Edward James Olmos is watching as Colin Hanks is unloading stuff into some building. He says that they'll be ready soon. Hanks says that he may be a little late the next day and Eddie starts to freak out saying that they have to "find another." He can't help it, he has to be late. These scenes are boring. We get it. There's craziness happening. People are going to get killed. Move on. We've seen all of this before. Travis, that's Colin Hanks's name, says that he's aware that they have to "find another." Then, he drops one of the bags that he's carrying and mannequin parts fall out, because OF COURSE. "Now look what you've done," says Eddie Olmos. Travis is really apologetic and Eddie tells him not to worry about it. He just to know that he can rely on Travis. He says that he can, then moves the parts inside. I didn't know window dressing a department store was so serious. As Travis walks inside, Eddie picks up and looks at a lady mannequin head with brunette hair.
Cut to Deb. What? I don't like that. Quinn is making her breakfast and he seems nervous. She doesn't know what the occasion is but cracks that they are "the fucking Kennedys." She thinks that they are going to spend another day sitting on their bums while they wait to be cleared for duty after the restaurant shooting. She sees that he's making pancakes and reminds him that her bar is set really high for pancakes, since her father made the "best." Now Deb, you're just being rude. Then, she looks into the fridge for some OJ and finds a ring instead. She turns around to find Quinn on his knee and the requisite, "What the fuck?"s happen. He starts to propose officially and she asks him if he's insane. He tells her that he's trying to be fucking romantic and she freaks out that they've never talked about marriage before. She tells him to get up and he reminds her that they've been dating for a year. And? I'm not sure what Deb is expecting. Can she be THAT stunned? I mean, it's Quinn, so I guess she can. He asks her if her problem is the ring and she softens a bit and says that the ring is beautiful. She just needs time to think. He tells her to take all the time she needs, but you know no one ever means that. He kisses her on the cheek and tells her that he's not going anywhere. She points out that the pancakes are burning. This! Now this is going to be a story to tell the grandchildren. A story about true love.
At the station, Deb is in Dexter's office and telling him, with intensity, that Quinn just proposed to her. She says to Dexter that she never said to Quinn that she wanted to spend the rest of her life with him. Geez, she's hardcore. Dexter says that he takes Deb's response as a "no." He also VO's that Quinn will be uncle to his son over his dead body. Deb says her answer is a maybe and that he makes her happy. That last part is said more as a question. Dexter points out that the vein in her forehead contradicts the "happy" part. She says that she and Quinn get along well and there's no drama, which, after the last few years, is great for her. But...she's not sure that drama-free is at the top of her must-have list. She asks why things can't just stay the same and Dexter looks at a picture of a tiny Harrison and says, "Tell me about it."