Life is good for Dexter. His relationship with Rita is going really well and he's thrilled when Cody asks him if he would come to his school on Dad's day. He's also disposing of certain individuals according to his father Harry's code of conduct. He chooses his next victim, a drug dealer known as Freebo but on the night in question finds that a stranger is in the house. Dexter is attacked and kills the man who turns out to be Oscar Prado, the younger brother of a highly respected Assistant District Attorney Miguel Prado. Dexter can't quite figure out what Oscar was doing in the house and is bothered by the fact that he has killed someone outside of Harry's code. Dexter's sister Debra is put in charge of the Prado case by newly promoted Sgt. Angel Batista but her big mouth gets her into trouble. She is also approached by an officer from Internal Affairs who have an interest in a new squad member, Joey Quinn, but she refuses to cooperate.
Did You Know?
Debra mentions this is the first time she has changed her hairstyle since she was 8. However, throughout the flashbacks you can see Debra with many different hairstyles, including bangs. See more
The SUV Dexter is driving when he pulls up to the pink house has a Florida license tag on the front. In Florida there is one tag and it goes on the rear. See more
Ah, life. Life is ritual, routine, control. And an essential part of that routine,
[approaching hypodermic needle
regular oral hygiene.
[opens wide for the dentist
The Game Is Over
Written by Bob Mair, Joel Wachbrit and Richard Trapp
Performed by St. John
Courtesy of Black Toast Music See more