...and then she's telling him via some terrible ADR she wants him as they climb into bed. Well, that was pretty fast, but we've got a lot more ground to cover here, such as the fact that when we pan left, you can SEE EJO SURREPTITIOUSLY WATCHING THEM THROUGH THE CRACK IN THE DOOR. Even if he is imaginary, that's still way creepy.
At the hospital, the doctor appears and gives the good news that Harrison will be fine, and Dexter spontaneously hugs him, which again is adorable and underscores how strongly he loves his son. Knowing Harrison's out of danger, Deb runs off, as Matthews has summoned her to discuss the fucking press conference, and Dexter gives Jamie leave to go as well. When they're gone, Dexter sincerely thanks Mos Def for staying, and Mos Def encourages him to keep an open mind about the faith thing before heading out as well. When he's gone, behind Dexter you can see the TV playing a commercial for some kitchen-convenience product called "JarIt!" and it's so pointed that I can't figure out if it's a future plot point or a joke. Either way, I wish they'd used the opening credits of Liz Lemon's talk show instead.
Deb turns up to Matthews's office, expecting to receive the fastest demotion in history, but Matthews doesn't string her along as he tells her that everyone loves his new "spark plug of a lieutenant," adding that she was direct with no bullshit and justified his faith in her. I'd like to see her do a little more actual police work before she's crowned Lieutenant Of The Year, but it's nice to see her not fall flat on her face despite LaGuerta's attempts to trip her. Matthews goes on that her dad would be very proud of her, and concludes with, "Keep up the good fucking work!" I mean, I get it, Matthews, but I really don't think there's any need to encourage her. She smiles and thanks him before heading out, and successes aside, she obviously hasn't learned a thing about walking in heels.
Anderson appears and asks which of "Crockett" and "Tubbs" (heh) owns the Firebird, and when Batista owns up, Anderson tells him, "You park like a dick." Nice. Batista and Quinn, still apparently stoned from that awesome expired pot, giggle at that, and then Deb appears, pulls Anderson aside, and thanks him for his advice. Apparently taking this as a cue to continue to be a thorn in her side/keep her on her toes, he suggests she watch the language, but she crows that people liked it. Quinn and Batista then come in and inform them that they talked to the preacher, and it turns out he's obsessed with a Revelations expert named James Gellar. Anderson is familiar with the name, having used that amazing police technique called "Googling," and as he tells us he was a professor at the University of Tallahassee, pulls up his website, which is titled "The Beginning Of The End" and has a picture of EJO on it; not only that, the updates end on the day of the first murder. Anderson says he's been trying to get in touch with him, but Batista and Quinn laugh at how they have better information at the moment -- according to the preacher, Anderson went underground. Well, I am no expert on internet forensics, but that website being updated so recently is a place to start, no? Batista, however, is focused on telling us that Gellar went underground because he lost his job after being accused of stealing an ancient sword that, according to legend, belonged to John The Revelator. Deb congratulates them on their work, and even Anderson nods in appreciation, and I'm sorry but CAN YOU START CHECKING INTO THAT WEBSITE, PLEASE?