Dexter also takes care to fix his hair before opening up for Hannah and asking with some suspicion what she's doing there; she replies that he picked the wrong plant, and she's got a better one for him - one whose flowers have a distinctively blood-spatter (or splatter, if you're Jason Gedrick)-looking pattern. The fact that she selected such a design again makes me think she's live to what he did for her, but whether that's true or not, we know Dexter doesn't like to entertain his potential victims at home, so he warily asks how she found him. Hannah: "Google." Thank you, previews! But honestly, it's nice how people keep reminding Dexter that he's not the only person in the world who can track someone down. It's not like he learns anything from it, but I at least enjoy it.
After DVO notes that he should ask her to leave, he invites her in, and if Dexter had more experience with women, he might not be so freaked out by the concept of thinking with his dick. She tells him sure - in fact, she'll help him find the perfect spot for the plant, which needs to be near a window but not directly in front of it. She marches into the dimly-lit bedroom, whereupon he follows her and tells her there's not enough light, and when she points out he could open the shades, he tells her he likes the dark. Hannah: "Me too." This dance is interesting; they both clearly have an attraction to the other, and they both (as we'll learn more about in Hannah's case) have many reasons to fight it. Many solid actors have not brought their A game to this show; Yvonne Strahovski is not one of them. (Nor Ray Stevenson, if I haven't made that clear.)