As I (We) Thought, but BETTER (SPOILER)


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So yes, Ellen Wolf was indeed killed by Miguel. What I loved about this episode is that things are finally heating up. None of this "let's be friends and be a team" bullshit. Things are finally turning around. When Dexter went crazy in his imaginative scene where he bashes things, but just smiles and decides to play the dangerous game, I'm like, "YES!" Although, a few episodes back as Miguel gradually revealed his true colors, I always wondered if the blood on that shirt was even Freebo's blood. Now I know.


I wondered how the producers were going to think of a new radical scheme for this season to match or surpass the last two seasons, and I have to admit, I was slightly getting worried. Things were interesting, but a little too tranquil. Now it's a story of not just "Oh no, I'm going to get busted." It's that and the idea of actually having a rival while playing up the notion of "friend." You know what they say, keep your friends close, but your enemies closer. How nice this will turn out. Although, we all know Dexter will win. But, I'm sure it will be a close call. And that George King guy was getting on my nerves. I'm sorry to say, even Rita. But it's not her fault. She's just a minor character at this point in this season. Debs is so cute. :]



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Dec 3, 2008 10:24AM EST

I really like the way things are heating up with Miguel. I too had my worries about this season in comparison with the last two. Of course, Dexter, will come out clean in the end, but I really don't like how nice and tidy the seasons always end with no one having any doubts or suspicions. Just a little too perfect. As far as the relationship with Miguel, playing with serial killers is like playing with fire-sooner or later....you're bound to get killed.

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Dec 3, 2008 11:07AM EST

I don't think that Dexter will come out clean this time. It's the last season isn't it? Who knows...

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Dec 3, 2008 2:19PM EST

True....There is the possibly this is the end for him. And as for the seasons being too perfect, I actually find the story lines too unrealistic to even give it a somewhat realistic ending. The episodes, no matter how well acted, are just too surreal. I always pictured the famous creepy music with the violins come on at his wedding, him smiling and people having a blast, the scenes taken in a slow muted blur. During this, he's narrating how odd things have turned out for him, and even with his dark secret, he still managed to fulfill his life. All he can do is wait for what the future has in store for him and blah blah blah [insert something intelligent Dexter would say]. Or something like that :] I can't really picture him getting caught, thrown in jail, pregnant Rita going ballistic, Debs having a breakdown, and so forth. Or Dexter even getting killed. Those scenes just don't do it for me. Maybe a perfect eerie ending is needed for the perfect, passive show.
But who knows, he may end up in jail or possibly die. Hopefully the producers cooked up something good :]

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Dec 3, 2008 3:14PM EST

This is not the last season of Dexter. It has been renewed for seasons 4 and 5. We know that he will come out on top but whats the deal with George and Miguel. Did Miguel set George free from something to track down freebo and kill him? If so why hasnt Miguel called him off or is he going for killing everyone associated with Freebo?

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Dec 3, 2008 4:26PM EST

Miguel already knows Freebo's dead...he was there with Dexter. He probably let him go (looking at his performance) because he didn't think tree cutting and killing went together. Unless I'm getting the pronouns mixed up and you're saying he wants to let George go so he can kill him himself. But I don't know, the situation is a bit vague to figure out. I mean, who knows what he said to George in the interrogation room with the camera off. And no...again this could be a pronoun mix up, but Miguel isn't going after people associated with Freebo. He kills people who he thinks taint the law. Unless you're talking about George, he's trying to look for Freebo. That's why George is killing the people associated with Freebo and the reason he kept torturing Antoine. And I'm glad it's getting renewed. Love the series too much to say good bye :T

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Dec 5, 2008 3:54PM EST

DMG1336000 & chaotic_quixotic, Did your mothers raise you retarded or did you get that way later in life? Did you take something loopy before you typed your comments? In the interrogation room Miguel was obviously going over his arrangement to release George, whom he was manipulating like he was Dexter. Miguel knows for sure that Freebo is dead he knows that he can't take Dexter on thats why he's having his other puppet take care of the problem by claiming Dexter knows where Freebo is. Miguel is a Psycho, not after justice, he does his killing for personal reasons like his career and his family. You are both dumb.

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