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Join us at Chickie's & Pete's (Roosevelt Blvd Location) 94WIP ,The Griffin Gives Foundation & former Eagle Kevin Turner, who is battling ALS, make a difference in the lives of others who are doing the same. There’s food, prizes & the celtic rock band Jamison will be performing!

 

The cost is $25 at the door or you can get them at www.griffingives.org  Come say hello to Kevin!

 

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I can remember a conversation I had with an older woman at the grocery store. It was about three months after I had become a mother. My new daughter was slung in a baby carrier, her tiny face nestled close to my chest, when I shared with the woman how she always wanted to be held. With great wisdom that took me a few years to fully understand, the stranger told me to enjoy it because it wouldn’t last.

Right she was. That baby now rides a bike large enough for me, and she certainly wouldn’t want me to carry her while I shop. Many of us have heard similar advice from others. Children grow up fast, so treasure the little moments.

Toward that end, one of the most important things we can do to remember these early years is to take lots of pictures. Obvious, right? And in this day of instant communication, cell phones and digital cameras, it should be a breeze.

Sadly, my childhood can be leafed through in a few old shoe boxes of photographs and other items. I don’t hold a grudge. My parents divorced when I was nine, and mom led a largely non-traditional life as a pilot in the 80s. Scrapbooking was definitely not part of her nomenclature. But, hey, I loved being her sidekick, and I even learned how to “preflight” an airplane at age 10. Photos; Parents.com

But still being somewhat sensitive to my limited historical records, I’ve definitely put a large focus on capturing the everyday moments with my children—birthday celebrations, holidays, family trips and little milestones. And, of course, I have to keep solid proof of my daughters’ antics dressing up their little brother in sundresses and princess costumes.

So when I first decided to fully commit to the important role as our family’s historian, I had some lofty ideas. I bought scrapbooks, special stickers, colored pages and other tools to create masterpieces worthy of Martha Stewart’s praise. In reality, I found little time for such detailed projects, having three babies in four years and working full-time until our second child was born. I never strayed far from my camera, but I struggled with the next steps—actually putting pictures in albums. Instead, I procrastinated- choosing park outings and play dates, baking cookies and having tea parties with my children. After all, I wasn’t really that crafty, so the idea of scrapbooking sounded more like a chore to add to my growing lists: do laundry, clean baseboards, and make your children’s first years look worthy of a spread in American Baby Magazine.

Then I discovered how easy it was to become a digital scrap-booker using well-known, online services like Snapfish and Shutterfly. I could download photos straight from my camera to these sites and create albums to share with others, print (not to be stored in shoeboxes) or create my own little Sherwin family history books.

Now, without putting heaps of pressure on myself, I create a simple photo scrapbook after each child’s birthday celebration. We go big on birthdays in our household, throwing fun parties and taking lots of pictures, so creating personalized memory books makes sense. Each year, no matter how disorganized I sometimes feel, I know my children are guaranteed photos from their special day.

While I love to claim I’m still somewhat mysterious and unpredictable, those who know me well can always catch up on my family’s doings when I hand them one of these hard-backed shiny books. I’m proud to say I no longer feel like this is a chore in my life, and I love reaching into the bookshelf to grab a few books that each tell its own story about those little moments that will soon pass us by.

Julia Sherwin is a freelance writer and mother of three who lives in Chester County. She is a former college journalism instructor who enjoys running, biking, swimming, traveling and cooking.

Email her at jsherwin73@gmail.com  or follow her other parenting articles at juliasherwin.wordpress.com.

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The 30th Gala for the Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey takes place Saturday, October 12th, 2013 at Borgata Hotel and Casino from 7-11pm

 

The gala is held once every five years and funds raised goes towards expanding the mission and reach of people the charity serves. The Ronald McDonald House is an independent 501c3 and relies heavily on the support of South Jersey.

 

The Ronald McDonald House helps over 13,000 local families in their hospitals each year and another 850 at their house in Camden.

 

Your support is always welcomed and you can be part of this event!

