Quinn barges into Jason Gedrick's office and demands Nadia's passport. Jason Gedrick: "No." That's essentially the scene, but we do also see Nadia dancing topless, which is surprising - since it hadn't happened up to this point, I figured a no-nudity clause was in Katia Winter's contract. Then again, maybe Showtime doesn't sign those as a matter of policy. You have to admit it would add up.
Dexter turns up to Hannah's, and she's obviously pleased to see him even as she wonders what happened to their plan. They exchange their news about Price, whereupon Dexter tells Hannah that he'll take care of Price. Hannah asks if he'll do so in the same way he "took care" of her, and I'll readily admit that is a scene I'd love to see, but she apparently is asking if Dexter intends to kill him, so Dexter tells her no - he only goes after killers, and that's the code he lives by. The whole code thing amuses Hannah: "You know, sometimes life just has to be taken. There's no need to dress is up." Whatever you may think about the good-evil placement of his alignment, it seems clear that Hannah's threatening to push Dexter more toward the chaotic end of the spectrum. She leans closer and says she thinks Dexter's simply afraid to admit that he enjoys killing, and that's something she and Deb could certainly chat about. Dexter asks if Hannah doesn't, but, displaying a hint of revulsion, she tells him no - what she does, she thinks of as helping Nature. "Nature adds and subtracts. Survival of the fittest." Dexter replies that she's the fittest, then, and if you use the British definition of "fit" then it's really hard to argue the point.