Yes, Vince. With people already laughing, Dexter asks what's going on. Angel, as he's helping Vince up, says that it's his bachelor party. I must say, knowing Dexter was in that trunk for a week I never thought it was his bachelor party. Vince responds, "Watch the grill, George Foreman!" They're going on a party boat.
And what a party it is! Multiple strippers are providing the attendees with lap dances. There are some fake boobies stripping up in there. No one seems to mind the lack in authenticity. It looks like several of the girls are costumed as sailors. Very patriotic. Vince is nursing his swelling eye with an ice pack that Angel has provided. Dexter apologizes -- he says that he didn't know what to think. Quinn says that it was fucking hilarious and laughs hysterically. I think that was maybe Desmond Harrington's best moment so far on the show. Really though -- he's so full and expressive right there. He seems like a real person -- which just made me fully realize how posey and flat he seems for the most part. I wish he were like this more often. Quinn turns to Dexter and asks, "You were freaked, right?" and keeps laughing heartily. He's so good right there! Angel's got the giggles too.
Vince thinks it's time to change the subject. "Premium alcohol, all-you-can-eat buffet, plus high-class adult entertainment." Can't we just agree that that last part is an oxymoron, yes? Dexter hears the offerings and VO's that someone should kill him now. He tells them that the party is...awesome. He pauses like that. Because he doesn't mean it. And, even though he just VO'd something that contradicts that last statement, we need to see him act like he doesn't really mean it. Because we're all dumb and we just wouldn't get it otherwise. We'd be like, "I understand he just said 'Kill me now' regarding the party, but when he told the guys that the party was awesome, he didn't pause and sort of grimace and overall just indicate really heavily that he didn't mean what he just said. I think I'm confused." Now, I love this show. It's really inventive and imaginative and pretty finely etched (at least originally), but the sledgehammer approach they take to making some of their points? It's like we trapped this show in the trunk of a car and drove it to a bachelor party and were on the frontlines of the "Surprise!" crew when the trunk was opened. Get me some ice. Quinn decides that the party isn't awesome; the dancers on the other side of the bar are AWESOME. Then, he goes after them.