 

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Philly2Philly’s writers of “A Snowball’s Chance”  have a Q&A/book signing at Barnes & Noble in Deptford, New Jersey on Saturday, October 12th!

 

Joe Vallee, Ryan Downs, Matt Goldberg and Billy Vargus will be appearing at the store from 1pm-3pm. The four will answer questions from the audience and sign copies of the book- which will be available on site at Barnes & Noble.


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On October 6th, VSEC and B&R Fitness will be hosting an event called Winston’s Wish. This event will raise money for the VSEC Lend-A-Paw Foundation which helps fund emergency and specialty veterinary care for homeless pets and pets whose owners are in demonstrated financial distress.

 

The event will feature: A musical performance by the band SORAIA. They will perform songs from their new album co-written with Bon Jovi. A fashion show of past VSEC patients (pets) dressed to impress light refreshments and wag bags (swag bags) will be provided. Tickets are $35 in advance and $45 at the door.

 

We hope you will consider supporting our event. Below you will find a list of ways to get involved.

 

1. Vendor Tables – if you are interested in having a table at the event to promote your company or sell products. Please call Tracie 215.938.6557

 

2. Give-a-ways for our gift bags – we are assembling wag bags for the attendees (similar to swag bags at other events). We are looking for small promotional items, samples or coupons that can be included in the bags, 100 pieces needed. Please call Tracie 215.938.6557

 

3. Silent auction items – we are looking for gift baskets or prizes that can be included in our silent auction. Please call Tracie 215.938.6557

 

4. Attend the event! Visit www.vsecvet.com/winstonswish to purchase tickets. All donations will receive a tax deductible form.

 

 

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Several members of the local and national basketball fraternity gathered Wednesday night for Meet & Greet Legends reception presented by Discovery Ministries at  Tavistock Country Club in Haddonfield, NJ.

 

The event, which served as a fundraiser for Discovery Ministries, featured LaSalle University men’s basketball coach Dr. John Giannini, former number one NBA draft pick Pervis Ellison, NCAA basketball coaching legend Theresa Grentz and ESPN Basketball Analyst Tim Legler. The group shared their tremendous life experiences and spoke on behalf of Discovery Ministries and the impact that it’s had on its participants for over four decades.Philadelphia basketball community comes together for Discovery Ministries fundraiser

 

The two most responsible for putting the event together are Msgr. Michael Mannion and event coordinator Jeanine Reynolds Delaney.  Msgr. Mannion, the Director of Community Relations for the Diocese of Camden, has been a part of Discovery Ministries since its inception in 1974. Not one of the speakers on the evening failed to recognize the impact Msgr. Mannion has had on their life as well as countless others he has touched along the way.

 

Delaney, was a standout star at Washington Township High School and Saint Joseph’s University before turning her career to teaching at Rowan University and at the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania. Delaney's son Tim, a 6-8 power forward at Pitman High School, committed to Villanova University last June- and he's just a junior!

 

Since the launch of Discovery House almost 40 years ago, over 30,000 youth, young adults, and family members have participated in spiritual retreats at Discovery Ministries that have helped participants grow, pursue their dreams, and develop their God-given talents and gifts.

 

Discovery Ministries now also provides social, recreational, and spiritual opportunities for families with chronically ill children, handicapped children, or special needs children. Discovery House thus serves as a "home away from home" for families who deserve special care and attention.

 

Located in South Jersey (3730 Richards Ave, Mullica Township, NJ 08037) near Hammonton, the newly renovated and expanded Discovery House also hosts workshops, conferences, meetings, and training sessions sponsored by church and community groups, service and educational organizations.

 

 

To make a donation to the Discovery House, checks should be made out and mailed to:

  

Discovery Ministries

Brenda Jarger

106 Vesper Avenue

Westmont, NJ 08108-2438

 

Phone: 609-381-6200

E-Mail: bjarger@verizon.net  

 

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For Philadelphians, I don’t know which is worse: Being the city that threw snowballs at Santa Claus and NEVER being able to live it down because of the national media, or having the train wreck known as Miley Cyrus cite the city for taking part in her transformation to Hannah Montana to (fill in whatever blank you want here). Cyrus, who spent a lot of last summer in Philadelphia while her then-fiance Liam Hemsworth shot Paranoia with Harrison Ford. Cyrus recently discussed this in the recent edition of Rolling Stone Magazine. 

