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The Angel of Death (2011)

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Miami Homicide starts investigating Professor James Gellar. Dexter examines the angel wings from DDK's most recent killing and finds that a unique glue was used to attach a piece of the wing. This leads him to Travis Marshall, who works with rare books at a museum. Masuka hires a new assistant, Louis Green, who helps him with the missing evidence from the Ice Truck Killer case. Deb gets into an argument with Jamie at Dexter's apartment and realizes she needs her own place. Brother Sam tells Dexter that someone fired gunshots at his auto shop. Gellar tries to get Travis to start making his own kills. After Travis fails to capture a "Whore of Babylon" on his own, he and Gellar kidnap a woman together. Dexter decides to kill Travis, but then realizes Travis is just Gellar's tool, and that he might not have succumbed to the "darkness" yet. Dexter decides that Gellar is the one he must kill, and that Travis can lead him to Gellar. Quinn and Batista go to Tallahassee to investigate Gellar's former assistant, now Professor Porter. After Quinn sleeps with Porter, Batista finds a journal of Gellar's full of detailed illustrations similar to the Doomsday crime scenes. An unknown person shoots Brother Sam in his shop.

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "Dexter (season 6)", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.