Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Dexter = whipped

This NY Magazine article discusses the transformation of the fictional character Dexter, from cold-blooded killer to soccer dad:

Dexter returns for its sixth season on Sunday, and with it comes the requisite gore deftly contrasted with the brutal sunshine of Miami. Some things never change! But some things really, really do. Like Dexter. Over the course of the series, he's gone from stone-cold sociopath to slightly-less-cold lovable vigilante. Whatever moral ambiguity the show used to embrace — is it okay to ... root for a murderer? — is gone, replaced with a strange certainty (definitely root for this murderer!) that takes a lot of the creepiness away from the show. How did Miami Metro's favorite blood-splatter analyst go from his pas de deux with the Ice Truck Killer in season one to trying to get his son into a prestigious nursery school in season six? By following this plan to go from scary serial killer to soft suburban dad in these seven easy steps!
People ask me whether I think Dexter is an accurate portrayal of a sociopath. I say that in the first season, maybe second, it was so eerily accurate on some of his internal dialogue that I thought there must be someone on the writing staff or a consultant who was a sociopath themselves. Now I still watch it and it is entertaining and makes me want to live in Miami, but not so much accurate.

By the way, how to achieve your own predatory stare? Practice a half smile in front of a mirror, then while maintaining the smile, add a sneer gradually until you get just the right mix of sinister masked by friendly.

52 comments:

  1. people still watch tv?

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  2. By the way, how to achieve your own predatory stare? Practice a half smile in front of a mirror, then while maintaining the smile, add a sneer gradually until you get just the right mix of sinister masked by friendly.

    I do this sometimes.. rage comes up in me if i add a measured, practiced speech to an enemy.

    I like this.

    Anyone: would doing this kind of thing prevent outbursts and cause calm behavior, or would this be useless for you?

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  3. Also, what ukan said a long time ago--that empaths sometimes mistake repressed rage for sociopathy?

    He gotsta purnt, ya know.

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  4. I love Jason so much. I want to do bible study with him and go to kingdom hall like good boy.

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  5. I don't understand this place.

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  6. Kingdom hall? Is Jason a Jehovah's Witness? That would explain things.

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  7. I am going to fuck you up, Jason.

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  8. Dexter turned in to a faggot.

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  9. My conscious awareness of sociopathy came in about a year and a half ago as I was trying to understand the core reasons for the rivalry between my siblings. That's when I heard of Dexter and started streamlining from N.....x. I ended up watching all episodes of Season 1 on Day 1, and started watching about five episodes a day until finishing up with Season 4. Season 1 was extremely educational for me. The show indeed got steadily away from sociopathy and became more like watching a soap opera. I don't have a TV, and really like streamlining because the episodes are at least commercial free. I don't seem to have patience for Dexter any more, and would love to have a new hardcore socio show.

    The opening of Dexter with the music and the mosquito close up and the blood spatter is a classic for me, that could not get old ever. Dexter character himself, though, is the least sexy socio depiction for my taste. I like Anthony Hopkins for a sexy socio, yeyyyy... Would also like to watch Angelina Jolie play and old bitter psycho one day.

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  10. The secret to a predatory stare is smiling with your mouth while your eyes remain perfectly neutral. A happy smile uses both your eyes and mouth, a crazy smile has eyes that stare ahead blankly (or stare intensely, if you want to be even crazier).

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  11. An expression is scary when it conveys two differing emotions like happiness and rage.
    I think is why some pictures are creepy.

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  12. People already galvanized against me at my new job. They think I'm a asshole, but the manager loves me. Yesterday when he was gone the top producer came to my desk and asked if I could be a little quieter when talking to the debtors on the phone. I ignored her and she asked me why I was such a asshole. I told her because she was wasting my time and people on her team jumped up and tried to tell me to leave the office and that I couldn't talk to her like that. This one guy was so angry he ran up on me like he was going to do something and I asked him if that was supposed to intimidate me. They ended up calling the manager and I told him that being quieter in sales is retarded and he offered to move me to the main office. I accepted.
    The main office is pretty cool. They had a sales seminar with this crazy energetic manager who was very charasmatic. It was two hours and he talked about how to control people as well as self improvement. He is really into tony robbins. I think I'm going to out sell everyone, rise to the top, and fire that bitch.
    I got the job because I was bored. I told him that in the interview. I'm already making what their top producers make in a week in two days. It would be good to have a legitimate career though.

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  13. Bitch or not, if she's the current top earner, getting rid of her would be bad for business.


    "People ask me whether I think Dexter is an accurate portrayal of a sociopath. I say that in the first season, maybe second, it was so eerily accurate on some of his internal dialogue that I thought there must be someone on the writing staff or a consultant who was a sociopath themselves. Now I still watch it and it is entertaining and makes me want to live in Miami, but not so much accurate."

    I would say that a decent chunk of the inner dialogue was accurate, but to the extent that the delusional thoughts were also part of it, meaning some of the things he would say were definitely delusional and not self-aware. Nowadays Dexter is just entertaining TV, right up there with Breaking Bad and Justified.

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  14. I've only seen up to season 3 of Dexter. When does he start going soft?

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  15. I decided to quit smoking cigarettes last night. I had successfully quit for a few months but picked it up again recently. Here goes nothing...

