Dexter Season 8 Episode 11 Watch Free Video Online
Dexter Season 8 Episode 11We're in the home stretch of Dexter's eight year run and the last episode (Goodbye Miami) ended with Dr Vogel getting her throat cut by her Brain Surgeon Killer son, Daniel. She died in Dexter's arms, covered in blood much like his real mother. This episode starts moments later with Dexter blaming himself for her death because he's been straddling two worlds. The first is his Dark Passenger side and the second is his relationship with Hannah. So Dexter begins by erasing all evidence that points to him from Vogel's life because he has to call in the murder to his squad at Metro. Angel and Quinn quiz him about the murder and the crime scene and after a while they let him go home where he tells Debra the truth about Vogel's murder. She's also upset because without Vogel helping them, she and Dexter wouldn't have found their way back together.
Hannah brings Harrison into the room and she hands Dexter their new travel itinerary of escape which starts in two days. Dexter has underestimated Daniel all season and he's doing it again.
Dex is also tying up loose ends of his personal life before he moves by selling off his property. And look who shows up to sell his condo? It's Sylvia Prado, the wife of the now late ADA Miguel Prado, from season three. She excited because she says six people are coming by to check out his place for purchase. Is one of them Daniel Saxon?
Back at Metro, Vince tells Dexter that Vogel's house is clean of evidence while he's looking for old places that Saxon inspected for his job which might give him a clue about his location. Finally, he finds a prime candidate: an old hospital that has been condemned by Saxon. Niki walks in and tells him that Quinn has him in the interrogation room. Of all people, Saxon is sitting there answering Quinn's questions about Cassie's murder since he put out an alert looking for him. Dexter takes a DNA sample from him as per Quinn's request and then Quinn lets him leave.
Debra comes back to Metro and Dexter fills her in about Saxon's stop into Metro and is giddy with joy because now having a DNA sample, he can tie him into his old life of being Daniel Vogel, the psychopathic murderous son of the now deceased Elizabeth Vogel. Debra loves the idea, but is also perplexed by Dexter's behavior.
Before Hannah and Vogel, Dexter's bloodlust would have forced him to kill Daniel in his murder room regardless of Debra's wishes or anything else in the world, but the times, they are a-changin'.
Dexter goes to check out the condemned hospital and it's spookier than a Vincent Price House of Horrors. He immediately finds Daniel's torture chair and kill room where he saw Zach murdered. Dexter is having a familiar conversation with his alter-father and a new feeling creeps into his psyche: anticipation. He has so much anxiety about it that he can't wait two days to kill Daniel---he needs him dead now. That's not good coming from Dexter, who's always been meticulous about his kills That's why he's made it this far.
Debra: That doesn't sound like the old Dexter.
Dexter: Maybe I'm not like the old Dexter.
Dexter had been in a long disagreement with Doctor Vogel about this. She didn't believe he could really turn away from his impulse to kill or have any real feeling towards people, especially Hannah. However, sloppiness has never been one of his defects of character. In his search Dexter finds Saxon's computer and on it are videos of all his gruesome kills which gives Dexter an idea.
Deputy Marshall Do Right shows up at Debra's desk at the station and wants to know who the blonde lady was that used her name to take Harrison to the emergency room? Debra says it was her and and nobody else, the receptionist must have been wrong about the hair. Cooper says he believes her, but you and I know different. He's sizing up the situation and will pounce when the time is wrong for the Morgans.