Dexter is helping out at a picnic at Harrison's churchy school for some reason? I guess it's to illustrate that he loves Harrison, in case we weren't clear on that point.
Okay, so in his shitfaced state, Quinn hooked up with a waffle-house waitress who's at least old enough to be his mother, possibly a young grandma. I mean, she's not quite truck-stop level, but she's hardly attractive; Batista at least looks like this spectacle was worth the price of admission. Speak for yourself, guy. Quinn, looking nauseated (with the hangover he must have, I'm surprised they didn't just have him yak into the bushes), retrieves his missing piece and phone, and then bleats, "Oh my God, we took pictures." I'm surprised the phone didn't throw itself off a cliff after being subject to that.
Oh, now Batista's stupid Trans Am starts smoking, and they can't call the station for a tow because they have to keep this errand secret, and Quinn's a total unapologetic dick about the whole thing, even making fun of Batista for his failed marriages and the fact that his daughter won't talk to him until Batista tackles him. Unfortunately, Batista only gets in a couple swings before some Nosy Parker from across the street yells for him to stop or she'll call the police. Batista limply rolls off Quinn, and the fact that he didn't take the opportunity to reply "I am the police" or some such equivalent is another way in which this show is severely lacking.
Dexter wanders into the lecture hall (they show him approaching for five seconds, another sign that they can barely fill an episode) to hear the British professor Casey giving a lecture that's incredibly condescending with respect to any kind of spiritual belief, but while DVO immediately, and correctly, labels him a "self-important asshole," DVO resolves to try to protect him anyway during his office hours that night. Unfortunately for that plan, when Dexter goes up to the podium after the lecture ends and tries to tell Casey that he's in danger, Casey pish-poshes him, saying he gets all manner of death threats every week. Given my impression of him so far, I have to say I'm disappointed in Miami's lunatic fringe for their lack of follow-through. Regardless, Dexter checks out the building's floor plan and discovers that there's one exit and one elevator leading to Casey's office, and DVO intones, "Finally, some use for [Colin Hanks]." I mean, even given that he thinks Colin Hanks is playing straight with him, I don't know how he thinks he's going to be a match for Tyler Durden. He can't be more than a buck fifty soaking wet!