Before he can drive away, though, Jonah rushes out and asks how he's supposed to live with this guilt, and Dexter, echoing Mos Def, tells him to forgive himself before running the manifestation of Brian down, after which, in the rearview mirror, Brian disappears. Christian Camargo did the best he could, but that appearance was kind of a waste, given the really dark places Brian and Dexter could have gone together.
Greene and a typically insufferable Masuka come in to Deb's office, whereupon Greene tells her that, with a combination of computer skills, marginally illegal activity, and common sense, he was able to narrow down the number of possible matches for EJO's accomplice to two hundred. Masuka acting like he had ANYTHING to do with this is frankly stunning, but I'm glad Greene's star continues to rise around here. When Deb flips through the photos, we see Colin Hanks in there, so we know Greene has them on the path...
...while Colin Hanks, in his sister's kitchen, finds the photo of him and EJO he seemed to leave at the church. So, you know, cuckoo!
As he returns to Miami, DVO wonders if maybe darkness can't exist without light, and honestly, DVO, do you know how to torture a metaphor or what? Dexter stops to pick up a hitchhiker -- Harry, who greets him: "Welcome home, son." Dexter looks happy to see him, and they drive off...but next week, Deb and Miami Metro track Colin Hanks down.
John Ramos is a writer and film producer living in Los Angeles. Believe it or not, he's worked with Michael C. Hall, as well as Lucy Liu and Peter Fonda, on his film "The Trouble With Bliss," (formerly "East Fifth Bliss") which will be in theaters in March 2012 and about which you can get information here.Also, he writes about film and television on his blog "Pull Up A Chair," which he would just love for you to visit. And you can follow him on Twitter here.