If it werent for the last four minutes of tonights final Dexter I might have sworn off the series forever How could he not kill Lila The screen went black I was flabbergasted That false ending gave me a heart attack But alas our dear writers once again rose to the occasion giving us the kill we had been waiting for nearly all season And what a way to go First of all who would open a door to a cabin in the middle of nowhere with someone inside shouting Let me out Thank goodness Lilas as crazy as she is nay was Poor James I understand why he had to go the way he had to go but I am going to miss the big lug He wasnt such a bad guy However Im his soul mate were probably not the comforting words Doakes wanted to hear come of his potential rescuers mouth He should have known it was curtains for him at that point Lila was certainly in her element when Doakes told her that her beloved Dexter was the Butche
Michael C. Hall in Dexter by Peter Iovino/Showtime
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Question: You say you don't know what you think of Dexter possibly airing on CBS. I don't get Showtime and I've been looking forward to seeing Dexter on DVD (I haven't quite gotten to it on my rental queue). My opinion: There's no way I'm dropping it from my queue to watch a defanged version on CBS. Also, Leslie Moonves thinks Dexter "fits in" with CBS procedurals? Really? I haven't seen it, but that's not what I'd expect from the descriptions I've read. (And statements like that make me wonder if I should re-think my rental.) What do you think?
Answer: Stick to your guns. (Or in this case, your instruments of dismemberment.) Diluting some of Showtime's series as a strike-contingency stopgap for CBS is a desperation move, and it may work better for some shows than others. I'd still recommend watching the unaltered versions. While much of Dexter's violent content can probably be tweaked without losing most of its impact — the series implies gore more often than it actually revels in it —
Question: Will there be a third season of Dexter?
Answer: Yes, but the name of a series regular will be missing from the opening credits. And you'll find out which one when the second-season finale airs this Sunday.
I've got good news and bad news about the latest installment of my Ausiello Report vodcast, now available for your viewing pleasure via this handy link.Let's get the bad news out of the way first: After this week's episode, AR is going on a little end-of-year hiatus, with fresh episodes returning in early January.Now for the good news: Befitting a fall finale, we're going out with a bang. I did the math and this is, by far, our biggest, most scoop-filled show ever. In addition to details on how Grey's will resolve the Mer/Derek/Rose triangle, AR 1.41 contains major-ass intel on the upcoming series finale of The Shield, a looming cliff-hanger on Bones, and this Sunday's stunning Season 2 conclusion of Dexter. And I haven't even gotten to the most shocking thing about this week's show. To say more would ruin what could go down as the biggest watercooler moment of '07.Enjoy!
Elisabeth Waldo and Daniel Licht
It's wholly apropos that Dexter composer Daniel Licht chose pre-Columbian instruments — from both human and animal bones — to energize his evocative score. On Showtime's much-acclaimed series, Michael C. Hall plays Miami police forensic-scientist Dexter Morgan, who moonlights as a dismembering vigilante, satisfying serial-killer instincts and applying a strict moral code enforced by his late foster father. In Dexter's world, no one gets away with murder.
Licht sought out musical-archaeologist Elisabeth Waldo and was the first composer since legendary Maurice Jarre (Dr. Zhivago) allowed to play her pre-Columbian instruments. It's made from a human femur bone, "probably one that was sacrificed," Licht tells TV Guide, "then painted, with notches carved into it."
The composer describes the sound of
First of all 500 points to all the fish-head aficionados among you And 50 extra points to anyone who sang the song out loud when you read the words Secondly thanks to all of you eagle-eyed readers who caught my error when I inadvertently wrote that Dexter returned to the cabin to kill Doakes obviously more wishful thinking on my part I honestly dont know what Dex will do with Doakes but I will try to be more vigilant in my serial factsWith lines like Im the helpful handyman how evil can I possibly be this was one of the funniest Dexters yet Other good linesI always thought hardening arteries squeezed the life out of my father but it was meThats fine Tie me up put me in the trunk Lets goIve got a coworker in a cage things arent going so wellI really enjoyed our conversations James I lie to everyone I know except my victims right before I kill them Hard to establish much of a rapport there Sorry about the cageMas
Michael C. Hall, Dexter
In the first installment of our talk with Michael C. Hall, star of Showtime's hit Dexter (Sundays at 9 pm/ET), the actor told us about what makes the likeable serial killer tick. This time we hear about Dexter's closest allies and his biggest foe, his complicated relationship with his dead father, those evocative voiceovers, and what's up next for Hall.
TVGuide.com: Tell us about Dexter and his sister, Debra (played by Jennifer Carpenter). It seems like she's the most steady person in his life.Michael C. Hall: From the beginning, he says, "If I had feelings for anyone, it would be for Deb." She was there from the beginning for him. And while the door was maybe closed in her face or she stayed home, she was around for all of the years of mentoring or whatever you want to call it, whatever went on between Harry and Dexter. And in a
Question: Last week's Dexter compelled me to write to you. I am a huge fan of the show and think it's probably the most thrilling hour in my packed TV week. The writing is just extremely well done: The characters are written very precisely and imaginatively, the atmosphere is always very dense and gripping, and I especially like Dexter's voiceovers — which are never melodramatic and are so cynical, crude and sometimes even humorous that they either leave me grinning or shivering. They also provide insight into his sick mind. The excellent cast adds only to the brilliance of this show, especially Michael C. Hall's terrific portayal of Dexter. In the episode where he discovers his blood trophies are gone, his performance felt so real, it just blew me away. What are your thoughts on the second season? In my opinion, it can effortlessly stand up to the first and is even better in terms of suspense. Dexter's showdown with Doakes in the Everglades was so shockingly unexpected that I ...
Question: What's going to happen on Dexter? You never talk about this show — and there are only two episodes left! Come on, give me something!
Answer: Thanks to a little thing called a portable DVD player, I killed all 10 airborne hours flying to and from L.A. this weekend (fight on, Trojans!) watching the entire second season of Dexter — and that includes this Sunday's penultimate episode as well as the Dec. 16 season finale. And without giving too much away, I can tell you that A) the final two eps are bloody good, B) there are two major deaths — one of which shocked even me, and C) we'll see Dex do something he's never done before: tell someone he's close to that he's the Bay Harbor Butcher — five times, no less.