Finally, things are getting good, nail-biting, edge of your seat good, on Dexter! With only three episodes left, things are getting intense.
This week, Dexter decided to check out one of Jordan Chase’s seminar, where Chase delivers one central message, “We are born primal, conceived with the impulse to fight for what we desire. It’s written in our genes; it’s ingrained in our souls. But we’ve traded the wilderness for pavement, tress for skyscrapers, we’ve lost touch with our instincts. It’s time to tap into your primal selves and seize the power of instinct.” This actually resonates with Dex, who is only there to scope out Cole, his next victim. “Instincts are all I’ve ever had,” Dexter thinks to himself.
Chase asks Dexter to come up to his suite where he interrogates him about Rita’s death. “I have to say, Trinity fascinated me on a deep level,” he admits. “What else did Jordan and I have in common?” Dexter wonders.
In the meantime, Lumen gets a call from her ex, Owen, who wants her to meet him for coffee, she agrees to meet him for coffee, the next day (after she picks up supplies for the Cole kill). That night, Dexter and Lumen prepare the hotel room together for Cole’s kill. He helps him lay out plastic and he thinks to himself that it is “easier with two people” as he watches her roll out sheets of plastic.