Back in the lab, Dexter examines the glove fragment, while his voice-over draws such tenuous connections between it and the concept of a vacation that it would be an insult to you to try to explain it. Point is: he finds gun powder residue and blood (Darius Rey's, most likely). And he plans on following her home tonight.
Elsewhere, Lundy is investigating the former site of Fisty McBludgeon's Pub, where the Trinity killing took place 30 years ago. Only now it's a 20-story building full of mostly empty offices. Still sounds like a pretty ideal place to kill someone, though. Lundy's making notes into his little tape recorder when we spot Trinity exiting the building, obviously doing a little location scouting himself. I'll chalk it up to his finely-honed crazy that Trinity is able to spot Lundy across the plaza at 100 paces (at least), but he does. Trinity ducks behind the nearest stone column and panics. "I'm found," he sighs. But then it looks like he resolves himself, and next thing you know he's striding across the courtyard right at Lundy. Feigning distraction, Trinity bumps into Lundy, dropping his keys. Apologies, Lundy's all good, et cetera. As Trinity goes to leave, Lundy picks up the keys and returns them. As he does so, he takes his sunglasses off and gets a good look at the old man. Not sure what exactly he sees here, but it's enough that Lundy follows Trinity to the bus and makes note of the direction it's going. Obviously, this is the outcome Trinity was looking for. Why is another question.
In the car, Dexter's conscience (or...whatever he has in place of one) starts gnawing at him. Maybe he does miss Rita and the kids. Um...not after he calls Rita and hears the hellstorm she's in the middle of. Crowded hotel room, baby crying, Cody and Astor being loud and jumping on the beds and such. Rita can barely hear Dexter, and he certainly can't make her voice out of the din. He finally gives up and is like, "Um...kbyetalklater." And honestly, Rita's kind of relieved to have one less thing to listen to as well. I guess that counts as another drop in the bucket labeled "Dexter Should Kill His Family"?
Dexter's barely off the Bluetooth when he hears the police siren behind him. He wasn't speeding, and he was hands-free on the phone, so what gives? Well, Officer Zoe Kruger is what gives. She leans into the driver's side window with none of the sexy breeziness of the other day. She orders him out of the car, hands on the hood. Turns out, the file clerk at her station is a friend, and he told her that her file was pulled by Blood Guy. When Blood Guy told her who he lent the file to, she looked Dexter up, and lo and behold, it was her open house friend. At this point, she thinks he's messing with her. "You the kind of sicko who likes watching a woman in pain?" she asks. "Not that kind of sicko," he replies. She actually does a decent job of selling the idea that she witnessed her family being brutally murdered in front of her; does Dexter understand the kind of agony she experienced? "Agony would be the normal reaction," says Dexter, which is actually clever two ways, so bravo on that line. Zoe sends Dexter on his way, but in the process, she conspicuously drops his home address, letting him know she knows where he (and his family) lives. Intimidating, yes, but she doesn't know quite how stupid that was, yet.