After eight years, 96 episodes, 1,200 of its lead character sitting at a computer, and 1.6 million lines of bad voiceover dialogue, Dexter said goodbye in typical Dexter fashion.
Now's your last chance to place your bets on what will happen in Sunday's final episode Dexter. We have some ideas.
We've spent the last two weeks telling who we think deserves to win an Emmy this Sunday, but now it's time to put aside all those gooey feelings and just deliver the cold, hard truth.
These are the stories I think we here at TV.com, and folks all over the internet, will be talking about between now and next summer.
This last matchup is poised to yield the closest vote yet, and one that really gets to the core of the competition.
We break down the big questions, concerns, and possible paths for the five major nets as we head into the new TV season.
You get to decide who makes the championship. Don't take that honor lightly.
"New York Sour" was exactly what you might have expected it to be, but that's just fine.
It's time to consider who deserves a spot in the Final 4.