Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Dexter Wallpapers

Here are some great "Dexter" wallpapers as well as some great trivia about the show.
"Dexter" Trivia
* Dexter's boat is named Slice of Life.
* Dexter frequently uses aliases that references Bret Easton Ellis books/movies. These include using Patrick Bateman (the main character from American Psycho (2000)) when buying tranquilizers and Sean Ellis (reference to both Ellis and Sean Bateman - from The Rules of Attraction (2002)) when seeing a psychiatrist.
* The advertisement on Foxtel in Australia promoting Dexter was pulled after the South Australian government filed complaints regarding the mention of Adelaide (A city in South Australia) having the highest serial killer count per capita.
* Ranked #30 on Empire magazine's 50 Greatest Tv Shows Of All Time (2008).
* Though they play brother and sister in the series, having met on the show, Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter married on 31st December 2008.

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Michael C. Hall as Dexter Morgan

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Michael C. Hall : (born February 1, 1971) is a Golden Globe- and Emmy Award-nominated American actor, best known for his roles as David Fisher in the HBO drama series Six Feet Under and Dexter Morgan of the Showtime series Dexter.
Dexter Morgan : is a fictional character in a series of novels by Jeff Lindsay, including Darkly Dreaming Dexter (2004), Dearly Devoted Dexter (2005), and Dexter in the Dark (2007).
In 2006, the first novel was adapted into the Showtime TV series Dexter. In the TV series, Dexter is played by Michael C. Hall.
Dexter is a forensic blood spatter analyst for the Miami-Metro Police Department, but in his own time Dexter is a serial killer. He was taught by his adoptive father, Harry, to only kill other killers who have escaped the traditional legal system, or were never suspected in the first place as a way to satisfy his "urges".

Erik King as Sgt. James Doakes

Lauren Velez as Lt. Maria LaGuerta

Lauren Velez as Lt. Maria LaGuerta
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Lauren Vélez :(born November 2, 1964) is an American actress of Puerto Rican descent and the twin sister of actress Loraine Vélez.


Lieutenant LaGuerta : is a tough, determined woman in command of the Homicide division who is not above making her subordinates feel intimidated. She has a sincere dislike for Debra (which in later series has all but disappeared, even being happy to be the one to promote her to Homicide Detective at the end of Season 3). In the first season, she made no secret of her attraction to Dexter, whom she flirted with constantly, to his discomfort (which after the 1st season it has yet been mentioned or suggested and sees him more as a good friend). At the end of the first season, she is removed from command, but returns to her old job once the new Lieutenant proves to be unstable. When her friend and former partner James Doakes becomes the prime suspect in the Bay Harbor Butcher case, she tries to clear his name. She learns from a questionable source of two Special Forces missions Doakes took part in that directly conflicted with the deaths of two Butcher victims. However, Doakes is found dead in a seemingly accidental explosion, along with the body of drug dealer Jose Garza, and the case is closed. The evidence LaGuerta finds is ignored. After his death, LaGuerta starts a memorial fund for him, asking police officers for donations, and refuses to think of her deceased friend as a serial killer. As she recovers from the trauma of Doakes death, she leads an investigation into the murder of Oscar Prado, the brother of her ex-boyfriend Miguel Prado. She also develops a close relationship with lawyer Ellen Wolf, and is devastated when Wolf is found dead. But through the help of some personal investigation work, along with Dexter's help, she was able to discover that Miguel was the one who killed Wolf and usually confides in Dexter as he is the "only other one who knows". She becomes distraught when the Cuban community is thinking about naming a highway after Miguel and wants to find legal evidence to prove he killed Wolf, but Dexter is able to convince her that doing so would only hurt Miguel's family, the Cuban Community, and even then there is a high chance that won't prove anything and drops it.
Her characterization in the show departs significantly from that in Darkly Dreaming Dexter, in which she is a shrill, manipulative woman whose only real objective is promotion within the department. At the end of the first novel, Dexter's brother Brian kills her while Dexter looks the other way.

