...but it's not like this is important on its own merits. What is important, however, is that this little exchange prompts Deb to take a step forward in life-getting and give Price a call to take him up on that date. She even smiles!
There's no need to beat around the bush: Under some pretext, Quinn steals Isaak Pullo's blood out of the Evidence freezer. As I said before, that's going to go great for everyone. (Also, doesn't the Evidence room have cameras in it? If it didn't before, I bet it will now.)
On Date Number One, Price and Deb exchange some light banter about their obsessive personalities before she gets him to tell her, off the record, about his Hannah theories. When he adds that he has evidence to back it up, she replies that she'll make out with him if he'll show it to her, and I don't think the way this guy looks he's too hard up, but guys do love these little games girls will play. Price pulls out his iPad and shows her the blood-spatter photos, which Deb says she's seen. What's new, though, is that Price's blood guy disagreed with Dexter that the evidence was inconclusive. Deb tells him Dexter is never wrong, but Price won't be deterred. Deb's face falls, partially because she knows Hannah has immunity, but probably also because Dexter apparently making this error suggests yet another betrayal on his part.
Date Number Two, and oh, Dexter has taken Hannah to Santa's Holiday Adventure! Of course, it not being the holiday season in the show's time, the place is deserted, but Hannah is giddily delighted, especially when Dexter suggests a little breaking and entering be on their agenda. Inside, they walk side by side, Dexter holding a picnic basket in one hand (LOVE the twisted detail that he's got his kill stuff in there) and Hannah sliding her hand into his other. Dexter leads her into a tent - apparently he checked the place out earlier and got it ready - and the lights come on to reveal a Christmas tableau, complete with the falling fake snow Hannah so desperately wanted to see. She's overcome with childlike wonder - again, Strahovski really is good here - and Dexter tells her he thought that if she saw it, she could finally get some peace. Of course, she may also get some peace from the drug that Dexter then injects into her neck, and it's kind of amazing that he would end her life while giving her this long-held wish. I did think it was a bit hard to believe that they'd get rid of Strahovski mid-season, but the irony made me a believer...