Miami Metro. Angel, LaGuerta, and Masuka exposit the State of the Investigation (long story short: still lookin'), including that Quinn is questioning young Scott Smith right now. Only Quinn's walking in right now. He says he got a kidnapping expert to talk to him instead. Yes, it's Deb, who we see telling Scott (with his dad next to him) about her own experience. This triggers some memories from Scott, particularly about the van Trinity used. And if I forgot to say it two weeks ago, kudos for little Jake Short for doing such a great job as Scott. Compelling and totally believable. Anyway, Deb has Scott draw the logo he saw on the van, and now Miami Metro has a new lead.
The logo, of course, is the Four Walls, One Heart symbol for what I've been calling Habitat for Inhumanity. Apparently, the image recognition software at Miami Metro is top-notch, because by that night they're excavating the entire build site. Deb tells Angel and LaGuerta that the "cadaver-sniffing dogs" (what a cheerful bunch those dogs must be) led them to dig up the patio. They find a bag, which Masuka opens to find the remains of a boy. How old? Well, if Masuka's gonna guess, oh, say...ten? "Looks to be wearing pajamas," says Masuka, and Angel quickly connects that to Scott being found in PJs too. Good enough for a warrant. Says LaGuerta. Angel and Deb powwow about checking Four Walls rosters across the various Trinity locales and cross-referencing to get their guy.
Meanwhile, their guy just picked a lock and broke into Dexter's bachelor pad. Also known as Deb's current bachelor pad. It takes Arthur finding a bra on the floor and mail addressed to Debra to make the connection, though. "Fucking Debra!" Trinity says, throwing the mail to the ground like a child.