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Desc:Michael C. Hall is an alien reptilian in real life & DEXTER totally hinted at it in the dialogue.
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Tags:dexter, reptilians, conspiracy theory, tinfoil hat, Michael C Hall
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Koda Maja - 2014-04-13
If only Dexter could have shape-shifted into a better show.
oddeye - 2014-04-13
Never seen this but all the married 28-35 year old women that my wife knows on facebook rave about it. I assume it's about an unattainable pretty-boy with an active social life who is also a glossed over serial killer in a transparent attempt to make him a badboy and to give the show some "bite".

I'd be pleasantly surprised if he decorated his basement walls with the faces of children or he had some other irredeemable quirk.

Maybe he could be the good kind of serial killer. Maybe he could be a psychotic hobo that collects tongues, only to steal the identity of an upper-town yuppie. Perhaps he is a reclusive handyman who dresses up in the skin of women he kills and fucks the corpse of his dead father. I'd watch that.

Probably kills other serial killers to do the cops a favour or some shit. In the time it's taken me to write and rewrite this I could have just watched a fucking episode.

exy - 2014-04-13
Or read the first paragraph of whatever wikipedia entry exists

Nominal - 2014-04-13
He started out the first season as that, but then they whitewashed him to draw in the fat housewife and cat lady contingent. Season 2 and beyond he just turned into a vigilante who almost exclusively targeted people who killed or mistreated women. So not only did he become an acceptable "bad boy", but he became an avenging angle against every stand in ex for the female audience. He lived his double life by pretending to be the perfect boyfriend to a boring plain single mom (the stand in for the audience).

You should have seen the Television Without Pity forum when Dexter fucked Delilah. You could smell the fatty tears as women fans raged against that "skank" for stealing Dexter from "them". Many pints of Haagen-Dazs were downed that week.

Nominal - 2014-04-13
It's hard to think of a promising show that slid further into shit than Dexter did. Maybe House M.D. or Twin Peaks?

oddeye - 2014-04-13
I'd rather live in my own world where almost everything I know and everything I don't is detestable filth.

Besides, I had fun writing that. Would you wager I'd have the same level of enjoyment from speed-reading a paragraph about some bullshit I am never, ever going to care about? Double in regards to watching an episode.

exy - 2014-04-13
What does your happiness have to do with mine? But seriously folks I'm just being an asshole here. Nominal's analysis is spot-on. It started out as a promising, navel-gazing examination of evil and turned into a Harlequin Romance, except more predictable. Now (or rather, since I've seen it) it's a "major guest character" per season, which characters only make you more tired of their actors, and whose main purpose is to introduce a conflict: "WILL DEXTER REMAIN A STATIC CHARACTER?". Now I've spent too much time on this show thanks to this comment alone.

oddeye - 2014-04-13
You are correct though, why would you care if I would have enjoyed your suggestion more than my own actions? Unless you placed some vested interest into your suggestion. Unlikely. Why then would you have written it if you didn't care if it was read? Am I reading too much into it or are you posting more into it than you know? Confliction.

Sexy Duck Cop - 2014-04-14
The first four seasons of Dexter were surprisingly taut thrillers that combined genuinely suspenseful--if predictable--cat-and-mouse hunts with a semiserious exploration of what it must be like to navigate the world as a sociopath, unable to experience firsthand the feelings people like us take for granted. There were some very funny, well-written moments where Dexter notices the absurdity in everyday life like a good anthropologist or comedian. This is why the show took off at first.

The last four seasons are a narrative trainwreck and a master class in how not to tell a story. Characters appear only to disappear seconds later, boring subplots come out of nowhere, major character arcs are completely forgotten, and every event, no matter how obvious, is triple-narrated by Dexter and a cavalcade of ghosts. Season 8 was so bad it felt like brilliant trolling, and I for one had a blast treating it as such.

Old_Zircon - 2014-04-14
Season 1 was based on a novel that's apparently one of the best mystery/crime thrillers of the last few decades, but after that they diverged from the books completely. the next couple seasons were still OK but every season the balance shifted more toward "I'm watching this to see what stupid idea they'll foist on the viewers next). Not even John Lithgow could save the later seasons from being completely embarrassing.

I watched the whole series, but my reasons for enjoying it evolved dramatically.

Old_Zircon - 2014-04-14
Supposedly the most recent novel is mostly about how deeply miserable and unfulfilled being a father and husband makes him, which wouldn't fly with the cat lady contingent I'm guessing.

EvilHomer - 2014-04-14
John Lithgow Season was the best season, but other than One, Two, and Lithgow, yeah, it was pretty ridiculous. Sexy Duck Cop pretty much nails it, especially the Season Eight bit. At that point, I'm pretty sure the writers just said "fuck it, we're going full camp" and the results were GLORIOUS. I can only hope True Blood will go out the same way.

Nominal - 2014-04-15
Dexter wasn't a sociopath after season 1. He was just some well meaning awkward dude who killed to protect catladies.

Mother_Puncher - 2014-04-13
How do we know this whole reptilian red herring isn't just some plot created by the Jews to distract people from knowing the Jews really run everything including controlling the reptilians?
kamlem - 2014-04-13
That's just what the Deros of the hollow earth _want_ you to think!

exy - 2014-04-13
I thought the conspiracy was run by fat men from Pluto?

Mother_Puncher - 2014-04-14
This is all just what the Jews want you to think. Have you stopped buying Heinz white vinegar?

MurgatroidMendelbaum - 2014-04-13
China is reptiles?
Adham Nu'man - 2014-04-14
What the fuck am I supposed to see?
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-04-14
You're supposed to see that by using words like "CONFESS" and imagery implying that to deny the validity of this broken individual's argument is like denying gravity or air, the existence of reptilians and the proof of this video is a foregone conclusion.

It's a very desperate "wake up sheeple" thing.

Adham Nu'man - 2014-04-14
I got that part. I'm talking about the thing with his eyes. I didn't see absolute shit happening with the eyes, whereas in other "shape-shifter" videos I could at least see the perceived "shifting" at the root of the inane rambling.

Sexy Duck Cop - 2014-04-14
Elway=Ellis=El Hiss=The Hiss

Jesus dude at least try to keep up.

oddeye - 2014-04-14

That guy - 2014-04-15
Some pretty tasty side-boob and a bunch of filler so your wife won't ask you why you favorited the video, she'll just suspect that you're into conspiracies or something and not that you want to slip your turgid wang under a side-boob and make it bounce with your wang's jump muscle.

It's at like 1:54 to 1:55 but you can put it on loop. The rest is just a smoke-screen.

Adham Nu'man - 2014-04-15
Thanks That Guy!

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