Back at the flirty restaurant, Patrick is still guessing occupations, and his guess this time around is yoga instructor. Karen asks again if he gives up, and he says that he doesn't. Karen replies, "We'll see."
The credits are all in super-cool Miami-type bright orange and red colors, and the theme song is "It's Your Thing" by the Isley Brothers. I like this show already.
Karen drives down the highway, palm trees reflected in her sunglasses. Her cell phone rings, and she brushes aside a badge and a gun in her purse in order to retrieve it. It's her dad, Marshall Sisco (played by the awesome Robert Forster). Marshall is walking across a street. He tells Karen a story about a guy who went in to rob a bank and told his partner to circle the block. The robber came running out and got hit by a car. Karen guesses that his partner was driving the car, and Marshall chuckles and says that irony is not dead. Karen asks if he's working today. Marshall says that he's investigating a guy in a wheelchair for an insurance scam.
Marshall spots Wheelchair Guy being pushed around by a much younger woman. Marshall asks Karen whether Karen's told her new guy what she does for a living. Karen says that he still wants to guess. Marshall thinks the guy sounds like an insurance agent, and Karen says that he's a charter fisherman who owns his own boat. Just like Jake Hansen on Melrose Place! Marshall asks the guy's name, and Karen says that it's Carl Wilkins, so that's what I'll be calling him from now on instead of Patrick Dempsey. Marshall says he's always wanted to own his own boat. Karen reminds him that he gets seasick, but Marshall doesn't see the connection. Karen has pulled into a parking garage and moved around to get something out of the trunk of her car. She tells her dad that she has to go, because she's back at work. Marshall hesitates, and then asks how she's feeling. Karen rolls her eyes and says, "Not you too." Marshall says he'll see her tomorrow night for poker, and they hang up. Marshall is now standing in a car showroom, and a salesman asks if he can help. Marshall gets permission to take pictures of some cars, but really he's taking pictures of Wheelchair Guy, who is talking to someone elsewhere in the room.