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'Dexter' 4.08 Preview and Clips: Road Kill

November 09, 2009 06:41:09 GMT

The team narrows down the suspect to a retired Caucasian male while Dexter inches closer to Trinity upon an out-of-town trip.


'Dexter' 4.08 Preview and Clips: Road Kill
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A preview and two clips for the upcoming episode of "Dexter" have been unleashed to reveal that Dexter has a chance of killing Trinity. While standing on edge of a building, the character played by John Lithgow is pushed over by Dexter but held at hand. Dexter has the choice of letting him go or save him to know more about the beast.

When he discovers that Trinity is planning an out-of-town trip, Dexter sees an opportunity to ride along and gain insight into the mind of a fellow monster. Even so, Dexter isn't prepared for the startling revelations Trinity makes along the way, revelations about his own past which only serve to convince Dexter of what he must do.

Meanwhile, back at Miami Metro, Debra refuses to let a technicality keep her off the Trinity case. She works through others to ensure her voice is heard - that is, until she realizes that her single-minded pursuit of the Trinity Killer may have blinded her to the truth.

Dexter has always known his father's Code was meant to protect him from exposure. But after committing a serious mistake, he wonders if it could have been designed to protect him from something even more dangerous - human emotion.

"Road Kill" airs November 15 on Showtime.

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posted by duh-dumbosh on Nov 13, 2009
Debs pic would be there because of her loss....i.e. lundy. him being the only man she truly loved
posted by JDubz0928 on Nov 10, 2009
I'm thinkin Debs Picture was there so he can display it for trinity. How he does for everyone he kills
posted by dexterfan on Nov 09, 2009
Why would Debra's picture be on the kill table??? This is absolutely crazy! I can't wait for next week now!!!!!!!

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