Bosco and Yokas are in their car, and Bosco is complaining that people will think he is gay now; he whines to a skeptical Yokas that she wouldn't like it if people thought she was a lesbian or something, and she informs him that she is a female cop, so everyone assumes she is a lesbian anyway. Then she confesses that Fred, her husband, thought Bosco was gay because of the way he walks. So of course Bosco has to have a hissyfit about it, because we all know from his performance on that surveillance tape last week that he is a raving hetero. He's a raving something, at any rate.
Doc and Carlos stop at a corner and there is a girl sitting on the sidewalk wheezing, and a woman tells them that she is the girl's foster mother, that the girl just came to live with her that day and she doesn't know what's wrong with her. Carlos asks the girl all sorts of technical questions while Doc puts her in the ambulance and tries to calm her down. Carlos takes out a syringe, which makes the girl start freaking, and Doc tells Carlos to put the syringe away, but Carlos keeps insisting that the girl needs a shot -- of what, I don't know, because they just called it an "epi" and I don't know what that is. ["I think they mean 'epinephrine,' and since asthma inhalers contain pseudoepinephrine, that's probably what they mean, but don't take my word for it." -- Sars] Contents of the syringe aside, Doc is getting really annoyed, and he tells Carlos to start driving and let him take care of the girl.