Dexter Morgan is a serial killer. We root for him because his demons lead him to do away with the worst type of criminal, vermin the world would be better off without. We also root for him because, in many ways, he is just like us. If the opportunity presented itself, who wouldn’t look to that darkest part of their soul and do exactly what Dexter Morgan does? And really, he’s not so bad. He’s got a full time job (blood spatter expert for the Miami Metro police), a family (recently torn apart by his wife’s murder), loving sister and father (okay, Daddy Harry is only in Dexter’s head). He knows how to play at being normal and at times...he really is. Here There Be Monsters: Talking Dexter will feature recaps and reviews of the week’s episode, an occasional surprise and, of course, the opportunity to discuss.
Lumen poses a major problem for Dexter in "First Blood".
Complications arrives after Dexter saves the life of Boyd Fowler's final victim.
Dexter continues stalking the Dead Animal Pickup Specialist in "Practically Perfect".
In "Hello, Bandit", Dexter finds a new victim to take his mind off his family troubles.