There's been a lot of talk lately about a cable-television show that's ending its massively influential and acclaimed series run on a creative high note, and of course the program in question is Dexter. The final episode airs Sunday, which means it's time for FYAD's guide to Dexter's twists and turns!
Update: he got away
i just watched the episode and they caught him.
they caught Dexter, damn haha
they caught him
update: they actually didnt, after all
there about to catch dexter
sometimes to get away you have to get caught
Dexter is trapped for sure and he is clearly not getting away, not this time...sq
Dexter succumbs to the inevitable grasp of Death
update: hes actually immortal
dexter is gonna have a tough time not getting caught in this episode. in fact, they did catch him
Dexter is being caught. Hes getting caught right now
Update. In the process of being caught, he got away
Dexter Season 284 - Dexter must search the Scottish Highlands and take down the Mayonnaise Killer who encloses him victims in giant slices of bread and murders them in a human-sized pannini press. There can be only one gimmick killer
Dexter Season 329 - Dexter kills someone in the break room, and they caught him, but also he got away as well. Dexter must end the brutal reign of the Silly Straw Killer. Teen Dokes searches for clues in the ruins of Neo Miami. Deb gets pregnant.
i just really enjoy the tension and release of tv tellimg me the imaginary character will be caught, then late telling me he will not be caught
they caught him, he got away, then they caught him but he got away, and this time they caught him but we arent sure if he will get away. check for updates.
Master is troll wizard, so's if he get angry he might cast spell up on my self and bite off my whole head in one chomp.
It's true. Grimace is human. God help us, we did our best for him.
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