 

Mike Jerrick, Sheinelle Jones and Karen Hepp talked about it on FOX 29’s Good Day Philadelphia Wednesday morning.


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It seems like only yesterday that Dexter Morgan began using The Code to exact his macabre version of vigilante justice on those he deemed wrong.  But, after eight amazing seasons, Dexter  has come to an end.  

 

Fans have been waiting impatiently all season to see just what would become of the likeable serial killer.

 

Tonight they got their wish.

 

“Remember the Monsters?” took a few minutes to start because, unsurprisingly, there were some flashback clips and some sound bytes from the cast—past and present. When it did start, we were in for a doozy of an episode!Photo: Showtime

 

If you haven’t watched it yet and you want to be surprised by how the whole shebang went down, then stop reading now.  If not…

 

The show started with Dexter and Harrison in the airport getting ready to leave for Argentina.  Hannah calls them from the bathroom to let them know that Elway is in the waiting area.  He hasn’t yet seen her, but will if she tries to board with them.  So Dexter comes up with an ingenious way to shake Elway. Once he’s taken care of, he calls Hannah and tells her that the coast is clear- although his stunt has also cost them their flight.

 

Deb is found and is put in an ambulance for transport to the hospital.  Quinn rides with her and she tells him that she’s done things that she isn’t proud of. He tells her that the good she’s done cancels out the bad and that she’s a good person.  They finally make it to the hospital and she tells Quinn that she loves him before being wheeled away for surgery.

 

Batista makes the decision to tell Dexter about his sister and Matthews makes the call.  Dexter tells Hannah that Saxon shot his sister and that he has to go to the hospital to see her.  Before leaving, he tells her that they should go to a different place when they finally leave in order to once again shake Elway. Saxon makes an appearance, commandeers a truck, and takes off.  In the meantime Dexter makes it to the hospital.

 

Elway continues to try to contact DM Clayton and lets him know that Hannah is still in town and he will keep trying to locate her.  Elway makes some calls and learns that Clayton has been killed. When Deb wakes up Dexter is waiting.  She’s surprised to see him since he should be on his way to Argentina.  He’s upset and guilty and feels as if he’s screwed up Deb’s life.  She tells him otherwise and that she wants him to be happy.  A doctor comes in to check up on Deb and tells them that she’s optimistic about her recovery. When the doctor leaves, Dexter tells her about what happened at the airport.  Dexter still wants to find a way to get Hannah out of the country, yet also wants to take care of Saxon before he goes with her.

 

While in the hospital, he flashes back to when Harrison was born and when Deb met his son for the first time.  He also talks to Matthews, who offers to help.  Dexter asks him to watch over Deb because Saxon is still out there. Elway goes to the hospital and runs into Dexter.  He asks about Deb, but also lets him know that he knows about him and Hannah.

 

While Miami gets ready for the impending hurricane, Saxon heads to a veterinary hospital where he threatens the vet with a gun and makes him stitch up his wounds.

 

Dexter meets up with Hannah and they discuss how she can leave.  She offers to take Harrison with her, and he wants her to so that they are both safe.

 

Saxon is stitched up, and while the vet is finishing up, the news of Deb’s shooting and Clayton’s death flash on the TV.

 

Dexter takes Hannah and Harrison to the bus station and sends them to the airport to once again try and fly out.  He tells Harrison that he will join them as soon as he ties up a few loose ends.  They say their touching goodbyes and plan to soon reunite in Buenos Aires.

