In the IA office, Sully is being accused of manufacturing evidence. Oh, come on! We've seen Sully's apartment. He owns no manufacturing equipment. (Somebody whispers in Omar's ear.) Ohhhh. I see. Well, I guess it's possible. The IA guy says the criminal, Rudy Stiles, concurs with the accusation. They plan to charge Sully formally. Sully points out that they have a criminal and a crooked cops' testimony. Sully's appointed lawyer tries to butt in, but Sully stops him. "Whatever happened to felony review?" Sully asks. He tries to turn the table on the IA guy over conviction rates and plea bargaining. He raises it to a fever pitch, and even brings the IA in, asking how many times "Donald" has helped him put people away. Donald the Internal Affairs Guy looks suddenly very uncomfortable. Not so nice when the shoe is on the wrong foot that's not yours, huh? Wait, did I just mix my metaphors? Sully is really hot right now around the collar. He brings up Rudy Stiles, who raped and murdered an eight-year-old boy. "The fact that he did it means nothing to you?" Sully asks. The IA guy says everybody has the right to a fair trial. Yeah, yeah. You IA guys are all the same, ya soulless prick. Donald says they can make a deal. "I didn't do anything wrong and I'm not making any deal!" Sully yells. He says he and Rudy will have to come after, "You son of a bitch!" Damn, Sully. You have sex and you turn into this wild beast. Sully grabs his jacket and exits.
At the station, Doc and Carlos are on the floor of their ambulance cleaning up something. Carlos is gagging. Maybe he tried to swallow some decency pills and he choked on them. Kim and Bobby get out of the ambulance. Doc explains to Kim that a drunk guy puked in there. Kim offers to help clean so Carlos can get back to the books. "Are you serious?" he asks, because no one has ever had a reason to be nice to him in his life. Carlos gives Doc a meaningful look, as if to say, "See? She's my skank!" After Carlos leaves, Kim says, "It's about Bobby..."