The suicide of a wealthy and powerful businesswoman leads Dexter to suspect that her psychologist may have killed her. But Dexter gets a surprise of his own when he pays a visit to the suspect, Dr. Emmett Meridian, which he forces Dexter to open up dark secrets from his past. Elsewhere, as Rita becomes more warmer to her ex-husband Paul, who claims to be a changed man, she wants to move onto intimacy with Dexter, who is afraid of consummating their romance. Meanwhile, Lt. Laguerta visits to Neil Perry makes her become more skeptical to his claims as the Ice Truck Killer. Also, Debra's romance with prosthetic specialist, Rudy, begins to heat up. Written by
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When LaGuerta talks to Perry, she suggests that he might have "immortality" if he becomes "the most heinous killer in Florida's history." Perry replies that if he's to be immortalized, he'd like to have a reporter to interview him for the front page. LaGuerta sternly says, "You're not allowed to talk to the press before the trial." She is referring to the legal rule of "sub judice," which means that a case which has been called to trial may not be discussed with the press. In the state of Florida, under the U.S. Constitution, that rule has been withheld sometimes; but, at any rate, Perry has only been arrested, not arraigned. It is possible that LaGuerta is holding a threat over him. See more
When Rudy reads Dexter's craigslist ad the e-mail to respond to is firstname.lastname@example.org, but he replies to email@example.com. See more
The three suicide sisters shared the same therapist. Dr. Emmett Meridian. He must be terrible at his job.
Written by Daniel Licht
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