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Do You See What I See? 

At Deb's request, Batista locates Arlene Schramm, the witness who saw Hannah McKay kill a counselor in a halfway house. When Deb blacks out and has a car accident, she thinks she knows who ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Capt. Maria LaGuerta (as Lauren Velez)
Harry Morgan (credit only)
Arlene Schram (as Nicole Laliberte)
Evan George Kruntchev ...
Luke Andrew Kruntchev ...
Rubio (as Jaime P. Gomez)


At Deb's request, Batista locates Arlene Schramm, the witness who saw Hannah McKay kill a counselor in a halfway house. When Deb blacks out and has a car accident, she thinks she knows who might have been responsible. Dexter learns that the last of the men who killed his mother, Hector Estrada, is up for parole but has no objection as he has his own plans for the killer. Matthews has a chat with Dexter and tells him of Captain LaGuerta's theory about him being the Bay Harbor Butcher. Dexter is quick on his feet and Matthews believes him when he denies it all. When Estrada tell him that that a female cop pulled strings to get him his parole, Dexter quickly realizes LaGuerta has set him up. Quinn learns that Nadia has skipped town. Written by garykmcd

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9 December 2012 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Debra Morgan drives an E46 BMW convertible. The crashed car that we can see later is an E36 BMW, the predecessor of an E46. See more »


[first lines]
Dexter Morgan: [narrating] I've never thought about the future. About growing old. Maybe because the future has never been kind to people like me. Or their loved ones.
17 Year Old Harrison: [walking to his car] Bye, dad.
Dexter Morgan: Bye, Harrison...
Dexter Morgan: [narrating] But suddenly my future seems very possible. And growing old is not only a possibility. It seems appealing.
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References A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) See more »


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No Future
29 July 2014 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

It is near Christmas and Dexter starts to think about the future with Hannah, growing old with her. Then he learns that the last killer of his mother, Hector Estrada, will be put on parole. Angel finds Arlene Schramm and she decides to press her to testify against Hannah. Dexter meets Matthew and he discloses to Dexter that LaGuerta believes that he is the Bay Harbor Butcher. Arlene meets Hannah and tells that Debra is decided to take her children from her if she does not go to the court against her friend. Hannah meets Debra and proposes peace between them but Debra tells that she will put Hannah behind bars. Dexter plants evidences against Doakes and Matthew is convinced of his innocence. Then he meets Estrada posing of drug dealer with the intention of killing him. Debra faints and has a car accident and she believes that Hannah has poisoned her. Dexter finds a bottle of water in Debra's car and sends it to be analyzed in the laboratory. Dexter meets Hannah and despite their love for each other, they break up. Dexter prepares a killing room inside a container at the harbor and when he is ready to kill Estrada, he learns that LaGuerta was the responsible for his parole. Dexter understands that he was set up by LaGuerta. He also discovers that Hannah has poisoned Debra and later he delivers to Debra the evidence she needs to arrest Hannah.

"Do You See What I See?" is the best episode of this great Season. Dexter was set up by LaGuerta and now it will be difficult to hide his secret. The relationship between Hannah and Dexter was interesting but unfortunately it will end. My vote is ten.

Title (Brazil): "Você Vê o Que Eu Vejo?" ("Do You See What I See?")

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