After learning that he was filmed while cleaning his boat at the marina, Dexter becomes desperate and tries to delete the videofile, which he eventually manages to do before computer upgrades enable its viewing by his colleagues. A mock killer mimics, and claims to be inspired by, the Bay Harbor Butcher, and unless the police find him, the FBI may take over the case completely. Following a conversation with Debra, Doakes becomes suspicious that Dexter isn't an addict like he previously thought, and becomes more determined to find out his secret. After learning about his mother's secret relationship with his foster father, Dexter questions Harry's motives about his own adoption. At Rita's mother suggestion, Dexter brings Lila to dinner, and when Rita finds out that Lila accompanied Dexter on his road trip, Rita breaks up with him. Dexter and Lila leave together and have sex later.
Did You Know?
Gail is eating Product 19. The cereal was introduced by Kellogg's in 1967. After a steady decline in sales, it started to disappear off the shelves, despite campaigns on social media, it was officially discontinued in 2016. See more
Dexter pulls the fire alarm switch down and then pushes it back up again. After deploying the fire alarm switches can only be returned into the armed position by a special key. See more
[laying a hand on Dexter's shoulder; referring to the Bay Harbor Butcher
We've never been this close to this pendejo.
Closer than you think, amigo.
References Sex, Lies, and Videotape
Dexter Main Title
Written by Rolfe Kent
Performed by Rolfe Kent See more