Sunshine and Frosty Swirl deliverers greatness, in an episode with no plot holes, inconsistencies or bad monologues. Written By Manny Coto and Directed by Steve Shill; they create a florid episode, matched with brilliant cinematography.
One thing that I am serious about in the episode is it's perfection. Perfect cinematography, great writing and direction as well as fantastic editing. I loved how they were able to mix great sound tracks from the first and second season of Dexter, making it feel very original and also making it feel as if the show has gone back to it's extenuating roots.
The episode begins exactly where the Premiere ends, and doesn't fail to deliver; as Dexter gives up everything on his past victims and nearly contemplates him being the Bay Harbour Butcher. Through all this James Doake's is once again mentioned which is great for fans and is a fantastic plot line. Though what really had me going this episode was Louis; We learn't a lot more about his personality and his motives.
Ray Stevenson's character Isaak, is introduced and we find out as the audience that he is much more that just a rich man, he is a ruthless and capable of murder. As we find out more about him with divulge into his background and the Mob.
Overall, this episode in my opinion took crown over the Premiere; thanks to it's brilliant dialogue and it's perfect writing and directing.
I am happy to give this episode of Dexter a 10/10. This season so far is shaping up to be one of the best yet.