At the fire station, Carlos is hitting the books. Pretending to know how to read. A mug with the Sweet & Low logo inexplicably sits on the desk. Kim is sitting with him. She asks what he's studying and complains about the coffee Carlos made. "That's impressive," she says. "Making bad coffee?" he asks. Don't attempt witty banter, Carlos. Geez. Kim spells her own doom by saying that she admires Carlos for going to school while working. Carlos gets all doe-eyed and smells her hair and thinks about kissing her in a tree and making babies and whatnot. Something tells me Carlos is going to be not only spanking the monkey later, but sending that monkey into time-out, grounding the monkey for two weeks, and taking away the monkey's TV privileges. Bobby comes in and he exits with Kim while Carlos chuckles pathetically. Which is appropriate given that he's a chucklehead.
The car carrying Sully and the IAA fellows pulls into what looks like a nasty part of town. Sully asks if they're gonna kick his ass. They ask about an Officer Jacowicz that Sully used to work with. Sully talks back and they tell him to shut up. Apparently, Jacowicz says that Sully manufactured evidence against a convicted murderer named Rudy Stiles. They tell Sully they're giving him the opportunity to make a deal. He says he doesn't want a deal. They ask him to name some other bad cops. Sully: "No deal." He says he doesn't know anything about anyone.
In the ambulance, Kim asks Bobby what's wrong. He looks mopey and tired. He says he hasn't been sleeping, while Kim bitches about how Joey's videogames are keeping her up at night. Bobby complains that dreams are keeping him up, but he can't remember them.