Jamie Batista: This is for your own good. You haven't gone out with anyone since Hannah. You stay for dinner. And when we're done, I will stay with Harrison so you can go do whatever it is you have to do.
Dexter Morgan: [thinking] Serial Killer, bested by 100-pound nanny.
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: [presiding] Well, we're never gonna get anywhere unless one of you starts talking... Okay. Debra, it seems that you tried to kill Dexter as well as yourself.
Debra Morgan: Yes, but then I saved him.
Dexter Morgan: You saved me? You only had to save me because you tried to kill me.
Debra Morgan: I know, but...
Dexter Morgan: You almost left my son an orphan. Harrison, who's gonna take care of him? Who?
Debra Morgan: I don't know.
Dexter Morgan: All I've done my whole life is try to take care of you, to protect you.
Debra Morgan: Protect? Jesus Christ, Dexter, if this is your way of protecting me...
Dexter Morgan: Okay, so I'm not perfect! You think it's easy being your brother?
Debra Morgan: You're not even listening to me. Y-you don't understand. I've been trapped in a fucking fog...
Dexter Morgan: No, I don't understand! Haven't you heard anything she said? I'm stupid that way. My brain is limited. So when my sister tries to kill me, for some reason, it doesn't make sense.
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: It's true, Dexter, what she said. While in the throws of PTSD, one's thinking becomes cloudy. The weight of what she has been through has been too much for her to bear. Debra has been in such a turmoil that she sought out the first solution that presented itself.
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: I'm glad to see that the two of you have managed to find your way back to each other.
Debra Morgan: Well, the family that kills together...
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: I'm impressed. I know Harry would be too. He was always concerned that, as you grew older, you - you might drift apart.
Debra Morgan: Well, we never really had a choice. If anyone really knew us, they would run screaming.
Dexter Morgan: [narrating] A few days ago, everything seemed hopeless between Deb and me. But through Dr. Vogel, and Yates, I've got my sister back. Not like things were before.
[splashes Yates' body overboard]
Dexter Morgan: It's something different. But for now, it's enough.
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: It's beautiful out here, Dexter.
Dexter Morgan: I like it. It's peaceful, alone on the water.
Debra Morgan: Tonight you brought us.
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: Yes. Why?
Dexter Morgan: I wanted to be with family.