Dexter: Season 3

Dexter: Season 3

Dexter: Season 3

In a role that earned him multiple Emmy nominations, Michael C. Hall is Dexter Morgan—a blood spatter pattern analyst who secretly quenches his thirst for murder by killing the criminals that slip past the law. 

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EPISODE 3.1
1 January 2008

Our Father

Dexter has put his life back together but things may fall apart soon. His new victim is also being targeted by Assistant District Attorney Miguel Prado. Deb has to decide how to handle Internal Affairs,... MORE as they want her to turn on her new partner.

EPISODE 3.2
1 January 2008

Finding Freebo

Debra and the homicide unit, Dexter and ADA Miguel Prado are all searching for the same serial killer, who is responsible for the death of Prado's younger brother. Meanwhile at home, Dexter is faced with... MORE a decision to make concerning Rita and her kid

EPISODE 3.3
1 January 2008

The Lion Sleeps Tonight

Dexter and a pedophile have a run-in; Dexter is unable to restore Freebo's good name after he is accused of a murder he didn't commit. Also, Dexter's friendship with Miguel weighs on his mind.

EPISODE 3.4
1 January 2008

All In the Family

Ramon's career may be in jeopardy due to his obsession with Oscar's killer. Meanwhile, Dexter does a great job in keeping Ramon off balance by manipulation. Deb refuses to "be a rat" after Internal Affairs... MORE presses her to come up with more dirt on Quinn. Also, Rita and Dexter decide it's time to tell the children about her "condition," and Angel's quest for companionship nearly get's him in deep water.

EPISODE 3.5
1 January 2008

Turning Biminese

As Dexter struggles when Rita pushes to move in together before getting married, Miguel tells Dexter that a husband has murdered his two wives for a financial gain and gotten away with it. Dexter finds this... MORE to be the perfect candidate to get away and satisfy that dark urge which every man with relationship pressures go through. Dexter tracks the murderer to Bimini. While he is on the hunt, Rita disappears due to a medical emergency. Meanwhile, Debra works with Anton, her confidential informant to track down one of Freebo’s criminal confidants. But Oddly enough Debra finds herself attracted to Anton.

EPISODE 3.6
1 January 2008

Sí Se Puede

Dexter tests Miguel to see if he is on his dark-side job. Rita questions her career path after being fired from her job. Debra believes she in some way caused another homicide while working on... MORE her current case.

EPISODE 3.7
1 January 2008

Easy as Pie

Dexter angers Miguel when he says no to his latest offer, who's unsure the next target lives up (or down) to Harry's Code. Meanwhile, an elderly, deathly ill Camilla asks Dexter to kill her, insisting... MORE she would never ask a friend to do something against his conscience. Also, Rita discovers that Sylvia believes her husband Miguel has had an affair; and Anton is told he is bait to get at Skinner.

EPISODE 3.8
1 January 2008

The Damage a Man Can Do

Dexter undertakes to teach Miguel the Code, but doesn't realize he's whetting his partner's thirst for blood. Meanwhile, Debra is one step closer to finding the Skinner but a secret revealed about Anton sends him... MORE packing.

EPISODE 3.9
1 January 2008

About Last Night

Miguel and Dexter's friendship is impacted when Rita confronts Miguel about his alleged infidelity. Believing Skinner has abducted Anton, Debra pulls out all the stops to find hi

EPISODE 3.10
1 January 2008

Go Your Own Way

A series of chess-like moves ensues when Dexter and Miguel vie for the upper hand, with Miguel winning Rita's affection by presenting her with a lavish wedding gift. Elsewhere, Debra wonders if her relationship with... MORE Anton is worth the trouble.

EPISODE 3.11
1 January 2008

I Had a Dream

While preparing for his big wedding day, Dexter has to figure out a way to remove Miguel from his life for good. In the meantime, Rita has troubles of her own, when Syl reveals that... MORE Miguel has been seeing one of his old flames. Debra finds a new clue that brings her even closer to catching the Skinner.

EPISODE 3.12
1 January 2008

Do You Take Dexter Morgan?

It is the day before Dexter's wedding and Dexter must deal with two people targeting him, while preparing for his special occasion. Meanwhile, Angel tells Deb he's put her in for a promotion, but after... MORE he finds out some information her shield may be gone before she gets it.

Dexter: Season 3 / Reviews

A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Season Three is off and running nicely.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

"Dexter" begins its third season reminding us just how ingeniously it punctuates the violence of everyday life.

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

It's an unexpected rush, the urgency of brilliance. Let's hope "Dexter" keeps it up.

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Variety

Variety

Few of Showtime's series have managed to be this fully realized and consistently entertaining.

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

The character of Dexter is, on many levels, pure biology.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Dexter's ensuing evolution from serial killer to reluctant family man is gripping.

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Vulture

Vulture

It's already feeling a bit like a reshuffle.

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IGN

IGN

[Michael C. Hall's] inner monologue and vermouth-dry narrative offer a pitch perfect "take my hand" trek into the mind of a serial killer, as his heart slowly grows three sizes too large.

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New York Daily News

New York Daily News

There's a danger with a character as striking as Dexter that everyone else will become peripheral, to the detriment of the show, but that isn't happening here.

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Film School Rejects

Film School Rejects

The most complexly inventive season of Dexter's three.

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

I'm interested but not engrossed, though it offers the potential for a change-up in the Dexter storyline.

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Collider

Collider

All the archetypical characters seem to be horrendous call-backs to John Hughes or the like -- a feature that I have never found endearing about the series, even at its inception.

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