Go see the movie Pitch Black. It is scary.
The priest tells the cops that he was performing the ceremony when a man came in and started shooting. Sully and Bosco ask the priest if he saw the shooter, but the priest keeps telling them it was a hate crime. Bosco suggests that it may have been "a jealous lover with bad aim." Why isn't Bosco a detective? He's a regular Sherlock Holmes. Not. The priest also gets pissed off and tells them that just because the couple was gay, it doesn't mean it is all about sex. The priest tells them that his is one of only a few parishes that perform same-sex marriages, and he gets tons of hate mail and nasty things written on his church. Sully apologizes for what Bosco implied and tells the priest that a detective will be there shortly to help with the investigation. The priest doesn't really think they are working very hard to help, and walks away. Sully is all, "Nice way to interact with the community." Bosco thinks "their kind" is always over-dramatic. Not like you've overacted over anything, Bosco. Oh, wait. You have. Many times. Pot and kettle, much? So Yokas tells them she got a description of the shooter; he is a white man with dark hair, wearing a brown jacket. Ty tells them someone told him it was a hunting jacket. It's huntin' season!
Kim and Bobby are in the ambulance. Kim asks if he heard anything from his brother that morning. Kim, you were with him all morning -- did you ignore him all day except for the times he was laying pipe? Then they talk about his brother some more, but it really doesn't matter, because we probably aren't going to hear about Matt ever again. Bobby gives Kim a silly Valentine's Day card and she thinks it is cute -- just like a card Joey would get her. Bobby tells her it was the only one he could find on such short notice. I guess he was just too busy lying naked in Kim's bed for the last week. Bobby then invites Kim to go to Vermont with him and some friends that weekend. Kim pulls out the child card, telling Bobby she has Joey that weekend, but maybe she'll go. She has an "oh, God, what have I gotten myself into?" look on her face.
Sully and Ty are leaving a convenience store with some coffee and snacks, and Sully is complaining about the way the priest was acting like they weren't doing their jobs. It probably would have helped if Bosco had kept his big mouth shut; Sully should be complaining about how Bosco makes everyone around him look bad. Ty sees two homegirls walking around their Lexus because they got a flat tire. Ty pops a tiny boner and makes Sully go over with him to see if they can help the girls. Hey Ty, remember, you have a girlfriend! For some reason, the homegirls don't want help and Sully figures out that the car is stolen. The girls start to argue over who stole the car.