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Scary Sundays

Sunday nights just got scarier, darker, and a lot more exciting. Dexter is returning on Sept. 30 for its seventh season to yet again scare and entice its viewers.

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Peyton Herzog - Staff Writer

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Sunday nights just got scarier, darker and a lot more exciting. Dexter is returning on Sept. 30 for its seventh season to yet again scare and entice its viewers. The season finale ended with Deb finally catching Dexter in the act of murder. Although she was initially looking for Dexter to reveal her true feelings for him, her new discovery will definitley change the entire plot. Will she join in on his schemes or report him? Will she discover that Dexter is really the Bay Harbor Butcher? Will she fall out of love with him or will she end up being just another victim? I anticipate that this season will be less about murder, but more about the complexity of Dexter and Deborah’s relationship. This season will answer many questions that have lingered around since the first season and will change Dexter and Deborah’s entire relationship as a couple and as siblings. This season is sure to be a killer.

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