Deb enters the interview room occupied by King. With great tenderness, she says that she knows that respect is very important to him. He concedes that it is. She also says that she knows that he feels that people need to earn his respect. "Yes Ma'am." Then, Deb loses her shit. She says, "Well, I feel like you've earned this." She knocks him out of his chair and pins him on the floor. Carpenter has got some serious physical presence. I have no problem at all believing that she could take this guy. He's frightened. She says, "What's the matter, little gardener, huh? Do you feel disrespected? You'll get used to it in prison, because your foreman Mario is next door and he is spilling his guts!" I don't think this is what Dexter had in mind, but it is awesome. King is suddenly no longer engaged with what Deb is saying. She says that she can see he is positive that Mario is afraid of him as she pulls his head to her like he's a rag doll. This actor playing King is pretty exceptional too. He can be a little hammy, but this is good. "What did you do to him?" she screams. "What did you do to Anton?" I'm serious, people. Show me some more exciting supporting work from an actress this year. This shit is good and she should get an award. Not that that's the most important thing, but I want it to happen. Quinn bursts in the room and screams for her to get off of King. She says her requisite "Fuck" and leaves the room.
We see a highway and continue to hear highway noises as Anton screams for help from some sort of dark shed. Poor guy looks like he's in tons of pain. Outside the station, Quinn follows a stomping Deb. He tells her that they're supposed to be working together, which is difficult with her going off half-cocked. How is he supposed to trust her? She thinks that's an unbelievable question, but I have to say that, right now, the things that she has heard about Quinn are not quite as damning as the things that he's actually witnessed with her in regards to this case. He says that she's lucky Angel wasn't watching the monitors. She says that she's thinking about Anton and he replies that he wants to find him just as badly as she does. She shoots back that if he cared anything about Anton, he wouldn't have made him his "fake CI." He says that she was too busy boning him to provide him with protective surveillance. Wow, this is getting thick. She says that he's crossing a line -- which is kind of funny since she keeps bringing up that he like killed a cop or something. That's a line too, right? He says that she knew Anton was in town and she says that she "told him to call it in." Eh, not sure I know exactly what she means. Call in a disturbance? Or just call in for surveillance. Anyhoo, he says that Deb should have called it in. At this point, she kind of cracks a little bit and says that he's right. It's her fault. He softens too and says that he used Anton -- it's his fault too. Deb says that they only have a few more hours that they can hold onto King -- Quinn suggests that they get back to work.