Dexter looks into Travis' background and learns that he has no criminal history, not even a traffic violation. Travis is also an expert in old documents and was once James Gellar's student. Batista and Quinn travel to Tallahassee to see what they can learn about Geller. Batista finds something interesting while Quinn gets to strike off an item on his bucket list. A murder suicide results in Deb getting a new place to live. Brother Sam spends an evening at Dexter's apartment but has a surprise waiting for him when he returns to his shop. Travis and Gellar kidnap their next victim.
Did You Know?
There is No photo of young Einstein on the murder-board. It's not a photo of young Einstein, it's a photo of young Edward James Olmos (Prof. Gellar). See more
Near the middle, when Dexter searches Travis's house, he looks for the Appocalypse book on the shelf. The book is initially lying with a blue-spined book. Later Dexter is shown to be picking up the book and the blue spine is far away. He places the book adjacent to the blue spined book where there was no space earlier. See more
During the Middle Ages it was believed that the outcome of nearly all earthly events was decided by angels; either light or dark. I'm quite certain that face I saw in the crowd was of the dark variety.
References The Good Guys
Written by Daniel Licht
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