Dexter sends text messages on a Motorola phone, which does not have a QWERTY keypad. You should see him cycling through the letters for each key, but the letters just appear normally.
Lundy's slides and files reveal the names of more of Dexter's victims: Luke Wellens, Buck Forester, A. Jorgen, Kevin Mott, Jerry V., Sean Dibberman, Herbert W., Jacob Wilson, George Hoss, Olman Estavez, Alan Matherson, and Thomas Hillstat.
Doakes' aliases, supplied by the Department of Defense, are: Freddie Caldwell, Joby Harris, James Duke, and William Glass.
Doakes: Now I think you got a conscience.
Dexter: Of course I have a conscience. I left you a place to shit, didn't I?
Dexter: (voice over) I remember when life was easy, when the only question I worried about was, "Who's next?" Now it's, "How can I dodge my protective detail?" and "What should I do with my hostage?" These are not easy questions.
Dexter: (voice over) Taking a life is one thing, but the care and feeding of it is another. I can't keep my problem locked away in a cabin forever. Harry always said there were plenty of people who deserved to die, but no matter how hard I close my eyes and wish, Doakes isn't one of them. Harry, he never prepared me for this one, what do I do? What would you do?
Dexter: Why couldn't you just leave me to do my work in peace? Why'd you have to go and ruin everything?
Doakes: You're a killer. I catch killers.
Dexter: So do I. I caught you.
Doakes: I'm not a killer.
Dexter: You are. That's why you've always known what I am. That's why you have more "officer-related" shootings than anybody else. Only I don't fuck with you when you shoot somebody, why couldn't you pay me the same professional courtesy?
Doakes: There's nothing professional about what you do. I kill when I have to, on the job.
Dexter: So, it's okay to take a life as long as you get a paycheck for it?
Dexter: I should warn you Sergeant, you can't play on my feelings. I don't have any.
Doakes: Oh really? Who's lying now?
Doakes: You know how I've been looking into your past, right?
Dexter: That's why you're in a cage.
Deb: (about Doakes) Hard to believe he's our guy. Amazing how easy it is to hide who you are from people, huh?
Dexter: Not that easy.
Angel: Help me out here. What does a seven year old girl like?
Dexter: Astor likes CNN.
Dexter: Deb, Doakes is a lot of things, but he's not an idiot. He won't come out of the shadows because of a grudge.
Deb: Right. Because serial killers are so practical.
Dexter: Actually they are.
Deb: (to Lundy, about LaGuerta) You're gonna ream her, aren't you? Can I be there when you do it? It's kind of a hobby of mine.
Lundy: I thought we were out as a couple.
Deb: Out and flaunting it are two different things.
Lundy: Don't ask, don't tell?
Deb: Works for the military.
Lundy: Not really.
Dexter: I've got news for you, Sergeant. My code requires a higher standard of proof than your city's laws. At zero cost to the taxpayer, you ask me, I'm a bargain.
Lundy: I thought that the novelty of my AARP discount would wear off and you'd get tired of me...
Deb: Oh my god.. That's the sweetest thing you've ever said!
Title: There's Something About Harry
This is a play on the 1998 movie title There's Something About Mary a Farrelly Brothers comedy starring Ben Stiller and Cameron Diaz.