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Episode 8 put things back into slow motion for Dexter fans and left them wondering when and where the suspense will be. Will it ever come back to the show that swept them away for a few seasons? And what the writers will do for the few episodes that remain?Dexter Photo: Randy Tepper: Showtime

‘Sin of Omission’ was an ok episode. Some things were blown off in ways that one normally wouldn’t let them go, and other things were so bizarre it was hard to watch and keep a willing suspension of disbelief. Dexter and Deb had a few scenes with their issues about Dexter not telling Deb he would be off for a week instead of a day, and Deb trying to ‘talk’ to Dexter because she never lets him open up to her. She saw a pen from Nebraska and realized he went and saw Jonah. Deb is also upset that Dexter didn’t tell her he went there, and that he can talk to Jonah but not her, since Trinity killed Lundy, too.

Deb sees her therapist and realizes it might be her fault Dexter never opens up because the conversation is always about her. So Deb tries to get Dexter out to dinner and he brushes her off, saying he has things to do (he is really going to find Gellar at an old church). When he comes home to say goodnight to Harrison before running back out, Deb is there and gets pissed he won’t open up to her for even a minute!

Dexter goes to Sam’s memorial service and is handed Sam’s bible. He wonders if he can or will ever see the light. He pays a visit to Travis at work and asks why Holly was freed. Travis tells Dexter he’s been thinking about what Dexter said and how he doesn’t want to hurt anyone.

Later Dexter is called to a crime scene and it turns out it’s Travis’ sister as the ‘whore of Babylon.’ As the investigation is unfolding, Dexter wonders whether Travis played a part. Deb however, tells him that there were no numbers in the victim’s body.

 

 
Meanwhile, Travis is now chained in Gellar’s hideout church. Gellar tells Travis he had to do it because she talked to the cops, which is true (Deb stopped by and interviewed her earlier in the show). Deb took to the streets to help the detectives find Gellar’s assistant. During this time, LaGuerta was constantly on her back asking why they weren’t any closer and why Deb wasn’t behind a desk. Then another homicide victim was found (unrelated to the Doomsday spree), but LaGuerta brushed it off as an overdose and then urged Deb to close the case. When Deb finally closed it, LaGuerta made a cryptic call to say it was all taken care of…

At Miami Metro HQ, Angel is upset that his sister, Jamie, is still dating Masuka’s intern Louis. She asked Angle to have dinner with them. Then at dinner, Jamie excused herself for the ladies room and Angel told Louis that Jamie’s too young to get close to anyone. Later, Louis was ignoring Jamie’s texts.

The show wraps up with Dexter popping in at a church where he believes Gellar is hanging out. He pulls in, enters the building and finds Travis in chains. Travis says he’ll help Dexter and the audience sees Gellar hiding in the background.

Whatever happens next, the season is coming near an end, and it’s almost time for Dexter to get that kill.

Dexter airs Sunday nights at 9pm on Showtime, and if you’re too busy watching Sunday Night Football to tune in, there is an encore presentation Monday nights at 9pm.

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Did you ever have that awkward run in with an old friend or acquaintance and they inevitably ask the poignant question “What have you been up to?”, and you got nuthin’?   Or at least after having asked them the same question and hearing how they single handedly returned Siam to a self- governing nation, and re-populated a small village in Uganda with flax seed and honey, you don’t feel very comfortable about your own accomplishments.
 
This plagues me all of the time, and it’s not because I want to get into a “pissing contest” with someone over who’s making more of their life, but I succumb to an immediate intimidation that I haven’t accomplished anything TRULY purposeful.   Obi Wan photo: spatiallyadjusted.com

It’s such a subjective word; “purposeful”.  A purposeful accomplishment in one day to a person may be to run a marathon, and maybe to another walk at all.  I’m going to try to not fall into this Jedi Mind Trick anymore and immediately filter through an internal rolodex for the most impressive fact about myself when asked.

The bottom line is if I have to dig to find purpose, then I don’t have the definition of PURPOSE correct.  I don’t know what the definition is because, truth be told, it differs between us all.  My perspective is going to attempt to from now on when asked “what have you been up to?” rather than focusing on all the classic standards I haven’t accomplished, like marriage and children, I’ll find deeper value and pride in what I have.  

