Dexter's Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter Discuss Real-Life Divorce
It's an awkward thing to talk about your personal life in front of a Hall, for his part, said it was "gratifying" to be able to continue his professional relationship with his ex. marry, or kill Carpenter's character Deb, she interrupted with, "You . True Thompson May Be Getting a Sibling Sooner Than You Think. Michael Carlyle Hall (born February 1, ) is an American actor. He is best known for his roles as Dexter Morgan, a serial killer and blood Early in life Hall discovered acting and performed in What Love Is while in second grade at Ravenscroft Jennifer Carpenter played his adoptive sister, Debra Morgan. .. Daily Mail. Note: Do not read on if you haven't seen Season 7, Episode 8 of “Dexter,” titled “ Argentina.” Deb - Dex Drama: Congratulations to whoever had.
We just took it as far as we possibly could. Yes, it's definitely going to affect her and Dexter in a very big way. What was the decision behind bringing Deb to this point where she's done something she obviously immediately regretted? It's a difficult question to ask because this just felt like such a natural story line for Deb to take once she discovered who Dexter was from that moment in the church, and to not arrest him and try to find a way to live with it.
It just felt like it was inevitable that it would lead down this path. Looking at the logistics, she shot her with her own gun.
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How does that change Dexter's initial plan to set LaGuerta up in a firefight against Estrada? I think he can still implement that plan. He might have to make a few quick changes there, but this is someone who has covered up a lot and is a forensics expert and will know how to deal with this — especially if you're the forensics expert on the scene collecting the evidence and interpreting the evidence.
How does this affect Dexter and Deb's relationship next season? Is this the turning point they can't come back from? It's definitely a turning point for the two of them and that's going to be a lot of what we explore in Season 8. This is going to have a huge effect on both of them. They're not just bonded in their complicated brother-sister relationship anymore. Now, it's imbued with this tragedy they both share.
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Will Hannah turn Dexter in? Will he feel guilty over what Deb has done or is he just so grateful? I think he's going to have very complicated feelings when we come back to him this next season. I think he might feel worse for what he's done to Deb than for what happened to LaGuerta. He's killed so many people that adding one more that is outside the code so dramatically is fairly big deal to him, but I don't think anything is as important to him as his sister and the effect that he as on her.
Dexter did step outside the code to kill LaGuerta. Will he do this more?
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Or is he desperate to stay away from doing that? I think that will cause him to examine exactly why he kills. He did a kill in Episode 10 that was completely outside the code that was done for love to protect Hannah. So he's willing to step outside the code; he's just doing it in a more mature way and accepting responsibility for what he does, rather than just simply blaming it on some Dark Passenger within him. The code is something that's always been very valuable to him and I don't think he's going to step away from it.
Dexter showed up at party in his kill suit. What was that representative of? I think it was just to show how separate from the rest of the world these two are, walking through a party that they clearly did not belong to. It's also interesting that that scene was shot at the same place where the Season 1 finale was shot, where Dexter had the fantasy of walking down that exact same street and being greeted as a hero.
Will there still be suspicions about Dexter next season — things LaGuerta may have put in place in case she was killed?
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At this point, we're not following that story line in a big way. Towards the end of Season 7, no one was believing anything that LaGuerta was saying about this and it looked like Dexter has effectively put that to rest. The fact that the warrants were still on her desk meant that they had not yet been filed. Hannah Yvonne Strahovski is still out there. Is there a chance we'll see her next season?
I certainly hope so. Is Deb still in her crosshairs? Or is she more focused Dexter? I think Dexter has far exceeded anything that Deb may have done to her, so if Hannah comes back for anyone, I think it's going to be Dexter first and Deb would just be an afterthought. How does Deb's admission change everything?
In that same vein, fans still wonder about Lumen Julia Stiles being out there. Is there ever a chance for that to be rekindled, especially since he no longer blames everything on his Dark Passenger?
Lumen's name comes up almost every season, but as of yet, we have made no plans for that character to return.
I think she'll be much happier without Dexter in her life. Are you guys going to continue to explore whether Dexter can have love in his life? But I don't think you can really move past Hannah McKay.
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I think that was Dexter's first true love and first adult relationship and I don't think he's going to recover from that one for a while. December 21, at 6: This is an article about Michael C. I can't even tell you how annoying this is after I've recently watched the first two seasons and really enjoyed the show. I hope a spoiler ruins a television series for you, so you learn your lesson.
December 18, at 8: It shows when there are classically trained actors like the Trinity killer. Lumen was a goon the character. And Emily Rose please eat some food. December 16, at I'm glad I'm not in that cast though. If she was talking about their problems on the set rather than keeping it between the two of them, I'd imagine it wasn't an amiable divorce.
Speaking to others in public about marriage problems implies you aren't able to talk in private. It's going to be really uncomfortable for the other cast and crew. They'll have to take sides. Probably a good thing its the last season.
December 16, at 2: Time to move on. December 15, at 3: Deb and Dexter between a sheet of plastic? Worst writing the show has ever seen, not to mention all the other flaws.
December 14, at Great Show December 14, at 9: I would have thought that after them going through his cancer together they would be able to survive anything. Really sad and shocking to hear December 14, at 9: Hall's work, He is what I would call a true professional at what he does,And that is being an actor,He's Not really a serial killer he just ACTS like one and he does a super super job at it.