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Outside the Box Interview: The Men of 'Dexter'

by Neil Busch, posted Sep 22nd 2010 7:45PM
'Dexter' Outside the Box interview with Michael C. Hall, James Remar, C.S. Lee and Desmond HarringtonIn our Outside the Box interview, everyone's favorite serial killer, Michael C. Hall, and his 'Dexter' co-stars -- James Remar, C.S. Lee and Desmond Harrington -- answered questions submitted by fans.

The cast dug deep to answer your burning queries about which character is primed to be Doakes 2.0, if Trinity was Dexter's greatest foe and whether anyone is really safe from the mild-mannered blood splatter expert.

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Ask the Men of 'Dexter' Your Questions

by AOL TV Staff, posted Jul 26th 2010 6:30PM

Want to interview a serial killer? Here's your chance!

For our Outside the Box interview series, we're gathering the men of 'Dexter' -- Michael C. Hall (the killer, Dexter Morgan, himself); Desmond Harrington (Joey Quinn); C.S. Lee (Vince Masuka); and James Remar (Harry Morgan) -- to answer questions posed by fans.

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'Dexter' Stars on Working With Lithgow and What's Ahead in Season 5

by Anna Dimond, posted Dec 14th 2009 4:50PM
As fans reel from 'Dexter''s season 4 finale shocker, several of the show's stars are still savoring their experiences shooting it, and particularly the addition of guest star John Lithgow. The Oscar-nominated actor (and '3rd Rock from the Sun' alum) played this past season's resident baddie, the Trinity Killer -- a religious family man whose charitable works belied his dark side.

"It's been fantastic," said C.S. Lee, who plays show's geeky forensics expert, Vince Masuka. Lee and fellow stars spoke with Aol TV at Sunday's 'Dexter' finale party in Los Angeles. "I knew right from the first three or four episodes in [that] it was going to be great. Having John Lithgow with us -- he's an amazing actor, an amazing guy. And he's so nice in person, that when you see him play this serial killer, it's that much more creepy -- because you're drawn to him, and next thing you know, he's going to chop you on the head with a hammer."

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Review: Dexter - Hungry Man

by Danny Gallagher, posted Nov 23rd 2009 4:59AM
Dexter: Hungry Man
(S04E09) "Everything is exactly the way it should be. Perfect." - Rita Morgan

The season is almost over and that means things are bound to ramp up as Dexter moves in closer to kill the Trinity Killer. But this week, we get treated to a special Thanksgiving episode. Think of it as a sordid cross between the "Thanksgiving Day" episode from Father Knows Best mixed with the director's cut of any episode of Twin Peaks.

After explaining his identity, background and own "Dark Passenger," this week's episode dove head first into his family who aren't as Norman Rockwell as Arthur Mitchell might want Dexter and the rest of the world to believe. It turns out they are probably the most interesting aspect of Mitchell's twisted life and could turn out to be a huge asset to bringing the man down, now that he no longer has them in his upper hand.

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Behold the majesty of Masuka's truck

by Danny Gallagher, posted Oct 23rd 2009 8:02PM
A recent episode of Showtime's Dexter titled "Blinded By the Light" was probably one of the weakest episodes in recent memory, but one moment saved it from becoming a total yawn-fest: Masuka's bad ass truck.

For those who don't know the backstory, Dexter got in a very serious accident while driving home from a recent kill and fell asleep behind the wheel. He suffered a concussion and doctor's orders prevented him from driving. So one night, Masuka drives our boy home in the biggest, most bad ass 4-by-4 with lighting painted down the sides, suspension that reached the sky and a stereo system that could let him listen to loud, obnoxious country music from space.

C.S. Lee and Michael C. Hall in Masuka's badass truck on Dexter
Sounds like Dexter isn't the only one trying to wear a "mask" to hide a deep, dark secret.

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