Deb, meanwhile, leafs through the stack of C.I. files in her front seat, settling on one that looks an awful lot like Maude's daughter (BTW, the file belonging to Laura "Dexter's birth mom" Maser is the next one in the pile). Indeed, Deb knocks on the door and Adrienne Barbeau answers. Inside, Deb says she wants to talk about her dad, and Adrienne smiles and reminisces about "Handsome Harry Morgan." Deb has to tell her he's dead, which is always awkward, before dancing around the subject at hand. It's a testament to how far Deb has come, as a cop and a person, that she avoids slamming her hand down on the table and shouting "Did you fuck my father?" Eventually, Adrienne picks up what she's putting down and says that while she'd have totally been willing, Harry never wanted her. "I don't know who you're looking for, honey," Adrienne smiles, "but it ain't me." That's either an oddly brief cameo or we'll be seeing this lady again down the line.
In the lab, Dexter is shopping around for an appropriate venue where he can slay Gomez. He finds one in a closed-down boxing arena, fitting for a former boxer like Gomez. Actually, he voices over, "A fitting place for Benny Gomez to go down for the count." Oh, Dexter, puns? Are we named Mary Alice? You can do better.
In the bullpen, Angel gets handed a flash drive, the latest piece of evidence in a new dead-honeymooning-tourist case (this is the second time it's been mentioned, so there's a good chance it'll be important later). LaGuerta happens by and says the mayor's been on her ass about this, so solve it fast. Neither Deb nor the evidence-delivering cop notices the look that passes between Angel and LaGuerta as she leaves. Evidence Cop does ask Angel whatever happened with that vice cop, Gianna, and Angel exposits that they wanted different things. So that answers that question.