After crashing his car, getting some edge over Quinn, and losing and eventually finding the remains of his latest victim in last week's episode
, Dexter Morgan thinks that the worse is over. But we all know that's not the case for our favorite serial killer, who always finds himself facing yet another difficult challenge. This week, Dexter tries to keep up his act in his bustling suburban community but this proves to be a difficult task even for someone who is a master at the art of faking.
"Blinded By The Light," the third installment in Dexter
's fourth season, kicks off with a neighborhood barbeque where Dexter learns more about the local vandal. The damage is quickly becoming a nuisance to Dexter's neighbors but it becomes even more frustrating for Dexter because now the whole neighborhood has become more vigilant and wary. It also doesn't help that Rita is hampering his mobility by insisting on driving him around after his accident.
At Miami Metro, LaGuerta tells her team that finding Johnny Rose, their primary suspect on the Vacation Murders, is their number 1 priority in spite of the fact that there hasn't been any developments on the case. The Lisa Bell case also hasn't moved forward so LaGuerta orders Deb to step it up or else she'll be taken off the case to work on the Vacation Murders. Speaking
of Deb, she's spending more time with Lundy hearing theories about the Trinity Killer and it looks like she's developing an interest not just in the case but in Lundy as well. She's also less than thrilled when her boyfriend Anton announces that he's taken a local job to spend more time with her.
Quinn, on the other hand, is still sucking up to Dexter's butt for not ratting him out because he stole some money that belonged to a victim during a crime scene investigation. He gives Dexter club level Miami Dolphin tickets and even calls Dexter a friend. While all that is happening, the Trinity Killer dispatches his next victim.
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist(Image courtesy of Showtime)