Dexter: The Price of Freedom
Dexter: The Price of Freedom
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
With Rita and the kids out on a trip, it's time for Dexter to make the most out of his time alone in "Dex Takes a Vacation. After witnessing Dexter reached his boiling point and hitting the neighborhood security lights in last week's episode, Rita encourages Dexter to enjoy 72 precious hours and recharge his batteries only she doesn't have any idea that he's recharging with another woman.

If you missed last week's episode, check out the recap here.

Dexter and Zoey

Dirty cop Zoey may have killed her husband and daughter to be free from the suffocating pressures of family life (and blamed it on a drug dealer) but there's a big difference between Zoey and Dexter: He'd rather risk his family knowing the truth about him than losing them.

Lundy and Deb

How do you keep Trinity from getting to his next victim? Lundy thinks he's just an inch closer from nabbing the serial killer and even has a target location in mind, not to mention a chillingly creepy encounter with him. Little does he know there's a bigger target on his back. Lundy fails and literally falls to the ground after being shot just moments after hooking up with Deb, who unfortunately, has also been shot. What are the chances of Lundy surviving? With his old age (plus the fact that he may have recognized the shooter), it doesn't look so good.

Angel and LaGuerta

Now for my least favorite part, Angel and LaGuerta are still wrestling with their ongoing office romance but it has obviously taken a toll on their professional relationship. LaGuerta wants to inform the powers that be and define what they have but Angel wants to keep things private. In the end, they both seek the help of Dexter, the one man who knows nothing about relationships but keeps a good front as a happily married family who has it all.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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