...but in scenarios I suspect are going to end less mercifully, Tony is working on a bike in his garage when Isaak Pullo and his henchman enter. After introducing himself, Isaak Pullo goes through a song and dance about Tony's exit interview, like WHAT COULD THAT MEAN, and uses a hoary ploy (Nadia knows what I'm talking about) to get him to admit that he gave up Viktor's name. Isaak Pullo then declares, seemingly with some deeper meaning, that it's terrible to lose someone you love, and adds that love is the one thing that gives meaning in this life, although I'd have to say that the way he then plunges a screwdriver deep into Tony's eye socket is fairly meaningful as well. The Ukrainians then leave, but not before the silent henchman takes a handkerchief and wipes Isaak Pullo's prints off the tool. He also gets the screwdriver SORRY I COULDN'T RESIST.
Back at the dig site, Dexter tells Deb he could go for a Frosty Swirl, and she thinks it's a good sign that he's thinking about normal things. Dexter replies that he'll never be normal, but Deb, as playful as we've seen her since she learned her brother KILLS PEOPLE, tells him that none of them really are before hopping across the street to get them both ice cream. DVO wonders if he might be able to deal with Deb watching him all the time, and thinks that if Randall can make peace with his situation, so can he. Speaking of Randall, he comes over to make a little small talk with Dexter about how he never got to patch things up with "Hannah," who I'm assuming is the girlfriend with whom he natural born killed. "I was never as alive as I was when I was with her." That line sounds a bit more ominous than anything he's said up to this point, and he follows it up by saying he wishes he'd gotten the chance to tell her how he felt. Dexter tentatively offers that he still could, but Randall tells him his time has run out before looking up into the sunlight and saying he's surely going to miss it. And knowing this show, you're expecting a thematic reversal, but he could credibly be referring to going back to prison, so the show does manage to obscure what's coming effectively enough. Randall tells Dexter that Hannah used to think he was something special, but now she only sees him as a killer. "And you know what? She's not wrong. There's just one last person I need to kill."