PS. Rinnisons Man, permit me a small - how to say in English? ah yes -- caveat:<quoted text>
and yet you hold it against me that I care about fictional people, too. is caring/empathy good or not good? pick a lane, Commander.
like, see, psychopaths like Dexter and Ayatollahs like Khamenei they are severely lacking in empathy department. so for them to frame an innocent cop for murder or to build enrichment facilities near civilians in, say, Qom, is no big deal.
but for people like Deb, it's unbearable on the conscious.(i tried the link again, it works now btw)
from 36:40 to 46:30
now that I think about it, I also remember thinking at the time that we may be dealing with the ol' Ambrose Bierce switcheroo here: namely, when faced with an impossible choice in that shipping container at the end of season 7, Debra did NOT kill Cpt. Maria LaGuerta but rather her brother Dex, afterall.
And that the whole season 8 is actually a split-second of Dexter's pre-death final fantasy manifestation: right down to "spiritual mother" Dr. Vogel magically revealing herself out of nowhere as a weird retroactive-continuity gimmick to absolve Harry of his original sin of creating the killer that Dex became.... Deb almost killing herself with guilt but somehow recovering... the true love of his life Hannah also magically returning, strangely wearing same clothes she did then & not even bothering to wear disguise even though at that point she is a high-profile fugitive.... and now I find out that they are on their way to same dream destination from previous, Argentina.....
oh and now there is no doubt Dexter is no true un-feeling psychopath but actual human boy capable of feelings, real love & redemption as almost an anti-hero or even dare I say, a super-hero of sorts...
Is this Dallas viewers felt when the whole it's just a dream thing famously happened?!
Because, surresli, if anything remotely close to that outlined scenario happens.... kill me now ahahahaha!!!