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Dr. Evelyn Vogel (Character)
from "Dexter" (2006)

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Dexter: Season 7: Episode 12 -- As LaGuerta closes in on Dexter's secret, Dexter struggles to protect himself, Debra, and the life he's built, in this disturbing season finale.

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Vogel is a neuropsychiatrist and author who specializes in profiles of psychopaths... See more »


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  1. "Dexter"
        - Goodbye Miami (2013) TV episode, Played by Charlotte Rampling
        - Make Your Own Kind of Music (2013) TV episode, Played by Charlotte Rampling
        - Are We There Yet? (2013) TV episode, Played by Charlotte Rampling
        - Dress Code (2013) TV episode, Played by Charlotte Rampling
        - A Little Reflection (2013) TV episode, Played by Charlotte Rampling
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From "Dexter: Scar Tissue (#8.4)" (2013)
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: No wonder you feel so lost. Debra became a mirror, reflecting a positive image of yourself that you used to balance out with the notion of yourself as a monster. Now that mirror is cracked, and the only reflection you see is one of darkness.
Dexter Morgan: You make it sound like that part of me isn't real.
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: You are no monster. You never have been.
Dexter Morgan: Anyone on my table would disagree.
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: Dexter, a monster, by definition, is outside of nature. But you're a part of the natural order of things, with purpose, and value. A right to exist. And when you come to accept that, you'll no longer be dependent on Debra, or anyone's, validation.
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