Episode 806

Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) is almost as talented a blood-spatter expert as he is a serial killer. By day, the forensics expert gathers the information necessary to piece together crimes, but riding alongside his Dark Passenger, he is meticulous at obscuring any trail leading back to the scenes of his own homicides. Perhaps the scariest thing about Dexter, however, is that you would never expect him to be a killer. By day, he blends seamlessly into the Miami population – just a Tommy Bahama-wearing regular dad with a big secret. VIP Fan Auctions is now giving fans of  Dexter an opportunity to own the Tommy Bahama shirt Michael C. Hall wore on-screen in the eighth-season episode “A Little Reflection” (pictured above). Click here for details and photos – and place your bid today!




As the series finale draws near for Dexter, VIP Fan Auctions is taking fans back in time to the pivotal second-season finale, “British Invasion,” in which Dexter (Michael C. Hall) is unknowingly spared from having his Dark Passenger revealed when firebug Lila (Jaime Murray) uses her incendiary skills to do away with James Doakes (Erik King). The auction site is offering the shirt and pants worn on-screen by Michael C. Hall in the episode. Click here for photos and additional information about this distinctive piece of Dexter wardrobe from television’s darkest antihero of all time!




Lumen Pierce (played by Julia Stiles) witnessed Dexter Morgan doing what he does best. Since Lumen is an innocent victim of the serial killer Boyd Fowler, however, Dexter allows her to keep his secret and the two ultimately form a partnership in hunting down and killing the others who subjected her to unspeakable crimes. Fans now have the chance to collect a piece of Dexter history at VIP Fan Auctions by bidding on Lumen’s four-leaf clover necklace and jewelry box, which were featured in the fifth-season episode “In the Beginning.” Click here for photos and details – or to place your bid.

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