Just recently I ran into a friend who I haven’t seen in over ten years. I asked the common question of him and “well I just completed two tours in Iraq, finished special agent training with the US States Department and function as a liaison in the foreign affairs division specifically.”  Um…wow.  When it was my turn I immediately got intimidated and desperately took inventory of what I’ve been doing, and at that moment my catalogue felt so empty that I almost found myself commenting on my new found ability to make really really good deviled eggs. I had nuthin.’  But it shouldn’t have been true and here’s where the purposeful concept really is tested, because with all of the grandiose valor and impressive recent activities he listed, he never mentioned his newborn son. I had come across this information through a third party and was whole heartedly expecting to hear this bit of news, and it never came.  

I don’t know why it was never mentioned, maybe he thinks that is a piece which “scares” off women, or maybe he holds that fact the MOST purposeful and doesn’t see the advantage of using it as a chit-chat item. Whatever the reason, it was obvious interpretation that what is purposeful differs.

We all have accomplishments, just be sure you’re not allowing your own to get lost in any other shadows because there will be those who cast a far and wide fog, and it’s easy to lose sight of them. You know what they are, so don’t let them get downplayed, especially by yourself.  It’s not so simple to learn how to be your “biggest fan,” but at least make more attempts to not be your own worst enemy.  

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The Delaware Valley Stroke Council held its 16th Anniversary “Stars for Stroke” gala November 12th, hosted by Shirleen Allicot of 6abc.  The event honored several locals who have been instrumental in stroke care in the Greater Delaware Valley.

Dr. Ben Usatch of the Lankenau Hospital Emergency Department and the late B. Franklin Diamond who worked at Abington Memorial Hospital were both honored as the Physicians of the Year. Toby Mazer and her grandchildren with the proclamations and her Lifetime Achievement Award, which were all presented to her by Shirleen Allicot of 6abc.

Sam and Sharyn Abramowitz were awarded with the Stroke Survivor and Caretaker of the Year. The Merion Civic Association also awarded Mr. and Mrs. Abramowitz as 32-year residents of Merion whom exemplify strength and strong values to members of the community. The Lower Merion Commissioners awarded them for being 32-year residents of Merion and congratulated them for the Stroke Survivor and Caregiver of the Year Award.

Recognition was also given to Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Physicians in the Greater Delaware Valley.

The Lifetime Achievement Award was given to Toby Mazer, M.P.H., who founded the Delaware Valley Stroke Council.  Mazer also received proclamations from the Camden County Freeholders and Larry Farnese, representing the Pennsylvania State Senate, to congratulate her on her work to improve stroke care.  Lastly, she received a proclamation from the State of New Jersey Legislature that states that November 12th, 2012 will be celebrated as Toby Rotman Mazer Day in Cherry Hill.

The event took place at the Hilton on City Avenue where hundreds of people enjoyed food and cocktails before participating in a silent auction to benefit the DVSC. The event raised approximately $200,000.  The Delaware Valley Stroke Council aims to reduce the incidence and impact of stroke through heightened public awareness, continuing professional education and legislative and patient advocacy.

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In just its fourth year, “The Comcast Holiday Spectacular” has become a must-see holiday tradition in Philadelphia, entertaining thousands of people of all ages and spreading holiday cheer.   Comcast Holiday Spectacular at Comcast Center starts Thanksgiving Day.

Full of captivating original holiday imagery and music, this year’s 15-minute show dazzles with new and enchanting scenes from The Nutcracker, beautifully performed by the renowned Pennsylvania Ballet, a magical sleigh ride through the snow covered Pennsylvania countryside, the majestic sounds of a 64-piece orchestra, and the harmony of the Commonwealth Youth Choir’s  Keystone State Boychoir and Pennsylvania Girlchoir, and more.

Shown on The Comcast Experience video wall ― the world’s largest 4mm LED video display ― it can be seen at the top of each hour at Comcast Center from Thanksgiving Day through New Year’s Day.  

In the spirit of the season, The Comcast Holiday Spectacular 2011 welcomes all to share in celebrating the holidays in this free, unique, and family-friendly tradition.  