James Remar as Harry Morgan

James Remar as Harry Morgan
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William James Remar: (born December 31, 1953) is an American actor. He has appeared in 98 different media projects, either movies, video games or TV shows. He is perhaps most familiar as Richard, the on-off tycoon boyfriend of Kim Cattrall's character in Sex and the City and as a homicidal maniac in the early 80s thriller / comedy 48 Hrs.

Remar's guest appearances range from Miami Vice, Hill Street Blues, Sex and the City, Jericho, Third Watch, Justice League Unlimited and Battlestar Galactica, as well as appearing as a possessed mental patient in the X-Files ninth season episode "Daemonicus".He was in the mini series "The Grid" (2004) as Hudson "Hud" the love interest of Julianna Margulie's character. He also starred as Tiny Bellows on the short-lived TV series, The Huntress. Since 2006, he has co-starred in Dexter on Showtime; James was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Dexter Morgan's adoptive father, Harry Morgan. James also has a recurring guest role in Jericho on CBS.


Harry Morgan : Dexter's adopted father, now deceased. Harry has appeared many times in the series, but only in flashbacks (during seasons one and two) or envisioned in Dexter's mind continuing to provide him with advice, having passed away 10 years before the series began.
Harry Morgan was a Detective and highly-respected member of the Miami Police Department, and a close friend of his immediate superior Captain Tom Matthews. In the course of a high-stakes drug case, Harry began an illicit relationship with Laura Moser to gather information and evidence on the drug lords in question. As Laura feared, she was discovered and made an example of; she and three others were executed with chainsaws in a shipping container. Her sons Brian and Dexter were left in the container for several days, sitting in three inches of blood, until Harry and a police team recovered them. Emotionally rocked by what had transpired, Harry, regretting how he used Laura, adopted Dexter, while Brian was sent into care. At an early age, Harry realized that the experience had left Dexter with numerous sociopathic tendencies such as a fascination with blood, disassociation, and eventually zoosadism.
At first Harry attempted to treat these compulsions though normal psychological measures, but he eventually came to the conclusion that Dexter's increasingly sadistic nature couldn't be repressed or controlled. Instead, Harry decided to train the budding sociopath as a vigilante; to hunt and kill criminals who flaunted conventional justice without leaving clues that could lead to his discovery. Dexter prized these lessons as a means to fulfill his desires unmolested and with his father's approval, dubbing them the "Code of Harry". By Contrast, Harry's relationship with his biological daughter Deb was more complicated. She craved her father's approval desperately, but due to being excluded from the the father-son outings Harry used to cover his teaching Dexter about killing, grew up feeling unappreciated.
Harry was initially proud of Dexter's capabilities; he gave Dexter permission to take his first human life in his late teens when he discovered that one of his nurses was slowly poisoning him - and had killed other patients - with overdoses of morphine, and praised him afterward. However, when Juan Rinez, a pimp who was murdering his own prostitutes, was released due to a faulty(mistyped) search warrant, Harry lost his temper and told Dexter he was right in training him. When Dexter tracks down and kills Rinez, Harry is taken aback by the way Dexter proudly shows him the pimp's dismembered body; It is Harry's first actual view of Dexter's "work", and he finds himself horrified by what he has turned his son into. Harry commits suicide a few days later, by deliberately overdosing on his medication, but not before telling Matthews to look after his children. Dexter discovers this close to the show's second season, and the knowledge makes Dexter begin to question his father's motives.
Throughout Season 3 Harry appears frequently to Dexter in visions, giving him advice Dexter often willfully ignores. Harry, in these visions, continually advises Dexter not to get involved personally with people, because if he does, they will discover his secret. Harry is especially emphatic about Dexter abandoning his plans to teach Miguel Prado how to kill. Eventually, Dexter appears to come to an understanding with his father and the visions become less argumentative.

Jennifer Carpenter As Debra Morgan

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