Back at the station, Deb tells Quinn that she knows Jordan is up to his Balzac in this case -- she knows it. Who'd have figured Deb to be a fan of Cousin Bette? Astute though. Quinn sees Liddy and sends Deb into the station without him. Liddy tells Quinn that his union appeal was rejected. He's officially off of the force. Quinn tells him that he's sorry, but he says that he doesn't want his pity. Well, maybe Quinn doesn't want the newsreel of your day, Robo. Ever think of that? Conversations are an exchange. Liddy says that he needs Quinn's help with a bust that will make people give him his job back. It's Dexter. Quinn says no, but RoboCop suggests that he doesn't really have an option. He says that he will be calling him, at which point he expects Quinn to come running. I have to say, Peter Weller has put the full-court menace on this season and has really done an excellent job.
That night, Dexter and Lumen are having stilted conversation about dinner in front of the cameras in his apartment. Dexter casually locates the camera (under Harrison's cute little lamp) and finds that it is "Property of Miami Metro Police." At that point, he suggests that they go out to eat. Outside, he tells her that it's worse than Jordan watching them. She can't understand why someone from the station would want to watch him and he has no answers for her. He'll check the serial number on the camera and find out the next day who checked it out. He says that it could have something to do with Deb's vigilante theory. He knows though that no one has seen the recordings, because they haven't been arrested. Lumen is worried about Jordan getting away with his crimes, if they're arrested. Dexter assures her that things won't end this way.
The next day, Dexter and Lumen are looking for the van that might be watching them. Sonja calls to say that Harrison is fine. She reminds him that the baby's birthday party is on Sunday. He'd forgotten, it appears. Lumen kind of invites herself and Dex tells Sonja that they will be coming to Orlando for the party. Cute.
At the station, Deb tells Dex that they are all waiting for him and he gets understandably nervous. They're having a Barrel Girls meeting. Deb insists that Jordan Chase is involved. Masuka says that the female footprint outside of Tilden's house matches one that was outside of an adjacent vacant home. Inside the home, the dining room had been recently cleaned, unlike the rest of the house. Ah, that's where they were. Dexter VOs that the bleach smell would have dissipated in one more day. Masuka thinks that the vigilante brought Alex to the vacant home (just like what actually happened). This is the first that LaGuerta has heard of a vigilante. Deb explains the whole 13 DVDs/12 victims connection. But, LaGuerta points out that the victims were all small women and some of the missing guys are, you know, dudely. Well, maybe she has a guy helping her. And, scene. Theory complete. Print it. Dexter is uncomfortable. LaGuerta calls it "Vigilantes in love." Masuka compares it to Bonnie and Clyde which doesn't sound promising to Dexter, seeing as B and C end up dead in a shot-up car.