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    Robert William McCormack
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    Returns Sunday, October 2nd at 9pm on Showtime

     

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    Showtime, notorious for their leaks, has fallen victim to leaks yet again, as Dexter made its way online a couple of days ago.

     

    “Those Kinds of Things”

    Season 6, episode 1 (episode 61 overall), written by Scott Buck (#13), directed by John Dahl (#8)

    Guest starring Edward James Olmos, Colin Hanks, Brea Grant, Aimee Garcia, Joe Brotherton, Kristen Miller

     

    This really felt like classic Dexter.  The show is very light and happy with lots of humour and Dexter being socially awkward.  The show looks to be back on track and could earn its series nomination.

     

    A few very strange visual choices prevent “Those Kinds of Things” from being a directing or editing submission and it does not seem like a writing or acting tape either.  It was a fine episode, but its standalone qualities probably exclude it from the series reel.

     

    Edward James Olmos had just a couple scenes, neither of which were substantial, but he will surely get a nomination like the last three Special Guest Stars.  Cn the other hand, Colin Hanks (who is really not a teenager anymore) could very well end the show’s 100% success rate with billed “Special Guest Stars” getting Emmy nominations.  He just seems too young and could be overshadowed by Olmos’s name.

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    Just caught “Those Kinds Of Things” online. Very strong premiere, arguably stronger than just about all of the mess that was Season 5. I loved the return of that classic “Dexter” humor, and this seasons case — Edward James Olmos, Colin Hanks, and the water snakes — seem like a genuinely compelling one. 

     

    Really quite excited to have “Dexter” back in top form. I’ve got high hopes for this season.

     

    Episode Grade for “Those Kinds of Things”: A-

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    Yawn.  I thought this was too formulaic/episodic, especially for a season premiere.  The season-long arc with Olmos might be interesting, but there wasn’t enough here to be certain.  Also, that shootout  was pretty stupid and pointless (I kept wishing Quinn would take one to the head). 

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    Haven’t seen this leaked season premiere yet, but I’m absolutely tired of the circular nature of this series. Anyone who discovers Dexter’s true identity is either killed or sent on their merry way. I’m awaiting the episode where Deb discovers who her brother really is, at which point we might have a moral conundrum on this show worth talking about.

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    Yawn.  I thought this was too formulaic/episodic, especially for a season premiere.  The season-long arc with Olmos might be interesting, but there wasn’t enough here to be certain.  Also, that shootout  was pretty stupid and pointless (I kept wishing Quinn would take one to the head). 

     

    Shootout? Maybe I saw an edited version of the premiere, but there was no shootout in the episode I watched. 

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    You did not see an edited version; the shootout was just forgettable and “pointless”.

     

    It was when Quinn and Deb were at dinner and Quinn went to the bathroom.

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    Reviews are saying that the premiere and Mos are good, but the two after and Olmos and Hanks are bad.

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    Mos Def and the premiere being good do not necessarily mean that Mos Def was good in the premiere. Mos Def was good and the premiere was also good. He’ll probably come in the next episode and make up for their alleged mediocrity.

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    Episode Title: “Those Kinds Of Things”

     

    Synopsis: In the sixth season premiere, Dexter Morgan attends his 20th high school reunion to hunt a former Prom King; Homicide’s investigation into a gruesome, faith-based murder causes Dexter to ask some spiritual questions and consider his son’s legacy; solid in her relationship with Quinn and her role as detective, Debra becomes an unexpected hero.

     

    Guest Stars: Edward James Olmos, Colin Hanks

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