Sullivan and Ty at the ER, responding to a call about a rape case. They go into the exam room that the victim is in, and it's a little girl about six or seven years old. I have nothing snarky to say about this. How scary and sad, and unfortunately not completely original.
At the station, a woman walks in to see Doc. She wanted to thank him for delivering her baby at the zoo a year earlier. The baby was premature, but the paramedics saved her life. The woman baked cookies and brought them over. At least she took the time to come over in person, a year later.
Back at the hospital, Ty and Sullivan talk to the girl and her mother, and the mother tells them that her husband, the girl's stepfather, raped the little girl. For a little girl who was just raped by her stepfather, the daughter was very calm -- too calm if you ask me. It was just weird how quietly she just sat on the edge of the bed holding her mother's hand.
At the station, Mambo Number Five is playing, and Doherty is grillin' and chillin' with the rest of the people who live in the neighborhood. Bosco is across the street at the precinct, standing in the rain (that pesky little cloud that only hovers over their street is at it again!) and whining, "They're giving away my meat!" Um, okay. Yokas tells him they can't do anything about it, and at that point a little steak-shaped light bulb lights up over Bosco's head.
Ty and Sullivan in the waiting room of the ER; a man comes in and thinks his daughter fell off her bike. The daughter-fell-off-the-bike story was really a trap that Ty and Sullivan came up with to get the guy who raped his stepdaughter to come down to the ER, but when they try to question him about her, the guy tells them that the girl makes up stuff, and says that she's a lying bitch. At this point, Ty decides he is going to make a difference and "get involved," so he starts beating the crap out of the guy. Right there in the waiting room of the ER. In front of everyone. Can you say "lawsuit"?! We'll see you in court, Ty!
Bobby goes up to Kim at the station and tells her that Sunny was waiting for him outside and returned Kim's wallet with all the money. Aw, what a sweet guy! But only making $30,000 a year, how could he possibly afford to be putting money in other people's wallets?