In a montage set to DVO's tedious ponderings about the sea (seriously), Debra unpacks her things and cries about Lundy. LaGuerta and Angel stare at each other longingly. Cody wakes up to find Dexter cooking him pancakes like a good dad and not a guy who just chopped a man's head off. And we get one last peek in at Trinity, as we see he's been building himself a good, old-fashioned coffin. Not at all creepy.
As Dexter strides back into the station, to the strains of some serious Friday Night Lights-style music, he's feeling pretty good about himself. It won't last. He spots Quinn leading Farrow's assistant across the floor in handcuffs. Dexter goes pale and immediately knows what this means, but Angel connects the dots for us. The assistant killed Estrella, not Farrow. They've got DNA evidence, security footage -- the case is airtight. He did it. And so did Dexter. It's kind of hard to imagine it took us three and a half seasons for this to happen, but Dexter's finally killed an innocent.
Man, Harry is gonna be insufferable about this.
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