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'Dexter' Season 5, Episode 1 (Season Premiere) Recap

by Sandie Angulo Chen, posted Sep 27th 2010 10:13AM
['Dexter' - 'My Bad']

DexterAmerica's favorite serial killer 'Dexter' is back for a fifth season, and now he's a widower in a grief-induced fog. The last time we saw Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall), he had returned home from finally killing the Trinity Killer (so awesomely played by Emmy-winner John Lithgow) to find his baby Harrison sitting in a pool of blood, and his wife Rita (Julie Benz) murdered in the bathtub.

But how does a psychopath grieve? Apparently, he randomly and bloodily kills a belligerent scumbag at a boat gas station. Until Dexter unleashed his rage at the idiotic boater (Note to readers: Telling a guy who's just admitted his wife just died "Your dead wife can suck my d--k" is likely to get your head bashed in), he had no idea how to show how upset he was with himself for being responsible for Rita's death.

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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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'Gossip Girl' - 'The Empire Strikes Jack' Recap

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Mar 29th 2010 11:10PM
Gossip Girl(S03E16) "I'm a firm believer in second chances." - Eleanor

I'm a believer in second chances, as well, but some people don't deserve second chances. Where 'Gossip Girl' is concerned, two of these people are Jack and Agnes. Both are bad news and only bring pain to our favorite characters.

Thankfully, the show brought back two beloved recurring characters that bring some balance to the dark side brought by Agnes and Jack: Eleanor and Dorota. How long has it been since we last saw those two? Long enough for Eleanor to have a complete new line of clothes ready to show the world and for Dorota to be ready to pop!

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Gone Too Soon: Sons & Daughters

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 12th 2009 5:03PM
Sons & Daughters
ABC has a certified hit with their big sprawling look at an American Modern Family. But this isn't their first foray into a big family sitcom. In 2006, they aired a partially improvised comedy about a big, sprawling American family.

Sons & Daughters was barely on a month, but it sunk its talons into me and still hasn't let go. With mostly improvised dialogue, there was something very honest about the language they spoke, complete with the stammers and stutters that make up real conversation. The show was honest, heartfelt and funny. And with a massive cast, it felt like we were constantly on the verge of total chaos somewhere.

It looks like Sons & Daughters was ahead of its time, hitting the air when Americans were touting the sitcom as a dying format. Goss needed to hold out until this season, somehow. Now we're taking a hard look at the sitcom again, and finding that we do like it. It just has to be good. Sons & Daughters was good.

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