They find Anton's source high and lying in an alley. "I love the smell of ass in the morning," says Deb. Mmm, evocative. She asks, "Anyone fucking in there?" to the catatonic guy and Anton says she must be good with kids. Heh. Anton tells the source that he has some heroin for him, which wakes him up. Then Anton asks him when the last time he saw Freebo was. He mumbles "Wendell" says he's not coming back. They have to talk to "Wendell" to get to Freebo.
We're at a new crime scene and it's the sheriffs office's jurisdiction. Vincent asks an officer to move so he can take a picture -- there's clearly tension. The victim is another skinned person. A girl. Great. How long are we going to see this skinning stuff without even the smallest development in regards to who it is doing it? Gimme some intrigue!! Angel says that the sheriffs are in charge of the case. Vince steps away, annoyed. Angel asks Quinn what's wrong with Vince -- he doesn't joke around, he dresses better, he's polite. I'd suspect a brain tumor, but Quinn says maybe someone pointed out the error of his ways.
Back at station, Maria says that it will be a joint investigation with their office and the sheriff's office. She will share case information as a professional courtesy. Angel and Quinn seem miffed, because someone else is benefiting from their police work. Maria assures them though that it's still their case. The sheriff's office is sending over lab work from the dead girl. Vince says he'll talk to the medical examiner. Deb responds with a grin, "another four hour erection?" Vince doesn't laugh and Deb looks really confused.
Deb says she is having Wendell Owens, Freebo's doorman, brought in to see if he knows why people who knew Freebo keep winding up dead. She wants to connect the dots. Dexter VO's -- "I may be one of those dots." Well, if you'd even ponder the existence of this skinner killer for a moment, maybe we could erase your dot. Angel says they'll need consent from a parent to interview Wendell, since he's 15 years old. Quinn says he'll make sure they do everything by the book. Deb looks rightfully annoyed. Is he trying to set her up for something? All of his bullshit is so presentational. It just feels like he's trying to make her look bad. When the meeting is over he compliments her police work. She replies, "Yeah right," and walks off.