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Wolf on Sheep's Clothing
Claudio Carvalho from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
14 August 2011
Dexter investigates Trinity and learns that he is the professor and
family man Arthur Mitchell, married with two children. Dexter is
intrigued with the real affection of Trinity for his family and decides
to get closer to the serial-killer. He goes to the Sacred Fellowship
that helps people and he introduces himself as Kyle Butler. Meanwhile,
Rita forces Dexter to go with her to a marriage therapist expecting to
resolve her issues with Dexter. Debra believes that Nikki Wald had
killed Lundy and she is intended to commit perjury against the junkie.
Maria and Angel regret the disclosure to Deputy Chief Tom Matthews
about their relationship and they deliver affidavit that they are not
dating each other.
"If I Had a Hammer" is a "stalled" episode of Dexter. Rita is annoying
and now she decides to go to a marriage therapist. I do not know how
often this procedure happens in the American society but from an
outsider, this decision is quite ridiculous. Dexter studies Trinity but
does not kill him, otherwise the season would have to come to an end.
Why does he need to be intrigued with the affection of the
serial-killer for his family seems to be only to buy time and extend
the season for six more shows. My vote is seven.
Title (Brazil): "Se Eu Tivesse um Martelo" ("If I Had a Hammer")
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