People of the world, here's something to make you feel good: Dexter's Debra Morgan has way worse luck in relationships than you. No, really...unless you've dated a serial killer, a man who slowly died in front of you and a guy who is "definitely in trouble" thanks to your psychopathic brother.
We just chatted up Deb's latest conquest, Dexter's Desmond Harrington, for scoop on the final two episodes of the Showtime hit, and be forewarned: we are deeply concerned about what's coming up for Quinn...
"Quinn is in trouble," Desmond tells us. "I think in this Sunday's episode you see a drop of blood hit my foot, and I'm definitely in trouble in [the season finale]."
That doesn't sound good at all, does it?
We've seen this Sunday's episode and can tell you the blood is most definitely hitting the fan—and we're not sure how Quinn's going to get out of it.
Desmond can't comment whether he'll be a part of the rumored (our sources confirm it's happening) sixth season of Dexter, but he will say he's pretty sure there won't be a cliffhanger for Quinn.
He's also loving being in love with Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) this season. "It's real. I think maybe early on in the year he was in this to get information on Dexter [but] that's definitely not the case now. He is actually in love with her...He definitely has softened up a lot. I honestly like that he's a little softer and basically he's fallen in love with this girl."
Quinn also seems alarmingly close to figuring out Dexter's big secret—that he is the "vigilante" murderer Deb is hunting. And that can't end in a good place...or can it? "In terms of accepting what Dexter does," Desmond says, "honestly I don't think [Quinn] would have a problem with this idea of justice being served the way that Dexter does it…Quinn more or less has a code of his own. I feel like he is very much a cop that would go to bat for other cops. And not necessarily in the best means."
And if you like your Desmond a little darker, good news: Gossip Girl producers have asked him to reprise his role as Jack Bass around February. Bring on the Basshole! Then, Dexter producers, you best bring him back to your awesome little Showtime show for season six. Poor Deb can't take any more heartache, and neither can we.