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Dexter Morgan is a Miami-based blood splatter expert who doesn't just solve murders; he commits them too. In fact, he's a serial killer -- but he only murders the guilty, so he feels justified with his lifestyle choices. His policewoman sister and his cop co-workers have no idea Dexter lives a double life; however, adoptive father Harry knows his secret, and does, in fact, help Dexter hone his "skills." It's a unique brand of justice for which charming Dexter feels a psychological hunger.

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Faced with impossible odds, Dexter wants to end things his own way.
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Dexter is torn between leaving the country with Hannah and Harrison or taking Saxon out for good; Dexter's indecision leads to a grisly and unexpected consequence.
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Dexter attempts to lure the Brain Surgeon into a trap; Dexter witnesses a murder.
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A murder hits Dexter close to home just as he decides to make a new life for himself with Hannah.
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Dexter suspects his protege may have murdered an innocent person.
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Dexter takes on a protege and begins to teach him the code while finding out why Hannah is in Miami.
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Dexter watches a young psychopath; someone from Dexter's past pays a visit.
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Dr. Vogel comes into contact with the "Brain Surgeon"; Dexter and Deb try to keep the doctor safe; Masuka learns he has a daughter.
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Dexter tracks down another potential serial killer from Dr. Vogel's list; Quinn celebrates; Deb is treated for her PTSD.
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Dexter continues to hunt for the "Brain Surgeon"; Dr. Vogel tries to convince Dexter he is perfect as a psychopath; Deb's PTSD kicks in.
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Miami Metro continues to hunt for the "Brain Surgeon"; Dr. Vogel seeks Dexter's help; Deb must take matters into her own hands.
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Dexter must protect himself when LaGuerta closes in on his secret.
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Christmas approaches and Dexter tries to balance his life with Hannah and his relationship with Debra; Debra follows a potentially incriminating tip.
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Hannah's father visits; the Phantom Arsonist's crimes become more gruesome; LaGuerta brings in Matthews to help with the Bay Harbor Butcher case.
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Dexter gains an advantage thanks to an internal struggle within the Koshka brotherhood; Miami Metro is on the hunt for an arsonist.
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Dexter tries to keep Debra unaware of his relationship with Hannah.
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Dexter and Hannah grow closer and Sal Price discovers the two are involved; Quinn makes questionable choices to protect Nadia.
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Debra meets with a local crime writer; Quinn gets an offer; LaGuerta continues to dig into the Bay Harbor Butcher case.
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New leads are brought to light in the Wayne Randall killing spree case.
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After capturing a killer, things go awry for Miami Metro; Dexter begins a dangerous game of cat and mouse, while the Ukrainian mob seeks revenge.
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Dexter tries to bring Debra on board with his new target; LaGuerta tries to enlist Batista to help her reopen the case of the Bay Harbor Butcher.

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