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Sunday, May 19, 2013

Rewatching Dexter - 4.01 "Living the Dream", 4.02 "Remains to Be Seen", 4.03 "Blinded by the Light"


Rewatching Dexter by DexterDaily. A look back at the past seasons of 'Dexter' and our favorite serial killer's victims. Today, we're going to remember the first three episodes of the fourth season: 4.01 "Living the Dream", 4.02 "Remains to Be Seen", 4.03 "Blinded by the Light". Hit the 'read more' button for more!




Dexter has always managed to get himself out of tough situations. But he suddenly finds himself in unfamiliar territory — life in suburbia. Now a husband and father of three, Dexter struggles to balance his family's needs with his ongoing duties as a blood spatter analyst for Miami Metro Homicide. The exhaustion is taking its toll, and as sleepless nights start to threaten his job performance, Dexter wonders if maybe he's taken on more than he can handle. And he'll need to stay sharp — the department is busier than ever, with two new murders on their hands. The detectives, Debra included, are surprised when Special Agent Frank Lundy returns to share his theories on the case. Lundy believes they're dealing with a serial killer he's been chasing for years, whom he's dubbed "the Trinity Killer". Meanwhile, Dexter's Dark Passenger drives him to seek out a fresh victim. But with so much already on his plate, is Dexter up to the task?

Dexter's victim: Benny Gomez. Former boxer who beat people to death. Stabbed in the chest.

4.01 "Living the Dream": Original Air Date: September 27th, 2009.
Written By: Clyde Phillips
Directed By: Marcos Siega


The pressures of fatherhood threaten to bring Dexter's world crashing down. In his carelessness, Dexter realizes that he's misplaced crucial evidence, something that could expose his dark side to the world. But his search will have to wait, as Miami Metro's two simultaneous murder cases continue to escalate. Their top priority is to solve 'The Vacation Murders', a series of robberies gone bad that threaten Miami's lucrative tourist industry. Lundy, however, remains convinced that the bigger problem is dealing with the Trinity Killer, who unbeknownst to them is already stalking his next victim. Dexter has to weave a web of lies to extract himself from his duties, hoping to bury his secret before someone else finds it first.

Dexter's victim: None

4.02 "Remains to Be Seen": Original Air Date: October 4th, 2009
Written By: Charles H. Eglee
Directed By: Brian Kirk


It's hard enough for Dexter to fake one-on-one relationships. Now he finds himself at the center of a bustling suburban community. When a local vandal begins stirring up trouble, the neighborhood becomes vigilant and wary, two things Dexter certainly doesn't need. His mobility is also hampered by Rita, who insists on driving him around after his incident. Dexter's not the only one feeling trapped — Debra is less than thrilled when Anton announces he's taken a local job to spend more time with her. Meanwhile, the Trinity Killer dispatches his next victim. Debra becomes drawn to Lundy's theories about Trinity, while Dexter finds himself in awe of Trinity's masterful killing technique. Despite their enthusiasm, LaGuerta threatens to shut down the investigation, instead focused on bringing the Vacation Murderers to justice.

Dexter's victim: None

4.03 "Blinded By the Light": Original Air Date: October 11th, 2009
Written By: Scott Buck
Directed By: Marcos Siega
Recaps and photos: Showtime

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