At Little Rock Metro, Greene notes that the last day of his internship is coming up, and wonders if there's any way he could stay on permanently. Masuka tells him that they're an elite crew, and... I'm sorry, I dislocated something laughing so hard. Yeah, you're so fucking elite that Greene had to save you from the Horrific Nightmare Of An Intern, Masuka. Just totally fucking first-rate, there. Other terrible work follows in the form of an indescribably embarrassing Yoda imitation, but as an afterthought, he says maybe he'll throw Greene some consulting work, so I guess we'll be seeing him next season. Greene then looks across the office at Dexter, not for the first time this scene, so I guess Deb's got some competition. THANK GOD.
Deb has some pictures of the Lake of Fire tableau, taken by some dude in an airplane, and now that I think of it, weren't the tableaus meant to be seen on a grand scale? I guess after the wormwood fiasco, there wasn't that much point. Everyone thinks that means Colin Hanks is just sitting around waiting for the eclipse, which is only four hours away, but Deb thinks she has an idea, and calls everyone over to her desk and swallows hard when Dexter is close to her and OH MY GOD HAVE YOU NO DIGNITY AT ALL? The sketch is of the two Witnesses, with what Batista thinks is a dog, atop a mountain watching the eclipse, and Deb theorizes this means Colin Hanks will be finding one of the highest points in Miami from which to take it in. I'd point out that Colin Hanks following EJO's drawings doesn't necessarily seem like a given now that we know Colin Hanks KILLED HIM, but it turns out she's right, and anyway, I'm exhausted. Deb declares her intention to request police on the rooftops of every tall building in Miami, but Dexter takes another look at the drawing and realizes that Colin Hanks's rendition of it is a little different. And not just because it only has one Witness!