 

 

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Saxon has the vet take him to the hospital.  Instead of letting the man go, Saxon cuts out his tongue and lets him go into the hospital.  During the chaos, Saxon heads to Deb’s room, but Dexter is on to him and following closely behind.  Before Dexter can get to him, Batista and his officers take Saxon instead. Dexter finds Quinn, who is visibly shaken because Deb has stopped breathing and was taken to the ICU.  She is on a ventilator and the doctor tells them that there were complications—a possible clot that triggered a major stroke that deprived her brain of oxygen.  Even if she can breathe on her own, she will never be ok again.  Only a miracle would make things better. Dexter once again flashes back to the day that Harrison was born: when things between him and Deb were good.

 

Hannah is on the bus and talking to Harrison about Argentina when she looks up and sees Elway sitting across the aisle from her.  He tells her to sit quietly until they reach Daytona and then, when there, he will turn her in and give Harrison to CPS.

 

Batista and Quinn interrogate Saxon while Dexter watches.  Quinn loses it during the interview and is sent out of the room.  Saxon asks to speak to his attorney.

 

Hannah offers Elway some tea.  As he’s refusing, she injects him with a horse tranquilizer and makes her getaway with Harrison.

 

Dexter acts as if he is going to perform a GSR test on Saxon, but his intentions are much more menacing.  Once face to face with the man who shot his sister and killed Vogel, he tells him that he only blames himself for what happened, and that Saxon’s actions forced him to look at himself and see the trail of blood and body parts he has left in his wake.  He tells Saxon that he plans to kill him with the pen that he’s placed on the table.  Saxon gets to it first and stabs him in the shoulder, but Dexter is quicker—taking the pen from his shoulder and stabbing him in the neck.  He hits the panic button and tells the officers that Saxon tried to kill him.

 

Batista reviews the tapes and asks Dexter why he wanted to personally do the test, especially since he no longer works there.  Dexter says that he is technically employed until the end of the week and wanted to do it so that he could look him in the eye and make sure the test was done right.  They deem the murder self defense and Dexter is off the hook.

 

Dexter takes his boat and heads to the hospital to see Deb.  The storm is beginning to rage and the hospital is preparing for it.  Deb is still unconscious and on the ventilator and Dexter is completely overwhelmed.  He apologizes to his sister as he sits and holds her hand.  He tells her that he can’t leave her like that and turns off the ventilator.  Dexter watches Deb slowly stop breathing and tells her one last time that he loves her.  He personally wheels her out on a gurney and takes her body to his boat, and in the chaos of the coming storm no one notices.  He drives out into the water and calls Hannah.  She is about to board the plane with Harrison and is happy about their future.  He talks to Harrison and tells him one last time that he loves him and to remember that every day until they see each other once again.  After Dexter hangs up, he takes Deb’s body, drops it overboard, and watches as it sinks.

 

He then decides that he needs to protect Hannah and Harrison from himself and steers his boat right into the storm. The storm is over and a rescue crew finds the wreckage from his boat floating in the water. Batista receives the call that Dexter is dead.  And Hannah reads about it while safely in Argentina with Harrison.

 

Just when you think it’s over, it cuts to a lumber yard, where we find Dexter very much alive and living a very sad and secret life.

 

Interesting…


Valerie Schirmer is a freelance writer/editor who has written about a wide variety of topics for newspapers, magazines, and websites. She currently resides in South Jersey with her husband, daughter, and a crazy dachshund.

 

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Dexter’s second to last episode, “Monkey in a Box,” got a bit of a late start, but it was worth the extra few minutes we had to wait!

 

It starts off with Dexter cleaning up after finding Dr. Vogel dead and also removing info from her office that could possibly implicate him.  The police and crime scene techs arrive.  Dexter is interviewed, but is not allowed to work the scene.

 

Dexter heads to Deb’s house and tells her that Vogel has been murdered by Saxon and that he plans to go after him.  Hannah starts to show him the plans that she’s made for them to leave. Dexter also tells her of the murder and that he will use his last two days in Miami taking care of business.

 

Dexter meets with a realtor and they discuss selling his apartment.  He also meets with a potential buyer for his boat- officially making this move very real.

