So for Dexter fans, it seems that season six is out. The latest episode debuted recently (the second one). To all would-be Dexter fans, warning, spoilers I saw the first episode and I'm currently downloading the second, but my impressions on the show are a bit mixed. I think Edward James Olmos's character will be a good contrasting character for Dexter (since most of the main "villains" of the show kinda show a "what if" or "lesson" for Dexter, such as Dexter's brother in season one, the Trinity Killer in season four, etc), but the religion thing is kinda annoying. I don't see the point of emphasis when it never mattered to him. He never adamantly hated it or loved it, he's always been indifferent and it never had a role in his serial killing. Why they decided to bring it up is beyond me. Hopefully this will fade away later in the season (outside of the new opposing serial killer being a religious one).