This season, Dexter's cop sister traded in her once-steamy relationship with Antoine for a second go-at-it with aging Agent Frank Lundy. But when both Debra and Lundy were shot by a still-unknown assailant, the potty-mouthed detective had to stare into the eyes of the man she loved as he died. It was sad. For, like, a second. It's time for Deb to quit the mourning and realize that she's got the perfect rebound material in her partner, hot-headed Detective Quinn.
He's been hot on the trail of the person who shot her and Lundy, and despite a lapse in judgment in the form of an affair with that nosy reporter, I think he's the perfect person to nurse Deb's broken heart. Plus, he looks like he'd be a freak in the sack.
According to the Associated Press, Arkansas police have destroyed the 2006 offense report for Josh Duggar, which detailed how the then-14-year-old had molested five girls, including his sisters, on the orders of Judge Stacy Zimmerman. “As far as the Springdale Police Department is concerned, this report doesn’t exist,” Springdale’s police representative Scott Lewis told AP.
Netflix confirmed today that “A Very Murray Christmas” will be streaming this December.