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post #91 of 386
Maybe the next season will be about Deb and Dexter's relationship. I agree they seem to be building more on that lately. Tonight is the finale right!!!!!!!!!!!!!! FUCK!!!!!!! DEXTER owns!
post #92 of 386
Deb is dumb as shit lol. She's not going to figure uot anything
post #93 of 386
I haven't watched past the second or third episode this season..............I wish Deb would die.
post #94 of 386
O my god that was gay.
post #95 of 386
I'm a bit surprised by this finale. Dexter talked Ramon Prado down right after he put a gun in his face? If Miguel told Ramon to protect him from Dexter, and then Miguel ends up dead a couple days later, isn't that hard to look past?

Also, the skinner confrontation was a let down.
post #96 of 386
pretty anti-climactic ending....sorta lacked oomph that I thought there'd be more of


I was surprised that the Skinner and Prado never got linked, but I guess the writers wanted Prado to "live on in memory" as a hero (except to Dex and LaGuerta). And when they do an autopsy of the Skinner wouldnt they find out his neck was snapped pre-collision? oh well, I was satisfied if not a bit let down.
post #97 of 386
really anti-climatic and lackluster.
post #98 of 386
That was a pretty horrible ending considering the fact that in the previous seasons I had to pause several times just to prevent having a stroke from all the stress. Dexter is obviously very good at getting out of situations but that was a little too easy... finishing off the super dooper Contra guy with a rear naked choke. It was way too tidy. It's like the writers thought they have 13 episodes but were informed of only having 12 and were like aww fuck.

He talks down a complete and utter psycho with emotional bullshit that in other episodes (the rest of the series actually), he could never, ever say, then dispatches of the skinner that easily? It's all too tidy. I thought the whole Miguel Prado thing was going to lead to some serious shit, but none of this came close to the end of last season.
post #99 of 386
I thought the ending was looking good. Dexter would get caught with the skinner dead. No big deal, Skinner went after Miguel, Dexter was a friend.

It would have been better if there was a reason the Skinner, Miguel, and Freebo, and the brother were tied together. It still seems like the Skinner came out of nowhere for no reason.

Kunk. I have not found what I would call good boards but you can read a bit at

http://dexterwiki.sho.com/thread?t=anon and
http://www.tv.com/dexter/show/62683/forums.html

I do not read anything on the boards other than the episode debriefs and speculation. Which is nice, because you see meaning in many more things than you would by yourself. But, be careful, as I said, it is easy to slip across a spoiler and some of the guys do not consider the book material spoilers at all, so will through it out there.
post #100 of 386
Yeah, quite disappointing. I agree with SField. It seems like they were aiming for 13, but was cut off at 12. Wish they tied the Miguel, Freebo, Skinner and Oscar together.
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And when they do an autopsy of the Skinner wouldnt they find out his neck was snapped pre-collision?
It's Miami, they wouldn't ask for an autopsy. Most places probably wouldn't request an autopsy. Even then, again it's Miami. I don't think they have great pathologists or forensic anthropologist. I certainly wouldn't expect Vince to be able to figure it out. In terms of actual evidence, I'm not in either professions, I think they wouldn't necessarily have evidence to difinitively conclude that the neck was snapped pre-collision, but I think they could suspect it. There wouldn't be any clear evidence like rigor mortis, steroid build up at the injury or signs of decomposition. However, bruises could surface postmortem providing a timeframe. This could indicate that someone else was supposed to be there but wasn't. And if they used uv light with a wavelength under 400 nm, they would find other bruises going across his neck and chest. Worst that would happen is they open an investigation. But Dexter took evidence that would link him - rope and knife. And during the fight he made sure his blood didn't get on anything. Although I suppose someone could get curious about his little trip down the stairs...
post #101 of 386
Am I missing the significance of the blood dripping on the dress at the end? It can't be the Skinner's blood. Maybe it's just foreshadowing that Dexter's gonna kill again in the future?
post #102 of 386
^i think the point was there is always blood involved in dex's life, no matter how calm/good things are going.
post #103 of 386
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post
Am I missing the significance of the blood dripping on the dress at the end? It can't be the Skinner's blood. Maybe it's just foreshadowing that Dexter's gonna kill again in the future?

To me it said that the each have their own secrets (hers being a previous marriage, his being murder). This sort of wrapped up that story line about her first marriage. It also foreshadows the killing yet to come.
post #104 of 386
Talk about a boring ending. They completely blew it...SMH
post #105 of 386
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Originally Posted by HEWSINATOR View Post
It would have been better if there was a reason the Skinner, Miguel, and Freebo, and the brother were tied together. It still seems like the Skinner came out of nowhere for no reason.

This is my only real gripe with the finale. But either way, I thought it was a pretty solid ending. I mean, Season 2 had him go all the way to London to kill Layla. Now that was stretching it quite a bit. Seems like the norm for Dexter finales (season 1 not included).
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