• Dexter
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It's Lumen. No one from the past seasons that had a major part in the show is even alive anymore. :v:
Doakes is returning as a zombie, it's a late halloween special. :v: I kinda miss that guy...
[QUOTE=bree;33069058]Awesome. Predictions? Gotta be someone from the ice truck killer case. It's been mentioned too many times this season for it not to be. I bet the person who bought the hand is someone from the past seasons.[/QUOTE] The only one person I can think about is [sp]Tony Tucci - he's connected with ITK and he's alive[/sp] but I don't know how he can be important for plot.
It's Dexter's mother. Dexter's dad faked it all so he could have a son and hypnotized his brother. Hey, we are talking 'bout the new writers. [editline]1st November 2011[/editline] The same writers that brought you: Lumen
It's Lumen with her new GHOST DAD
Why does Doakes [sp]become most likeable when he's locked in a cage about to be killed or framed? Season 2 episode 11 now, almost done with season 2.[/sp] [editline]2nd November 2011[/editline] I hate Lila so much.
I really can't stand laguerta. She is both a bitch and she looks like a frog.
[QUOTE=ZF911;33078653]Why does Doakes [sp]become most likeable when he's locked in a cage about to be killed or framed? Season 2 episode 11 now, almost done with season 2.[/sp] [editline]2nd November 2011[/editline] I hate Lila so much.[/QUOTE] I hate her too but she's so hawt.
fuck me silly. it better not be lumen.
if it is i am gonna vomit everywhere
I hope it's [sp]Brian. In some kind of retrospection? Or maybe as a ghost, just like Harry or professor Geller. Harry as an angel, and Brian as a devil, or something[/sp], but it's just because I like that character, and actor who played him.
I think Anderson might turn into a new Doakes, but instead of being bad motherfucker, he's more of a smug bastard. As for Gellar, without saying what happened in the latest episode, they should finally tell us if he's in Travis' head or real.
I really honestly believe it might be Lumen though. I also think that if it is, you guys probably don't have to worry. If Lumen returns, it will be because she has realized that she did have a dark passenger after all. If she returns, she'll return as a counterpoint to the whole Brother Sam deal. She'll return as a killer, as someone Dexter thought was saved from the darkness. However there is no hope of escaping your dark passenger, and Dexter will have to kill her.
[QUOTE=Simski;33085188]I really honestly believe it might be Lumen though. I also think that if it is, you guys probably don't have to worry. If Lumen returns, it will be because she has realized that she did have a dark passenger after all. If she returns, she'll return as a counterpoint to the whole Brother Sam deal. She'll return as a killer, as someone Dexter thought was saved from the darkness. However there is no hope of escaping your dark passenger, and Dexter will have to kill her.[/QUOTE] Only if it's brutally and in less than 1 episode.
From what I heard, its not Lumen. Writers realized everyone hated her. Talk of the town is it's going to be Brian as a Harry like guide, and also Jonah (Trinitys son), have a feeling it's him who [sp]shot Brother Sam[/sp]. Could tie into the whole faith thing, with Harry acting in a sort of Angel light and Brian acting in a Devil light to try and push Dexter in one direction.
[QUOTE=Over-Run;33090691]From what I heard, its not Lumen. Writers realized everyone hated her. Talk of the town is it's going to be Brian as a Harry like guide, and also Jonah (Trinitys son), have a feeling it's him who [sp]shot Brother Sam[/sp][/QUOTE] But [sp]Jonah doesn't have any reason to kill Brother Sam[/sp]. In my opinion it's [sp]Nick who shot Sam. Why? Dog wasn't attacking the killer[/sp]
[QUOTE=Joz;33091475]But [sp]Jonah doesn't have any reason to kill Brother Sam[/sp]. In my opinion it's [sp]Nick who shot Sam. Why? Dog wasn't attacking the killer[/sp][/QUOTE] I don't know, the Jonah thing was just a poke in the dark ha
Just started 2x12. I hope Dexter [sp]cuts Lila into little pieces.[/sp] [editline]2nd November 2011[/editline] Seriously, he's glad [sp]that the cabin blew up? There goes killing Lila.[/sp] [editline]3rd November 2011[/editline] Oh wow, I thought [sp]he was actually going to run away with Lila.[/sp]
[QUOTE=ZF911;33095162]Just started 2x12. I hope Dexter [sp]cuts Lila into little pieces.[/sp] [editline]2nd November 2011[/editline] Seriously, he's glad [sp]that the cabin blew up? There goes killing Lila.[/sp] [editline]3rd November 2011[/editline] Oh wow, I thought [sp]he was actually going to run away with Lila.[/sp][/QUOTE] Protip: Talking about early seasons is a sure way to accidentally get people to spoil shit for you
I'm pretty sure after 4 years you're okay to not use spoiler tags.
