That was a terribly written episode. As predictable and bad as episode 10.
How in the hell did Dexter not see the LaGuerta trap coming?
Why did he keep the evidence? (the pen), something he never does.
We saw Deb take countless pills. It's obvious that Hannah didn't poison her. Or maybe she really did, but that would make the writing even worse.
Again. Just like in season 1. It makes absolutely no sense that Dexter chose Deb over Hannah/Bryan.
Why did Deb choose the difficult way to get rid of Hannah instead of just letting her die in episode 8 (or whenever it was). That "I didn't want to be responsible for her death" bullshit was awful... especially because she just wanted Dexter to kill her a couple of days earlier.
Why would Hannah even try to go after Deb? How would that stop the police from interviewing the witness?
And why would Dexter risk keeping Hannah alive? So I'm guessing he wants her to tell the police about his "Dark Rider"? Is that another surprising plot twist?
Or just bad writing again? Not the smartest move to send someone who knows everything about you to jail if you know that LaGuerta is hunting you.
This season had so much potential but it turned from being the best first 6 episodes of a Dexter season into some shit that is even worse than season 6.
The preview for episode 12 looked fucked up again... looking forward to another bad episode.