Possiblekim wrote:Dexter: Even in the intrest of "POST-ENDAVOR SCIENCE"
Dexter is still treating girls like a subject or experiment. He did this in an episode "A Tribe called Girl". He hides in the dolls to observe the behaviour of the girls. This proves to Dexter to be still not good socializing with girls. I wonder will Blossom going to help him with that.
Well, the Dexter-speak is a little tough to translate, plus he uses the word "endeavor" twice, however I think what he is saying is that he agreed to do this as a sort of social experiment after he and Blossom finished their work in the science lab for the day. I agree with you that he is expressing it and even thinking of it in terms which he can understand. However, I think his interest in Blossom is more than just scientific. He just doesn't recognize his emotions, he has never acknowledged them before, so it's much like he's feeling his, well, feelings for the first time.
He's there because of Blossom, he's just trying to explain it to himself, and to him, looking at the tryout as an experiment, or a break after the days "endeavors" makes sense.
Now, Bubbles' resemblance to Dee Dee might stir up some romantic feelings in him, but I consider that unlikely since Dee Dee was his sister. Plus, he's missing Dee Dee right now, but if Bubbles were to start doing something that annoys him, he will likely remember that side of their relationship too. I expect that his conflict could drive him back into his old state of mind, but really, that's why he has Blossom there now. His relationship with Blossom is very different, she shares more of his interests, and interacts with him on much the same level. She's much more level headed and calm than either Bubbles or Dee Dee, so she's not likely to annoy him when she wants his attention, like Dee Dee did.
It all depends on where Bee Are is going with this, but I think that if Dexter starts to shift back into his old state of mind, Blossom will notice, and will try to help him through it. He really was alone, before, he had no one to help him deal with his guilt and grief, and now he does. He has a new person in his life now, and that's really what this part of the story is about. And although Blossom is more intellectual and less emotional than Dee Dee, she is much more aware of her emotions than Dexter, and is very good at reading Dexter's moods, and what he's going through. So he can continue to learn from her, the way he used to learn from Dee Dee. (When he actually listened and didn't try to ignore her)