...and then Dexter is driving as DVO pipes up with an offering that leads us into a closing montage and that's actually worth transcribing: "Everyone wants an Argentina. A place where the slate is wiped clean." Lurch arrives at the new apartment as Isaak Pullo repeatedly listens to the last message he got from Viktor. "But the truth is, Argentina is just Argentina." Quinn keeps an eye on the strip-club delivery and looks like he wants to die. "No matter where we go, we take ourselves and our damage with us." LaGuerta finds the Slice Of Life and looks gobsmacked. "So is home the place we run to, or is it the place we run from?" Deb gets stoned with Astor, who looks understandably concerned about the state of her step-aunt. "Only to hide out in places where we're accepted unconditionally--places that feel more like home to us." Dexter finds Hannah in her greenhouse, and without preamble, falls into her arms. "Because we can finally be who we are." That's an episode right there, you guys.
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