 

After heading to the office, Dexter begins researching places where Saxon might be and finds an abandoned hospital that looks promising.  While doing so, Masuka comes in to tell him that they found no fingerprints or trace evidence at Vogel’s crime scene that will help them find the killer.  Photo: Showtime

 

Masuka’s daughter comes in to tell Dexter that someone is in the interrogation room that needs his attention.  It’s Saxon, who has come under the pretense of clearing his name from Cassie’s murder.  He is alarmed that Dexter will take a DNA sample from him, but lets him take it.  Quinn lets him go and Dexter finds Deb (who has returned to work) to tell him what just happened.  The realize that the DNA sample will not tie him to Vogel and out him- as her son who was previously thought to be dead.

 

Dexter heads to the hospital in search of Saxon and finds his kill room, where he uncovers a laptop in a secret cabinet compartment.  On it are videos of all of his kills.  

 

Deb is in the office working when Deputy Marshall Clayton comes in looking for her.  He asks her about the blonde woman who brought Harrison into the ER and signed her name.  She told him that it was her who brought Harrison in and that the nurse who ID’d Hannah’s picture was wrong.  Clayton leaves, but says he’ll keep in touch.

 

Dexter, Deb, and other members of the force attend Vogel’s funeral service and then head to Papa’s Café for a drink.  Deb tells Dexter that everyone will miss him once he leaves and Matthews tells him that he is welcome back if he ever wants to return.  Dexter talks with Quinn and they discuss Quinn and Deb getting back together.  While there, his realtor calls and tells him that there is a buyer who wants to meet him and is willing to offer him cash if they could meet.  But, before he leaves, he talks to Batista, who calls for a toast in Dexter’s honor.  

 

Dexter shows up for his meeting with the buyer and finds Saxon with his realtor. The realtor begins her sales pitch, but Saxon asks if Dexter can show him around himself.  Once she leaves, Saxon tells Dexter that he has a proposal for him.  He asks that they both walk away from each other and forget about each other.  He confesses that killing his mother was a test—that he gave her one last chance to choose her and slit her throat when she didn’t.  He tells Dexter that if he comes after him he will lose, just like his mother did.  Saxon also brings up his sister, children, and even Hannah—who could all end up disappearing if Dexter continues to hunt him.

 

Clayton meets with Elway and tells him that he thinks that Hannah is at Deb’s house.  He asks him to help by looking around.

 

 

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Deb returns home to find Hannah once again cooking.  Elway shows up soon after and Hannah must hide so she isn’t seen.  He pretty much pushes his way through, tells her that he has some personal items that she left behind and also wants to apologize for how he acted when she left.  She tells Elway to leave and he does, but she knows that he is suspicious.  Hannah calls Dexter to tell him what happened and he rushes to Deb’s house. When he gets there he tells them about his meeting with Saxon. Hannah and Deb urge him to leave early, but he still feels as if he must continue with his plan. Deb drives Hannah to a motel near the airport and they discuss Dexter.  

 

Dexter goes back to his apartment to send a video to WGYK Miami that will out Saxon for who he really is.  He realizes that his need to kill has lessened since Hannah has come back into his life, but it is still there when it comes to Saxon.

 

Masuka’s daughter delivers a DNA report to Quinn and Deb and they see that Saxon is related to Vogel.  Deb goes to see Dexter and tells him what has happened and that a warrant has been issued for his arrest.  She has brought food and wants to stay and eat, but Dexter tells her that he’s expecting company and she can’t be there.  But Deb won’t let anything stand in the way of spending one last night with her brother, so she stays and cooks.

 

In the meantime, her house is being tossed around by the US Marshals, but it has been wiped clean so no trace of Hannah is found.  However, they do find her Internet search and realize that they might be heading to Argentina.

 

Dexter and Deb sit down to enjoy their meal and it is weird that he will soon be gone.  She is sad that he’s leaving and is afraid that she can’t live without him, but he tells her that she’ll be fine. She assures him that he is a good person inside, and not just because of The Code. While they are talking, a news report comes on and announces that they have received footage of Saxon’s grisly murders. He tells her that this is the reason that she must leave.

