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I loved every season up until this one, with the best being the Trinity season. I still like this season, but watching it side by side with Breaking Bad's last season, it's blindingly obvious that they are in no way building tension for the finale. With Breaking Bad, it feels like everything's happening and I can't wait to see how it's going to end, and how quickly it's going to end. Dexter is more like "Oh shit, only two episodes left, huh? How the hell are they going to pull out a good ending here?"
I'm really worried that the show's going to end with Dexter killing whatshisname, Deb and Quinn being happy together, and Dexter and Hannah moving to Argentina and being happy.
I will eat my words and take back everything I've said about this season if they manage to pull out an ending I didn't expect. If everything gets flipped upside down and ends with the show actually saying something, I'll be amazed. Right now it just seems like they've settled into "moral grey area...so...uh...I guess killing's ok sometimes...whatever."
I mean, maybe they're trying to make the audience see things from Dexter's perspective by making us feel nothing at all