Just as Dexter is about to set off find Jordan Chase, his entire family arrives having decided to travel down from Orlando to celebrate Harrison's birthday in Miami. Cody and Astor have something special to ask him. Having managed to extricate himself from any family obligations from the day, he arrives at the station to learn that Liddy's body has been found and the entire squad is assigned to working on the case. Things quickly deteriorate for Joey Quinn who is taken into custody after they find Liddy's phone and see that Quinn was frequently called on the day he died. Jordan Chase has not yet killed Lumen as he wants to trap Dexter as well and eliminate both of them. Dexter manages to trace Chase to his lair leading to the inevitable confrontation. In the end Dexter, Lumen and Debra will all have choices to make and not everyone will be happy or content with the choices they make.
Did You Know?
On the refrigerator there is a restaurant's menu - "Killer Menu" -and a picture of Harrison's hand print in red (blood). See more
While Dexter and Debra are in the briefing room talking, Deb says "I know what it's like to be taken" (referring to Dexter's brother who took her, The Ice Truck Killer) and immediately after Dexter has one his asides and says "she can't even say his name, Rudy, my brother" when in fact it was revealed that his name was Brian Moser, not Rudy. - While Dexter's brother's name is in fact Brian (Moser), he and everybody else mostly knew him as Rudy Cooper. So that name would be first on their minds. See more
Where is she? Your tenant. Who was staying at the house.
I'm sorry. Did you do it? What you wanted to do? You said she needed your help. Did you help her?
Yeah. I think I did.
And did it work? Did it make you feel better? About what happened to mom?
You can't do one thing to make up for another. That's what Jordan Chase says. But he's wrong, because we do that all the time. That *is* the way the world works. We try to make things right. Even me.
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Written by Rolfe Kent
Performed by Rolfe Kent See more