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What happened with the series finale of Dexter? Ask the writer!

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I wish this was true! He never came back after the end of last season.

Wow. Some horrible responses from the writers of Dexter regarding the finale. Enjoy?

Interviewer: The finale didn’t give closure to those in Miami Metro, especially Quinn (Desmond Harrington), who lost Deb in the end.
Colleton: It was always a story about Dexter and Dexter’s journey, and since he’s exiled himself from this world, you’re going to have to use your imagination. I think Quinn was devastated. He finally found his match.

Why kill Deb?
Colleton: It was never about Deb’s story. It’s about Dexter’s story. Just like in Season 4, when Dexter played fast and loose with Trinity (John Lithgow) and Rita (Julie Benz) died. Here, Deb is the most meaningful person in his life and he’s the most advanced he’s been as a human being. The price you pay for being a fully alive, aware human being is the true nature of his crimes.

The finale didn’t give closure to those in Miami Metro, especially Quinn (Desmond Harrington), who lost Deb in the end.
Colleton: It was always a story about Dexter and Dexter’s journey, and since he’s exiled himself from this world, you’re going to have to use your imagination. I think Quinn was devastated. He finally found his match.

Interviewer: Did you consider other possible endings?
Colleton: There was never any other way. Two years ago we plotted this out. There may have been little different mechanics along the way, but it was always going to be that the ultimate punishment for his hubris was the death of Deb, who is the touchstone and soulmate of his existence.
Let’s talk about Hannah and Harrison. She will now have to raise him in Argentina. But I was always curious to know whether Harrison would’ve inherited Dexter’s urges. Is that something you could explore in a potential spin-off?
Colleton: There have been a million spin-off ideas right now, but absolutely nothing is being contemplated. It’s just that Hannah is going to have to raise Harrison. I don’t think Harrison has any tendencies. Dexter has been an exemplary dad. That’s one of the ironies. In attempting to fake it, he became it.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2013/09/23/dexter-postmortem-sara-colleton-jennifer-carpenter-dissect-end-serial-killer/#ixzz2fioDQXzx

Are you KIDDING me? The writers of a show about a SERIAL KILLER know so little about serial killers that they think that Dexter raising him the right way is going to keep him from being a serial killer? Wow. Unbelievable. Maybe they could have tried just the tiniest bit of research on a subject that they are writing about and getting paid to write about! She also mentioned TWICE that it was a story about Dexter and not about anyone else. Yeah, exactly. Who cares about anyone else? Forget them! It’s just about Dexter. Even though they said that, it still doesn’t seem like they even realized that much! A show about a serial killer that forgot that they were writing about a serial killer. Fantastic!

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