 

Saxon is pumping gas when he hears of the footage and is angry.  He hops in his truck and heads to Dexter’s apartment, where Dexter is literally lying in wait for him.  Saxon approaches him with a knife, but is surprised by not only Dexter, but also Deb. Dexter tranquilizes him and Deb leaves so Dexter can do what he has been waiting to do.

 

He brings Saxon to his own kill room and when he comes to, they have an almost friendly discussion before Dexter gets to work doing what he does best. Saxon tells Dexter that he hopes that he doesn’t wake up and stab Hannah, but Dexter confesses his immense love for her.  This revelation seems to knock any last bit of murderous need out of him. Instead of killing Saxon, he calls Deb to come and make an arrest.  Deb shows up and doesn’t realize that Clayton is following her.  She heads inside and Dexter tells her to arrest Saxon and gives her a story to tell her co-workers.  

 

Before she does, they head outside and say what should be their final goodbyes before Dexter leaves, which he does. Deb calls it in, but before she can return to the room, Clayton goes inside and finds Saxon, who tells him that he has been abducted.  Clayton foolishly releases him and he stabs Clayton. Deb comes in while this is happening and he shoots her.  She manages to call this in, too, but it doesn’t look good for her.

 

Dexter heads to his apartment to pack up the last of his things, completely unaware of what is happening.  Hannah is at the airport waiting for him and doesn’t realize that Elway is on her tail.

The show ends with Dexter and Harrison heading out to meet her. 

OMG!!  One episode is left!!  Will Deb survive?? Dexter?? How will it all end????

 

Valerie Schirmer is a freelance writer/editor who has written about a wide variety of topics for newspapers, magazines, and websites. She currently resides in South Jersey with her husband, daughter, and a crazy dachshund.

 

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After what seemed like the longest two weeks ever, Dexter is back this week with episode 10, “Goodbye Miami.”

 

Vogel is still with her long lost son—she is acting like she’s his mom again, but he’s still angry with her for sending him away.  He feels that she cared more about his brother than him and is mad that she made more of an effort to help Dexter than she ever did for him.

 

Dexter tells Hannah that the search for her seems to be waning and the two discuss a game plan for leaving the country.  There is a lot to do before they can leave for Argentina and one of the main things he must do is continue with his plan to kill Daniel.  Deb arrives home and he tells her that they plan to flee together.  She’s not happy about their plan, which is not surprising.Photo: Showtime

 

Quinn and Jamie are having lunch together and she tells him about a job offer she has gotten in Atlanta.  She doesn’t want to go and leave him behind and he feels bad that she wants to stay in Miami because of him.

 

Dr. Vogel and Matthews meet so he can ask about the disappearance of Zack Hamilton. She doesn’t want to divulge any information about her patient. And even though he presses her for answers, she won’t give anything up.

 

Dexter is doing research on Daniel when he sees Vogel leaving Matthews’ office. She tells him why she is there and he tries to tell her that she is in danger. She assures him that her son won’t do anything and also admits that she’s seen Daniel.  She doesn’t want Dexter to find Daniel and kill him and thinks that she can once again have a good relationship with her son over time.  While pondering whether or not he should still pursue Daniel, Batista comes in to announce a new crime scene.

 

Deb meets Quinn for lunch and tells him that Dexter and Harrison will soon be leaving Miami, although she doesn’t tell him the real reason why.  She is upset, but he tries to tell her that Dexter’s leaving might be a good thing for him. She also tells him that she has her badge back.  Their lunch is cut short when he gets a text about the crime scene, too.

 

At the crime scene, they find a bike rider who was hit by a car.  Masuka’s daughter shows up, but he knows she is high and sends her home.  Dexter tells Batista that he will be leaving and Batista takes it surprisingly well.

 

Dexter tells Hannah that he still plans to kill Daniel before they leave and she wants him to do it quickly- so they can leave as soon as possible.