    As far as Dexter goes, the show is now so so. His "predatory" stare is still a turn on.

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  16. I felt the change in Season 5, Haven.

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  17. Is finding love at work a symptom of a PD?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UF8uR6Z6KLc

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  18. Strange Ukan, you sitting there at some desk as a debt collector calling people the whole day. That wasn’t the picture I had from you.

    In the end it’s telemarketing, low skill jobs with low commissions. They try to sell it to you like you’re gonna be a millionaire in a couple of years if you work well, that never happens. I recall going to some presentation for vacuum cleaner sellers when I was 19, that’s 15y ago. I didn’t had the education nor the experience I have now but saw right through the bully that was trying to sell the ‘make a lot of money story’. Showing of his Mercedes (that was at least 10y old).
    Well if you enjoy it why not, but you might want to consider changing your profile picture and downgrade your ‘bad guy factor’.

    I’m doing short cons these days, are going extremely well. Have an appointment in half an hour and one tomorrow, won’t be around here much these days. Take care.

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  19. I made 10k a month fresh out of prison on putting people in debt after being at a place for four months. I don't have a telemarketing job. My job is to track people down using backround checks, intimidatng peoples relatives, and embarrassing them at work. I already love this job. The mediocre people in this place make more than you david and they don't have to do sexual favors for old men.

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  20. UKan proves there is a right job for everyone.

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  21. Hey Blue, do you still go to parties? Random thought but it would be funny if I ran into you at one.

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  22. Crreeeeeeeperrrrrrr

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  23. Hey, lots of sociopaths work office/sales jobs. As a matter of fact, they do exceptionally well for themselves there! In the western world, we value the cutthroat attitude of the sociopath in the business world. It is most often those with these personality types that get to the top, in fact. Capitalism-and don't get me wrong, in many ways its a pretty dang good system-but it is an eat or be eaten economic system, so the socios flourish there, for sure.

    UKan will be very successful at what he is doing, I think.

    @Sweet

    Yes, I go to parties, but California is pretty big isn't it? :P

    Good luck with quitting. I'd quit on the ecig for a few days, then I ran out of fluid and now I have to wait for it to come in the mail before I can go back to quitting. On the bright side, when it does come, it'll last me months, so I'll be good and set for awhile

    I'm getting strawberry pie, warm sugar cookie, hummingbird nectar, and pineapple shake flavors. I is very excite! ;)

    @Today's post

    Uhh, yeah. Suburban soccer dad? I need to catch up on my Dexter, but come on. It's totally obvious that the producers want to make the character relate able, at the expensive of accuracy too-it if was a totally accurate picture of sociopathy I doubt viewers would be as amenable to the show's main protagonist.

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  24. Under my smile is pure rage.

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  25. Dexter was never a sociopath. Sociopaths prey on innocents, not serial killers.

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  26. As was said before, If Dexter were a true psychopath, nobody would be able to relate to him and the show wouldn't be popular. They would call him a heartless monster, as they do with real life psychopaths.

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  27. You'd think a Dexter topic day would bring all sorts flocking in today, but so far an almost bust.

    As for psychopaths and sociopaths in the media, they just need that special something to make them endearing, even if everything they do is wicked, vile, murderous, et cetera. For Dexter in the early seasons, it was killing bad guys. You can't go 6 seasons of the same shtik. It's bad for the tele ratings.

    Hannibal Lecter has pulled it off for a handful of films, and in good TV there is almost always a sociopathic character that people hate to love but can't help it. Whether they're just amoral and seem nuts or genuinely conniving, someone's going to root for the guy/gal, because they're usually going through with a fantasy situation the viewer would never do, but has always wanted to.

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  31. ME;

    I think somebody hates your blog ^---

    Maybe get rid of anons for awhile. Holy cripes.

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  33. It's just filler until the next melodrama.

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  34. Medusa, you caitiff! Fie to thee, thou vacuous trollop and to thine brow the furious judgment of an inebriated swine in the threads of a justiciar not whence needed!

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  35. Blue

    O I thought you were a So Cal resident but it was a fleeting thought of "wouldn't that be hilarious". And by So Cal I am not including San Diego.

    The E cigs are nice, but cold turkey has so far been the best way for me to go. I am one of those crazy assholes that smokes along with the patches/ lozenges while buying an energy drink if I even attempt the nicotine replacements. So yup, cold turkey it is, but I have only picked up the habit recently in the last few weeks. I want to nip it in the butt before it becomes a real problem again.

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  36. 'And by So Cal I am not including San Diego.' --sweetcheeks

    That's because its Northern Mexico just as Florida is Northern Cuba. Until you go into the inland... that's where all the crazy crackers are hiding.

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  37. come closer i got a secret clooooser i got a secret to tell

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  38. clooooser...

    i've got a secret to tell

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  39. All your secrets are belong to me.

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  40. Attack of the Elderly Memes!October 12, 2011 at 10:06 PM

    eDEN GOT PWNED!!1

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  41. @David-- I say hurray for UKan and fuck you. I'm no fan of UKan, but I'd dig a ditch before I'd suck dick for money. I love how you call it a 'short con' You're no grifter, you're a lazy bitch, where Eden has a penis you,ve got a stanky vagina.

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  42. This show is actually filmed in Los Angeles. I see place I know all the time.

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