Comcast Center, 1701 John F. Kennedy Blvd., PhiladelphiaThanksgiving Day – New Year’s Day

Daily, 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. 15-minute shows at the top of each hour(Shows are not presented on weekdays at 5:00 p.m.)

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Really!? How is it possible? Those were the questions Dexter fans asked themselves in the first few minutes of episode 7. The show kicked off with Dexter and his brother Brian on Dexter’s boat, discussing the darkness and dumping a body.
 
Deb called and told him to meet in person, where she said that Trinity’s wife and daughter were killed at their protected home in Nebraska, and Trinity must have done it! Dexter was intrigued and knew that Jonah had to be the culprit here. He told Deb he’d need some time off to process things. She told him to take a day, but in true Dexter fashion, he took a road trip to Nebraska.Dexter Photo: Randy Tepper: Showtime
 
He planted himself in front of Jonah, confirmed that Jonah did it, and the two got into it a bit. Dexter planned to kill him, and with Brian trying to keep Dexter ‘dark’ throughout the duration of the episode, it seemed likely this would happen. Dexter realized that Jonah wished for this to happen, willed Dexter to kill him because he couldn’t cope with the guilt and sorrow. Dexter saw Jonah had a soul, feelings, and would not be just like Trinity!  

During his time in Nebraska, Dexter stays at a shady Motor Inn. The manager on duty helps fix a flat tire for Dexter but steals his knife in the process. Dexter and Brian end up killing him before they leave and give viewers a few suspenseful moments for the episode.

Meanwhile, back at the Doomsday storyline, Travis disobeyed Gellar and started spending time with his sister (Molly Parker). As he was doing dishes, he saw Gellar outside the window and Gellar told him to get back to work. Travis refused saying he was done with Gellar and Gellar’s beliefs. Gellar said God decides, not Travis, and assured Travis he’d be back. When Travis later showed himself at Gellar’s place, Gellar thought Travis was back, but he simply came to drop of Gellar’s belongings.

At Miami Metro HQ, Deb and Angel interview a woman named Holly (Lacey Beeman), who Gellar tried to use as ‘The Whore of Babylon.” They realize Holly was forced to drink blood while she was blindfolded and more importantly, they learn that Gellar isn’t working alone, and figure out he probably has a former student assisting him.   

Deb tries to reach Dexter and can’t get a hold of him. Jamie’s watching Harrison and Deb prods Jamie to see where Dexter went. Jamie says the Keys but Deb’s not buying that story since Dexter’s boat is in the marina! When Deb shows up at the apartment, she calls Dexter from his home number and Dexter is quick to pick up!  He gets her off the phone quickly without getting into much detail. Masuka’s intern is at the apartment too because he’s dating Angel’s sister Jamie, and Angel doesn’t like that idea at all!  

At the end of the show, Dexter is seeing the light, and Harry shows up to help guide him. Only a few more episodes left this season. They should be action-packed.

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Thankfully, the gunman behind yesterday's White House shooting was captured in PA yesterday. His name is Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez, and at just 21-years-old, he has pissed his life away.

Just who is the young man with more names than sane cells in his body?

He apparently was obsessed with President Obama. Not to mention he's a resident of Idaho and recently came to Washington D.C. to join in on the "Occupy D.C." protests. oscar ramirez ortega-hernandez

He also believed his attempt to take out President Obama was a mission for God.

In other words, Oscar Ramirez Ortega-Hernandez is just another lunatic who flew off the handle - in the mold of Jared Loughner.

Fortunately, the White House's windows are ballistic-proof. Even more fortunate is that he didn't decide to go shooting in a public arena like Loughner chose to do.

And hopefully he'll spend the rest of his life behind bars.

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There are just a few of those things out there in the world that we all have an equal distaste for as women: Soap in the eyes, sour milk, blackouts in the middle of the night which result in re-setting the alarm clock and then you wake up three hours late.  These “blah” scenario’s make us all a bit more aware that the universe has a good sense of humor, and a bit of a dark side all at the same time.
 
