Doc and Carlos get to a scene where members of Fight Back are beating up some guy with a brown coat on. Doc breaks them up, and Roberto tells him they found the gay shooter. The beat-up guy tells them that he is not the shooter, and that he himself is gay. Sully and Ty arrive and ask what happened. Roberto tells them that they just wanted to ask the guy some questions and he started swinging at them. Oh yeah, this little guy just wanted to start a fight with a gang of big muscular men. Uh huh. Sure. Roberto then tells them that they are trying to catch the shooter themselves because no one else is helping. Sully asks Roberto if he thinks that if beats up everyone, they'll eventually get the right man. Ty asks the guy if he wants to press charges, because we all know how much Ty likes to do paperwork, but the guy just wants the Fight Back guys to leave him alone. Sully suggests to the group that they get off the street, and Roberto tells Sully that if Sully does his job, he'll get off the street. Roberto is expecting Sully to act all hurt, but instead Sully is all, "It's a deal." Now what, Roberto?
Jimmy finds Kim in the kitchen of the station and apologizes for not listening to her before. She acts all annoyed at him, and he tells her he is jealous about hearing that she was with someone else, and then he asks her what she's going to do about Bobby. She tells him she doesn't know, and he suggests that she tell Bobby the truth, and then he walks off. Kim twirls her hair and thinks real hard.
Ty is at the precinct waiting for Tisha as she is released, and he asks her if he can talk to her. She wants to know if, since Ty got her released, he wants to get in her pants now. He tells her he doesn't, and then she acts all offended that he isn't interested in her. Jeez, Tisha -- mixed signals, much? Ty tells her that he did it for Malcolm, and then he tells her that she needs to be more responsible. Like you, Ty, who just drops the kid off at your mother's place so she can take care of him? Yeah, take on those responsibilities, Ty. Show her how it's done.
Yokas and Bosco are driving to another shooting scene, and this time there is a group of people outside a gay club. An off-duty officer is standing over a shooting victim and the people tell Yokas and Bosco that the off-duty officer shot the shooter, but the guy ran off and a group of men followed him. Bosco runs off, and Yokas radios for backup.
Bosco is running down the street and hears fighting down in an alley. He sees the Fight Back guys beating up a man, and he tries to pull the guys off the man. They just push Bosco to the side, so Bosco pulls out his nightstick and starts whacking at the members of Fight Back. Bosco, it's Valentine's Day, not Springfield's Whacking Day! So he hits Roberto with his nightstick, and Roberto starts to fight him off so Bosco tries to smack him again. Roberto tells him that they got the shooter, and Bosco tells him that he'll put the guy in jail. Roberto gets all pissed that Bosco is "protecting" the shooter and gets in Bosco's face about it, and Bosco threatens to shoot Roberto. Bosco really knows how to work an angry crowd. Not. Yokas drives up to them, and she and the priest, who again appears out of nowhere, get out of the car. The priest IDs the shooter, then asks him what his name is. The shooter tells him his name is Tom, and then the priest starts praying for him. While you're at it, Father, pray for Bosco to have some patience with the people his job is to help and protect.