Dexter (2006–2013)
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Remember the Monsters? 

Realizing everything he has done causes Dexter to make a drastic decision.

Director:

Steve Shill

Writers:

James Manos Jr. (developed for television by), Jeff Lindsay (based on the novel "Darkly Dreaming Dexter" by) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael C. Hall ... Dexter Morgan
Jennifer Carpenter ... Debra Morgan
Desmond Harrington ... Det. Joseph 'Joey' Quinn
C.S. Lee ... Vince Masuka
David Zayas ... Lt. Angel Batista
Aimee Garcia ... Jamie Batista
Geoff Pierson ... Deputy Chief Tom Matthews
James Remar ... Harry Morgan (credit only)
Yvonne Strahovski ... Hannah McKay
Sean Patrick Flanery ... Jacob Elway
Amy Pietz ... Dr. Cooper
Eric Ladin ... Dr. Turner
Darri Ingolfsson ... Oliver Saxon
Jadon Wells ... Harrison Morgan
Marc Gomes ... Dr. Willis
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Storyline

Dexter has to act quickly when Hannah tells him Elway is staking out the airport. He finds a way to get him out of the way but it also leads to the entire airport being closed. With a hurricane bearing down on Miami, few options are open to them. Dexter races to the hospital when he learns that Deb has been shot. She seems to be recovering and he decides to send Hannah and Harrison to Jacksonville where they could catch a flight. A return trip to the hospital leads to Saxon's arrest but also bad news about Deb. Realizing that he has, directly or indirectly, been responsible for the death of everyone he's ever loved, Dexter accepts there is only one option open to him. Written by garykmcd

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 September 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Quotes

[first lines]
Harrison Morgan: Are we almost there?
Dexter Morgan: It's, uh, Gate 209. Just a couple more.
Harrison Morgan: I want some Oreos.
Dexter Morgan: There'll be food on the plane. Come on, you promised to help me count.
Harrison Morgan: Two hundred and ten...
Dexter Morgan: There you go.
Dexter Morgan: [narrating] I always thought that if I ever left Miami, I'd be running for my life. Not running towards a new one.
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Written by Daniel Licht
Performed by Daniel Licht
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Disappointing Moralist Conclusion
9 August 2014 | by claudio_carvalhoSee all my reviews

Dexter goes to the airport with Harrison to meet Hannah and she tells that Elway is stalking her at the lobby. Dexter uses the airport security system to get rid of Elway but the airport is closed. Matthews calls Dexter and tells that Debra has been shot by Saxon and he heads to the hospital with Harrison; the doctor tells that she is recovering well. The hurricane Laura is coming to Miami and Dexter decides to travel to Jacksonville with Hannah and Harrison using an evacuation bus, but he decides to visit Debra again. Dexter sees Saxon but Angel arrests him but he learns that Debra will stay in coma for the rest of her life. Dexter finds a way to eliminate Saxon in his cell in Miami Metro but feels responsible for the death of everyone he has loved and takes an ultimate decision.

The last episode of Dexter could not be more disappointing with a moralist conclusion. Debra has killed LaGuerta so the writers decide to kill her also. Dexter feels responsible for the death of those that he has ever loved and prefers to leave Harrison alone with an unstable serial-killer in a different country and to commit suicide. The worst, her reappears alive in another American state without any explanation. I could not even imagine a worse and more incoherent conclusion for this excellent series. My vote is four.

Title (Brazil): "Lembra-se dos Monstros?" ("Remember the Monsters?")


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