I saw the final ,wow now it's getting so diRtY ...
On one hand ,it made for a great outro ,as did happen in the last Sons Of Anarchy series too.. But it is something you kind of morally vomit over in bits ,and then again LaGuerta was a kill joy anyway..
A few other fly's in the ointment are going to be the brother who retired, and maybe Quinn since he suspected Dexter himself. I thought they were going to kill him off, but he himself murdered the girlfriends boss. Seem to all be killing someone. The other figure who may come into the finale could be the Captain who knows Dexter's Father. 2 old girl fiends now know about Dexter, and the son of the Trinity killer knows about him. Sister Deb has definitely joined him now, but only Dexter still has not broken the code, she did.
Will they really end the series in the next season??? Money talks.
Parting thought! Do we really know for sure LaGuarta died?
you know ,i didn't think she might be hanging in there still. Nice save greeny for the hopeful viewer ,if she is alive still ,All things Dexter and Co are starting to smoke !
So what If _She just may get a text message off in the nick of time, her last breath' as it were ....if future series start to hit a head wind 'so to speak' down the track ,those old loose ends Dexters girlfriends can be plotted back in .. Skeletons in the closet ..
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