 

 

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Vogel once again encounters her son and he asks her to take a ride with him—although he assures her first that he doesn’t plan to hurt her.  He takes her to a psychiatric hospital and shows her that it is where he kills his victims and make her understand why he does what he does.  He also tells her he wants her to help him as she did for Dexter so he can exist in the world and be someone that she can love.  She agrees and promises to do whatever it takes.

 

Dexter goes to Vogel’s house and uses her hidden spare key to let himself in.  He finds spyware on the computer that Daniel installs and uses it to reverse the view and see Daniel’s computer.  He finds the videos that Daniel sent to her and sees the one that shows him killing Zack.

 

Batista is on the phone setting up a job posting for Dexter’s position when Deputy Marshall Clayton comes in.  He finds out that Dexter is leaving and pretty much figures out that Hannah is still in the picture—which is the real reason for his departure—although it isn’t the reason that Batista has given him.

 

Quinn asks Jamie if they can talk and admits that their relationship isn’t working out.  She thinks it is about Deb and he denies it.  She tells him that she will move out ASAP and leave him free to date Deb if he wants to. Deb arrives home to find Dexter, Hannah, and Harrison together.  She wants Dexter and Harrison to be happy, but is very upset and scared that they are leaving.  

 

Dexter calls Hannah while researching Argentina.  While on the phone, Vogel stops by to tell Dexter that moving with Hannah might be good for him.  He is suspicious of why Vogel wants him to leave and she admits that she wants him to leave Daniel alone so she can help him.  Dexter shows her the video he got from her computer and tells her that there is no hope for Daniel and that he will never change.  She seems to realize that perhaps Daniel cannot be helped.  Dexter asks her to set up a public meeting with Daniel and to call him and let him know the location so he can handle things.  Vogel asks Dexter not to let him suffer and leaves.  


While Deb plays outside with Harrison, she is approached by DM Clayton, who wants to ask her about Dexter and see if she knows anything about him and Hannah.  She denies knowing anything and when he leaves, she is definitely rattled.  They know that he has not backed down and now thinks that Dexter is helping Hannah hide.

 

Deb leaves to talk to Elway, who already knows that she plans to leave and is very unhappy with her decision.  He tells her that her office will be packed and her belongings will be sent to her. Elway then wishes her well.

 

Harrison is hurt while playing on Deb’s exercise bike. Deb calls Dexter but cannot reach him, so she must take him to the hospital herself and risk being seen.

 

Dexter sets up his kill room for Daniel, using a location and tricks he hasn’t used in a while.  

 

Meanwhile, Deb goes to the station and runs into Jamie, who is not so nice to her.  She tells Batista she will be coming back and he’s very happy.  Deb learns that Quinn ended his relationship with Jamie and she blames Deb for it.  Deb then confronts Quinn and he tells her that he ended things because he wasn’t happy and his kiss with Deb helped him realize it ever more. Quinn admits he still has feelings for Deb and she tells him that she still has feelings for him, too. They kiss and might just be back together.

 

The nurse from the ER speaks to DM Clayton and she tells him that the woman there looks like the picture of Hannah, but said she was Harrison’s mother. The signature on the log says Debra Morgan, but he knows better.

 

Dexter finally gets to see Harrison and Hannah and she tells him that she feels like she might be found out soon.  In the meantime, Vogel calls to tell him that Daniel is on the way to her house.  Dexter is unhappy that they aren’t meeting in a public place and he starts to go to her, but is torn between helping her and staying/protecting Hannah.

 

Vogel seems nervous around her son and he definitely notices, although she chalks it up to being tired.  But, he knows that she’s afraid. Dexter is on his way into the house when his phone rings.  Daniel has Vogel in the window and cuts her throat for once again choosing the wrong son before Dexter can go inside.  

 

Only two episodes left—what will next week bring?!?!


 

 

Valerie Schirmer is a freelance writer/editor who has written about a wide variety of topics for newspapers, magazines, and websites. She currently resides in South Jersey with her husband, daughter, and a crazy dachshund.

 

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