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[ # ] Dexter prepares to say goodbye as Ray Donovan says hello!
June 30th, 2013 under Showtime

Tonight at 9p Dexter (Michael C Hall) is back for one more killer season on Showtime. The episode takes place 6 months after Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) killed María LaGuerta and she is still not over what happened. She has pretty much cut her brother out of her life and he doesn’t know how to handle it. But he will have bigger things on his plate when Evelyn Vogel (Charlotte Rampling), a neuro-psychiatrist specializing in child psychopaths comes to town. She has a connection to Dexter that he doesn’t know about and it will make things very interesting. But not as interesting as what happens at the end of the 4th episode. But I am getting a head of myself.

Then at 10p it is time to meet Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber). He is a Hollywood fixer-upper. As in if you get in trouble, he will get you out of it anyway he can and he doesn’t care who he hurts. Besides dealing with his job, he has to deal with his family that has its own set of issues. He has a f*cked up father (Jon Voight) who just got out jail and wants to reconnect with him even though Ray wants nothing to do with Mickey. Mickey wants to be in all of his sons’ lives, but he still hasn’t fixed his ways. So he starts out by killing the Priest who molested one of his sons when was younger. That makes amends, right?
Then there is Ray’s wife, Abby (Paula Malcomson), and kids. His wife doesn’t trust him and his kids wants more.
Finally there are Ray’s bosses, Ezra Goodman (Elliott Gould) and Lee Drexler (Peter Jacobson) who are just f*cked up as he is, but they think they are better than it all. Or do they?
The first thing you will realize about Ray Donovan, is that he needs to hire himself to fix up his life. But that doesn’t mean the drama needs fixing because it is one great Hollywood tale that you won’t be able to say no to.
The only thing that bums me out, is that there is no way for Showtime to do a crossover episode with Ray Donovan and Californication’s Hank Moody. If ever there were two characters that needed each other, it is these two!


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