At the station, Bosco is talking quarterbacks with Ty, extolling the virtues of one Vinny Testaverde. Sully is walking down the stairs and makes a comment about Bosco's vehicle performance from the day before. Bosco counters by noticing that Sully doesn't have powdered sugar on his uniform and wondering if Krispy Kreme burned down. Normally, I'd be annoyed at the cop/donut conundrum, but any mention of Krispy Kreme is a good mention. The franchise opens in Austin next month. Will I be in line for a sour cream donut? Yes, I will. Sully furthers the exchange by asking why their rape call took six hours. He wonders aloud if Vikings (the real ones, not the football team) pillaged the apartment. The high-larity shows no sign of ending.
As Bosco is walking out, still spouting off about the fantasy football league, some cop who calls himself "Dukes from the second watch" introduces himself to Bosco. The tall guy (at least taller than Bosco) asks about "Wild Nicole," Bosco's girlfriend. He asks if she's still a blonde, and then says that there's not many girls who will call you up at 3 AM to come over. There aren't? Don't you watch Sex in the City? He says Nicole is "a wild ride." Bosco's amused, smug look changes to confusion, then worry. Where's his temper now? Shouldn't Bosco be tackling the guy and yelling epithets? You disappoint me so, Bosco.
In the squad car, Yokas is telling Bosco he shouldn't be upset because of course Nicole dated other guys before The Bos. "It's not like you thought she was the Virgin Mary when you met," Yokas says. Bosco asks how it's any of her business. Um, excuse me? Mr. Buttinski wants to know how something is someone else's business? Faith doesn't show it, but she should be enjoying the moment. She goes on saying that the freaky sex they've been having (Bosco and Nicole, not Bosco and Yokas) wasn't just learned in an issue of Cosmo. You know, I'm a guy, and even I know you can learn a hell of a lot from Cosmo. I think it should be required reading for pubescent boys, in lieu of Maxim. Faith rubs it in one last time by saying that Bosco himself has had more ass than a public toilet. Hey! Whoa! I can't tell if Faith is trying to be Buddy Hackett or Don Rickles! Bosco suddenly makes a mental leap (Bosco is to mental leaps what The Virgin Islands are to the luge event at the Winter Olympics). Bosco suddenly supposes that Nicole has slept with half the force. (I think he means, "A half of a man who happens to be on the force.") The argument escalates. Bosco asks why Yokas is defending Nicole. Yokas asks whether Nicole has slept with anyone while they've been together. Bosco angrily says that he doesn't know, and Yokas finally declares that she likes Nicole a whole lot more than Bosco at that moment. A moment of silence is quickly broken as Bosco stops the car. Yokas looks up. "No, Bosco, this is a bad idea." They're in front of Nicole's boutique, right? Am I guessing right? "Bosco, you're gonna make a fool out of yourself!" Faith yells, but it's too late. Bosco is out to settle the score. A score that has to do with scoring.