Dexter photographs a murder scene. There's a guy on the floor of a home and blood on the walls. We see a woman covered in blood on a couch talking with the police. She's all catatonic as those covered in blood often are. That's real love, VO's Dex. Because she's so devastated. She's being bandaged -- her knee got hurt. Her name is Fiona Kemp. Deb asks if she's the fiancée of the victim. She is. The police say that they could barely get her to let go of the body. Yikes.
Deb's cell phone starts buzzing, but she doesn't respond to it. Finally, Dex says, "Deb, your butt is buzzing." It's a text from Yuki. It reads, "Any News?" The font on this cell phone was created in 1983 by the cast of Whiz Kids. The letters are like skywriting they're so huge. Deb asks if Quinn has arrived as she writes, "Don't text me again!" She even adds that exclamation mark. She means business. People, in general, mean business when they bother to punctuate their text messages properly. I like people who mean business.
Quinn pulls his car to a curb as Deb approaches. Deb tells him he should have beaten her in his fancy car -- he has a Cadillac. She says she knows a shield earns a bigger salary, but this is beyond the pale. He apologizes for being late, he got stuck in traffic. He explains the car away as "a great lease." Hmm, anyone smell a kickback? Dirty cop!
Inside the home, we find out that Jack Rice is the name of the victim. Deb thinks it looks like a breaking and entering (or as she calls it, "a B&E" -- at first, I was like, "A weekend retreat in Vermont? How could that kill someone? They always have quilts.") that went awry. There have been a lot of break-ins in the area recently. Fiona was the only witness.
Fiona tells Deb that Jack had taken the day off to see a romantic comedy with her. So, she's suggesting that this was a suicide? Jack called them chick flicks, says Fiona with a longing smile. You're fucking kidding me. He called them chick flicks? That is hysterical. Funny, dead Jack. Deb asks if the perpetrator -- he knocked her down on his way out, hurt her knee -- was six foot tall as she had apparently told someone. She ignores the question and tells them that they met at Starbucks. Deb looks a little frustrated. She's not a fan of chains. Fiona says she recognized him even though they never met and Deb huffily says that has happened to her too many times. I bet some of the time she actually recognizes people that she actually knows, but we're being romantical here.