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'Dexter' Season 4 Episode 10 'Lost Boys' Recap

by Jane Boursaw, posted Nov 30th 2009 2:57AM
Dexter: Lost Boys; John Lithgow as the Trinity KillerWhat happened on this week's 'Dexter' season 4 episode 10, 'Lost Boys'' -- in 100 words or less.

Just give John Lithgow the Emmy now! Never has Frankie Avalon's 'Venus' sounded creepier as when the Trinity Killer sang it to the boy he abducted. But Dexter was hot on his trail, leaving no vacant house, construction site or bomb shelter unturned.

Dexter finally caught up with him, just in time to pull the body-bagged kid, still alive, out of a wet cement hole. But dang, Arthur disappeared.Dexter: Lost Boys; John Lithgow as the Trinity KillerWhat happened on this week's 'Dexter' season 4 episode 10, 'Lost Boys'' -- in 100 words or less.

Just give John Lithgow the Emmy now! Never has Frankie Avalon's 'Venus' sounded creepier as when the Trinity Killer sang it to the boy he abducted. But Dexter was hot on his trail, leaving no vacant house, construction site or bomb shelter unturned.

Dexter finally caught up with him, just in time to pull the body-bagged kid, still alive, out of a wet cement hole. But dang, Arthur disappeared.

More bad news for Dexter: Debra pieced things together and hauled Christine off to the station, but not before Christine shared a tender moment with her homicidal dad. Quinn is in denial, though.

More recaps:
• In Danny Gallagher's review at TV Squad, he says the opening scene of Arthur abducting the young boy "has great pacing that builds a great deal of suspense all the way to the end."
Satellite TV Guru notes that Christine being in the slammer is a better fate than "if Daddy got his mitts on her!"

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