In a dramatic development, we have two -- count 'em -- two custody battles this episode. Please Don't Take My Baby; Part Deux involves a Croatian couple whose son Goran (and come on, this has got to be a shout out to ER's smoking hottie, Goran Visnjic, who plays dreamy Croatian doctor Luka) has recently been removed from their custody. Ian the Annoying Court Reporter interrupts DCF to ask how to spell Goran's name. When everyone gives him the Look of Death for interrupting, he shrugs his shoulders. "Color me stupid," he says. You said it, I didn't, buddy. DCF explains that the family is homeless, and has been for two weeks, because the Filipoviches won't sign any of the paperwork necessary to move them into temporary housing. DCF had to take Goran because they couldn't let him live on the streets. Amy asks Mr. Filipovich why he didn't sign the papers. The Filipoviches don't have any counsel, or an interpreter, and their English is poor. Mrs. Filipovich manages to say that they are going to get a home, and they want their son back. Amy kindly thanks her, and asks why they don't have a lawyer. They don't understand her. The DCF lawyers tell Amy that the Filipoviches wouldn't sign the financial affidavits necessary to arrange for court-appointed representation, and that the only Croatian interpreter they could find wasn't available until the next day. Amy gets all annoyed and issues a continuance until the next day. She very tersely tells DCF they better get this family an interpreter and a lawyer. Bruce, because he is now allowed only to speak with his eyes, gives her a "you go, girl" look. Although he would never actually say "you go, girl." You know what I mean.
Over at DCF, Maxine is talking to Mr. Bellamy, one of the powers that be, about the procedure required to reimburse SBW's sister for taking care of SBW and Hubby's (who we learn are named Laura and Mitch Evans) foster kid while Laura and Mitch are on vacation. In a bit of banter I shall not attempt to recreate, we learn that Bellamy is humorless and bureaucratic. We also learn that the Evanses are getting paid for three kids, not the lone one that they actually have -- a $1200 overpayment. Bellamy tells Maxine to find out why.