Well, a few days have past so hopefully everyone has seen the ending of Dexter. I think you really have to "go with the flow" a little and not think too hard about some of the obvious questions. First, the question to all the cops, was where did Debra go? How did she end up missing from the hospital, as Dexter just wheels her out, and loads her in his boat, with nobody around asking a question. One little fact was given when Dexter was trying to sell the boat, and listed all the equipment to the buyer, who only care about a big enough beer cooler. He told him he had an emergency raft, which explains how he got back to shore. The question of where Harrison went to all the cops is unanswered, plus how Dexter could imagine he would be safe forever, separated from his brother and sister (written out of show) forever, and that she would really raise him right. Leaves a lot to the imagination, but still leaves the door open to a "Dexter Returns" special. Somehow I think we have not seen the total end of Dexter's life, and how long he can remain a anonymous normal person in a logging camp. Seemingly his Father delusion has now left him, as Dad said "You don't need me anymore". Dexter is never caught as the person he was, and Debra was never caught for killing La Guarta, and in the eyes of the law got away with everything. In the end, Bastita and Joey, both knew Dexter murdered the brain surgeon with the pen, but only wanted to have a good excuse to say it was OK, as he was who really murdered Debra. They didn't care Dexter did him in, so called it a self defense. We are going to miss the series, I think a sequel of some sort will follow. I hope that Jennifer Carpenter gets a well deserved Emmy for her character of Debra. Thought of a possible return plot, where Dexter is still living now has his delusional conversations with sister Debra, to drive him out of exile. He is still driven to find out if Harrison is OK. She could be a interesting force, and maybe conflicting force with both the Father and herself from the dead. The writers are pretty creative, they could pull it off.