Dress Code is the seventh episode of Season Eight of DEXTER, and the ninety-first overall episode of the series.Directed by Alik Sakharov and written by Arika Lisanne Mittman, it premiered 11 August 2013 on Showtime.The estimated number of viewers for the episode during its original airing was 1.90 million. Dexter finds Hannah living on a luxury yacht with her husband Miles Castner.
Aug 11, 2013 · “Dress Code” found Dexter juggling his new role as a mentor in the Evil Big Brothers/Big Sisters program with the return of his erstwhile lady friend and the introduction of that mean, lowdown ...
Aug 11, 2013 · S8, E7 Dress Code. Dress Code. Original Air Date: Aug 11, 2013. Dexter hunts down Hannah (Yvonne Strahovski) to figure out why she's back in Miami. Dexter takes on a protégé and starts teaching him the code. STREAM THIS EPISODE.
Aug 11, 2013 · Dress Code: Directed by Alik Sakharov. With Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter, Desmond Harrington, C.S. Lee. Dexter hunts down Hannah (Yvonne Strahovski) to figure out why she's back in Miami. Dexter takes on a protégé and starts teaching him the code.7.6/10(3.7K)
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Aug 11, 2013 · Episode Details & Credits. SHOWTIME Air Date: August 11, 2013. Starring: David Zayas, James Remar, Michael C. Hall, Aimee Garcia, Desmond Harrington, Jennifer Carpenter, C.S. Lee, Geoff Pierson. Summary: Dexter hunts down Hannah to figure out why she is in Miami. Dexter takes on a protégé and teaches him the code.
Aug 11, 2013 · Dexter: "Dress Code" Review. ... "Dress Code" proved just how vital Yvonne Strahovski's Hannah has become to the series - almost instantly elevating the intrigue and tension with her presence. But ...
User reviews 6 Review. Angel Batista as Lt. Why writers brought someone on the last season of show, who does not even complicates the plot? I purposefully don't watch them, and I recommend that you don't either. Episode Remains to Be Seen. Charlotte Rampling Dr. Photos I just hope that, after this, Vogel doesn't still try and sell Dexter on sparing his life. Register Don't have an account? Deputy Chief Tom Matthews. Dexter spots Hannah and the man at the bar. Episode Road Kill. When they return, Deb watches them from her car. Hannah in her old greenhouse, amid dead plants. Dexter worries that Miles is a threat to Hannah. The Starling Review. Warning: Full spoilers for the episode follow Dexter pretends to be an officer, obtains address and phone number for Hannah. Episode Every Silver Lining Niki apologizes for getting angry about the check, says she works at Lucky Pete's. Episode Finding Freebo. Miles warns that he'd sooner see Hannah in prison than lose her. Episode Sunshine and Frosty Swirl. Dexter is called to a crime scene at his apartment building. Episode All in the Family. Episode That Night, a Forest Grew. Create a list ». Hamilton is a little, confused kid, who does terrible things and hates himself for this reason and a serial killer is the last chance. Deb hopes her husband is sleeping with one eye open. Top credits Director Alik Sakharov. Episode Lost Boys. Vogel meet to discuss Hannah. Well, now you're going to only kill people like you. Waitress uncredited Bruce Holman Sign In. Jamie looks for apartment, suggests to Quinn they live together. Even with someone she claims to love, like Dexter. Not sure how, even with Hannah's cover story, she won't be a suspect in his disappearance - especially since people should be able to easily find out that he never planned for a trip to New York. Previous episode A Little Reflection gave some tricky points for this week's episode - Hannah was back, Dexter did not kill Zach, because Vogel suggested to raise him up. Dexter befriends an assistant District Attorney Jimmy Smits who becomes increasingly and disturbingly helpful in Dexter's secret pastime; Debra gets a new partner, Joey Quinn Desmond Harrington. Episode If I Had a Hammer. Dexter and Hannah dump Miles at sea from his boat. Episode The Dark She explains what happened and Dexter asks for bleach, bags, and a saw or ax. Episode Get Gellar. His character is interesting, not knowing where to he leads, he is a great actor himself, making a brilliant serial killer. Episode A Horse of a Different Color. It seemed like she was just going to be used as a device to teach Dexter that he can't date normal chicks, no matter how hard he tries. Sexy Bartender uncredited. Zach asks Dexter if he's going to kill the man. Miles violently confronts Hannah about her meeting with Dexter, and she kills him herself. Episode Hungry Man.
