Carlos and Doc in the ambulance (or, as Doc calls it, the "bus"), still arguing about giving the little girl an epi. Carlos says she needs it, but Doc says that she's scared and needs to be calmed down first. Then, Carlos comes back with "I don't appreciate you pimping me all the time." "Pimping"? Funny, but I didn't realize that dealing sexual favors for money helped save lives. Doc informs Carlos that he is Carlos's training officer, and Carlos responds with "I'm not some new jack" and talks about spending four years as a corpsman in the Marines. Is that where he learned all that bizarre language? It's a good thing there are only a few Marines; otherwise, we'd have a big language gap between the Corpsmen and the civilians in this country. Doc gets just as annoyed with all of Carlos's uppity gibberish, and he just goes off on Carlos about how to take care of child patients, and adds that, since it's "[his] bus," they do things his way. Doc shuts him up but good and Carlos has nothing freakish to say after that.
Ty and Sullivan look at sneakers for Ty at a sidewalk sale; he "stepped in dead guy," and he'll have to trash his shoes because he'll never get the smell out. Ty can't find a pair in his size, since he wears a size 17 shoe. Sullivan makes some remark about having water-skis for feet. Sully is really dangerous with the stinging comebacks, huh? Ty says he can't believe that three weeks went by without anyone noticing the dead guy was missing. Sullivan lets it be known that he "wants to go on the curb," because that way someone has to notice. Not that you would want to die with, oh, I don't know, friends and family around you or anything. Ty gives him a weird look, and then they get a call over their radios about a family dispute. I guess Ty will have to track the smell of dead guy into the family's apartment. How rude -- what would his mommy think?