...and then we cut to Deb in her shrink's office (she has an OFFICE?) apologizing for being late. Deb tells her how she feels responsible for Lisa's death, since she knew there was something Lisa wasn't telling her, and goes on to say that Lisa probably knew there was something up with Colin Hanks, but she was protecting him, "like a good sister does, and then he ends up killing her." Oh, great, a seamless segue into her Issues With Dexter!
If that's foreshadowing of Dexter killing Deb, though, it's possible I could get interested; awesomely, the shrink does in fact ask if she thinks Dexter is going to kill her. Deb says no, but asks if all brothers are assholes, and whines that Dexter doesn't tell her anything, but after hearing her bleat for a while on that subject, the therapist, and I was pretty sure I liked her already, tells her it sounds like their normal dynamic involves her talking about herself, a lot. The therapist goes on that maybe Dexter doesn't feel like there's room in the relationship for his needs, and maybe next time they get together, she could make an effort to focus on him. It won't work, but the advice is solid, especially since it's clear from the look on Deb's face that this never, ever occurred to her before.
Of all the pointless scenes here, it's hard to imagine that it gets more pointless than this: Quinn gets so drunk at the strip club that Masuka leaves in disgust.