Previously: Dexter and Lumen met Emily Birch, who revealed that Jordan Chase had been Eugene Greer. She had been attacked by the guys 20 years earlier. She apparently also loves summers in Stockholm, as she is still under the spell of Jorgene. Quinn told Liddy to stay away from Deb, but she still found out that Quinn had been investigating Dexter. Liddy planted surveillance equipment in Dexter's apartment. Jorgene put in a call to Deb and Quinn leading them to Alex Tilden's house, just as Dexter and Lumen were killing him. They didn't find a body, but they found a footprint, giving further weight to Deb's amazingly spot-on theory of the vigilante killer. Dexter and Lumen made love.
Deb and Quinn visit Jorgene's office. Things are tensely cordial, which I don't imagine will last very long. Deb thanks him for his call about Alex Tilden. She says that they followed up right away, but Alex wasn't there. In fact, it looks like he has disappeared from the face of the earth. Like, Cole. And Boyd, Quinn adds. Oh, you see, I knew something was up here. Deb says that she's been bumping her noggin trying to think of what the connection could be amongst the three missing guys and... she's got it! It's Jordan. He's the connection. She asks that he save her a lot of time and just tell her what that connection is. Jordan covers his face with his hands like he... is... so tired of all of this. So much acting on top of acting in that room. I feel like Quinn should start juggling or something. Jordan says with an incredulous smile that it is ridiculous that she would think that he has anything to do with this. He reminds her that he submitted to a DNA test and he was cleared physically from the Barrel Girls case, so this is a waste of his time. Deb says that she's got tons of time, so she'll just wait for him to give them some information. Then, the scene becomes a Caryl Churchill play and they're talking over each other. He says that she's obsessed with him, which really isn't so odd because he's successful and that sort of thing happens, but it's not healthy for her to be fixated on him instead of her own bleak existence and he can help her. She says that she thinks he slipped up and one of the Barrel Girls got away and is killing the people near him. He could be next. It truly is remarkable how exactly right her theory is. He says that he'll be fine, but he's worried about her. She smiles and leaves with Quinn. His cocky smirk wanes just a little bit as they leave.