Are you new to Showtime’s Dexter? Or did you simply want to catch up on episodes prior to Season 5 starting? Here is a complete recap of Episode 4.11: “Hello, Dexter Morgan.” Caution – Spoilers follow.
Episode 4.11: “Hello, Dexter Morgan”
Miami Metro knows that Christine is related to Trinity, based on DNA evidence, but can’t get her to say anything. She claims that she has no idea who her father really is. Quinn continues to be pissed off about the whole thing.
Arthur calls “Kyle” to ask him why he never reported him to the cops. “Kyle” claims he wants money to stay quiet.
Batista and LaGuerta are called into the commissioner’s office. He has video evidence that will put away a suspect in a case, but unfortunately, the video also shows them kissing.
Dexter is supposed to be at therapy with Rita, but gets called away to another crime scene. She claims that their meeting is an emergency, but he counters that so is a crime scene. She confesses to kissing Elliott. He attempts to go after Trinity again, only Trinity seems to suspect something is going on and takes off.
Batista continues to pound away at Christine. They know that Trinity is her father and that she only used Quinn so that she could keep tabs on their progress in finding him. Quinn is really pissed. Deb tries to console him by reminding him she was engaged to the Ice Truck Killer.
Rita tries to talk to Dexter at home about her mishap with Elliott. He isn’t interested in talking about it, and basically blows it off. He is too focused on Trinity. He gets called into LaGuerta’s office, thinking that there is a break in the case. Instead, he has been called in to witness their marriage.
Deb and Quinn want to let Christine go, figuring that she is going to go after her father, and thus lead them straight to the Trinity killer.
Dexter finds a man who fits Trinity’s profile, who is also guilty of other murders. He goes after him, kills him, and uses his DNA to plant evidence, to throw Miami Metro off of Arthur’s trail. He wants to kill Arthur, so he hands them Sam Beaudry. On his way home, he stops at Elliott’s house to punch him out for kissing his wife. Rita cannot be happier.
Sam Beaudry’s house is full of all kinds of DNA evidence that points to him being the Trinity Killer. Arthur is furious with Christine for messing with his life and rituals. He banishes her from his life.
A distraught Christine calls Debra to come over and talk to her. She confesses to shooting Deb and to killing Lundy. She begs for Deb’s forgiveness. When Deb laughs in her face and says, “F— you!” Christine blows her head off.
Deb feels like she should have some kind of closure, but can’t get over Lundy.
Arthur shows up at Miami Metro and figures out that “”Kyle Butler” is really Dexter Morgan. He also takes great pleasure in seeing his life’s work spread out in photographs, with Sam Beaudry being accused of having done it all. The truth is now out there, and Dexter’s family is in danger.