Advertisements What a seesaw ride for the "is Gellar real" question. At first it seemed obviously not when he was totally ignored by the waitress. Then, did Travis tie up the waitress in some kind of fugue state, or is Gellar real and did it? Even during this scene she seemed to ignore Gellar, but she seemed to be hoping Travis would let her out--would she do that if he's the one who tied her up? And at the very end of that scene she appears to look away from Gellar; coincidence? Then, we find out that Gellar was definitely a real person... so did he convert Travis, then die, and that somehow precipitated Travis' visions and sent him off the deep end? After last week I was leaning towards "real", after this week I'm leaning towards "imaginary". How messed up must that policewoman be, after tripping that wire? I really enjoyed Deb's press conference. Just what I thought it would be. Her potty mouth is actually the part of her character I like the most--it seems the most "real". That necklace was hideous. I wonder if the Captain is so pleased with Deb's performance just because it makes LaGuerta look as bad as possible. I had to laugh at all the doomsday guys arguing for their particular brand of crazy on a bench in the police station. Also funny was Batista and Quinn munching away on chips back at the station The plotline with Harrison being sick and Dexter's discussion with the coffee machine (I mean God...) was so predictable (as soon as Harrison was reported to not feeling well I knew it would happen, although I thought they might be more heavy-handed about it and have it last a few episodes or something). I did enjoy the conversations with Brother Sam though. Mos Def is mos def' killing it in that role.