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It’s Complicated: The Hannah McKay Factor, Dexter “Do the Wrong Thing” 

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I’m definitely of two minds after watching “Do the Wrong Thing.” I have to admit I enjoyed the flirting thing that was going on between Dexter and Hannah McKay. Everyone once in a while I think it’s healthy (interesting choice of words there) for Dexter to get a girlfriend. His most pressing urge is always to serve his dark passenger, but sometimes i like to see him take care of other biological needs.

When Yvonne Strahovski was cast, I was hoping she’d be some kind of romantic foil for Dexter. And Dexter’s not really interested in someone unless there’s something wrong with them (as we’ve seen time and time again) so we knew Hannah would have something dark in her past. I didn’t like it when Dexter decided Hannah was going to be his next victim though. At first it seemed like he was making the evidence fit a crime we weren’t even sure happened. But as the episode progressed it became clear that Hannah is guilty of at least two murders.

Photo Credit: Randy Tepper/Showtime

Because she managed to keep him off guard enough, Dexter ended up asking Hannah out on a date. And I liked it. I wasn’t sure he still wanted to kill her until she ended up on that table. And even then, I didn’t want him to go through with it. I also don’t think I wanted him to set her free and have sex with her. I just don’t know how to feel. I kind of like it. I kind of hate it. Mostly, I guess I’m just curious to see where this goes because it sure does seem like it’s about to get a hell of a lot more complicated.

Photo Credit: Randy Tepper/Showtime


It’s always nice to see the lovely and talented Santiago Cabrera on my screen. I think I remember hearing about him joining the show this season, but it was still a surprise to see him on the screen. He made an interesting impression (although I don’t understand what he sees in Deb, but if I’m honest I never understand what any guy sees in Deb). I’ll reserve judgement until I see how his suspicions about Hannah McKay play out. I like where this is going.

Dexter airs Sundays at 9/8c on Showtime.

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