The estimated number of viewers for the episode during its original airing was 1. Dexter hunts down Hannah to figure out why she's back in Miami. She's confused and he texts her the location where to pick him up. The last thing he remembers is Hannah at the door. Hannah drugged us, left me stranded in the middle of nowhere. If she's come back because she wants one or both of us dead, then why are we both still here? Debra arrives to pick up Dexter and asks if it was Hannah. He confirms that he saw her before he blacked out and suggests she poisoned their food. Deb wants to turn in Hannah to the U. Drugging me and leaving me on the side of the road might suggest that's changed. I don't want to deal with this. I want her gone. Dexter is putting in a request for the traffic footage when Zach unexpectedly shows up at his door. Dexter warns him that he could have been followed, but Zach scoffs, claiming that Quinn is easy to lose. Dexter orders Zach to never come to his home again, and says they can never be seen in public together. Vogel has told Zach that Dexter has a code and he has questions. I have money. You might as well be wearing a sign. Look, all I'm saying is that you need to have some kind of cover life, something that makes you look ordinary. We're not done, actually. See, Deb, you came to me six months ago, on an emotional wreck, saying you just quit the force and you needed a job. I gave you that job. I gave you good pay, good benefits. I didn't ask a lot of questions. I put up with a lot of weird shit from you because you're good at your job and because I'm a nice guy. So I'm really, really sorry if this cramps your style, but next time, maybe you want to try a little gratitude instead of always being such a fucking bitch. Now we're done. Dexter pulls up traffic footage and sees Hannah driving a rental car. He calls the Vista Marina rental company, pretending to be a Detective Cooper investigating a hit-and-run. Dexter thinks he found this information a little too easily. Jamie is ready to move out of Angel 's place and is looking at apartments. She hints to Quinn about them possibly living together since she needs to know before she signs a long term lease. Quinn agrees to think about it. Niki apologizes to Masuka for blowing up about the check and they make amends. She will call him later when she gets off work at a sports bar so they can grab dinner. Dexter sees Hannah getting off a yacht with a man who appears to be her significant other. The Hannah McKay I know hated the ocean. But it does make for an easy escape into international waters. Brave of her to be walking around Miami like that. Or maybe she's found someone to protect her. Dexter follows the couple to a private club , but he's refused entry because of the dress code. He phones Zach to help him gain entry since his father has a membership. Zach provides Dexter with the suitable attire and they breeze past the bouncer. Dexter spots Hannah and the man at the bar. When the man walks away, Dexter tells Zach to text him when he returns.
Dexter stalks the Doomsday Killer, a vicious, deluded, religious fanatic who displays his victims in grisly, Biblical-themed tableaux; Deb reconsiders her relationship with Dexter; Quinn jeopardizes his partnership with Batista. I have money. She already lost points by "seeing something special" in Zach, but here she was trying to convince Dexter that Zach might not be able to wait because he already has a taste for killing and he's older than Dexter was when he learned the code. Hannah struggles and kills Miles. Joseph 'Joey' Quinn. Episode Practically Perfect. Dexter comes clean to Deb and finds true love with a fellow serial killer; Deb learns the hard way how difficult it is to keep Dexter's secret; LaGuerta gets closer to pinning the Bay Harbor Butcher killings on Dexter. But she genuinely seems okay with her work, and now Masuka's life of leering at other guys' daughters might be ruined for good. IGN Logo Recommends. So, I guess he as an actor progresses a lot. And from the looks of things, Dexter's ready and willing to have his head messed with. Shop Killer Dexter merch now Shop Now. Vogel advises Deb to consider consequences before taking action. Episode Hop a Freighter. But the "wouldn't it be funny? Miles Castner Sam Underwood Clark Scott Curtis Episode Those Kinds of Things. Zach glares at Cassie and storms off, telling her to give Dexter a nasty message. Are You? Waitress uncredited. Harrison Morgan Adrian Neil Explore Wikis Community Central. Create a list ». Foundation Premiere Review As always, Jennifer Carpenter is outstanding. Waking up unharmed, Dexter and Debra believe that Hannah has sent them a message. First thing about Hannah though - she's a liar. Episode Born Free. Dexter leaves Zach a voicemail asking to meet at his studio the next day. Episode Swim Deep. He surprises Hannah and asks why she drugged him and left him on the side of the road. Danco Vince Masuoka Novels. Hannah says she changed her mind about asking Dexter to kill Miles. Dexter sees Hannah and man enter Red Coral Club. Attorney Darwin Harris Episode Road Kill. Hot Wheels Unleashed Luke Reilly Vince Masuka David Zayas It seems she is not hiding and actually wants that Morgan found her easily. His character is interesting, not knowing where to he leads, he is a great actor himself, making a brilliant serial killer. Episode Get Gellar. Universal Conquest Wiki. Episode Go Your Own Way. Vogel calls Dexter to meet with her. Episode Resistance Is Futile. Debra Morgan Desmond Harrington Also, he wasn't "born in blood" like Dexter. Episode Crocodile. Contribute to this page Suggest an edit or add missing content. He promises that everything will be okay. Dolby Digital. Dexter finds Hannah's current alias and address, and learns that she is married to multimillionaire Miles Castner. Hall Jennifer Carpenter Desmond Harrington. Hannah in her old greenhouse, amid dead plants.
