Speaking of Rudy, Angel's over at his prosthetic shop to ask him some questions. Rudy shuts the door after checking to see if anyone saw Angel come in. "So, does this have to do with a case?" "You could say that," Angel replies. "Well, fire away," says Rudy as creepy music comes on the soundtrack to tell us we should maybe start getting a little scared for Angel's life. As Angel tells him about the amputee woman he spoke to, and her "amputee devotee," Rudy grabs a big, wood-handled filing blade. "Do you have a lead on this client?" Rudy asks, and when Angel says he doesn't have a clue, the music goes away and Rudy puts the file back down. "I was hoping you could steer me towards some of those weirdos," says Angel, referring to the devotees. "I'm afraid I got into this business to help people get better, not help people get off," says Rudy. He tells Angel he could talk to some of his colleagues and put together a list. "Hey, how often does someone get a chance to help catch the bad guy, huh?" he says with a smile. Angel points at him in agreement. Rudy asks if he's in a rush for this info, and Angel says he's not. "Just chasing a long shot, really. But give me a call at the station when you've got something." They shake hands as a thunderous noise acts as an unsettling score. Rudy opens a drawer with many different colors of nail polish in it and tosses in Angel's card.
"Last question: According to your ex-husband, you left town with your boyfriend last weekend." That's not really a question, judge (or whatever you are), but I'll allow it. "That's right," says Rita, Dexter sitting next to her. "His father died." The woman asks Rita if FOP got his scheduled visitation with the kids, and Rita replies that she said she'd make it up to him. "So, then, he gave you permission?" "No...I'm the one that gave him visitation in the first place. I'm the custodial parent, I didn't have to do that." Theo Huxtable asks for a moment with his client, which he's granted. He asks Rita why she didn't tell him she broke the visitation agreement, and she says she didn't know it was relevant. Theo calls an end to the interrogation, and the judge (?) says anything she missed should be covered in the psych evaluation next week. Rita looks dismayed, because she hadn't heard about that. Theo explains that it's mandatory, as it determines whether or not a competency hearing is necessary. "But Paul's the ex-con!" "It's standard, Rita, you should be fine." "Should be?" asks Dex. "You mean she could actually lose this?" "Guys," says Theo, "I'm handcuffed here. You violated a custody agreement, you struck your ex-husband in your bedroom...He has a case."