Dexter 8 Seasons 2006

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Season 1
(979) IMDb 9.1/10
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10. Seeing Red TV-MA CC

The Ice Truck Killer leaves Dexter the most horrifying crime scene imaginable, forcing him to confront the demons from his past.

Starring:
Christian Camargo, Christine Barger
Runtime:
57 minutes
Original air date:
December 3, 2006

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Seeing Red

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Season 1
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    1. Pilot Dexter Morgan, Miami Metro Police Department blood spatter analyst, has a double life. When he's not helping the Homicide division solve murders, he spends his time hunting and killing bad guys that slip through the justice system.

    TV-MA 54min October 1, 2006
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    2. Crocodile While trying to decide his next victim, Dexter's world is thrust into turmoil when the other serial killer in town, dubbed the Ice Truck Killer, has secretly contacted Dexter to inform him that he knows what Dexter is up too.

    TV-MA 55min October 8, 2006
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    3. Popping Cherry While stalking a recently released convict who may kill again, Dexter has to deal with the latest crime of the Ice Truck Killer, a chopped up hooker in a pro-hockey ice rink.

    TV-MA 52min October 15, 2006
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    4. Let's Give the Boy a Hand Dexter is intrigued when the Ice Truck Killer starts leaving pictures from Dexter's childhood at the crime scenes containing body parts left in horrific tableaus meant to tell Dexter something about his own past.

    TV-MA 58min October 22, 2006
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    5. Love American Style The Homicide division is abuzz after the Ice Truck Killer's latest victim is found alive, while Dexter stalks a murderous human trafficker.

    TV-MA 56min October 29, 2006
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    6. Return to Sender The Ice Truck Killer leaves Dexter a surprise at the scene of one of Dexter's recent kills, putting Dexter firmly in the crosshairs of his own Homicide Division.

    TV-MA 54min November 5, 2006
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    7. Circle of Friends The Ice Truck Killer is finally identified, but Dexter is skeptical because something does not sit right with him over recent events. Meanwhile, Rita must deal with the return of her menacing, recently paroled, ex-husband.

    TV-MA 53min November 12, 2006
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    8. Shrink Wrap When the "suicide" of a powerful, high profile woman reveals a strange pattern of murders, Dexter stalks a killer unlike any he's had to deal with before.

    TV-MA 54min November 19, 2006
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    9. Father Knows Best Rita, Debra and Rudy join Dexter for a weekend away when Dexter finds out that his biological father, whom Dexter thought had died 30 years ago, has just recently passed away and left him his all his belongings - and his house.

    TV-MA 56min November 26, 2006
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    10. Seeing Red The Ice Truck Killer leaves Dexter the most horrifying crime scene imaginable, forcing him to confront the demons from his past.

    TV-MA 57min December 3, 2006
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    11. Truth Be Told The Ice Truck Killer kidnaps someone very close to Dexter, forcing Dexter to play a deadly game of hide-and-seek.

    TV-MA 55min December 10, 2006
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    12. Born Free Dexter and the Ice Truck Killer have a final confrontation.

    TV-MA 57min December 17, 2006

Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Director Michael Cuesta
Starring Christian Camargo, Christine Barger
Supporting actors Jennifer Carpenter, Erik King, Lauren Vélez, David Zayas, James Remar, Geoff Pierson, C.S. Lee, Mark Pellegrino, Christian Camargo, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Graciella Evelina Martinez, Ruth Zalduondo, Christina Robinson, Daniel Goldman, Maxwell Huckabee, Roxanne Beckford, Wiley M. Pickett, Symba
Season year 2006
Network Showtime
Executive Producer Daniel Cerone
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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435 of 453 people found the following review helpful By H. M Pyles on May 17, 2007
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The most disturbing movie I ever saw was "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer". In its portrayal of a man who lived physically among his fellow human beings while existing completely outside the orbit of human emotional interface, I thought I had seen the definitive screen rendition of a serial killer's psyche.

