Last week, my mother was in town and watched the episode with me. If you guys thought I was negative towards the show, just you wait until you hear what my mom has to say. So the show starts off with Bosco and Yokas walking down a street, and Bosco is telling Yokas about his mother's fiftieth birthday and that Skanky Nicole wants to go to the party with him, and that he doesn't know whether to introduce Skanky Nicole to his mother while his mother's friends get her drunk and have a stripper. I don't know why Bosco would think Nicole couldn't handle that -- it sounds like what Nicole would do if she went out with her girlfriends. They get a call to direct traffic at a building fire.
Doc and Morales are looking at a very small apartment, and their real-estate agent is giving them the hard sell. They talk about how they couldn't fit all their stuff into it, but it's all they can afford and it has nice views. Anyone else see where this story is going?
Ty and Sully are walking down the street, and Ty is reading email responses to the online singles ad that he placed for Sully. Sully is not interested, and tells Ty that he doesn't want his help finding a girlfriend. Maybe Bosco could help him -- Skanky Nicole must know more women who just want to have sex with a cop and don't really talk much, which would seem like the perfect woman for Sully right now. So Ty reads a letter that he thinks sounds promising. Sully tells Ty that he can have her. ["I think Sully needs to cut down on the saltpeter, seriously." -- Sars]
Fire trucks coming to the scene of the fire, which is at a two-story motel. Bosco and Yokas move people away from the building, and Jimmy and company go inside the motel. The building is filled with smoke, and Jimmy et. al. put on their masks and start feeling for hot doors. Outside, Bosco stops two boys from running into the motel, and they tell Bosco and Yokas that their mother is in the building. We go to credits.
There is a Wal-Mart commercial on, and my mom informs me that since my father has retired, he and his friend Carlos (not dumbass Carlos from Third Watch) are going to work at Wal-Mart as greeters. I can totally see my father as a Wal-Mart greeter. He's very cheesy.
Back outside the burning motel, Bosco tells a firefighter that there is a woman in Room 206, so the guy radios Jimmy to tell him to look for the woman. Bosco then asks the boys if they were there when the fire started, and they tell him that they left when their father came over. Apparently, they don't think much of their father. Inside, Jimmy and company find a man lying down in the hall and they start to pull him out. They get a call from outside telling them that the wind has shifted and to look out for the fire moving. Cue the fire, which starts flying out of rooms and blasting out windows. After the fire dies down a little, the firefighters start battling the flames and searching for the boys' mother.