Then, he notices Lumen watching from behind the police lines. He VO's some grumpy thing about not being able to keep the different parts of his life separate. Then, he tries to sneak over to where she is. At that moment, as things in Miami so often happen, Quinn gets a call from Stan Liddy with a report about Dexter findings. He says that Dexter removed the "For Sale" sign at his house and has been hosting a blonde girl. Quinn sees Dexter talking to Lumen and asks if she's also thin and pretty. Liddy affirms. Quinn says that he needs to find out who she is.
Dex pulls Lumen aside and tells her that it's not safe for her there. She's all worked up because she knows that her fate was supposed to be similar to the girls in the barrels. She wants to know what the current development means. It means the bad guys are on the run, says Dexter. Only in Miami do you get such clear-cut meaning in life. I might seriously consider moving there.
Deb breaks into the glove compartment of the truck and finds something that makes her exclaim, "Shit a brick and fuck me!" The truck is registered to Jordan Chase, the self-help guru that Boyd was listening to. The one voiced my Jonny Lee Miller! Yes!
In the lab, Masuka tells Dexter that he has listened to all of Jordan Chase's CD's. Dex asks him if he thinks Jordan could have been driving the truck in the wreck. Hell no, because the jacket in the cab wasn't nice enough and Jordan Chase only wears really nice clothes. Because, if you want something, take it. Maybe explains some things about Masuka? Masuka says that he found a bunch of fingerprints in the truck, but they all belong to the same person and there's not a match in his database. But, Dexter has apparently found a hair. Masuka is very excited about that. Dexter is flustered, because he needs to find the ID of the hair person before Masuka does, because that's the only way he'll be able to give Lumen what he promised her.
Quinn tells Deb that, though he has found ways to buy tons of Jordan Chase merchandise, he has had no luck locating the actual Jordan Chase. Deb reasons that he's in such high demand that he's probably not in Miami right now. Quinn threatens to kick down his door if someone doesn't answer one of the many messages that he left. Deb tells him that they've id'd two of the victims that were found in the body spill wreck. One was a schoolteacher from Wisconsin who had come to Miami 2 years earlier on vacation and disappeared. The other was a cruise ship employee who disappeared a year ago when the ship she was working on docked in Miami. Deb seems troubled. These were "good girls" and young.