Dr. Evelyn Vogel: Feels good to cook for you again. It reminds me of what it was like to be your mother.
Oliver Saxon: You think fixing breakfast makes you my mother again?
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: No.
Oliver Saxon: You gave up the privilege a long time ago.
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: Daniel, whatever mistakes I've made in the past, I want to make it up to you. I can help you.
Oliver Saxon: Help me how?
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: I can arrange for the care you need.
Oliver Saxon: The care I need? I will never be locked up again.
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: I have contacts at the best facilities.
Oliver Saxon: Like the last one you sent me to? Do you know what that was like? Day after day wondering when you'd finally come to visit, only to realize that the answer was never!
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: Daniel, I couldn't. You'd killed Richard.
Oliver Saxon: That was your fault! You ignored me. All you ever cared about was Richard. You never tried to help me.
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: I was young, inexperienced. I didn't know how to help you.
Oliver Saxon: But you sure as hell knew how to help Dexter Morgan. You taught him how to deal with his condition. You gave him everything you denied me. While I was rotting away, you gave him a life.
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: I know that. I do. It was a horrible mistake.
Oliver Saxon: I was your son. I needed you.
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: Please...
Oliver Saxon: Please what?
Dr. Evelyn Vogel: Let me help you. I'm sorry for everything I've done. I truly, truly am.
Oliver Saxon: I wish I could believe you.
Dexter Morgan: So how do you feel about us leaving?
Debra Morgan: Scared. My whole family's moving.
Dexter Morgan: Scared?
Debra Morgan: You've always been there. I don't know what my life looks like without you.
Dexter Morgan: Well, maybe it looks better.
Debra Morgan: Really? Hanging out with two serial killers. Does it get better than that?
Dexter Morgan: So you see my point.