I have been wondering why I've been in a sour mood since I left my buddy's house where I watched the last episode. No one even said anything about it after it was over. That alone should've told me that the ending was garbage. Orb: All the points you made are spot on. The more you point out, the more I see, too. Rev: Let me try to add to the gaping plotholes everyone's seeing. Spoiler I'll have to agree that the stolen car is absolutely absurd. Not to mention that no one saw Dexter smash a car window with a huge rock (where the fuck did that come from anyway?) in a crowded parking lot. If no one back at HQ can put together the fact that a car was stolen around the same time as a murder investigation blocks away from the murder, then it's a miracle they can even figure out if Liddy is dead or alive. Or if the van was white, or if they were on the coast of the Atlantic or Pacific. But I'll be damned if LaGuerta doesn't immediately see a spot of blood on Quinn's shoe that could easily be dirt and know exactly what it is and arrest him on the spot. Oh, please. Blow me. Everyone's attitude changed just for it to end nicely. Emily Birch is laying dead in her house. The PD are apparently just giving up on Jordan Chase and the 4 other victims and the Fuentes brothers case. Quinn and Dexter and Deb are all buddies. The biggest plot holes are with Quinn, though. I said earlier in the thread that Trinity's son can definitely confirm the picture that he was showed is Kyle Butler, and you know damned sure the FBI would press him on the only lead they have. Almost everyone knows Quinn was looking into Dexter. Did NO ONE think that his involvement with Liddy might be in relation to his Dexter hunch? Especially if all the equipment was signed out on his name. Dexter fudges blood work for Quinn to get off and Quinn asks absolutely no questions? Dexter doesn't have any questions for Quinn? If Dexter wasn't worried about himself, would he let Quinn off? Doesn't this basically telegraph to Quinn that Dexter definitely killed Liddy? Maybe Dexter let Quinn off to murder the shit out of him, too. I sure as hell would be curious as to what compelled Dexter to keep me out of prison, because it's usually to murder the fuck out of someone. Also, so the blood doesn't match. There's still a fucking mountain of circumstantial evidence pointing at Quinn for Liddy's murder. Phone calls, the equipment being under his name, Deb saw Liddy at Quinn's house numerous times. Did they ever hear any voicemails left by Liddy, like LaGuerta said? If I remember, he left a very scathing one about Dexter from his van. Did Deb just forgive him because of the blood results? What about him NOT TELLING HER ANYTHING about his involvement with Liddy? Is she just going to let that slide? Don't get me wrong, I wanted Dexter and Quinn to get along. I wanted him and Deb to be okay. I just wanted it to make more sense than this. The scene where Lumen leaves could've been replaced this dialogue: Julia Stiles: "Hey, they can't afford me for another season so, peace out." Michael C. Hall: "Later." It's legitimately the only reason she left. And so what if the nanny is Lyla's aunt? Was she just waiting around until Dexter needed a nanny? Why hasn't she done anything yet? Why would she stand idly by for so long? Why is she so goddamned nice? It doesn't make sense, just the this entire episode. Ugh. This whole mess is getting to me. Such a stupid clusterfuck. Give us episode 13 and maybe even 14 to clean up this disaster of a finale, please. This is the first time that I'm not looking forward to the next season. I might not even watch it.