Deb says that they need to bring George King in for further questioning. Quinn says they've been looking for him all night. Angel asks if they've gotten any information from King's foreman, Mario, who is still being held for questioning. Nope. He freaked out when they brought up King and would rather be deported to Nicaragua than talk. Angel says that he will try to find a flexible judge -- presumably to let them keep Mario longer, though they don't have any concrete reason. Deb says that she's going to monitor King's house and Quinn corrects her -- they will be monitoring King's house. Before they leave, Angel stops them and tells them that he wants them to use restraint and to wait for a warrant before any search. Heh. Of all the times he could ask for that, he has to do it at the exact moment when you know girl's not going to be using any restraint. Angel says that they need to find some sort of evidence or, even if they find King, they won't be able to hold him past today. Dexter replies, "A day can save a lot of skin." Angel seems appropriately freaked out by that comment.
Meanwhile, poor Anton is strapped to a chair and is missing large swaths of skin from his back. He is hyperventilating and telling someone that they have to listen to him. And, who is that someone? Why, it's George Washington King! He's wiping off a big giant knife and walking menacingly towards Anton. Anton says that if he knew where Freebo was, he would tell him. The cops were using him as bait. This seems ineffective so Anton tries a new tactic -- he does know where Freebo is! He can show him! Still not working, let's try...you want money? Freebo owes you money? Anton can get you some money! King leans down and tells him that he doesn't want Anton's money -- he loaned Freebo that money and this is about respect. Uh, so if he loaned that money to Freebo, he must have met him, right? Does this guy really think that someone like Anton would feel scared of that douchebag or otherwise obligated to protect him? George Washington King needs to wise up, or else he's just going to be skinning people for nothing all of the time. Wasted energy there. King tells Anton that, after the first cut, he had all night to think about his questions. After this most recent cut, he'll only have an hour. No rest for the cutted. As he leaves, Anton cries like a baby, which is sad.