Am I the only one to be disappointed with season 3 so far?
I understand they need some time to set up the story etc. but we're almost reaching half season and let's be honest, it's nowhere as interesting and intense as season 1 and 2 were.
It's getting more and more focused on Rita, Dexter's relationship with her and the kids, Rita being pregnant and deciding to keep the baby, him accepting the idea of becoming a father, proposing her... This is NOT what fans care most about Dexter and unfortunately when I see the promo for s3e5 (at the very end of e4), I don't see this thing fading away in the next episodes: Rita having problems with her pregnancy etc etc.
Who cares about this honestly?? It doesn't bring much to the main story and this is not why we got hooked to this tv show in the very first couple of episodes.
The worrying part is writers have been using this pointless "family guy" story line more and more, season after season, to fill episodes and this is a bad sign for the future. If after 2 seasons only they are starting to have so little things to say, how uninteresting and lame will seasons 4 and 5 be ???
Don't get me wrong, I am a big fan of the TV show, my level of disappointment is just as big as a fan I am. I really hope the writers will prove me wrong soon...
Anyway, am I the only one to feel this way?