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The complexities of Hannah's new relationship and her love of Dexter are juxtaposed. But as Miles is dead before the end, so much of this detail was superfluous. All the work that went into making the Cassie character as interesting as she was, also got flushed away rather rapidly, highlighting the very obvious issue with Zach that I mentioned last week. He's a killer, plain and simple.
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As for Hannah, I'm having a hard time understanding her or the relationship with Dexter, possibly because I'm not a sociopath. It's the way she moved from how Miles helped her when she was down and has 'other talents', before declaring that she wants Dexter to kill Miles for her. Something, it transpires, she's totally capable of doing herself. Like the long-forgotten Lumen, Hannah's another loose end in the Dexter diatribe that needs closing off in a permanent way. The only question that remains is will her exit be one of her own making, Dexter's, Debra's or Zach's?