We go to a stupid Sprint PCS commercial. Because sometimes life is just like that. And I plan to take The Pledge not to see Nicholson's new movie. I don't care who directed it.
Another lottery ball moment. I wish they would combine this with the stupid Ti-Cheeze moments from the last episode and have Doc come out and kick the lotto ball machine. The word "Needless" would appear in some exotic language. No such luck. Lottery ball #24 rolls down the pike, in case you're keeping track.
Ty is washing his hands. Sully is preaching. He says if he ever buys it, please don't let them say he was a hero just because he gave his life to the city of New York. Very noble, Sully. Ty washes some more. He's soaping it up, Lava-style. "Did you call your mother?" Sully asks. He tells Ty not to let her find out from the news because they won't say names on the news right off. Ty keeps watching. "I'm sorry about your friend," Sully says. Ty downplays it. The dead guy, Greg, was in the academy with him. Ty's still washing. I obsessive-compulsively rewind three times to make sure I'm seeing it right. Sully notices the hand washing. "They look pretty clean. Your hands," he says. Ty stops washing. I rewind three more times to make sure it turns out okay. "Ready to roll?" Ty asks. Yeah. Sully is a roll.
Up at the front of the station, phones are ringing off the hook as people are checking in. Faith Yokas calls home and assures her kids that she's all right. She'll just be a little late getting home. Bosco walks up behind her. Yokas makes sure Bosco called his mom. Forum folks: I really think the Yokas / Bosco connection is maternal, not romantic. Honestly. Bosco says the detectives think the guy who shot the cops was the same bicyclist who shot Rudy. He asks how many white guys are riding ten-speeds in New York. "Twenty thousand?" Yokas asks. She says the guy has no reason for shooting up folks. Bosco says the guy has a reason. He grabs Yokas' badge and shows it to her.