And still it applies, as suddenly it seems like the writers’ fingerprints are all over the place.
Julia Stiles has released a statement denying she is involved in the split of her Dexter co-stars Michael C Hall and Jennifer Carpenter.The couple announced their plans to divorce in a statement this week, and the rumour mill was quickly buzzing with speculation that Hall had fallen for his onscreen love interest.’s seventh season, and “Do the Wrong Thing” felt like a true pivot point.While the first portion of this season has focused almost exclusively on the aftermath of Deb learning the truth about Dexter’s extracurricular activities, the events of this episode, and the path it paves for future episodes, suggest that the second half is going to be much more interested in Dexter’s relationship with the mysterious, likely demented Hannah Mc Kay. Don’t get me wrong, I think the story with Dexter and Hannah is damn compelling. I have been a faithful viewer and even got Dubba G hooked on it as well.
Honestly, out of all the shows I have ever watched, Dexter (and M*A*S*H) are the only shows I will miss as a relative I will never see again.Hall), a Forensic Analyst from the Miami Police Department and a serial killer who controls his ‘needs’.His father, Harry Morgan (James Remar), who is now dead, lives in Dexter’s imagination and gets him through life.Stiles, 29, said in a statement today: 'I have absolutely nothing to do with the split between Michael and Jennifer. This is a personal matter between them, and we should respect their privacy.The Bourne Ultimatum actress adds: 'Although I too prefer to keep my private life, private - I felt compelled to dispel the rumors I was somehow the cause for this matter.'Celebrity website Hollyscoop claimed yesterday that sources on the set of Dexter have 'suspected something was going on' between Julia and 39-year-old Michael for some time.I’ve consistently lauded the chemistry between Yvonne Strahovski and Michael C.