Dexter is facing some marriage and parenting challenges. Rita is smothering him somewhat after the accident and is not allowing him to drive, as per the doctor's orders. Step-daughter Astor is growing up and everything Dexter does seems to be the wrong thing. The neighborhood watch committee goes into action when someone vandalizes property. Dexter soon has a bead on the likely culprit and decides to put his own skills to work. The Trinity Killer strikes again but Debra and ex-Agent Lundy are the only ones who seem to think the death is part of the serial killer's work. Spending a lot of time with Lundy may not be good for her relationship Anton, however. Still worried about what Dexter saw, Joey Quinn continues to try and make nice. He's also still feeding information to the journalist he's sleeping with.
Did You Know?
The title of this episode refers to the hit song "Blinded by the Light" written and originally recorded by Bruce Springsteen and later covered by Manfred Mann's Earth Band. See more
When Debra and Agent Lundy are sitting in the bar, Debra receives a text message from Anton. Upon typing a message back to him that reads "Looks like it", her thumbs are no where near the letters she is typing in the message. See more
The backyard barbeque. It's a hold over from the last ice age when food was scarce, and men had to work together to take down such a large beast. Those who worked well with others survived. And their genes have been passed down through the centuries until they landed here, in this, my community.
Written by Luis Alberto Posada
Performed by Luis Alberto Posada See more