Another one of these dreaded customs are the moments when you realize your only option is to actually use the public event port-a-potty. Photo: abclumberco.com
 
“Johnny-on-the spot,” “Squat a Box,” “Movable wee-wee hole,” whatever you call it, the “blah” is the same for all of us who look upon the oversized specimen cup as our last resort. 

I was at a concert with my friend, and when the show ended, the wave of fans spilled out into the parking lot to head home, or at least continue the party outside waiting for the traffic to die down. So my friend and I decided to sit it out and wait for the exodus of cars to dwindle down, and in turn had a few more drinks in the parking lot.   
 
Maria says “I have to go to the bathroom. I really hate using those things.”
 
“No one likes port-a-potty. That is why no one maintains outhouses anymore above the Mason Dixon Line. You just have to suck it up,” I insensitively responded. 

She didn’t just have the common dislike which all of us have for these bathroom boxes, she always had some trauma occur which result in hours of disgust and multiple showers- just to wash away the scent of disappointment.  I tried being as supportive as I could, but she knew it, I knew it, it was inevitable for her.

Port-a-Potties were my friend's Lex Luthor: Her plastic nemesis.  Lex Luthor photo: mrpeelsardineliqueur.blogspot.com

We waited in the obnoxiously long line while concert go’er after concert go’er made their way in and out of the urine coffin being sure to strategically exhale only once the door was open. She handed me her purse and coat and beer bottle, and went in. I stood off to the side of keeping watch of the line to see who is actually to the point of cross legged standing, hoping, sitting- all the tricks you use while waiting your turn to enter the blue vortex. All of a sudden, I hear a loud thud and some crackling, and drips coming from inside.

I knock on the door, “are you ok Kris?,” “Yeah,” she says. “Just give me a second.”

By this time you can hear the whines in the line starting. You know which ones I mean ladies, we make the same sounds when we’re in a long line at a bar and four girls go into the ONE bathroom together.  After a few more thuds, the door finally opens and my friend walks off with an agitated stammer.  

“Are you ok?” I ask.

“I was trying not to touch the rim and not let my underwear touch and then I saw my jeans were grazing the bottom of the floor. I freaked to try and hike up my jeans, but I couldn’t stop so my underwear got in the canal of my stream and I had to throw them out.”

I was biting my lip in self-discipline trying as hard as I could to fight the comical images of this rushing through my head. Motley Crue photo: fanpop.com I finally composed myself and asked, “So you’re not wearing any underwear right now?”  And again, the universe’s perfect timing chimes in, and a fellow line dweller yells “Yo, someone left panties in here. Gross!”  She quickly picked up the pace on getting as far away from the evidence. This was a situation where the best medicine would only have been to laugh.

I can’t really give an overall “life lesson” comment to this particular story, because I don’t think a concert survival pack should always include extra undies (unless you’re a groupie for Motley Crue).

Let’s just keep this in mind, if you do find yourself at the mercy of a poo-shack, make all attempts to come out with just as many clothes on as you went in with.  If you are forces to surrender a casualty to the booty inferno, drop it in the hole.  NO ONE WILL LOOK IN THERE!

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Weekly season-long show to be hosted by Former FLYERS great Brian Propp
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PHILADELPHIA, PA - (NOVEMBER 1, 2011) – WMCN44 is pleased to announce another new addition to its original programming line-up with “Propper Hockey,” featuring NHL legend Brian Propp  and hosted by local sportscaster Lou Tilley.  Brian and Lou team up to analyze and entertain as they “check” the Flyers with their weekly guests, including current and former players.  The hour-long show will air on WMCN44 on Wednesday nights at 9:00pm throughout the NHL’s regular season.

“We’re thrilled to offer our viewers this new show that will provide Flyers fans with insider knowledge based on Brian and Lou’s combined on and off the ice experience,” says Jon Gorchow, President, Lenfest Broadcasting.   “Propper Hockey” is part of WMCN44’s on-going effort to provide Philadelphia area sports fans more in depth coverage of the teams they love.”

“I am looking forward to teaming up with Lou on ‘Propper Hockey’,” says former Flyers great and radio color analyst for the Flyers, Brian Propp.  “In addition to breaking down the Flyers season, there promises to be many guffaws between myself, Lou and our guests.”
“In all my years growing up in the city and covering sports, my observation is that there is no more loyal group of fans in all of sports than the fans of the Flyers, and we look forward to giving them a platform on ‘Propper Hockey,’” says longtime local sportscaster, Lou Tilley.

