Morning Comes (Dexter)

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"Morning Comes"
Dexter episode
Episode no. Season 2
Episode 8
Directed by Keith Gordon
Written by Scott Buck
Production code 208
Original air date November 18, 2007 (2007-11-18)
Guest actors
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"Morning Comes" is the eighth episode of the second season and twentieth overall episode of the American television drama series Dexter, which first aired on 18 November 2007 on Showtime in the United States.[1] The episode was written by Scott Buck and was directed by Keith Gordon.

Plot[edit]

A desperate Lila sets her loft on fire in an effort to sustain her relationship with Dexter, but Dexter realizes that Lila is lying when she claims it was an accident. Jimenez visits Dexter and the suspicious Doakes breaks into Dexter's apartment and finds the hidden collection of blood slides. Lundy re-examines all of the department's old cases when he suspects that the Bay Harbor Butcher has a history in law enforcement. Rita tells Dexter that he is no longer welcome to visit her house or her children...

Production[edit]

Filming locations for the episode included the AMF Bowling Center in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, as well as sites in Palos Verdes Estates, and Santa Monica, California.[citation needed]

Reception[edit]

The episode was positively received. IGN's Eric Goldman gave the episode a rating of 8.8 out of 10, and commented that "[o]ne thing's for sure - when a show has you this involved and theorizing this much on what could happen, it's working especially well."[1] The A.V. Club critic Scott Tobias gave the episode a B+ grade and stated "Man oh man what a thrilling episode. I love when a great series like this one makes that decisive shift into the third act, when all those weeks of set-up and slowly ratcheted tension really start to pay off. While I’ve had some niggling problems with the season overall, I think the table has been set more effective than it was in Season One, because we’re getting a chance to see what happens when Dexter is put in a corner and has to fight his way out."[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Goldman, Eric (19 November 2007). "Dexter: "Morning Comes" Review". IGN. Retrieved 2014-03-04. 
  2. ^ Tobias, Scott (18 November 2007). "Dexter: "Morning Comes"". The A.V. Club. Retrieved 2014-03-04. 

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