DEXTER

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  1. loopy reed

    loopy reed Friend of Leo's

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    I can NOT wait for tghe 5th season to start. Anybody know when that will be?

    Anybody else crazy about this show, or am I the only one?
     
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    I like it. Finale of the last season was LAME.
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    ...or so I hear
     
  3. loopy reed

    loopy reed Friend of Leo's

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    Noooooooooo way...it was so good! I actually yelled "NOOOOOO" when the show ended...I was completely sucked in to the episode. Very few TV shows "get" me like that.
     
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    Yep, Love it. I think it starts again in September 2010.
     
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    Stuco Poster Extraordinaire

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    Good show, I don't get whatever channel it comes on but I watch it on netflix when they have available to watch instantly. I have a lot of catching up to do.
     
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    Any else feel when they are watching Dexter that they are watching a poor american rip off of Death Note?
     
  7. loopy reed

    loopy reed Friend of Leo's

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    'Fraid I don't get the reference...
     
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    Yes. I've only recently become a fan. Its a pretty cool show
     
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    Dexter is reason enough to drop 9 bucks a month on Netflix, where you can stream Dexter to your TV. It's creepy as hell and I love it...therefore I am creepy as hell?
     
  10. loopy reed

    loopy reed Friend of Leo's

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    Just as long as you aren't getting any ideas when you watch Dexter, you should be ok.
     
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    Skully Doctor of Teleocity

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    My wife and I love the show. It typically premieres at the end of September.

    Star Michael C. Hall is battling Hodgkin's lymphoma. It was said to be in remission last month, but that was immediately after he appeared at the Golden Globes wearing a knitted cap to cover his chemo-ravaged scalp, so I don't know if I trust that announcement. Maybe someone here with some experience with the disease can provide us with some insight. Hopefully, everything will turn out okay.
     
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    I am addicted to this show.
     
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    Fantastic show.

    It has such potential to be complete crap but the writing (and most of the) and acting is good, good stories. Makes you feel guilty for rooting for a serial killer. I dig.
     
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    I think Dexter knew Rita was toast. His Dad kept hinting about him being better of alone and I think the writers might be hinting that he kind of let it happen.

    My take on next season: Dexter goes nuts...
     
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    The Jimmy Smits season was the best!
     
  16. loopy reed

    loopy reed Friend of Leo's

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    I have to disagree...to spare the others that haven't made it this far in the show, I'll try not to give too much away, but I do think Dexter was at least considering a life without Rita...maybe not the way it happened though. Having said that, I still think "Dexter goes nuts" or rather "more nuts" is a good prediction.

    I love that it took four seasons of brilliant writing to come full-circle though, and again, I really can't say much more about it without giving too much away.

    I still don't miss Dokes. Least favorite TV character ever.
     
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    No way! Last season's finale was excellent! Can't wait for the next season, Dexter rocks!!
     
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    Wow I didn't know that. :( I saw an interview with him and Lithgow and his hair was super short, I assumed he was just wearing it that way.
     
  19. Big Tony

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    It's a great show. We've had two seasons (I think) on Swedish TV so far. I'm jonesing for the next one.
    Michael C. Hall is great, and I loved his character in Six Feet Under, too.

    Pleeease, give us another season, soon!

    / Tony
     
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