Outside, Sully is walking, carrying his uniform in a laundry bag, and smiling as if he is the supreme Lover Man. Which for this brief, shining moment, he actually is. Sully is about to get into his car, when he's stopped by two IAA agents (Internal Affairs Assholes). IAA agent puts a hand on Sully's shoulder and asks where his gun is. "What the hell's going on?" Sully asks. They ask for his weapon and say he has to go with them. Sully just wants to know what's happening. He gives them his gun and they take him to his car. He says they don't have to push. In the car, Sully forlornly looks through the window back out to the street. Opening credits.
My cat, Cosa, is nowhere to be found. She usually dances around to this song, but she must be exhausted from all the Survivor DVD recapping from last weekend.
In the police locker room, Bosco starts us off on a path of whimsy by saying he had a weird dream the night before. "Did it involve a supermodel?" Faith Yokas asks him. No, Yokas, this is the new Bosco. The likeable Bosco. Weren't you here for the last two episodes? Bosco is a sensitive '90s man. Too bad it's the '00s. Bosco says he can be deeper than that. Right you are. Ty comes in asking where Sully is. Nobody knows. Bosco explains his dream. He's the sheriff. (Not Suzanne Somers.) A clock on the wall he can't read. It's the Old West. In the middle of the town, he faces off with three guys dressed in black. They're laughing at him. He has no pants on. Ty laughs. "It's not funny," Bosco says. He's wearing jockey shorts and a holster. Ty insists that it is indeed funny. He also says the dream means Bosco feels vulnerable about something. "No, I don't," Bosco says. "Yes, you do," Ty tells him. Ty asks about Sully again. He says he wanted to get the rundown on the Russian girlfriend. "Oh my God, Sully's getting him some?" Bosco asks. Even Yokas looks surprised. "Is this his first?" Bosco asks. Bosco returns spectacularly to form by asking if the girlfriend has a younger sister with similar low moral fiber. Nice. Sergeant Doogie Bateman from the last episode comes in looking for Ty. He tells him that Sully won't becoming in and Ty has to be his driver for the day. Sucks to be Ty. Bosco says that if you haven't had sex in decades, it must take a while to recover.