Deb goes to Anton's place. He lets her in and it's a really cute apartment. There's blonde wood with blue trim everywhere. It really pops. Bravo, Anton. Deb asks if she's interrupting and he laughs and says he's alone. She asks if he's taking the night off. I know this show isn't really that romantic, but Deb and Anton are so cute together. I feel it in every scene they're in together -- NEVER MORE SO THAN IN THIS SCENE. He asks her if she wants a beer -- or pot. "Fuck you," she replies. He says she sounded upset on the phone. She's tells him that she's upset in person too. She asks if he talked to anyone about her questioning Wendell, he says he didn't -- he doesn't talk about being a CI. She says he should have seen what the Skinner did to Wendell because it was so rough. She's looking at Ramon as a suspect and Anton replies it wouldn't be the first time the cops handled their own business. Deb starts to cry and says she feels like she got Wendell killed. He trusted her. Seriously, it's hard not to love Deb right now. Anton grabs her hand and says even if she's right, she couldn't have known. She giggles a little and says beating herself up is what she does best. They kind of caress each other's hands for a second and the tension between them is so completely palpable. It's like I'm a third hand in there, people. That's gross, but I can totally feel this. I hate myself. Deb breaks from our ménage a trois thumb war and she says she should go. He tells her that the girl from before -- the one that cockblocked Deb -- was nothing serious. Deb completely kills my buzz and says that it's none of her business anyway. Then, she leaves. This WILL happen. And, God help me, if he's some sort of crazy killer -- no. I don't want that. Right? It just feels like being dicked with.
At his apartment, Dexter shows Miguel a picture of Jenna Kendrick, one of the first jobs where he worked blood splatter. She is messed up -- blood everywhere. Miguel says that she was someone's daughter. Clemson Galt, an Aryan, killed her. Killed her with a claw hammer because she got pregnant. Wow, the Aryans aren't ones to keep up with modern forms of birth control, are they? We haven't been killing pregnant people with claw hammers for centuries. Galt confessed to his cellmate, eliminating, I guess, any doubt for Dexter that he fits the code. Apparently, Galt called the killing, "Hammer Time." That is 2 Legit. Aryans chased off any witnesses so he was found not guilty. He is, however, serving time for a separate armed robbery charge, and he's still running things from prison. He arranged for the killing of an Aryan defector's wife and 3 kids. Also with a claw hammer. If you suddenly realize that you no longer share the same world outlook as the violent Aryan group that you belong to (and that's the only real reason I can imagine for defecting -- what, you didn't like the benefits?) my advice to you is, instead of tendering your resignation, pack your bags at night and get the hell out of town. Dex says this keeps him up nights. Dex VO's that Miguel can't afford the price of justice -- he's totally expecting him to pull out of their plan to kill someone. But, he says that he'd like the guy to die. But he's in custody, so there's nothing they can do. Dex says he could get them into the prison, but Miguel says that is dangerous and crazy. Dex VO's that he knew Miguel would eventually see the downside. Dexter tells Miguel that Ethan Turner was an "accident of opportunity." Miguel brings up Freebo -- was that an accident of opportunity? That just unfolded, Dexter replies. Dex says they took out the garbage twice, maybe they need to just be content with what they had the opportunity to do. Miguel says that he owes Dexter and he'll do it, but they need to come up with plan. OK, not what Dexter was expecting.