Dexter lines up his next victim, Brother Sam a criminal who claims to have found religion and while still running his body repair shop, gives other ex-cons a chance at rehabilitation. Dexter isn't buying any of it and is certain that Sam will be his worthy next victim. Doesn't quite turn out that way. The investigation into the dead man with the snakes put into his torso advances when one of the students finds heavy metals in their system. The two men responsible for that killing continue their preparations. Deb meanwhile has a day to remember. Still getting praise from her colleagues over the restaurant shooting, Quinn has a surprise waiting for her in the refrigerator. It's left to Deputy Chief Tom Matthews to spring the biggest surprise of all however.
Did You Know?
Yasiin Bey, formerly known as 'Mos Def' is a hip-hop/rap artist, and has appeared in several films and TV shows. See more
In the stand-off between Brother Sam, Dexter and Julio, the gun pointed at Brother Sam switches from his head and his chest in different angles. See more
Until a few days ago I was convinced there was nothing I believed in. But I was wrong. There *is* something I truly believe. Everything's better after a bubble bath.
[sudsing Harrison in the tub
Rituals are important. Not just for a serial killer, but also for a 2-year-old - if you want him to go to bed on time. Not that I mind. This ritual has become my favorite bedtime. Alone with my son, being myself.
Written by Mark Edward Smith
and Ramon Stagnaro
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