Dexter (2006–2013)
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A Little Reflection 

Dexter is convinced that Zack Hamilton killed Norma Rivera but has no proof and takes to following him whenever he can. He's more than a bit surprised to follow him to Dr. Vogel's office. ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Harry Morgan (credit only)
Niki Walters (as Dora Madison Burge)
Ed Hamilton


Dexter is convinced that Zack Hamilton killed Norma Rivera but has no proof and takes to following him whenever he can. He's more than a bit surprised to follow him to Dr. Vogel's office. She admits that Zach is a new patient but refuses to talk about his case. Batista is under pressure from Deputy Chief Tom Matthews to make a decision on who to promote to sergeant. When Quinn learns he didn't get the job, he redoubles his effort to solve the Rivera murder. With Dexter tagging along, it becomes obvious - to Dexter at least - that Zack is stalking his next victim, Sofia Fuentes a waitress at a yacht club owned by the Hamilton family. Deb's boss wants to get evidence that his sister's boyfriend is a skirt-chaser who sees other women. Deb agrees to try and lure him into a compromising situation. Dexter goes out on a date with his new neighbor Cassie. Masuka learns that his newfound daughter may have serious financial problems. Dexter gets a surprise visitor. Written by garykmcd

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4 August 2013 (USA)  »

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[first lines]
Dexter Morgan: [narrating] Accidents happen, shattering our sense of control, if not our lives. It's no accident that Zach Hamilton is here. He's drawn to blood, like me.
[watching Zach photograph accident scene]
Dexter Morgan: Did he kill Norma Rivera? After a week of vetting him, I haven't been able to find definitive proof. But I'm sure, if I keep following him, the truth will become clear. Or it could get murkier.
[Vogel greets Zach at her front door]
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Written by Rolfe Kent
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Out-Pour of Acolades for Charlotte Rampling
1 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Finally, US film and TV viewers have learned Charlotte Rampling is a major acting force with whom to be reckoned. Known by European viewers of major classic films (such as "Night Porter" and "'Tis a Pity She's a Whore") as "The Legend," Rampling has now achieved the a new line: "The Look." Charlotte Rampling's significant contributions as Dr. Vogel in the final season of Dexter are the most memorable performances in a TV series I've ever watched. She is a presence whether actually performing in a scene or not! Whomever thought to bring Rampling into Dexter's cast as such a major character is certainly due ample credit. However, Rampling herself with that "Look" she can flash, with awesome eyes that seem to penetrate people's minds while expressing so much by doing so little, is turning in one heck of an award-winning season of brilliant performances.

Having long viewed and collected Charlotte Rampling's corpus of films, many of which have yet to be dubbed in English, I've been aware of how her popularity began to shift from Europe to the US. If you haven't ever seen her earliest films, know this: your missing performances by one of the most talented, highly skilled and exceedingly beautiful actors of all time.

Charlotte Rampling is the real thing: a classic, already. Her many choice films are destined to either remain or become classics, as well. It so happens that her acting career seems to be hotter now than ever, interestingly.

This is a phenomenon I've noticed since Bette Davis took internatio0nal film viewers by storm, not during her earliest years but much more-so in her later ones. Now this has become a pattern with the likes of Dames Judi Dench & Maggie Smith, Lauren Bacall, Shirley MacLaine, Helen Mirren, Jane Fonda, Sigourney Weaver, Meryl Streep, and oh so clearly, Vanessa Redgrave! (And I've probably missed several more).

Charlotte Rampling has recently, within that past 10 years, surged to the top ten of that list of actors whose careers, hence, performances, are knock-outs beyond age 55 and while approaching 70yo. After Dexter, I think it's apropos to consider anointing Rampling with yet another line: "The Rage," as in all the rage, because she's very clearly taking both the silver screen and TV screen with tour de force performances.

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