Dexter

Season 8 Episode 7

Dress Code

42
Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Aug 11, 2013 on Showtime
7.9
out of 10
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Dexter hunts down Hannah to figure out why she is in Miami. Dexter takes on a protégé and teaches him the code.

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  • I thought Dexter was supposed to be smart!

    8.0
    Somehow, I don't believe that Hannah would need Dexters help to kill anyone! I thought Dexter was supposed to be smart! Also wishing that Hannah would have put a little extra poison in Debs dinner!
  • Smells like Dexter

    5.0
    It wasn't the real thing, but this episode was kind of good-ish. The real Debra was almost back, the whole Hannah thing was not bad either, for once I even liked Hannah even though this Dexter in love thing never did sit right with me.



    Alas, it's too late, and everything was done in a rush and heavily peppered with cliches.

    The jealous husband and his pocketful of overused lines was a parody of the worst pulp fictions ("You'll never leave this boat alive!!").

    Vogel's anti-climatic and rare appearances don't make sense, Masuka's daughter is a joke, and the Quin-Batista tensions are downright angering, considering what they were before. Quin should have died, not LaGuerta, because with his past, and the fact that they never resolved his problems from season 7 (the mafia guy is dead and the stripper took a bus to Vegas: move on, stupid viewers, nothing else to see here), we really don't care whether he'll get promoted, move in with his girlfriend, or decide to grow a moustache.



    As for Harry, seriously. Let the man rest in peace already.moreless
  • dexter, sheesh, die already

    5.0
    my gosh, dexter sucks! portraying hannah as the poor little white girl suffering with abusive husband just makes her even more annoying. the only nice new character already died. and it looks like it was that stupid new kid. if it was not him, i will definitely be surprised. again, debra is the only character that still makes sense. not to mention old vogel, that the writers took out of their asses to solve everything and explain everything in the show (it was much more interesting when i thought harry was the only author of the code). watching dexter just makes me wonder how incredibly awesome breaking bad is. in cable tv, worst than dexter is only true blood, i think. the only thing in dexter nowadays that's making me interested is the weird things happening to deb. she drinks that stuff her boss gives her and she does crazy things. i don't know what's up with that...moreless
  • Liked it.

    9.0
    Finally this season gets better. Together with Hannah there is the possibility for Dexter to have a romantic and happy ending to this series OR an even more tragic one.

    So many options now, I really hope the writers have a nice twist in it.

    But, the death of Cassie was totally unnescessary, Dexter now has to kill that younger mirror image of himself, and Vogel and the brain surgeon... Come on who here thinks, that the Foot-Fetish guy was the brain surgeon?moreless
  • Great !

    10
    Well i dont really think Zach killed Cassie, it was Deb all along cause she had conversation to Cassie before and she was mad on Cassie becuse she has strong emotions for Dex. As we seen before she is ready to do anything for Dexter, even though she tried to kill him but saved him and of course Shot Lagurte .



    As for Vogel she must be some kind evil pshychopath like Moriartry and Haninbal Lecter hybrid.





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Bethany Joy Lenz

Bethany Joy Lenz

Cassie Jollenston

Guest Star

Julian Sands

Julian Sands

Miles Castner

Guest Star

Sam Underwood

Sam Underwood

Zach Hamilton

Guest Star

Sean Patrick Flanery

Sean Patrick Flanery

Jacob Elway

Recurring Role

Madison Burge

Madison Burge

Niki Walters

Recurring Role

Darri Ingolfsson

Darri Ingolfsson

Oliver Saxon

Recurring Role

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