When they're done, Deb is squeezing Rita's blood out in the sink and Quinn cracks that they usually call Dex when there's that much blood. Then, he asks her how she's doing. She says that she's used to Dexter being the strong one, but Quinn says he always thought it was the other way around. Then, she gets emotional and says she doesn't know what he's thinking. They embrace and she starts to kiss him, at which point he asks her what she's doing, but he never stops for a second. And, they do it. On the freshly cleaned floor.
Dexter is at Deb's apartment as there is loud banging on the door, which he finally decides to answer. It's the kids. They present Mickey ears embroidered with both his and Rita's names. Coldly and Dexterly, he tells everyone that he has something to tell them. While wearing his sad Mickey ears, he tells them that a man came into their house and killed their mom. Yeah. The sight of him saying that in those ears is chilling. Then, he says that he's sorry for their "loss." Astor freaks and knocks the ears off his head and walks out.
Dexter follows Astor out and finds her crying on the curb between two cars. Been there. She doesn't want to talk to him. He tells her that everything will be alright but she disagrees. She thinks that Dexter should have been around to protect her mother. Also, she thinks that they would have all been better off without Dexter and she wishes that he were the one who was dead. She closes herself into a car and continues crying. I hope she knows the owner of that car.
So, Deb and Quinn have finished fornicating and Deb is still wearing her bra. Way to stick to that contract, Carpenter. She looks like she regrets it. She gets up from the floor and says that she's going to look around. She's in the bedroom when Quinn shows up butt naked. Miami does not do the body good. The tan lines on that crack ass are a sad state. She, for all of us, asks him to put on some clothes. So, he wraps a sheet around himself.
Deb starts to pull clothes out of Rita's closet. Quinn finds a simple blue dress that would actually be great for a burial outfit, or maybe more for a person attending a funeral. She hauls stuff out to her car as Quinn follows her and asks her if they're going to talk. She says there's nothing to talk about -- he came there without her asking. It's clear that maybe she thinks he took advantage of her pain. Then, she drives away. That's my Deb. Meanwhile, Quinn is looking at Elliot, who is apparently always outside.