Dexter 8 Seasons 2007

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Season 2
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A new copycat killer openly mimics and claims to be inspired by the Bay Harbor Butcher, driving the annoyed Dexter into the arms of Lila, a development that could spell the end of his relationship with Rita.

Runtime:
54 minutes
Original air date:
November 4, 2007

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Dex, Lies and Videotape

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Season 2
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    1. It's Alive Dexter finds himself unable to kill again after the harrowing conclusion to the Ice Truck Killer case, and strays from his personal code with disastrous results; Debra returns to work but may not be ready.

    TV-MA 54min September 30, 2007
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    2. Waiting to Exhale Dexter remains on the trail of a dangerous new victim, while the traumatized Debra loses control on the job; A high-profile FBI agent arrives in Miami to investigate a newly discovered serial killer.

    TV-MA 56min October 7, 2007
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    3. An Inconvenient Lie Dexter's inability to deceive has him pursuing a slick liar as his next victim, while Rita believes he's concealing a drug problem and forces him into a 12-step program where he meets Lila, a seductive woman.

    TV-MA 53min October 14, 2007
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    4. See-Through Rita finds herself threatened by Dexter's sexy new NA sponsor Lila, and stressed by a visit from her estranged mother, while Dexter tries to throw the dogged FBI Agent Lundy off his bloody trail.

    TV-MA 54min October 21, 2007
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    5. The Dark Defender Dexter discovers that the man is still alive who murdered his mother in front of him as a boy, and confronts the killer as part of his recovery from addiction - but he also discovers that old impulses die hard.

    TV-MA 57min October 28, 2007
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    6. Dex, Lies and Videotape A new copycat killer openly mimics and claims to be inspired by the Bay Harbor Butcher, driving the annoyed Dexter into the arms of Lila, a development that could spell the end of his relationship with Rita.

    TV-MA 54min November 4, 2007
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    7. That Night, A Forest Grew A written manifesto from the Bay Harbor Butcher sends the task force in charge of capturing him into chaos, which is part of Dexter's plan for keeping Lundy off his trail.

    TV-MA 56min November 11, 2007
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    8. Morning Comes Dexter decides that Lila is becoming too attached, decides recovery isn't working for him, and pays another visit to his mother's killer; Debra and Lundy find a clue that points to the Bay Harbor Butcher being right under their noses.

    TV-MA 50min November 18, 2007
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    9. Resistance is Futile Dexter tries to distance himself from Lila, but discovers she is unwilling to let go of their relationship; Lundy's manhunt makes Dexter nervous as he tries to stay one step ahead - but it's Dexter's worst enemy that learns his secret.

    TV-MA 51min November 25, 2007
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    10. There's Something About Harry Dexter's world comes crumbling down when Doakes tracks him to the scene of his latest kill and reveals a devastating secret about Harry; the Miami Metro PD closes in on the Bay Harbor Butcher.

    TV-MA 56min December 2, 2007
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    11. Left Turn Ahead Dexter dodges bullets both figurative and real as he is forced to decide the fates of those he cares about most; Lila attempts to blackmail Dexter and makes a startling discovery.

    TV-MA 52min December 9, 2007
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    12. The British Invasion Lundy and the FBI finally settle the case of the Bay Harbor Butcher, but the heat's not entirely off Dexter as his world literally becomes an inferno. Can he rise from the ashes once again?

    TV-MA 52min December 16, 2007

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Genres Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Director Nick Gomez
Supporting actors Jennifer Carpenter, Erik King, C.S. Lee, Lauren Vélez, David Zayas, James Remar, JoBeth Williams, Silas Weir Mitchell, Salvator Xuereb, Jaime Murray, Keith Carradine, Christina Robinson, Preston Bailey, Sage Kirkpatrick, Dave Baez, Elisa Perry, Mary Alyce Kania, John Ciccolini
Season year 2007
Network Showtime
Executive Producer Scott Buck
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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63 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Wesley Mullins on November 19, 2007
Format: DVD
Miami blood-spatter analyst and moonlighting serial killer Dexter Morgan spent the first season of Showtime's groundbreaking drama helping his police department track the Ice Truck Killer, a man who turned out to be the brother Dexter never knew. In Season Two, he helps hunt someone even closer...himself. When his Glad-bag graveyard is discovered at the bottom of the ocean, all of Miami buzzes about the Bay Harbor Butcher, the nocturnal crime fighter who litters the sea with body parts of bad guys.

