Dex looks around. He's feeling lonely, which isn't usually a problem for him. He looks at pictures of the women that Boyd killed. Why would you need/want pictures of that? And, on your computer? Doesn't sound like sustainable serial killing to me.
At the station, Deb walks in on everyone reviewing a surveillance tape showing the dude from the last episode who died of a shotgun wound to the head and whose wife was the lady they found all butchered. Apparently, he was entering his PIN incorrectly, which is odd considering the number was his wife's birthday. Deb notices that Batista and Masuka have a few nicks and bruises and asks what happened. Masuka says that they had to get ghetto on someone at the club, which, naturally, makes her laugh. Quinn points out that Masuka hurt himself running away from the fight, but he insists that it was a "tactical retreat."Laguerta gets everyone back to work. Quinn deduces that the guy killed his wife, tried to get cash out to skip the country, was too nervous to remember his PIN, then went home and killed himself. Deb points out that the guy didn't have a motive to kill his wife and Quinn says that maybe he was just sick of her. Deb says that, oh yeah, he was just sick of her so he cut off her head and displayed it in a park with candles and shit all around it. Jennifer Carpenter delivers lines like that with a mix of frustration (both the kind indicative of a professional working with someone of a lower caliber and a childish sort where it seems that she's trying to get the world to listen to her) and determination unlike anyone I can really recall right now. Quinn argues back that the guy was obviously crazy -- he looks it on the tape. Deb says that crazy doesn't explain why there was not a drop of blood on his body. How, she wonders, does one cut off someone's head and not get a drop of blood on themselves? A bib? She puts her hand under her chin in this really amazing way as she's asking him this question. Love it. Emmy. Give it.