At the station, Quinn tells Deb that Fiona's sketch matches what the burglary division has told the local news break ins. So, it doesn't add anything to the investigation really. Deb is annoyed that all she can tell them is how perfect her fiancée was. Angel says it's not easy to accept you're all alone in the world. That's so gross. He's so good at those pitiful moments. Quinn just hangs his head, which is how that made me feel as well. Angel asks Dex what the blood from the scene tells him -- Dexter responds that he's working through discrepancies. Somebody's cell phone is buzzing. Good sound editing, I actually thought that was mine and had to mute the TV. After a while, Quinn says, "Deb, your ass." It's from Yuki. She ignores the call. It's like Yuki is Adam Sandler and Deb is Shannen Doherty.
Vince pops into the room with tickets to his keynote address at the Forensics Conference. Yawn. Quinn says not his thing. Deb says she's flea-combing her dog and she jets it out of there. Angel says he's with his little girl that night. Vince says he doesn't know the date of the Conference yet, but Angel says he has to keep his schedule open. He turns to Dexter and says, "Et Tu Dexte?" Dexter says he wouldn't miss it.
Dexter VO's that Vince is the court jester -- but there's something about being a character actor. It's exhausting to have all of the emotions that the leads would have. I think it would be pretty exhausting to be Karen Black, who is a character actor. She seems insane too.
The sketch artist at the station tells Deb that Fiona's description looks just like what the burglary unit already had. Deb is frustrated. She talks to Fiona who says she didn't see the perpetrator. Even though he knocked her down and hurt her knee? Deb says picture it and the girl starts freaking out. Deb corrects herself and says don't picture it. Quinn arrives with coffee and calms Fiona down. She says she's not helping with the investigation and Quinn says she's doing great. They take a break. Quinn says they're going to look at mug books. Deb offers to set up a room with the mug books, but he says he's got it. She seems annoyed.
Rita is sitting beside the porcelain god when Dex brings in crackers. This part should pass soon, he half tells her/half asks. She says that people tell her she should glow. I guess there is an odd glow to a sweating, vomiting person. She says she can't believe she called a guest a bitch. It happens, Rita. Usually only once. But, it happens. She tells Dex she's going to ask for her job back. Otherwise, no one's going to hire her -- knowing she has to take maternity leave. That's my problem with the earlier scene. She couldn't just tell the lady she was experiencing morning sickness because she's pregnant? Otherwise, don't tell prospective employers that you're expecting. She says she has no savings and no health insurance. He says he has insurance. Also, as a married couple they could use the children as tax ride-offs. She vomits. Is that a no? Yes. That's a no.