Dexter: Season 7
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Dexter is finally forced to confront his greatest fear, as Debra witnesses his insatiable, ritualistic slaying of a killer. Now Deb knows the secret of his Dark Passenger, his undeniable thirst for blood, and the Code that their father Harry instilled in him as a young boy. But as Deb tries to reconcile the unfathomable idea that her beloved, mild-mannered brother is Miami's most notorious serial killer, Dexter is still pulled by his natural impulses to seek out the guilty and exact his brand of vigilante justice.
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Adding this to my entry here on 04-19-2013: I just learned that there will be no Dexter extras other than the biographies of the actors again. What is being put on the disks are as follows:
Ray Donovan (Pilot Episode) on Disc 4 on DVD; via UltraViolet on Blu-ray
First two episodes of the Second Season of The Borgias (DVD only)
First two episodes of the First Season of House of Lies (via E-Bridge Technology on DVD)
Biographies (DVD only)
As far as I am concerned, these are not "Special Features". They are advertising to try and get you to buy their other series as well as Dexter. Special Features, in my opinion, are extras that relate to the show you are buying. Since this follows their same pattern as the previous couple of years releases for Dexter, I fear they will also treat their customers and fans as idiots and include the forced advertising at the start of every disk as well. At the price they are asking, I for one am going to hold off buying this season of Dexter for a year and see if the price drops to something more reasonable for a bare bones release loaded with annoying forced ads and unrelated episodes of other shows.
Difficult to believe that this series is able to maintain a high level of good writing and ideas and character development on such a morbid theme as Dexter, but here we are with season 7's first episode - and we're off an running, literally. The opening of the season picks up where season 6 ended - same room, with Dexter just having murdered Travis - while his sister Debra (now a lieutenant in the police force) watching. Dexter tells her "I snapped," blaming Rita's death. She asks about him being wrapped in plastic and he says it is just "second nature not to leave a trace." When Debra tries to call the station he stops her, pointing out how weird everything looks. He points out that even if it is ruled self-defense he'd lose his job and his son. He suggests getting rid of the body, but she doesn't go for it. Dexter then thinks they could make it look like a suicide, including setting the church on fire. The plan involves gasoline and Debra says she'll go get a few gallons. Dexter flashes back to childhood and Harry wanting to get rid of a dog that Debra likes. Dexter thinks he needs to keep Debra from the "whole truth." Dexter takes down all of his kill stuff. Dexter is forced to attempt a cover-up, which works for a while until Debra uncovers enough evidence to as Dexter is he is indeed a serial killer. It looks as though the season will play on this strange predicament with every episode, but meanwhile there is an added murder with grand implications that sets the team, including Dexter, into action to uncover the killer. The entire cast returns for this season - Michael C. Hall as the blood spatter expert Dexter Morgan, Jennifer Carpenter as Debra Morgan, C.S. Lee as Vince Masuka, Lauren Vélez as Lt. Maria LaGuerta, David Zayas as Angel Batista, James Remar as Harry Morgan and Desmond Harrington as Joey Quinn. Grady Harp, October 12