In a squad car, Ty is speculating on how much happiness a mere lottery ticket could buy. Got Faust? Sully, meanwhile, is stewing over the young Sergeant Doogie Bateman. Sully feels he (Sully) is being treated like a first-year rookie. Aw, poor Sully. (I should have that phrase on a computer macro.) "I've got shirts older than that stiff-necked little son of a bitch!" Sully bellows. Sully and Ty do that not-at-all-cute thing where each of them is talking about different things and not listening to each other. Ty goes on about how he'd like to buy an island in the Caribbean if he won the lottery. Sully bellows some more, actually working in the not-at-all-overused phrase, "I'm too old for this crap!" Ty asks Sully if he's ever been to Jamaica. Rum punch. Half-naked women. Sully asks again about Doogie Bateman. Ty tells Sully he's not invited to the island when Ty wins the lottery. I think Sully would have been voted off Survivor pretty quickly. But he would probably do well on Temptation Island given his already repressive nature.
At the station, Yokas and Bosco are reclaiming possessions that were taken after the shooting. Yokas bitches that her memo book is ruined. Bosco says he's not throwing away his Kel-Light. He's had it since they started. Ewww. It's all covered in blood and probably brain matter. Somebody call Harvey Keitel and get some under-the-sink cleaning products. The black woman who was at the scene after the shooting, and who seems to be able to miraculously appear to interject wisdom and exposition into every scene, asks if Bosco and Yokas noticed a guy on a bicycle during the shooting. She says a witness saw a guy on a bicycle. Yokas lets slip that they didn't see anything because they hit the deck so fast. Bosco corrects her by making it sound like they were trying to secure the scene from behind the squad car's gas pedal. Wise Black Woman asks why anyone would have wanted to kill Rudy. Well, maybe because he was a crotchety, withered guy who probably killed a bunch of people as a Navy Seal. Oh, wait, she's talking about Rudy from Third Watch not Survivor Rudy. Got it. Yokas says Rudy was pretty insignificant as criminals go. Now that's just sad. You work your whole life to be a reputable criminal, and some cop calls you "insignificant" after you die. Sad, people. Yokas gets called away to an incident with shots fired at police. They take off.