Dexter: "Dress Code" Review. By Matt Fowler Posted: 12 Aug am. Warning: Full spoilers for the episode follow But that's not the only thing that pulled this episode out of the lurch of last week's less-present "A Little Reflection. I mean, if this was always the way Zach story was going to go then I'm glad they didn't drag it out any longer than this. Because I did not feel like spending the final few Dexter episodes ever with Dexter playing teacher to Moneybags McDouche. Zach, to say the least, is polarizing. Even those who could accept Dexter's decision to spare his life last week have to admit that he's just not enjoyable to be around. He's not sympathetic and he's not worthy of being passed the torch. And with all the talk from Showtime about a possible Dexter spinoff depending greatly, of course, on who survives the season , last week opened up some fearful speculation that Zach might actually become the lead of his own new series as a sort of Dexter 2. Also, he wasn't "born in blood" like Dexter. He doesn't have a truly traumatic framing moment that would ever make us invest in his need to kill. But by the end of this episode we learned that Zach was impatient and woefully unteachable. And I really liked how Cassie's story came back into play. It seemed like she was just going to be used as a device to teach Dexter that he can't date normal chicks, no matter how hard he tries. Which would only then reenforce his love for someone like Hannah. But her coming back into the story as the girl who still wanted to give Dexter a shot, only then to get brutally bludgeoned because she's "Dexter-adjacent" felt right. Dexter, indeed, should have been a mystery she didn't want to solve - as Deb put it. Vogel, on the other hand, seemed a bit dense this week. She already lost points by "seeing something special" in Zach, but here she was trying to convince Dexter that Zach might not be able to wait because he already has a taste for killing and he's older than Dexter was when he learned the code. Well then He's too old. Now we know that the code must be taught to ten-year-olds. There's a cut-off point. Good to know. Because Zach has no interest in punishing criminals, or waiting until the time is right. Probably because, you know, he already is a criminal who's being tracked by the police. So was the whole strategy to teach him the code "Look, you know how you killed an innocent person and got away with it? Well, now you're going to only kill people like you. Anyhow, I hopefully don't have to worry about this arc lasting much longer as Dexter will most likely be hot on Zach's trail. And hopefully it'll resolve itself in a manner than's meaningful and doesn't make us feel like we wasted an episode between when Dexter could have killed Zach and when Dexter killed Zach. I mean, Cassie wasn't the love of Dexter's life, but I'm sure he feels violated. Even Zach didn't fully know that Dexter and Cassie went out on a day-date. I just hope that, after this, Vogel doesn't still try and sell Dexter on sparing his life. But let's get to Hannah here - who's back and ready to mess with Dexter's head. And from the looks of things, Dexter's ready and willing to have his head messed with. First thing about Hannah though - she's a liar. Even with someone she claims to love, like Dexter. She tried to kill Deb and then flat-out lied about trying to kill Deb. So this now sets her up as someone who could be playing Dexter for a fool. After a couple complicated encounters, Dexter learned that Hannah was back in Miami to maybe-perhaps ask him to rub out her new husband, Miles Julian Sands , because she had, once again, gotten herself in over her head. Miles, despite knowing all about her past and her past with Dexter , accepted her sins and moved past them. But he was also, conveniently, a violent control freak, who all of a sudden became a thorn in Dexter's side. So not only did Dexter have to worry about Hannah knowing his secret, he had Miles threatening to expose him as well. The ending, with Miles, felt a little rushed. I mean, hell, I didn't expect him to meet his demise so quickly. But by time the episode was over, Hannah had killed him and Dexter disposed of the body. Not sure how, even with Hannah's cover story, she won't be a suspect in his disappearance - especially since people should be able to easily find out that he never planned for a trip to New York. But maybe she just plans to vanish again and not stick around to try and inherit his millions. Again though, I am looking softly for another play here. We've been shown that we can't trust Hannah so it would be weird if, all of a sudden, we could. Deb was back to feeling conflicted this week, with Hannah's return bringing up old wounds. Her work relationship with Elway became salty too as a result. But this week, he'd had enough of Deb being Deb and sort of put her in her place a bit. Naturally, because Elway lashed out like a dick, Deb started to have a newfound respect for him; possibly even seeing him in a different light.