Bautista breaks up the Spanish Inquisition (he obviously wasn’t expecting it) by calling to tell her they found Speltzer.
When they walk in, they’re watching Everybody Loves Raymond meets Oz on the office TV because Speltzer is stuck in holding. He was found at the scrap yard and it took four officers to take him down. Lucky for Deb, he hasn’t asked for a lawyer and they need a confession. Dressing as a (not-so) furry worked for Speltzer because the mask hid his identity and they couldn’t find any DNA at the maze. We wouldn’t want something to go right for Deb now, would we?
We cut to the club to find Isaak (turns out the writers were going for the higher word score in Proper Noun Scrabble) surrounded by his cronies. He’s looking over a file he’s received on Dexter. He says he looks familiar. Have you seen “Gamer”?
Don’t be silly. No one saw Gamer.
He asks about Louis as well, to find out he’s just an intern. Isaak sees Viktor’s death as payback. Mr. Manager throws Viktor under the bus faster than if Isaak was Head of Household but Isaak isn’t having it. Mr. Manager better watch his mouth before he brings in T-Bone to burn down this banana stand because Isaak’s banana stands for Viktor.
On cue, Miami Metro barges in to shut down the club. Quinn and Nadia start flirting as subtlety as a crooked cop and a stripper can. Miami Metro filled the opening for a black detective who is also female so she’s taken care of two quotas. She calls out Quinn on his ethics and walks away to begin questioning.
Don’t get comfortable
Mr. Manager strides up, tired of the disruptions and offers Quinn a bribe for old times sake. Quinn has grown a little and declines. Where he’s grown, you might need to ask Nadia.
After the failed bribe attempt, he comes back into the office with a hurricane in his vagina because the cops shouldn’t be showing up if they got Viktor. Isaak concludes that Dexter and Louis were working alone. He wants to talk to Dexter first because he apparently wants to live in a Quentin Tarantino movie. To stop the cops however, Isaak decides to offer up the bartender, Alex.
Angel is back with Speltzer playing good cop. He complements his fighting prowess, his horror movie knowledge, his creativity for Halloween costumes. But Deb’s fingering him at the maze and wants to bring Speltzer down. Ray plays dumb, which should be an easy feat for him. Angel talks about how his lieutenant is a woman and his boss. That women are so dumb and get shit wrong all the time and should go in the kitchen and make me a sandwich. Wait that may not be Angel that may have been my co-workers. Anyway, Angel keeps telling Speltzer how he’s tired of listening to her squawk and he just wants to punch her right in the beak. Sooooo she’s Toucan Sam? Would explain some of the top notch detective work. Just proves that lizard brain beats nose in investigation prowess. They all lose to Spock, however. Ray just keeps checking out the camera in the corner of the room so Angel goes and gets her.