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Yes, Dexter is officially experiencing a veteran show's often-inevitable pitfall—the sometimes painfully contrived in-dating among cast regulars. Maybe the problem develops two seasons in, maybe four.

Given a fixed cast of characters, the trigger is simple enough.

You have no control over when these shifts happen, nor do you know where or when you’ll end up next. The Lives of Dexter Peterson is a two-part project from Matthew Ebel based on a novella written by Ebel. Sail away, set a course for Pirate Bay ’cause the last pirate’s fighting with the MPAA. I don’t remember faces I’ve just seen staring through the rain at me, but if I make it to the trees I might.

The album and story are about a boy from New York City who finds himself inexplicably jumping from one life to the next, as though someone were changing the channels of his life and he’s the star of every single show. In the last seven years I have lived as 11,577 different people. Hanging by a lonely thread trying not to come back dead, but there are worse things, so I’ve said before.

Throughout it all he keeps track of his lives in a journal that, somehow, travels with him. Sail away, set a course for Pirate Bay ’cause the last pirate’s fighting with the MPAA. You can say we’re born this way but I maintain that we can change.

Dexter Morgan: [last lines of the episode; voiceover about the doll parts in his freeze R] I suppose I should be upset, even feel violated, but I'm not. Dexter Morgan: The only real question I have is why in a building full of cops, all supposedly with a keen insight to the human soul, is Doakes the only one who gets the creep from me. Maria Laguerta: So then he must have already had the head with him in the front seat. Dexter Morgan: Harry and Dorris Morgan did a wonderful job raising me.

The Lives of Dexter Peterson was based on a Na No Wri Mo project written by Matthew seven years before the album’s release.

A show's narrative energies dwindle, and a lightbulb flashes: Hey! Perhaps those two should hook up, as we've begun to see in season 5.

Why not throw Sergeant Angel Batista into a torrid love affair with Lieutenant Maria La Guerta? It's easy kindling for narrative fire, or so writers hope.

No, in fact, I think this is a friendly message, like "Hey, wanna play?

Sometimes it sets my teeth on edge, other times it helps me control the chaos.

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