Everything about this series is original.  C’mon a series about a serial killer who kills serial killers.  Cool!  For Dexter this type of vigilante justice is a way for him to right wrongs and give in to his impulses to kill.  Are you with me?  Then follow along!

Episode 1: It’s Alive!: The Ice Truck Killer turned out to be Dexter’s brother and having to kill him has now rendered Dexter unable to kill again.

Episode 2: Waiting to Exhale: Dexter continues trying to revive his killing abilities while going after Little Chino, a homicidal gangster.

Episode 3: An Inconvenient Lie: Dexter is lining up his next victim, a serial killing used-car salesman.

Episode 4: See-Through: In order to make Rita happy, Dexter joins Narcotics Anonymous and gets a sponsor, the beautiful Lila.

Episode 5: The Dark Defender: Dexter finds out that the man who killed his mother in front of his own eyes when he was young is still alive.

Episode 6: Dex, Lies and Videotape: Dexter is upset when a copycat killer starts copying his method of killing.

Episode 7: That Night, A Forest Grew: A manifesto written by the Bay Harbor Butcher causes a lot of action by the special task force in charge of finding the vicious serial killer.

Episode 8: Morning Comes: Lila becomes even more attached to Dexter after there is a fire at her loft.

Episode 9: Resistence is Futile: Dexter tries to distance himself from Lila, but she won’t allow it.

Episode 10: There’s Something About Harry: Doakes tracks Dexter to the sight of his kills, but Dexter still has the upper hand.

Episode 11: Left Turn Ahead: Lila tries to blackmail Dexter into staying with her.

Episode 12: The British Invasion: Lundy and the FBI believe they have solved the case of the Bay Harbor Butcher, but Dexter is not entirely in the clear.

Special Features: The Code of Harry, Interview with Dexter Composer Rolfe Kent, Victim Slides, Cast Bios + Filmographies, Photo Gallery, Dexter’s Tool Kit, Michael C. Hall Part 1, Michael C. Hall Part 2, Erik King, Lauren Velez, C.S. Lee, David Zayas, Jennifer Carpenter, Julie Benz, Keith Carradine