“Propper Hockey” is presented by TenBrook Orthodontics (TenbrookOrthodontics.com) and will be taped live every Tuesday evening at 6pm at The Adelphia Restaurant in Deptford, New Jersey.   Show segments will include Flyers Player of the Week, Flyers Fan of the Week and Flyers Trivia. For more information on “Propper Hockey” and WMCN44 visit www.wmcn.tv.

 

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Lenfest Broadcasting, LLC, the licensee of WMCN-DT 44, is dedicated to providing an "independent voice" in the Philadelphia television market. Our programming schedule features a variety of direct response television, entertainment, community affairs, religious, and children’s programs. The station is available throughout the Delaware Valley over the air, as well as on Comcast, Verizon Fios, Directv, and The Dish Network.  Lenfest Broadcasting, LLC is affiliated with Lenfest Media Group, LLC, a Pennsylvania based company that is a leader and innovator in the direct response television marketing industry.



WOW! Did you see that ending coming? That’s the question Dexter fans were asking last Monday morning. Let’s start at the beginning though…

Dexter follows Travis through a farmer’s market and gets a call from Deb that Sam’s been shot. Dexter heads to Sam’s garage as the ambulanceDexter Photo: Randy Tepper: Showtime heads towards the hospital, and he starts wondering whether he caused this to happen since he killed Julio a few episodes back.

As he analyzes the crime scene, he starts looking for clues about the other guy he hit and finds a blood match for Leo Hernandez. Dexter goes to find Leo but Detective Anderson intercedes and ends up shooting Leo to protect himself. The security video is in Leo’s DVD player and the detectives close the case.

Later, Dexter reviews the tape, sees the watch dog isn’t barking, and knows that Nick (the man Sam JUST baptized) is the killer!

Travis and Gellar are working to kill their ‘whore’ and Travis asks to give her pain killers to help her broken arm. Gellar shuts down the idea saying there is NO way she deserves pain pills. There’s also a weird scene with Travis collecting his own blood in jars!?

As the Doomsday investigation continues at Miami Metro, Deb asks Angel and Quinn to bring Charisa in for questioning because she might have more clues about Gellar for them. Quinn asks Angel to keep quiet about his fling with Charisa and Angel respects these wishes….BUT when Charisa comes in for questioning, she offers little information and tears Quinn a new one for the one night stand. Deb sees this through the interrogation room and reprimands him later.

Later at HQ, Deb learns that her new role keeps her colleagues and former friends from sharing too much information with her by the water cooler! She decides to throw a party at her new place to help her colleagues see they can still hang out with her. Quinn shows up super drunk and his date leaves when she sees where he took her. He starts saying some off color remarks to Angel’s sister Jamie, and Angel decks him. Dexter is supposed to show but is ‘at the hospital’ while they party.



At the hospital, Dexter tells Sam he’ll seek revenge and Sam begs Dexter to overcome the darkness, see the light and let it go. Sam says to tell Nick that Nick is forgiven and tells Dexter to get through this and see the light. As Dexter leaves the building, torn about Sam’s wishes and hoping he can see the light, he runs into Nick outside of the hospital and asks Nick to take a ride with him. They drive to the beach where Sam baptized Nick a short time ago, and he asks why Nick shot Sam. Nick feels like Sam lied to him because his life didn’t improve after the baptism. And to get back to gang life, he had to kill someone and prove himself.

Dexter says he should turn himself in because the police will find him anyway. Nick laughs at Dexter, and tells him the tape has nothing on it so it would be these two against each other. Dexter stuffs Nick into the ocean water and holds him down until he drowns, saying “There’s no light in you and no light in me.” They are on a dark but public beach, and as he walks back onto the beach he sees his brother Brian, the Ice Truck Killer.

“Hey little brother, miss me?” he asks Dexter.

Whew, what an ending! Is Brian going to bring Dexter into a darker place? What about Harry? Will any other ghosts past come back?

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