That night, Dex is at Rita's house. He VO's that having a partner (in crime) is exhilarating. Rita asks him what he thinks about Syl's job offer. She likes the idea but wonders if she will see a side of Syl that she doesn't like. She's going to take the risk though. Dex says he's going to sleep at his place, because he and Miguel have an early morning run. Rita says he might miss it because Syl says he's a wreck and not sleeping. She says that you can never know someone like their wife knows them, but I think she may be a bit off in this circumstance.
Later, Dex is sharpening his knives. He VO's that Miguel must not be sleeping like a baby anymore. Harry arrives and tells him to think twice about going through with this killing jointly. What makes him think he can count on Miguel? He's never had to rely on anyone before. Dex answers that he never had anyone close because Harry told him that loneliness was an art form. Harry says we only see in people what we want to see and what they want to show us. Dex says Harry can't lecture him on relationships after the debris field he left. Point, Dexter. Harry says no matter how close people are, in infinite distance separates them. More hokey talk. What does that even mean really?
At the courthouse, a cop asks for a picture with Miguel. He obliges then goes into a room with a handcuffed Galt. He calls Miguel "Pulled Pork" and says that he can suck his white dick if he thinks he will be helping his "spic ass with shit." Move over Anderson Cooper, there's a new talking head in town. Miguel takes out a key and hands it to Galt, wrapped in a hanky (to remove his fingerprints, I presume). He says that one of his Nazi friends is waiting in the parking garage. Now, the threats to his family need to stop??? OK, that's weird. Galt says he knew his Aryan brothers would come through. So, was Miguel saying that to keep Galt from being suspicious? Or, is it just a coincidence that Dexter chose a criminal who has been threatening Miguel's family?
Outside, a cop almost walks into the area where Galt is escaping. Miguel stops him and says he needs his witness to take a nap. He says he'll be just a moment. This is not good. In the parking garage, we see Dex hook up with Galt. He says he'll have Galt out of the country by noon. All of a sudden, an alarm goes off. Dex and Galt hide as Miguel runs out with policemen. Miguel says that Galt had to have an accomplice and they need to seal the exits. Is he trying to nail Dex? Galt says they've been set up. He's going to return the favor. Dex says that's mighty white of you and injects him in the neck. All of that sounds pretty snappy, but when you really look at it, it doesn't make sense. Anyhoo, moving on. Dexter peeks at Miguel from behind a car and hears Harry say that Galt was right; Miguel is setting Dexter up. He tells Dex to never underestimate people's power to let you down. "Not right now, Dad." When you consider the very active and influential visions that Dexter has, the serial killing is... still his number one pathology by a mile. Miguel walks from sight and Dex thinks about what to do. Harry tells him to give up. He yells for Harry to stop and a car stops. Nice luck. It's Miguel -- and he picks Dex. He says he's going to drop him off at his car. They'll meet at the stash house. They get out of the garage with no incident.