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Kurt’s Blog: The Tale of Two Shows
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Dexter v. Breaking Bad

During last night’s Breaking Bad episode…I was actually getting choked up as the big shootout happened between Hank & Gomez v. Todd’s gang. Why was I choked up? Probably because it’s the end of Hank…(and Gomez, but I’m not concerned with him)…plus, maybe the end of Jesse? (Probably not though…I don’t see Jesse getting offed by thugs…if it’s going to happen, Walt has to pull the trigger, right?)

I was on the edge of my seat though throughout most the episode…and I loved it.

Then, my wife & I watched our favorite show…Dexter…which only has 2 episodes left, and I found myself actually getting disappointed in this final season. (My wife totally disagrees with me though).

But…

1 – I don’t care about Hannah…at all… I never have.

2 – I think I don’t want Dexter, Hannah, and Harrison to live happily ever after.

3 – Dr. Vogel was killed last night…and I had not a care in the world…in fact, glad to see her go. She has just completely slowed this season.

Showtime Celebrates 8 Seasons Of Dexter - Arrivals

4 – Vogel’s son just isn’t a compelling character.

5 – I do NOT care about Deb & Quinn…at all.

6 – I want to see Dexter on a table at some point…just for that moment. We saw it happen in Season 3…and it was a heart-stopping moment.

Listen, I love Dexter…I just want this show to end on a right note (whatever that note might be)….escaping to Argentina is a lame ending to me (but my wife totally disagrees…she loves this notion).

I just want Dexter to end good…so I am being ultra-critical…but I got burned so badly with “Lost”, that these are the things I continually worry about.

It’s Too Hot Today…

That is all

AWESOME is as AWESOME does!

 

 

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