Dexter Season 5 Episode 7
November 8, 2010 by Post Team
The fifth season has been so far has been progressing very slowly, but the episode this week assured us that things are about to turn and the plot moves at a faster past now – in all fronts.
In “We Circle the predictable happened – Dexter and Lumen have become partners in crime and went to hunt down the men who raped her.The duo now have a target-Cole Harmon Jordan who is chief of security but to do their job effectively Dexter throws them off the track for kindly lead police to the existence of Boyd.
Debra & Quinn:
Quinn is trying to continue his research on Dexter with the help of agent Stan Liddy, but things get complicated because Alma begins to have feelings for him, and he has admitted he was also drawn.
The killings ‘Santa Muerte’:
Deb establish surveillance to catch the Fuentes brothers, who are the prime suspect in the killings of the ‘Santa Muerte’ despite opposition from the boss sees it as a waste of time and money.
Error in the operation ends with a spectacular shootout in the club that was infiltrated by agents.
Here is a brief summary of the episode:
By helping Lumen, Dexter puts on a collision course with Debra and the homicide division, and things get worse when he was brought to work a horrific crime scene, and Debra investigation in the killing of Santa Muerte, takes to a deadly confrontation with the murderers. Meanwhile, Quinn begins to question his accomplice in his investigation of Dexter.
Overall it was a pretty solid episode where Dexter is involved in serious trouble because of Lumen have found a friend, lover and mother to their children even in this broken woman. The highlight of the episode is undoubtedly the revelation that Cole, Jordan, Boyd, Dan the dentist has known since they were kids.
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