Dexter wakes up in his totaled car and quickly remembers: Benny Gomez. The guy he killed. The guy whose body parts he has not gotten rid of. The paramedics whisk him away against his will; but soon Dexter is out of the hospital (against the doctor's orders) and out looking for the body parts. They aren't in the car. They aren't at the crash site. He must have stashed them somewhere until he could find them later. Unfortunately, his lack of sleep has deprived him of a key memory. Where did he put the body parts? A vision of Harry tries to help him remember, but work pulls him away from his urgent search. The department is trying to catch the Vacation Killer, who has just struck a second time. Meanwhile, the Trinity Killer is still on the loose, and Lundy joins Debra as she interrogates her prime suspect. Written by
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When Dexter is driving in his car at around the 29 minute mark, he says that he 'has miles to go before he sleeps' in his head, which is a direct line from Robert Frost's 'Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening' See more
In the crime scene at the flat you can clearly see the "dead" body breathing. See more
Just had to find blood, didn't you?
It is my job.
And you've got a family to support; and people to dismember!
As Dexter finally has a chance to drive back to the boxing arena in search of his victim ('s parts), he thinks to himself "The boxing arena is at the next off ramp but I have miles to go before I sleep." A reference to the poem "Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert Frost. The poem reads, "The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep." See more
Written by Daniel Licht
Performed by Daniel Licht See more