The search for the Bay Harbor Butcher (and the ensuing cat and mouse game between Dexter and his colleagues) provides the overarching glue for Season Two. The middle episodes of the season feature the slippery Dexter trying to wiggle his way out of the grasp of the investigation, lead by new character FBI Special Agent Lundy (Keith Carradine), a professional everyman as unassuming as he is brilliant. Lundy's dedication and focus rival Dexter's and present a challenge for our hero even greater than his "game" with the Ice Truck Killer. Lundy's ritual and disciplined life of cucumber sandwich lunches and Chopin interludes clears his mind, giving him almost clairvoyance into the heart of his target.

The second principle plot centers on Dexter's new love interest, Lila. Early in the season, Dexter is able to explain away his erratic behavior to Doakes and Rita by pretending to be a recovering drug addict. His relationship with his sultry and insightful sponsor sparks tension between Dexter and his girlfriend and forces Dexter into chambers of his mind that have been closed for decades. In the arms of a troubled figure with a past nearly as dark as his own, Dexter feels understood for the first time.
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Olukayode Balogun on July 19, 2008
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Season two of this Showtime piece of excellence is just as good as the first season, if not better. If you haven't already met Dexter Morgan (played by Michael C. Hall), he's a Miami police forensic expert - he specialises in blood spatter - with a taste for murder all of his own. By twist of tale, Dexter's past comes back to haunt him this season and Dexter the hunter becomes Dexter the hunted. This takes the excitement and suspense up to new heights.

Dexter is still coming to terms with the season one's shock ending and initially finds (to his horror) that his killing skills are not what they used to be. And as if he didn't have enough worries, Sergeant Doakes (played by the lovely Erik King), the only one around who senses that Dexter is not all that he seems, is still very much on his case. Add to that the fact that his sister Debra (played by Jennifer Carpenter), who is still recovering from her own trauma from season one, is asked to join the FBI manhunt for him. The team is being led by Special Agent Lundy (played by Keith Carradine) and this is a development, Dexter remarks sardonically, that "makes for an awkward family dynamic".

Also very interesting to see this season, is the relationship between just-demoted Lt. Maria Laguerta (played by the brilliant Lauren Velez) and the new Lieutenant parachuted in over her head to take over her shift command, Lt. Esme Pasquale (played by Judith Scott). The cracks in Dexter's seemingly perfect relationship with girlfriend Rita (played by Julie Benz) that began to appear in season one, also begin to get wider this season so look out for Jaime Murray, fresh off her stint on BBC's drama "Hustle", playing the sexy, free-spirited Lila.

There's much more but I don't want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't seen it.
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48 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Judy K. Polhemus TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 12, 2008
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Even though I am a huge fan of "Dexter--the First Season," I couldn't imagine a better second season. In fact, I'm going to need imagination-stretching exercises because all the people behind "Dexter-The Second Season" give us just that--a BETTER second season!

An observation: Whoever determines casting definitely has an eye for borderline anorexic women with small breasts. Dexter's sister Debra, his girlfriend Rita, and newcomer Lila, an English woman he meets in a 12-step program and who becomes his sponsor for Season Two--all match that description.

In Season One Dexter tells us over and over he is emotionally dead, but as the season progresses, Dexter truly develops feelings for Rita and her two children. In Season Two he no longer denies his feelings, making it clear how much Rita means to him. However, Lila's presence and declaration that she understands him moves Dexter off-kilter.

Throw into the boiling pot the discovery of all Dexter's plastic bags of body parts hidden at the edge of the ocean's currents and the viewer has an explosive combination that keeps him/her on the edge for all of the second season.

But I neglect to include Special Agent Lundy, who has come to Miami to solve the serial killer case after the plastic bag discovery. He always gets his man and in one scene in particular, I could not imagine how Dexter would escape being identified. But remember? I have an imagination problem. I was wrong. Lundy (wonderfully played by Keith Carradine) also plays a pivotal role in a sub-plot. Nah, I'm not saying.

As the season nears the end, I am astonished to think that the program will end the way it seems to be heading.
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