No, I was not in costume tonight having a viewing party like many Dexperts did. I’m saving my costume for friend Adrianne Maloof’s swanky Beverly Hills party tomorrow night here in Beverly Hills, where the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” will be in full force, including the Wicked Witch of the West! We all know who she is! But tonight’s exciting episode of “Dexter” titled “The Angel of Death” was breathtaking, brilliantly written, produced directed and the acting was sublime. Michael C. Hall is ready for his next Emmy Award, and he shall receive it!
This week Deb continued her descent into the doldrums of becoming a lieutenant for the Miami Police Dept. However, one of her male co-workers seems to be giving her great advice, even helped her find a place to live. Just a great place on the beach overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The problem? Well, for homicide detective Deb, it’s the scene of a murder suicide. We all know cleaning up the place is just the beginning!!
Dexter started hunting Travis and Professor Gellar, and managed to convince himself that they are the Doomsday killers. But Dexter’s decision to capture Travis changed when he forced him into confessing that he was following Professor Geller, who is actually not only the mastermind but the murderer of these innocent women and men. Travis went hunting alone, but his first capture, a drunken woman outside a club on the marina didn’t go as planned. Lucky for the woman, some people who passed by heard her screams and chased off Travis before he could kidnap her and deliver her to the evil leader, the (Professor).
Gellar’s not without his allies. A former co-worker with Tallahassee’s University of Florida was adamantly defending her professor friend, then bedded a horny Quinn, whose spiraling out of control ever since Deb turned his proposal of marriage down. These two are separately on a collision course with disaster. While Angel’s investigation of the Doomsday killer is getting him closer to the evil professor, Dexter is at least two steps ahead of his co-workers and he’s determined to put Professor Gellar on his “kill table.”
Tonight’s episode was riveting. Bobby in Alabama thought the same. “Things are just beginning to come together this season. Deb has a new beach front apartment. It seems the Doomsday Killer is on the verge of being (outed) by almost everyone. Brother Sam and Dexter bonded even further, and then the last scene leaves us hanging like never before. Could this be the end of Dexter’s new and only friend? Next Sunday can’t get here fast enough,” exclaimed Dexpert Bobby. Megan Aguilar said it best, “I literally screamed when Brother Sam was shot! Good episode!”
Yes, the last scene of Brother Sam being shot in his garage late at night is about the most shocking ending we’ve seen thus far. However, you can find out for yourself, be sure to tune in next week to “Dexter.”
“Dexter airs on Sunday night at 9 p.m. only on Showtime.
Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
Photograph is Courtesy: Showtime Productions