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I don't know what Brodeur wants... They wrapped it up pretty well. People finding out who he is essentially ends the show. I don't know about you, but I'd rather keep watching Dexter and for it to not end just yet.
Brodeur also doesn't get that the show isn't about Dexter being a sneaky serial killer and almost getting caught frequently. That's added suspense. The show is about the character himself. The show does its best to wrap up things surrounding the character, but the main point is creating stories that develop the character and they've done a great job with that. The character, Dexter, is a much different person than when the show first started. The show is about that evolution.
That's ********. Dexter is a cop-out show that can't handle complicated storylines, which is why they have a new Serial Killer every season that is supposed to teach Dexter these lessons to learn from. The biggest decision he had was to turn himself in, frame Doakes or kill Doakes, and they went for the biggest ******* cop-out possible so he didn't have to do any of that.
And what I'm referring to in not mentioning BHB is that SEVERAL people have seen Dexter in compromising positions, and not one has connected him to being the BHB. Hell, no one has even said BHB one ******* time since the season 2 finale. As far as Deb finding out, why the hell not? Why not actually change up the format (outside of the fact that the writers aren't good enough to do it)?