It's back at the church with Travis and poor Nathan. At least he's in a room that really does get beautiful light. Nathan's repenting and Travis is insisting that he needs to believe what he's saying. Nathan says he doesn't know what Travis wants and he says that he wants to hear him tell God that he's sorry. He gets a little bit calmer and tells God that he's sorry for anything he's ever done. Well, that was easy. See ya later, Nathan. There's the door. Travis puts his hand on his back, and then he leaves the room. Nathan screams to be let go, then he starts pulling on the chains in the floor. Eddie tells Travis that Nathan is telling him what he wants to hear. Travis asks how long it is until they make him suffer. It sounds like he's sad about having to make him suffer. Also, he's already suffering, Travis. Eddie, who is painting a mannequin head, tells Travis that he really has a good heart. But, there's more at stake than one man's suffering. He insists that Nathan must be pure before they can proceed.
Dexter "bumps into" an old guy on a golf course. It's Walter Kenney. He's a Grumpy Gus. Walter hangs back because he doesn't want to play with the other people from the old folks' home. Dexter says that his name is "Dan" and he's looking for someone to hit with and invites Walter to join him. Walter drives the golf course like a serial killer. He tells Dexter that the worst decision he ever made was moving to Florida. He's sick of old people and people who don't speak English. Even if this guy is not a killer, maybe Dexter could make an exception. He asks Dexter what he's doing at an old folks' home and he says that he's looking for a place for his dad. God, this guy is HORRIBLE. I feel like I need some Tums after spending 30 seconds with him. Dexter says that being with him is like being stuck in a toxic cloud. Also, he cheats. He swings and it throws his back out. Dexter gets him into the golf cart and he takes him back to the club bar.
They sit by the pool while Walter has a beer and some pills. He tells Dexter that he was a pipe fitter in Oregon. Shit job/good pension. Now, all he wants to do is play golf. Dexter suggests that, given the day's events, he pick up another hobby. Walter laments not being able to do what you love. Dexter VO's that he wonders if he's talking about golf or being able to rip out that prostitute's tooth. Seriously, that is a sentence I just never thought I'd write. Dexter VO's that Walter may be an asshole, but that doesn't make him a killer. Then, Walter says that maybe he gave up too soon. He's looking at the ass of a young lady working at the clubhouse. Then, Dex notices that he wears a dental implant where his lateral incisor should be. The same tooth that gets pulled out of the Tooth Fairy's victims. Hmm. He gets a call from Brother Sam telling him that his car is ready. Dex returns to the table and Walter is still salivating over that girl's butt. Dex pays for the beer and says that he has to pick up his car. Walter asks him to help him complete some errands the next day, since his back has him incapacitated. Dex VO's that this actually makes it easier for him to find him when he needs to kill him.