Dexter (Michael C. Hall) unexpectedly spends the entire series finale sitting in this chair staring into space.
Episode 12 | Aired Sep 22, 2013
The series closes with a surprisingly lovely, bold and moving hour. Here's what 'Remember the Monsters?' got right and wrong By James Hibberd @ EW
The rumored leaks were wrong about the ending. That's the good news.
The series finale was the best Dexter episode in years. That's the great news.
It was also one of the strangest episodes in the show's history.
Sunday's hour was grounded, sober, heart-felt, intense and focused. There were no irrelevant subplots. There was hardly any Dex voiceover. No silly Ghost Harry. The musical score was prominent and engaging. The...
Dexter has so many facets to his character. The producers of this great show spend alot of time developing how we as the audience see Dexter. How many actual serial killers do you hope will get away with their crimes? Every sunday night for near three years now I find myself feeling a confusing sense of guilt for sincerely wishing Dexter keeps murdering and not getting caught. Does this make me a horribly nasty evil person? I don't know, but I do know this is good evidence the writers and producers of Dexter are doing their job and they're doing their job well.