[sp]Just started to like Brother Sam, and he gets shot. I hope he does not die and survives, please![/sp]
[QUOTE=ejonkou;33100041][sp]Just started to like Brother Sam, and he gets shot. I hope he does not die and survives, please![/sp][/QUOTE] [sp]I was expecting him to turn out like the whole Miguel deal. With Dexter believing that "maybe there's hope after all", only to be disproven and forced to take him out. I like this scenario we have now better, but I still really hope he survives.[/sp]
I like the new season, but I think they have made Dexter go downhill very slightly as a character since Harrison was born. He seems to have been a bit of a whiny bitch sometimes since then.
Why are you guys complaining on whether the guy is real or not? If he isn't, it would make Dexter have the conclusion that this season seems to be going for. Travis is following the image of god through hs GHOST DAD, while Dexter is following Harry's law through, well his GHOST DAD. Dexter would then realize that he's being a bit hypocritical for claiming that the ones who follow a religion are crazy, where Dexter is actually batshit insane himself.
[QUOTE=0frost;33081059]I really can't stand laguerta. She is both a bitch and she looks like a frog.[/QUOTE] lmfao I never thought about it before, but she totally does.
[QUOTE=Hmn30;33103804]Why are you guys complaining on whether the guy is real or not? If he isn't, it would make Dexter have the conclusion that this season seems to be going for. Travis is following the image of god through hs GHOST DAD, while Dexter is following Harry's law through, well his GHOST DAD. Dexter would then realize that he's being a bit hypocritical for claiming that the ones who follow a religion are crazy, where Dexter is actually batshit insane himself.[/QUOTE] I personally just really want Edward James Olmos and Michael C. Hall to confront eachother. :v:
[QUOTE=Hmn30;33103804]Why are you guys complaining on whether the guy is real or not? If he isn't, it would make Dexter have the conclusion that this season seems to be going for. Travis is following the image of god through hs GHOST DAD, while Dexter is following Harry's law through, well his GHOST DAD. Dexter would then realize that he's being a bit hypocritical for claiming that the ones who follow a religion are crazy, where Dexter is actually batshit insane himself.[/QUOTE] but dexter is aware of his psychosis, he knows why hes crazy, and how to deal with the dark passenger. He also learned to put that evil side to good use by killing the guilty that roamed free. While Travis is just blindly following the religion. I see what you are trying to say, that they have some common ground, but dexter is just going to say "Did god tell you to kill those people?" "Yes, so is it ok?" "Nope" stab*
Spoilers about the Episode 6 tweest: [sp]Dexter finds out about the prosthetic hand, learns it was bought by the trinity's son. Brian comes back as a new figment of Dexter's imagination triggered by the missing hand and they travel to Nebraska to get it back. This is confirmed mainly by Jonah being in episode 7, along with a stunt double for Christian Camargo has been listed on IMDB for Episode 7. Christian Camargo plays Brian. The title of episode 7 is Nebraska.[/sp]
[QUOTE=BirdsOnMyBack;33118260]Spoilers about the Episode 6 tweest: [sp]Dexter finds out about the prosthetic hand, learns it was bought by the trinity's son. Brian comes back as a new figment of Dexter's imagination triggered by the missing hand and they travel to Nebraska to get it back. This is confirmed mainly by Jonah being in episode 7, along with a stunt double for Christian Camargo has been listed on IMDB for Episode 7. Christian Camargo plays Brian. The title of episode 7 is Nebraska.[/sp][/QUOTE] If that's true, then [sp]why would Jonah buy the hand?[/sp]
[QUOTE=Frisk;33120051]If that's true, then [sp]why would Jonah buy the hand?[/sp][/QUOTE] [sp]His dad was a serial killer, he is probably interested with them now. never really explained but the synopsis says: "Dexter and a fellow dark passenger travel to Nebraska to tie up some loose ends."[/sp]
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