It bothered me that Dexter didn't clean up the broken mess. Why would he want Angel to think that he did that right after the conversation they had? He's going to give Angel one more thing to think about wrt himself and LaGuerta? That just seems like the kind of detail he'd think about. It would have taken him all of two minutes.
I don't know that I agree that Deb was deliberately trying to put herself in a position where she'd be killed. If she wanted the guy to go nuts on her all she had to do was linger on the phone with Quinn.
Makes Dex more "human", as did his very hurt look (MCH can really bring it w/nothing but a facial expression) when Deb said she hated him and referred to him as "nobody...just some loser."
For me this just might have been the hardest part of the market scene even worse than the "I shot the wrong person" person line. Being nobody to someone you love is almost worse than being hated by them. And to have her say that about him in front of a genuine loser douchebag after all that they've been through together...yikes, yeah, my feelings would be hurt too lol.
A couple people mentioned the possibility of her being the brain scooper. I think, she manipulated the brain scooper into his acts, but now wants Dexter's help in stopping him so she is not implicated in his crimes. Maybe he was another "test subject," that wasn't "successful" as Dexter.
The other idea that's going through my head is what if she thinks that the brain guy is going to come after her and that's why she wants Dexter's help. Maybe the brain scooper is angry with her or maybe she knows that he plans to target Dexter at some point and doesn't want that to happen because she still has other plans for him.
I remember that in the very first episode Harry and Dexter discuss about a dog killed by the young Dexter, is it that dog (second drawing)? Then Harry says that there weren't just dog bones, implying Dexter has killed someone or some other animal, but that story has never been explained in deeper details, am I wrong? Anyway the third drawing maybe is about that..
I'm curious to know if anyone remembers this better. The only conversation between Dexter and Harry regarding a dog that I can recall was about Debra's dog that ended up being given away. IIRC Harry told Dexter not to even think about [killing the dog], Dexter told Harry that he wasn't going to hurt it, Harry gives the dog away, and Dexter almost tells Deb the reason why but is kept from doing so by Harry. I remember thinking that maybe Harry was thinking that Dexter was worse than he actually was but if he knew that Dexter had killed animals before that makes a lot more sense to me that he'd be super freaked about his wife bringing a pet into the house.
I'm inclined to agree with Atomic Clock regarding LaGuerta's bench.