Elsewhere, it appears Christine and her very visible breasts are quite enjoying whatever she's getting up to right now. And that would be Quinn, his face buried in her nether regions. She climaxes, and Quinn crashes down on the pillow next to her. Seems like now that Christine has become of use to Miami Metro, Quinn has rather energetically thrown himself back into her bed. "Complications" be damned, he's like a kid whose mom has just lifted the ban on sugary sweets.
The next morning, Dexter leads Deb gingerly into her temporary residence in Astor's room. She apologizes for displacing the kids and notices when Rita gives Dexter a chilly send-off to work. Rita declines to elaborate right now, saying Deb should just make herself comfortable and take her painkiller. Deb offers her sincere thanks. When Rita's out of the room, Deb winces in pain as she tries to lie down on the bed. She can barely reach for the bottle of painkillers, but when she does grab them, she drops them in the trash. Not fun to be Deb right now. She can't even curse properly.
Out in the kitchen, Rita manages to include the word "apartment" in every sentence she says to Dexter, who is trying to rush out the door without an argument. He says now isn't a good time to discuss it. Rita's of the opinion that any time is a good time to discuss deep lies and betrayal. Dex pulls the Deb card (low? perhaps) and says they shouldn't do this while Deb's here, and he needs to focus on finding her assailant, besides. Rita is forced to relent. Emotionally manipulative and avoidy? Who says Dexter isn't a good fit for married life?
At the station, LaGuerta, noting how Angel didn't come over last night, apologizes for going to Matthews behind his back. "If you haven't noticed," she smirks, "I'm a bit of a control freak." He's noticed. She just thought going to the brass would mean one less thing to ruin what they have. Angel says the only thing that could ruin what they have is not being honest with each other. So...honesty. Is the plan. Complete honesty. On this show, I can't see how that plan could go wrong.