Later, in "his" room, Dexter is checking some online building records as DVO says he knows he promised Deb honesty, but this isn't a killing errand -- he just needs to get into Greene's apartment to find out what he knows. Just then, though, Deb enters from the bathroom and offers to sit with him, as she doesn't think he should be awake and alone. Dexter thinks that maybe he should get some sleep, now that she mentions it, and Deb, who sounds exhausted, is happy enough to have an excuse to head off to bed. DVO laments the fact that Deb, his new "Siamese twin," is going to make it really difficult to get over to Greene's place. "But how long can I wait?"
Well, at least until this next scene is over. Quinn is sitting across from a gentleman, who, from the fact that a look at his body brings the words "brick" and "shithouse" to mind, is very likely the bouncer Tony both Nadia and Jason Gedrick mentioned. He claims barely to have seen Soroka the night she was killed, and while Quinn does not so much believe him, Batista enters to tell Quinn that as it happens, the security tapes back up his claim that he was working all that night. However, once the two of them start questioning him in tandem, he slips up and confirms that he and Soroka were an item, which he had apparently denied up to this point. They threaten to turn their harassment tactics on him, and he immediately gives up Viktor's name. And before you make fun of him for folding like Superman on laundry day, think what your life would be like if you had Mutt and Jeff here dogging your every move.
At the station, Dexter finds Masuka and asks how the assignment is going, and Masuka complains about all the waiting around -- the diggers haven't even found anything yet. Dexter confesses to being a little stir-crazy, and offers to sub in for him. Masuka is all over that, but tells Dexter he's going to have to get his sister's permission, so Dexter marches over and puts on his best innocent face as he tells her that Masuka's miserable and is "begging" Dexter to take over for him. Deb is like, sure, that sounds great -- let's go! Heh. Dexter does his best not to visibly deflate, but catches a break when Batista and Quinn corral Deb with the news about Viktor. Turns out Dexter's not the only one who knows how to use Interpol, and Quinn and Batista learned that Viktor "is" a member of some Brotherhood in Ukraine known for drugs and human trafficking. Faced with a moral dilemma, Deb tells Dexter she has to deal with this news and pointedly asks if they're good, and Dexter replies that he'll be surrounded by Federal marshals, so he thinks he'll be okay. For someone who was worried about the neighbors overhearing earlier, he doesn't seem too concerned about Quinn and Batista figuring out what they're discussing. I have to confess I probably wouldn't be either.