Then along comes Dexter who, with 12 episodes and a carefully-crafted life of friends, family, and career at his disposal for telling his tale, paints a portrait of sociopathic existence far more detailed and more disturbing than anything attempted by "Henry". That's accomplishment enough. But to do it with the droll wit and endearing demeanor of Dexter is downright amazing. TV seldom gets odder than this . . . and never more profound.

The real horror of each episode lies not in the killings by Dexter or by his victims. It lies in the horror of watching a man having to tread his way among his fellows in full knowledge that he is a hollow shell -- a body and brain devoid of a soul, with the only emotions being a fascination with blood and the driving hunger to kill. None of the means by which other people assuage their physical or emotional needs are available to Dexter, at least in the context in which others pursue them. Sex is a threat to Dexter, an act which can open cracks in the facade of humanity he has crafted and through which people can peer into the inner void. Friendly gatherings are obstacle courses, full of little bumps that could cause Dexter to trip and let his mask momentarily slip. Even eating, from which most people derive some emotional pleasure, is simply a necessity to which Dexter submits, preferrably combined with another necessary task, such as driving.

Clever. Interesting.
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133 of 145 people found the following review helpful By shivatrance VINE VOICE on May 12, 2007
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Dexter does not disappoint. Based on the novels of Jeff Lindsay, Dexter is the story of a serial killer who murders other serial killers. While yes he is a sociopath, I find that one of the most fascinating parts of both the novels and the Showtime series is that slowly Dexter is starting to show that he may even be developing emotions. Could be a distinct possibility since he has had to wear a mask of humanity ever since he was three years old.

The surprising thing about this show to me is that it is very different in many ways to the novels. I think that Jeff Lindsay has to be both pleased and upset over what Showtime has done with Dexter. And in my humble opinion, I think that the series is actually much better than the books. The characters are much more developed and Deborah is no wear near as annoying in the series as she is in the novels. Plus I like how Angel "No Relation" Batista is a full on Homicide detective instead of just working for the M.E.'s office. In short, Showtime improved vastly on the novels and developed a much more diverse and rich world that Lindsay had created.

The part that ends up really getting to the viewer the most is that Dexter becomes a hero of sorts that even though his actions are quite immoral, you begin to view them as justifiable vegence for the victims of the people he kills. Maybe admitting that means I have a problem myself LOL but seriously, you can't help but like the guy. He is the nicest serial killer you could ever meet. And make sure you do meet him and buy this DVD. The replay value is outstanding.
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98 of 108 people found the following review helpful By A. Trotter VINE VOICE on September 5, 2007
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If I could give 6 stars I would, and I've never said that before. Love this show. LOVE IT! (Pissy at showtime but that's just because they don't let people - even US people serving their country - outside the US look at stuff on their website, but their product is awesome... )

Ok, so Dexter, he's a little different, right? He works for the police, he's charming and geeky, he kills people for fun after work. Just bad people, of course. It would be no fun otherwise...

This is a strange story - more than half revenge fantasy but also part personal growth drama, part romance, lots of humor, and some good old fashioned thriller thrown in for spice. It makes you ache a little inside and then giggle in horror. It invokes a lot of emotion in it's viewers, as you watch someone without emotion begin to feel things and not know what's going on... not understand that these are feelings he's having. I'm sure a lot of people are pursing their lips over it and going "tsk!". I mean, a comedy/drama where the hero is a sociopathic serial killer? And a very good one at that?

The acting is AMAZING. This is TV done right, TV that makes you sing with delight, that catches you with it's beauty and writing and the way it perfectly catches the atmosphere of a place. I cannot rave enough - it goes in with the other perfect shows like the new Battlestar Galactica (somewhat less funny but just as perfect) and Wire in the Blood, Buffy, Firefly and Touching Evil. It's vastly better than CSI Miami (really, what isn't?) but it will draw comparisons, or parallels, because both take place in Miami and involve forensics (from weirdly skewed angles mentally, when you look at it - he's both catching killers forensically and keeping from being caught himself...
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