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So what was the best and the worst of this week? While probably of no consequence to where we're heading, the Vince scene where he goes to his daughter's place of work to discover it's a topless bar was generally hilarious. Especially the part where he put the menu up to hide her 'HD2x6: The Newsroom Season 2 Episode 6 Watch Online Freeboobs', classic Vince. But the best acting by far came from Sean Patrick Flanery as Elway, when he got nasty with self-absorbed Debs. That's a character with a dark streak, and it's someone she needs to be careful with. He's probably going to try and attack her at some point, probably a fatal mistake.
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Historically, the middle of the season hasn't been a good time for Dexter, and this story didn't break that mould. What it did do is set a few pieces on the board for the end, and it also confirmed to me that they're not going to radically break from the previous seven seasons in this one.
I'm still waiting for the factual flip, where something we were told about Dexter early on and that all the characters who know him believe isn't true. The only question is, will that bombshell land early and alter Dexter's ultimate path or will they hold it for shock effect in the final story?