Batista stops the two of them from continuing to argue. Deb says that she wants to re-canvas the neighborhood where the head (Mrs. Alvaro's) was found. Laguerta agrees. Deb requests Batista's presence, because the neighborhood is Hispanic. When the meeting adjourns, Laguerta asks Batista how big a deal the fight he got into was -- considering Masuka was there too. He says that it's nothing. She reminds him that it was another cop that he had the fight with, but Batista calms her. They hashed it out and everything is fine now.
Dexter and Harrison are talking to a counselor. He says that he hasn't noticed any changes in the baby's eating and sleeping habits. She points out that Harrison's cognitive skills are just developing, therefore, there's no chance that he could have any memory of Rita's murder. This is huge news for Dexter. Michael C. Hall is pretty tremendous right here. The idea that his son doesn't have to be damaged in the same way he is floors him. He explains that he saw something traumatic when he was three, but the doctor reminds him that Harrison is only 10 months old. She thinks he's going to be fine. Suddenly, Harrison pops the head off of the doll he's playing with. Uh-oh. He starts to cry, so Dexter replaces it for him. The doctor says that, sometimes, babies Harrison's age can exhibit behavior that's alarming, but they're just releasing energy and it's completely normal. She says that the most important thing that Dexter can do right now is be good to himself and "do something for Dexter." "Dexter will," he replies.