Once they're gone, she turns to Dex and tells him that what just happened was ridiculous. Then, she walks away. His VO continues -- the only roles that he ever had problems with were the good guys. Eh, the bad guys are more fun to play anyway.
Later, they are all at a cookout at Miguel's house, in his backyard. Ramon and Miguel are arguing alone to the side, because Ramon's belligerence apparently can't subside for even a tiny moment. Syl cleans the table of paper plates (Prado! Not green!) and Dexter watches the argument. With Syl gone, Rita revisits their discussion from earlier and asks Dex what he was thinking when he brought up marriage? He says he's sorry -- with the baby and all, it just made sense. It's a good thing she's sitting down. A girl's knees could quiver over some pretty words like that. She replies that people don't get married because it "makes sense," though maybe they should consider it. Dexter's like, "They don't?" She asks if he would have proposed had she not been pregnant and he honestly answers that he doesn't know. She reminds him that she married Paul because she was pregnant. That doesn't really explain why you slept with him in the first place, but go on. She says that she won't marry again unless someone loves her. He says that he understands why she feels that way and she tenderly touches the back of his head. She says that being a father and being a husband are two different things and he doesn't have to be both, unless it's real. He VO's, "How do you show someone real love when you don't even know what it feels like?" That's sad.
Dexter overhears Miguel telling Ramon that the lead he has on Freebo is useless. Ramon says that he's going to keep following those leads until they find out who killed their brother. You know, I'm not trying to judge, but... didn't Oscar have a drug problem? Don't drug problems often lead to death? Didn't Ramon know about the drug problem, thereby metaphorically knowing Oscar's potential murderer? So, why wasn't he this vigilant during his brother's life? Maybe they thought he was clean at the time of his meeting with Dexter. It just seems like his self-righteousness about he police investigation is a little hypocritical when the guy had such a troubled life and, whatever attempts he made to help Oscar get his life on the right track, he didn't know how to save him. Ramon stomps off and his wife chases after him. Dexter asks him if everything is OK and he says that Ramon is obsessed. He's drinking more than usual and he won't give up until he finds Oscar's killer or ruins his own life. Miguel feels that it's time for him and Dexter to tell Ramon that Freebo is dead, because he needs to be able to move on. I find the word "Freebo" both titillating and infuriating. Seriously. It's like being tickled with a feather. Dexter reminds Miguel that it's not just his secret to give or keep, it's also Dexter's. He also tells Miguel that keeping a secret like that can be a big burden. Especially for someone half-cocked like Ramon. Miguel relents -- he knows Dexter is already uncomfortable with him knowing that he killed Freebo. Telling someone else would be too much. Ramon will calm down eventually, he says. Dexter's VO disagrees -- Ramon is never going to calm down. He's just not a calm person. He's going to give Miguel some perspective on his bro.