Cut to Bosco spraying air freshener in his car, but the smell won't go away. He's complaining that, instead of dropping the drunk off at a church, they should have put a bullet in the back of his skull and weighed him down with rocks and thrown him in the East River. I wonder which class you learn that procedure in at the academy -- remember, Bosco is totally by-the-book, or so he says. So someone comes over to them and tells them that he is supposed to start remodeling an old hotel down the street, but he can't because of the squatters, and Bosco says, "you want to see some 'Compassionate Community' policing?" and they get in the car and hold their noses and follow the guy to the hotel. I've never seen a policeman who enjoys working with the public so much. What a stand-up guy. I hope that if I ever have a problem that someone like Bosco is there to help me. No, not really.
Cut to Carlos and Doc holding onto the out-the-window guy and struggling to keep a grip on him. Ooohhh, will the guy fall? Oh, the suspense! Not. The firemen come and help pull the guy back in. Whatever.
Cut to Ty and Sully at the precinct. Ty is all annoyed that there was an assault on a prostitute who robbed her customer and no one got arrested, and Sullivan asks him what good arresting would do -- problem solved, so move on. Then Sullivan is all, "You don't like it? Quit. Your mother and I would be delighted," and I really hope Ty tries to make his mother happy. So they see that the cheap-watch guy is waiting for them and he tells Sullivan that Michael Daniels is at an old hotel where a bunch of squatters are staying. Could it be the same hotel that Bosco and Yokas just heard about? Oh, the suspense!
Cut to Bosco and Yokas at the old hotel. Bosco has a huge hard-on by now as he gets all ready to make some homeless people miserable, and he strides briskly into the hotel. Ooh -- commercial break used to build up the suspense! I need to poke myself in the eye with a fork to keep from falling asleep.
Cut to Bosco going up to the second floor of the hotel and he looks like he is ready to crack skulls. He finds some squatters, and with a gleam in his eye, he tells them to leave.
Cut to Doc and Carlos outside of the building, and Carlos thanks Doc for not dropping him. Doc confesses that he couldn't help Jerry either, and that he hid under the stairs, and that he felt really bad about it and couldn't bear to see Jerry in the hospital. Then all of the police cars at the scene leave because they all found out where Michael Daniels is.