doc wants to prove to Cuddy that he's reliable by offering to babysit. Cuddy lies and says she brought the baby to day care, but as House leaves, he hears baby noises coming from the other room. Busted! House enters to find Lucas - his former P.I. - watching the baby. 9. Best Way to Get Fired: After learning that the Brits are planning to sell Sterling Cooper, Don begs Lane Pryce to fire him, Roger and Bert so they can break their contracts and go out on their own. In exchange, they make Lane a partner in their new firm. This sets into motion a caper-like plot that re-energizes Mad Men , as Don & Co. recruit a skeleton crew to steal and move their client files over to the new headquarters of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Very good; happy Christmas! 8. Biggest Tear Jerk: At Khloe Kardashian and L.A. Laker Lamar Odom's rehearsal dinner, which was broadcast on E!'s Keeping Up with the Karsdashians: The Wedding, Bruce Jenner, Khloe's stepfather, gave a surprisingly sincere, moving speech that honored Robert Kardashian, Khloe's late father. 7. Best Mistake: On Dexter , our favorite serial killer offs a man who he believes murdered a model. But he second-guesses himself when police arrest the man's assistant for the same crime. For the first time, Dexter has broken his code and killed an innocent man. He's just like any other murderer now. 6. F for Effort Award: Is Heroes even trying anymore? In a Fight Club-like twist, Matt Parkman throws himself in front of a hail of gunfire, making the ultimate sacrifice to rid the world of Sylar. It's a sad moment, as the episode ends with Parkman in pretty rough shape. It would be quite a cliff-hanger... if the previews for next week didn't then show Peter healing Matt. Add "suspense" to the list of things the show has given up on. (See also: credibility, continuity, excitement, ratings.) To Read More Click Here .
A preview and two clips for the upcoming episode of " Dexter " have been unleashed to reveal that Dexter has a chance of killing Trinity. While standing on edge of a building, the character played by John Lithgow is pushed over by Dexter but held at hand. Dexter has the choice of letting him go or save him to know more about the beast. When he discovers that Trinity is planning an out-of-town trip, Dexter sees an opportunity to ride along and gain insight into the mind of a fellow monster. Even so, Dexter isn't prepared for the startling revelations Trinity makes along the way, revelations about his own past which only serve to convince Dexter of what he must do. Meanwhile, back at Miami Metro, Debra refuses to let a technicality keep her off the Trinity case. She works through others to ensure her voice is heard - that is, until she realizes that her single-minded pursuit of the Trinity Killer may have blinded her to the truth. Dexter has always known his father's Code was meant to protect him from exposure. But after committing a serious mistake, he wonders if it could have been designed to protect him from something even more dangerous - human emotion. "Road Kill" airs November 15 on Showtime . Source here
Dexter 's Julie Benz stars on one of the most violent dramas on TV but the blood usually comes only at the hands of her on-screen husband, Dexter Morgan. In her new film, The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day , Benz finds herself right in the middle of the action. "I actually got to play with guns!" Benz says. Although Benz had never seen the original 1999 film, she immediately gravitated toward the part of southern belle FBI agent Eunice Bloom. "[Writer-director] Troy Duffy wrote this really amazing woman," Benz says. "She's not a victim or a love interest; she's like a guy but still a woman. That's what I really loved about her." In theaters Friday, The Boondock Saints II reunites most of the original film's cast and crew, with the exception of Willem Dafoe as FBI agent Paul Smecker. Enter Dexter's leading lady. "I had some big shoes to fill with Willem Dafoe," she says. "Eunice is a protÃ©gÃ© of [Smecker's], so I wanted to maybe steal a couple of things he does here and there." Benz, 39, enjoyed playing a role so different from her TV persona but that doesn't mean Rita will be leaving Miami anytime soon. If anything, Benz says her film roles between the show's 12-episode seasons have helped her breathe new life into Rita. "When you play a character as long as I have played Rita, she starts to live in you. The character's memories are your memories and she's kind of just there," Benz says. "So then to go off and play other characters; it's nice to stretch other muscles and try new things." As for her alter ego, Benz says Rita and Dexter will begin trying new things as they begin to deal with their marital problems, and particularly Rita's recent discovery of Dexter's apartment. "You're going to see them go to therapy and really start dealing with their issues. They have their issues and Rita is not completely innocent," Benz says. "Rita suffers from wanting Dexter to change a little bit ... she has faults and we get to see a little bit more of what those are throughout the season." Another plot twist that will affect Dexter, and subsequently Rita's, struggle to balance work and family? Dexter's recent revelation that the Trinity Killer is a family man just like himself. "We get to see more of Dexter's fascination with that and how does he pull it off," Benz says. "There are some big realizations that happen throughout that journey." Benz was tight-lipped on what those realizations might be but says the journey will lead to a shocking season finale."It's going to be a very monumental episode and it shocked us as a cast when we got the script," Benz says. "It changes the show at its core and it's insanely intense." Source Here
Another person " Dexter " should worry about is Quinn. The detective has taken a sudden interest in Dex's life, curiously asking Dexter why he still keeps his apartment although he's been married and moved to the suburban. One of the clips provided for the November 8 episode sees Quinn helping Deb move to Dex's apartment. In "Slack Tide", Dexter finds himself enjoying a brief moment of tranquility. He's finally managed to strike a balance between work, family and other pursuits. But he's keenly aware that times like these aren't meant to last. When Miami Metro discovers a string of murders connected to a prominent photographer, Dexter sees an opportunity for a clean kill. However, his plans seem to be thwarted every step of the way. Dexter's plans to keep Astor and Cody distracted with new activities soon backfire. Even Harry disapproves of Dexter's choice of pastime, urging him instead to focus his efforts on the Trinity Killer. Meanwhile, Debra returns to work, frustrated to find everyone treating her with kid gloves. She decides to concentrate on her pursuit of the Trinity Killer as well as delving into her father's checkered past - investigations which Dexter fears might lead her to danger - or worse, the truth. Source & Preview
In a clever move by Showtime's sho.com, Dexter Morgan introduces his former self to viewers. Written in a graphic novel format these shorts, delivered by a modern day Dex, reflect on the urges of his younger dark passenger. Dexter learns how to stalk prey, voiced by Michael C. Hall, it's a creepy yet satisfying story for fans. Dexter deserves its incredible accolades. Check it out here.