Bosco and Yokas come to a bus stop that a car drove into. Bobby and Kim called them specifically because it was Fred who was driving. Fred tells Yokas that he had a few beers with the guys after work. From the way he is talking, it sounds like he drank a few kegs of beer with the guys. Yokas asks Bosco to give Fred a sobriety test, but Bosco refuses -- he thinks Yokas should just take him home to sleep it off. Yokas decides to give Fred the test herself, and Fred fails miserably. Yokas gets very upset and cuffs Fred and arrests him. Bosco is all annoyed and asks why she's doing this, and she tells him that Fred was on his way to pick up the kids from after-school. Damn. Good thing he didn't get to the kids first.
A commercial for the MSN project -- a group of people live in an empty house, and they have to furnish it and live there for a period of time, and they can only buy things off the Internet. Oh, how original. Not. Good Morning America has done this "project" twice since December.
Doc and Carlos arrive at a scene where a bus hit a woman, and the woman is lying face down in the middle of the street. They flip the woman over, and Carlos talks to her to see if she is conscious. The woman wakes up and looks at Carlos and asks if he is an angel. She tells them she heard someone call her name across the street so she went to cross the street and got in front of the bus. She thought she was dead, and then she opened her eyes and saw Carlos, her angel. Carlos thinks she has a concussion. I think she has brain damage.
Bosco and Yokas are at her home with her kids and Yokas is calling a babysitter. She tells the kids that the sitter will come over soon and that their dad won't be home for a while. Bosco tells her she should cut Fred some slack, and Yokas tells him about her oqn alcoholic father and that she doesn't want that kind of life for her kids. Fred could have gotten help but he refuses, and then she tells Bosco, "There are no victims, only volunteers."