Dexter Episode Guides
Living The Dream
Dexter has to fit the newborn baby, Harrison, into his complex life. An old serial killer returns to Miami, and Frank Lundy returns to close the case.
Dexter finally gets Arthur on his table, but Arthur has the last word when Dexter arrives home and finds Rita dead in the bathtub and baby Harrison sitting in a pool of her blood, just the way Dexter was sitting when Harry first found him.
Remains To Be Seen
After falling asleep at the wheel and crashing his minivan, Dexter retraces his steps to find the body he misplaced.
If I Had A Hammer
Dexter works to stay ahead of the Trinity investigation by making friends with the serial killer.
Hello, Dexter Morgan
Dexter frames someone else for Trinity's crimes to throw the police off Arthur's trail, hopefully giving him enough time to confront Arthur personally. But instead, Arthur shows up at the police station and confronts Dexter.
Dex Takes A Holiday
With Rita and the children out of town, Dexter gets time to himself.
When Dexter sees Arthur kidnap a 10-year-old boy, he realizes the cycle is actually four victims, not three. Dexter saves the boy before Arthur can kill him, but Arthur escapes.
Deb blames herself for Lundy's death. Dexter tracks the Trinity killer to his home and is shocked to discover that he's a family man with a wife and kids. Rita realizes how little she knows about her husband.
Dexter tries to find activities to keep the kid busy so he has more time for his secret life. Dexter kills a photographer suspected of killing models, but when another man is arrested for the crimes, Dexter learns that he's killed an innocent man.
Blinded By The Light
Vigilant neighbors, an inability to drive and a fascination with Trinity's technique interrupt Dexter's routines.
Dexter goes to Thanksgiving dinner at Arthur/Trinity's house and ends up threatening him with a carving knife.
Dexter questions his father's code and seeks answers on a road trip with Arthur (the Trinity killer). Debra discovers she's been blinded to the truth.
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