So Christine conducts her interview while Angel observes on the TV in his office. God, no wonder the soaps are a dying genre when this is what Angel chooses for daytime TV. Deb shows Christine crime scene photos of Lundy's dead body, which Christine handles like they're hot potatoes. Deb stares intensely at Christine as she talks about how she just stares at those photos all day, looking for the slightest clue. At this, Christine gets antsy and says she's got enough. Deb, totally calm and in control, asks how Christine, given where she lives (60 minutes from Lundy's hotel) could have gotten to the crime scene so fast. Deb's got her clocked at a 15-minute lag time. Christine says she was in the car on the way to the gym when she heard the scanner. From his office, Angel perks up and says (to no one there) that she's lying. Meanwhile, Christine's practically clawing at the walls looking for a way out. Deb's still cool, almost smug now. The old Deb would have been elbow-deep in Christine's hair, bashing her down on the table by now, but new detective Deb just smiles. She's knows she's got something, and she's content to watch Christine squirm, see how this plays out. I'll say it again, if this show has written any character consistently and with excellent growth, it's Deb. She finally, almost mercifully, shows Christine the way out.
Deb then hightails it to Angel's office, where he's flabbergasted that Christine's lying. He remembers talking to Christine at that crime scene -- full makeup, no bed-head. She hadn't just rolled out of bed. Deb's more interested in how squirmy she got at the Lundy photos. And she tells Angel what Christine said about Deb looking into Lundy's dying eyes. They're momentarily interrupted by Quinn, who gets an awkward look from the two of them. Angel says they need to tread lightly, given Quinn's connection to Christine.
Dexter shows up at the latest Habitat for Inhumanity build. They've made a lot of progress since Arthur tried to kill himself. They're well into the masonry phase. Dexter looks through the rooms but finds nothing. He's not-subtly flipping out when he gets a call from Jonah, who hasn't been able to find anything incriminating on his dad. Dex tells him to look in his internet search history, and he finds some real estate listings. Jonah offers to send the link to "Kyle," but Kyle doesn't have email. Jonah has the sense to find that weird but doesn't follow up. Dex just tells him to fax the list to the Kinko's by his house. Dex assures Jonah he's doing the right thing. "How come you're the only one who can see my dad for what he really is?" Jonah asks. And, because this show would wither and die if it passed up the opportunity to underline the theme in triplicate, Dexter replies that they've got "a few things in common."