Dexter Season 6 Episode 3
October 17, 2011 by staff
Dexter Season 6 Episode 3, Dexter looked at him last night and ended the possibility of getting a glimpse of their future. Not the first time your lens has a mirror through which Dexter can examine your own life and that may be linked. The episode was pretty standard, until the end when we were presented with one of the darkest moments of the series to date.
What about Ryan?
It is appropriate that the name of the murderer of the ice truck has resurfaced in Dexter, considering how things ended tonight. Ryan was the setting for Season 1 Alias ??villain who was Dexter’s brother is back to relevance, as his apprentice Masuka presented with the test box for the case of the murderer of the ice truck, which contained a fake hand with painted nails. Ryan obvious obsession with the Ice Truck Murderer looks like it could explain his flirtation with Masuka, and possibly your only reason for being there. Or maybe she really likes it. I’m not sure that despite buy, considering the way Quinn flew when he tried to flirt with her. My theory is that, like Dexter, Ryan has a thing for serial murderers, or perhaps the murderer of the ice truck, in particular, and his interest in forensic science is really a ploy to get their sticky fingers in any murder, loot you can find. I know I’m not going so far as to suggest that Ryan is a serial murderer or an aspiring one, therefore she is a groupie as serial murderer. We’ll let the theory of waiting until we have more to go on.
Turning to the final moments of the episode, the presentation Gellar and Travis’ part-man/part-mannequin a body on top of a horse was strangely reminiscent of the preference of the murderer of the ice truck drain their victims of all of their blood and leaving her pieces on display somewhere. However, Travis and Gellar reason seems to go beyond showing. With words like, “much more at stake than the suffering of a man,” and “He must be pure or can not proceed,” it is clear its intention to extend further than just a thirst for blood. It seems that the killings are intended to send a message and also serve a religious purpose, ritual.
The Tooth Fairy
The meat of the episode was Dexter track Walter Kenney, a man who believed he was responsible for a dead prostitute with a missing tooth. Once upon a time, Dexter keeps a scrapbook of a serial murderer called The Tooth Fairy. This was perhaps one of the ways Dexter’s father came to understand the depth of the problems of his son. While normal children have Pl**yboys under their beds, Dexter had an album with newspaper clippings about a man who killed prostitutes and tore his lateral incisor. (That particular tooth is probably always going to make me think Ed Helms character in Hangover.)
The Tooth Fairy retired, but apparently got bored with their old trophies and decided to come out of retirement to make a new one. Dexter was a pretty easy time finding Walter Kenney, but confirmed it was the tooth fairy meant leaving the man in a bad mood, I hear complaints, and the purchase of a drink and prn before he got what he wanted. He followed it with a storage facility where he was hiding a box of old teeth. While Dexter was sitting in lawn chair man in the storage box and looked at his teeth, I thought about the storage wars and wondered what Barry would have made the old box of teeth, as he flipped through his skeleton black and white gloves.
Dexter almost ended up becoming another victim of the tooth fairy when Kenney found that Dexter was for spying on your car registration and later “popping” their name. Dexter managed to escape the gun to his head by crashing his car (again) and after that, Kenney was an easy prey.
The most interesting of Walter Kenney as a victim who is another example of a serial murderer, and one that managed to live to see old age. He was trying to tell Dexter Dexter would be like him one day and maybe the right. Maybe Dexter will end up in adult diapers and live in a luxury nursing home in Miami. It is impossible to know what the future holds for him. But Dexter knows it’s not what you get. It may not look like the murderer who is decades. Perhaps he believes that at some point, you have enough dark passenger and finally had enough. Or maybe it was too disappointed that the tooth fairy was actually care what he had to say. Either way, it seems so gradually by the last words of Walter Kenney. And he was not willing to give Walter his final wish to ensure that your child knows what his father really was.
Instead of stabbing Walker, choking him, allowing the authorities to think he died of a heart attack. No one but Dexter knows that Walter was.
Deb is the boss.
Deb will need some time to adjust to his new job. Tonight we saw her being pushed around by LaGuerta, hiring Deb pushing your selection to detective. Batista was kind enough to encourage Deb not to allow his ex-wife’s control. If she starts to turn back every time LaGuerta makes a “suggestion” that will never end. I’m thinking that was that, in addition to siding LaGuerta Quinn on managing snake murder case that made the decision to go with Deb their own choice of new detective. She hired Mike Anderson, a Chicago detective who may be a new face in Miami Metro Homicide.
Poor Mike thought Deb was a joke when I met her, of course he did not expect his new boss a woman. Thinking he was being hazed sent for coffee. He quickly apologized when she became aware of his mistake and everything seemed to be forgiven. I thought it might have been a bit of a relationship between Deb and Mike, but who knows? Maybe I’m trying to picture someone new, now that Quinn’s return to form age, sleep with as many women as possible in order to get more of Deb. Something tells me it will not last though. I think Quinn is trying to resume his old life as if it never existed his relationship with Deb, but there is no turning back.
? Brother Sam, which is proving very useful given the frequency with Dexter seems to be destroying his car this season, Dexter invited to the baptism of Nick. If Dexter who want to explore religion, Sam could be just the friend you need.
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