Dexter Morgan, from Showtime’s series “Dexter” is played by Michael C. Hall, who plays a blood splatter analyst and is a gripping character because he’s also a serial killer. He spends his days working for the homicide division, but is a serial killer who kills other killers by night. Dexter has many personality layers. He thinks cleverly, he solves problems easily, and he balances both sides of being a married father and a psychopath. He, at first, seems like a normal person, who lives a normal, sophisticated, friendly life, but becomes cold hearted and ruthless when he seeks out to kill the guilty. He is extremely socially awkward and often expounds upon his inability to connect with people. Dexter recognizes his lack of normal feelings and has few, real, personal relationships because he doesn’t have emotions like most people. Even his sister Deborah complains that he is too emotionally distant. He wants to appear normal to society which is why he met Rita and married her. An example of his lack of emotions can be seen when he has a conversation with one of his victims, a quote from the series found on IMDb:
“Dexter: I’m empty. But I found a way to make it feel less bottomless.
Jeremy Downs: How?
Dexter: Pretend. You pretend the feelings are there, for the world, for the people around you. Who knows? Maybe one day they will be.”
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