Back at the station, Quinn's just finished getting his guts clawed out by LaGuerta. Angel passes him going into Maria's office, in a considerably better mood than the circumstances dictate. He bright-sides something about the tip-line for the Vacation Murderers ringing off the hook. But LaGuerta has more than just Quinn's fuckup on her mind. She thinks they should disclose their relationship to the top brass. Particularly given the fact that if and when the Vacation Murderers go to trial, an illicit affair between the two top cops on the investigation could be used to sensationalize and otherwise obscure the case. She makes some strong points, but for whatever reason, this is Angel's week to be sketchy about anyone finding out. He doesn't even know what they'd disclose since the relationship is so new and they're still "figuring it out." Despite the charming grin on his face when he says this, LaGuerta still manages to take that as "I am downplaying the seriousness of our relationship" and ices him right the fuck out. Oh, Maria. And you were doing so well wearing the pants in this relationship!
Dexter's Bachelor Pad and Blood Sample Emporium. He's scanned all the Kruger crime scene photos and is now poring over them. He notes the lack of prints in the blood, meaning Zoe wore gloves. In fact, as he looks at the photos of her own gunshot wounds, he sees the blood stop dead at her wrist, meaning she had the gloves on when she shot herself, but not when EMTs arrived. The next step is obviously to find those gloves.
Harry now takes the opportunity to appear to Dexter and underline what the rest of us have already caught onto: that investigating a woman who offed her own family is an awfully interesting subject for Dexter right about now. Dexter maintains that there's nothing to that. He and Harry go back and forth over Zoe's options besides family-cide (killing herself, divorce, moving away), Harry shooting down every solution besides the one Zoe chose. Harry also plays the Trinity card. God, Harry, you are the old Jewish mother of subconscious apparitions. "Well Trinity doesn't have a family, and look at how well he's doing." He does end his visit to Dexter's head with one lingering question: Does he miss his absent family yet?