Deb is burning the midnight oil at the station and Yuki enters. She says that she had a high opinion of Deb, but she guesses she was wrong. Deb says that she told Yuki to stay out of her business, but she wouldn't listen. Yuki says that, because Deb told Quinn that she was investigating him, he "did what he does" and now the case is closed. Deb replies that it's not her fault that Yuki fucked Quinn and he didn't want an encore. Yuki's all, "HUH?" She's been married seven years and they're working on their second child. Quinn cut corners and was responsible for the death of another cop. Now that the case is closed, the next dead cop is Deb's responsibility. Actually, if Yuki hadn't acted like complete Looney Toons every time she talked to Deb and told her that stuff to begin with, the blanks that Quinn filled in wouldn't have been so damn blank.
That night, Miguel and Dexter are washing dishes after dinner, while Syl and Rita are at the table. Dex VO's that washing dishes is calming and mundane -- like belonging? Miguel says he's going to get dishpan shoes. Rita says that she's adding rubber gloves to their registry. Dexter is surprised that you can do that, but Syl says you can put anything on a registry, such as motorcycles or power tools. Miguel and Dexter both say in worshipful unison, "Power tools," because they are MEN. Syl drops a glass with wine in it and Miguel snaps, "Jesus, Sylvia, come on, use your brain. We just got this thing restained!" Uh oh, he's going to his dark place. Well, if Syl weren't such a stupid, stupid WOMAN, maybe he wouldn't have to go there. Gah. She says that she's got it. Rita suggests that Miguel and Dex watch a movie with the kids (Ramon's kids are with them too) while she and Syl finish the dishes. Alone, Syl apologizes. She says that Miguel probably invited them over so that he wouldn't have to be alone with her. She says that things have gotten worse since she confronted him. Thanks for the advice there, Rita. Syl says it's not Rita's fault and jokes that maybe Dexter is a bad influence on Miguel. That, she says, would be a problem that she could fix.<./p>