Randy walks down the street with Bug and Michael, the latter saying that Randy wasn't suspended that long; he gingerly tries to ask whether Randy did something for Donnelly to get back to school so quickly, but Randy says that Tiff dropped her claim, so that was the end of it. Michael confidentially says that teachers and cops always act like "they got you by the ass," but that if you just keep your mouth shut, they can't touch you, and just go away. "Word on that," says Bug. Hee! Michael chuckles as Randy says it doesn't matter, because Miss Anna has him on a short leash right now. "Shit, at least you got a leash," says Michael. Bug doesn't offer another "word," but he's probably thinking it.
Kavanaugh's. A whole barful of cops (and some ASAs) are singing along with The Pogues around Foerster's corpse. Which is there. In the bar. Weird, and probably a health-code violation. Anyway, Bunk starts trying to go up the stairs to the bathroom, but the way is blocked, so he has to run outside and puke on the curb. He gets spray on his lapel, but still manages to look somewhat suave as he waves to the funeral attendants smoking by Foerster's hearse. Bunk staggers back inside and finds McNulty, nursing a club soda. There's some half-assed bitching about McNulty's sobriety, and some good-natured pointing-out of lapel vomit, and then McNulty gives Bunk a shot and the song winds up, and booze smooths over all the awkwardness.
Vacant. Snoop and Partlow finish up with a couple of bodies. Snoop takes one guy's hat, commenting that it's "almost new," but Partlow warns her not to wear a dead man's hat. Snoop says she's just kidding, and offers a sarcastic prayer over the bodies for the New York boys who came too far south for their own good. Uh. Amen?
Outside, Partlow nails up the plank, and Snoop suggests that they go out for Chinese food. As you do.
Prez's classroom. Prez is trying to administer a practice test, but everyone's talking -- and confused. One girl says that he taught them using food-based examples, and everything in the practice test is about cars. Prez tells her it's just a different object, and that they should pay attention to the numbers. Calvin says that those are messed up too, since they never did thirds, but Prez says that it's all the same -- 1/3, 1/5, etc. -- just different denominators. Charlene asks how you get 1/3 of a car. Dukie helpfully says that it's 1/3 of all the cars, and Charlene freaks, "WAS I TALKING TO YOU?!" and stomps out. Randy turns around to look quizzically at Dukie, who shakes his head like, "Chicks, man."