This season has been a huge, huge surprise to me (and I'm guessing most people). It's actually been really good, and that season opener was the best episode in a couple years. They've managed to make this season a lot less outrageous, more grounded so far while still having fun in places as this show does (darkly). So now I'm just hoping they don't screw it up... I also really like that the 'big bad' isn't a traditional serial killer but instead a mobster. Still a high body count, but it doesn't stretch the credibility of 'Miami has more serial killers than any other city ever'. I'm really, really interested to see where they go with this, though, given that the guy already knows that Dexter killed one of his men. Though I'm guessing he himself wanted the guy dead, so who knows. I just pray that the incest thing never ever returns. Right now it's not an issue because Deb is so freaked out by Dexter in general (and I really like that we saw the payoff of years of her coming around to the idea of 'justified killing', but only to still ultimately want no part in it personally). I just really, really don't want to ever hear another word of that. Unless it's Deb telling that shrink that she's the worst therapist of all time for telling her patient how she thinks she feels, planting ideas rather than actually just letting Deb express her non-creepy love of Dexter as her brother. Seriously just... no. Anyway, I think this episode was pretty good although I thought they were super dumb for not cuffing the minotaur killer when he was knocked to the ground. But thematically that sequence served a good purpose. Now I'm mostly really interested to see where they go with LaGuerta's investigation into Travis' death.