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In the sixth-season premiere, Dexter shows up at his 20th high-school reunion with the intention of confronting the former prom king. Elsewhere, an investigation into a heinous murder with religious overtones leads Dexter to ponder spiritual matters and wo (more…)
Brother Sam, a minister with a criminal history, is brought in by the homicide department to help solve a macabre murder, but Dexter sees him for what he really is—and it's definitely not a man of God. Elsewhere, Debra's sudden hero status elicits a pair (more…)
Gellar and Travis' latest disturbing tableau has Dexter questioning matters of faith. Meanwhile, Homicide uncovers evidence that the killings are religion-motivated and tries to find the zealot responsible; Debra gives her first official press briefing.
Dexter receives spiritual guidance from his new friend, Brother Sam, while his search for the Doomsday Killers leads him in a new direction. Later, Quinn and Batista visit Prof. Gellar's former university; and Debra is required to undergo post-shooting the (more…)
Dexter develops a macabre scheme to try to apprehend the Doomsday Killers. Meanwhile, Debra and LaGuerta's battle over the case of the dead call girl intensifies and Debra's therapist makes a bold and disturbing suggestion.
Season 7 picks up with Debra, having caught her brother in the act of murder, taking a stab at covering up their involvement in the crime. Meanwhile, LaGuerta considers reopening the Bay Harbor Butcher case when new evidence resurfaces.
Miami Metro reopens a 15-year-old case based on new evidence provided by a local convict; and Debra works to cure Dexter of his homicidal urges. Meanwhile, the Mike Anderson case appears to have ties to Ukrainian mobsters.
Dexter takes aim at a new target and attempts to get Debra to pitch in; the Ukrainian mob sets out to avenge the killing of a member; and Quinn gets chummy with a dancer at the mob's strip joint. Meanwhile, LaGuerta is convinced the Bay Harbor Butcher is s (more…)
Dexter seeks to learn why someone was killed on his boat, while at the same time, he tries to outmaneuver Isaak, who is bent on revenge. Later, the Wayne Randall case takes a positive turn when new leads are brought to light by his fetching former accompli (more…)
Debra befriends a local crime writer who claims to have incriminating info on Hannah McKay; Quinn receives a strange offer and he's wont to accept it; Batista contemplates a business opportunity, while LaGuerta hopes to dredge up new evidence in the Bay Ha (more…)
An out-of-work exec (Danny DeVito) accepts a job educating underachieving Army recruits. Gregory Hines. Murdoch: James Remar. James: Cliff Robertson. Benitez: Lillo Brancato Jr. Miranda: Stacey Dash. Montgomery: Kadeem Hardison. Leroy: Richard T. Jones. Di (more…)
Dexter and Hannah's relationship heats up, which crime-beat writer Sal Price is very interested to learn, so much so that he helps Debra dig up some information on her. Meanwhile, Quinn's attempts to protect his girlfriend lead to some questionable moves.
Dexter attempts to keep his relationship with Hannah a secret from Debra, but that gets blown out of the water when Astor, Cody and Harrison pay him a surprise visit and the news leaks out. Meanwhile, Isaak gets out of jail and steps up his pursuit of Dext (more…)
Dexter is unnerved when Hannah's father pays him a surprise visit; the Phantom Arsonist's crimes become more vicious; and Quinn defends Nadia's honor and finds himself in a volatile situation. Meanwhile; LaGuerta asks a former superior for help on the Bay (more…)