Anyway, so Dexter pulls a ski mask down over his face and starts briskly walking right behind Jesse. But before he can grab and "scare" the kid, out come the Neighborhood Watch with their gay-ass head flashlights. Shit, y'all, there's like eight of you? What was the point of making a schedule if you're ALL gonna watch the neighborhood at once? Jesse freaks and runs away, while the villagers chase Dexter through a few backyards ("It's watch and report, asshole, not watch and chase!") before he's able to evade them. Yet another reason this was a dumb idea: It risks getting caught by the neighbors for something that has almost zero benefit to him. Gah, whatever, I'll stop.
The next morning, BBQ Dad stops by to show Dexter and Rita the latest work of the vandal: He released the emergency brake on a parked car and rolled it on down the street, where it crashed up onto BBQ Dad's lawn. And on top of Cody's bike. "What if he'd been out here playing?" Rita asks, scandalized. In...the middle of the night? I'd place the blame for that one squarely on you, Rita.
Back at the warehouse, the gang gathers to watch as Masuka throws dummy jumpers off the ledge, the better to glean...well some kind of forensic knowledge. Sometimes it's just cool to watch Masuka throw stuffed lady dummies out a window. Just one more weird impulse to get out of his system safely. Somehow, this exercise proves that the woman jumped rather than getting pushed. Also of note: Masuka tries to scalp the Dolphins tickets Dexter re-gifted, but Quinn angrily grabs them back. Even weirder? Masuka actually ends up giving Deb a good talk about Lundy and Anton, telling her that the fact that it feels weird to have Lundy back around is pretty normal and to be expected. Not that I think it'll take, but a yeoman's effort, and Deb is pleasantly surprised.