Dexter. Disturbing television feed for the Junkie need
This is my favorite show nearly of all time….
Last scene of the last episode… I was wishing very hard for that but it still caught me unprepared….
Can’t wait for next season to start….
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I’ve actually just recently gotten into this show. Half-way through the first season, and its looking pretty good so far.
I’m like DAMN!!! Dexter is the man. I kinda thought the marriage and the baby would be jumping the shark, but maybe it’s too early to tell.
Dexter should deffiniely be required watching for everyone when Sigler takes over.
I think the master would approve of this show as our favorite
Dexter reminds me too much of Thomas Haden Church. Other than that it is an excellent show.
"Shakespeare said pretty well everything, and what he left out, James Joyce, with a little nudge from myself, put in." Brendan Behan
As with most of the stuff I watch, this was recommended by a friend. And when he showed me the Intro I was sold. I mean, who would have guessed that so many regular, menial tasks can be made to look so disturbing. This series is a work of art, no boubt adout it!
He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster…
when you gaze long into the abyss the abyss also gazes into you…
Arguably the best written show on television at the moment. That or MST3k re-runs.
alas and alack, I’d have to get the dvd’s… maybe netflix…
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I think Sigler must be a writer for the show, how else can the show be that fucking demented, in a good way.
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Agreed. I don’t have showtime, and after seeing these two episodes on CBS, I’m going out to rent Season 1. I can’t wait for next Sunday.
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I’ve been meaning to watch that show.
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These gathering hosts of loyal junkies, under the command of the great SCOTT
I love this story! I wait every week to find out who he offs next. Not nearly as disturbing as it sounds. I just wish it were REALLY that easy to clean up th planet a bit…
And Dexter is so fucking hot this season. Hooking up with his sponsor who it seems is even more fucked up than Dex? Um – hot! Kind of makes me want t go to meetings.. =)
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With the way the show’s going, they’ve really diverged. The book, IMHO, shows a darker, amoral character. TV Dexter seems to have more redeeming qualities.
Which kind of makes sense, TV generally makes you want to like the lead in a show.
You know, if you like Dexter, you’ll love DIARY OF A MADMAN
I was just watching Dexter last night, and the character Little Chino made me think of Magnus from Ancestor… Man that is a big guy! I saw some stats that listed him as 6′ 8″ and 315+ pounds.
So out of the lab and onto the streets as a blood thirsty killer! Is Dee Dee his murderous accomplice?
Dexter is teh awesome!!0101
And, totally hot as serial killers go.
I think this is one of the few times where I actually like the show/movie more than the books.
Basically if you enjoy rooting for the morally ambiguous than Dexter is right down your alley. This is about one of the only shows (minus Heroes) that I can stand to watch now-a-days with the whole endless sea of one tree hill type I think I’m going to puke shows on TV. And When you’re in college without a TV you have to choose your series wisely or pray your family has recorded it for you so you can marathon on Thanksgiving (while still getting in as much football as possible).
Dexter. It’s a show about your favourite serial killer, Dexter. He works as a blood spatter expert for the Miami Police Department and kills bad guys in his spare time. Yup, he only kills bad guys.
The main character is dark, the story is a bit on the spooky side.
If you enjoy the indeterminate nature of Siggie’s stories, you’ll like Dexter.
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