So either no-one has watched this week's episode or people are just not interested in talking about Dexter anymore...|
Anyway, I thought this week's episode was OK but it only really got interesting in the last ten minutes when a drunk Deb confessed to Quinn that she killed LaGuerta. Is it any wonder Quinn has never passed his sergeant exam if he cannot put one and one together and realise what it was she was telling him. I find it especially odd given the history Quinn had with Dexter in season 3.
I don't think Doctor Vogel is interested in helping Deb though, I think it is the opposite. I believe that her methods are not only unorthodox but likely trigger psychopathic tendencies in her patients and she wants to tip Deb over the edge now she's a loose cannon. Why I'm not sure. Maybe she thinks Dexter cannot be absolutely perfect until Deb is out of the picture as she seemed very interested in how Dexter felt about his sister. Or maybe she's setting Dexter up by having him investigate her former patients, knowing full well that Dexter wouldn't be able to resist dispatching the "naughty" ones. Whatever, I don't think she has Dexter's best interest heart and it is also clear from this episode that she is not the Brain Surgeon killer as why would she send herself a text notifying her of the parcels if there was no-one else with her?
I've read some rumours that Tom Matthews might be involved in covering for Dexter, that he is either protecting Dexter (seeing as he warned him LaGuerta was investigating Doakes' missing boat giving Dexter time to plant evidence for her to find) or that he called Doctor Vogel in when they suspected that Dexter might not be following the Code properly (since they would assume that he killed LaGuerta not Deb). He was a close friend of Harry so it's possible that he may know more than he lets on.
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