Apparently, despite Deb's order for Dexter to "haul ass" over there, it took some time to get prepared, as Batista was able to join them, along with that female cop they have not exactly managed to give a storyline as yet. Masuka asks Batista about the restaurant, and Batista tells him he's been approved to take over the lease, but he needs a few thousand to keep the place running. This sounds like more pungent shit than they're about to smell, but whatever, I certainly don't care near enough about Batista's stupid restaurant to do a financial analysis of it. Anyway, as I alluded to, when the cops enter the place, they find shit everywhere - the Koshkas apparently broke the sewer line to contaminate (and how!) the scene, and when Batista asks the group if they'll look around to see if maybe there might be some stray blood that didn't get sullied, Dexter sighs that he wouldn't get his hopes up. Batista then asks Quinn to step outside with him, leaving Dexter to, with hilarious resignation, put on his latex gloves, all "Yeah, these are sure gonna do a lot."
Out in the wonderful relatively fresh air, Batista informs Quinn that his name was on the list of people who visited the evidence locker in the past 72 hours. Quinn gives his canned story about the case he's working on before aggressively asking Batista what he's insinuating, but Batista evenly replies that Quinn is dating a Koshka stripper. He tells Quinn he's doing his job, but Quinn's direct denial is good enough for him. He heads back inside, leaving Quinn to contemplate how with all the crap he just spouted in that little chat, they might as well have stayed inside...
...where Dexter is on the phone relaying the bad news to Deb. She urgently tells Dexter that Isaak Pullo could be on the street that night (that sounds closer to how long I thought it would take than "twenty-four hours"), so Dexter replies that he's just going to have to take care of Isaak Pullo himself, and his tone is awfully unmodulated, given he's in an indoor location with at least three cops in shitting distance. (Forgive me.) Deb, however, says she's going to put a 24/7 tail on Isaak Pullo (talk about a budget nightmare!), so Dexter shouldn't do anything. Dexter agrees, but only because he's got Price to worry about at the moment.
Speaking of whom, Price walks into Deb's office with the address of Hannah's former sister-in-law "Laurie" on a piece of paper. Deb's like, they have this thing called "email" now, and Price hits on her a bit and then prevails on her to meet him for a drink after seeing Laurie and give him an off-the-record update. Deb agrees, because when has she ever said no to beer?