Dexter's problems keep mounting. After the surprise outcome of his planned execution of Hannah McKay, they agree they are far too much alike and decide not to see each other again. It doesn't quite work out as planned. Dexter learns that true crime writer Sal Price is writing a book about Hannah as he is convinced she was an active participant in the murders believed to have been committed by her boyfriend. Dexter sets out to get Sal to go in another direction but Hannah takes charge of things. Deb wants Dexter to do what he does best. Meanwhile, Quinn comes under suspicion of having made the blood evidence against Isaak Sirko disappear.
Did You Know?
Towards the end of the episode, when Hannah is telling Dexter that it was her husband that didn't want the baby, Dexter says "Did you kill him because he didn't want a family?" to which, Hannah says that it was "the opposite" and then goes on to say that "I wanted a family and he didn't" thus confirming what Dexter had said and therefore not "the opposite". See more
Chemistry. I've heard some people have it. An attraction that can't be quantified or explained. Is that the reason behind this... loss of control? Maybe the desire to get Hannah on my table was just a way to deny the effect she has on me. So now what?
[suddenly knife to his throat
How do you like it?
You do this to all the girls that you go out with? Wrap them up in plastic?
I don't actually go out.
So then, what? This whole date thing was just a way to get me alone so ...
References The Road Runner Show
Dexter Main Title
Written by Rolfe Kent
Performed by Rolfe Kent See more