Angel walks into a hotel room. There is a woman with braids and skimpy clothes. He sits on the bed and she says, "You're a hungry man." "You're a beautiful meal." This woman is a weird actress. She's so mannered. He tells her she has soulful eyes. She replies that the compliments are free -- but an hour costs. So, this is a hooker situation. He goes to pull out money, and she sees his badge. She whispers to him to take a pass, Sergeant. He replies, "Tonight, for a few hours at least, I'm not-." She stops him and pulls a police badge out of her cleavage and says, "Tonight, all night, I am." She covers his mouth, tells him she's a cop, and then makes him stand. It's a sting. Nice job there, Angel. She loudly calls him a deadbeat and pushes him out of the room. She says, "Nobody sees Jasmine that ain't got no cash!" After he has been pushed out of the room, he stands there like he's about to crap in his pants.
Miguel and Dex are at Dexter's place having girl talk. Dex called because Rita vomited when he proposed. He asks for Miguel's secret. "Oh wise one," he calls him. Ew. The tone of this show is so perfectly maintained that you forget sometimes that they can write a few clunkers for lines. Miguel tells him that he shouldn't suggest eloping to Rita -- like he did. Not good. Miguel says that women lead with their hearts, so he should try to lead with his. "Is that the only option?" asks Dexter. Michael Hall's face is perfect right there. It's a joke for the audience and a different one for Miguel. Dex says he bumped into Ramon. Miguel knows and he says they had a good talk. Dex is clearly nervous at any "good talk" that Miguel and Ramon could be having lately. Miguel assures him he didn't tell about Freebo, but says they should whenever Dex is ready.
The next day, Dex VO's that Miguel wants to believe that Ramon is good. At the station, Vince tries to bribe people to take tickets to his speech with donuts. He won't give Dex one -- he already has a ticket. Everyone else says no though, so he tells him to take one. Sad Vince.