Line(s) of the Day #Dexter

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We all make rules for ourselves. It’s these rules that help define who we are. So when we break those rules we risk losing ourselves and becoming something unknown. Who is Deb now? Who am I? Is this a new beginning or the beginning of the end?

Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) in the gloriously dark series Dexter (2006 – 2013)

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40 thoughts on “Line(s) of the Day #Dexter

      • Dexter? I think I just saw him on Six Feet Under… I don’t know Poldark. Just checked it out online to see the guy. Not very familiar to me…

      • I saw him in Six Feet Under too. I wish I could find a quote for Line of the Day but can’t remember one springing to mind. And Poldark guy is everywhere in the UK. Coming to the US too I hear…

      • A brilliantly insightful and yet provocative show. Such flair and style. Did you see a show called Hostages btw? I saw the Israeli original. Really well done.

      • I watched only a few episodes of Hostages and it was excellent, but very hard to watch. I think Homeland was a little based on it. They took the idea. There’s another brilliant Israeli show called Fauda. Very very good! It means a mess in Arabic.

      • I liked it yeah. The American versuion of Hostages In stopped after two episodes. Didn’t think it was well made. I saw the first three series of Homeland, US version, but it really dropped off in that series and I gave up.

      • Actually, we watched the mini-series Hostages. It lasted 15 episodes (one season) which was great because to go on would have been stupid. I was actually pleased that they didn’t stretch it out for nothing.

      • I could never watch the same show in two versions, and tend to go for the original. Glad they stopped at a season. From how the Israeli one ended, have no idea where they could have taken it.

      • Really? It wasn’t that good? I didn’t watch it myself but had the impression it was worthy… Hmmm… Well, check out Fauda if you have the chance. It’s excellent 🙂

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