The crew is at a fire. Tommy brings a kid out of the building as he tells Lou (who is carrying a dog) about the guys who beat him up outside of the bar. Lou offers to call his cousin Benny to take care of Roger. Tommy tries to place Benny, and gets him confused with Lou's other cousin, Larry. They discuss how Larry's wife had in-vitro fertilization, and they now have twins. Tommy thinks this is great news, until Lou shares that the kids are black, because the doctor impregnated Larry's wife with "the wrong man juice." Really? "Man juice" is the slang term they chose to use there? I wonder if the writers originally used something else, and the censors made them change it. Then again, the show's on FX, and I haven't seen a lot of signs of censorship on that network. ["They've said 'shit' on this show before, but maybe the writers picked a 'semen' synonym even coarser than that. For the sake of sensitive readers, I won't speculate as to what that could be." -- Wing Chun] Chief comes in and asks if they're all clear. Tommy says that they are, and that Franco is bringing someone else down.
When they get outside, Lou asks again if Tommy wants him to call Benny in. Tommy doesn't, and says that he's going to take the high road on this one. Lou scoffs, and Tommy says that he doesn't plan to take the lowest road, in any event.
Franco brings a little girl outside and encourages the EMT to give her an oxygen mask. The girl struggles and tries to keep the mask off, but finally relents. The EMT tells Franco how hard it is to see injured kids, and asks if Franco has any of his own. Franco doesn't quite know how to answer that question.
Chief, Lou, and Tommy check out "the local talent," meaning the ladies standing against a fence nearby. Chief is especially impressed with one woman's long legs. Tommy disappoints him by spitting, "It's a guy. Check out those calves." Chief and Lou aren't buying it. Tommy says that he used to work in the Meatpacking District, so he can spot a tranny a mile away, and plus he talked to her earlier, and she had a voice like James Earl Jones. Chief still thinks it's a woman. They call Garrity over and tell him that the chick on the sidewalk has been checking him out. Garrity looks over and says that she's "kind of big." Tommy tries to convince him that she's just athletic. Lou backs him up. Garrity decides to go and make a move, and asks if he should leave his helmet on or off. Tommy advises him to start with the helmet on, to project authority, and then take it off. As Garrity walks away, Lou and Chief giggle. Franco walks over and Tommy clues him in as to what's happening. Franco is barely interested, and Tommy wonders what's up with that. After a short conversation with the tranny, Garrity returns and says that he got a date with her tonight. Lou walks away quickly, and Garrity asks what his problem is. Tommy says that Lou's just jealous, and talks about how great the date will be. Chief says that Garrity shouldn't get his hopes up, because the chick is way out of his league. Garrity ends up taking a bet with the Chief and Tommy that he will get to kiss his date tonight. As Garrity walks off, Chief laughs that these are the moment that he lives for.