Bobby and Kim come out of a coffee shop and find Sunny waiting outside for them. She asks them about St. Mary's, the shelter Kim told her about. Kim offers to give her a ride there in the ambulance. And for once, not in the back of the ambulance. Sunny needs to go back to Dawson's Creek.
At the burning restaurant, the firemen arrive, and the owner tells Doherty that the fire started in the back in the kitchen, and a moment later Bosco and Yokas come out of the restaurant all smoky and holding an antique chair, and Doherty yells out, "Move that to the other side of the street, ladies, real men have work to do!" With that big head of Doherty's, he's going to need the fire-truck ladder to help him get over himself. Bosco gets all offended about being referred to as a lady, as if he's some kind of gentleman or something. Then Doherty starts smashing out all the front windows of the restaurant. Yeah, Doherty, good thing you broke all those windows, even you could have just walked through the front door to get to the back of the restaurant. Ego much?
Bobby and Kim at the ER. Bobby tells Kim that he is going to talk to Dana and it will only take two seconds. Kim is all, "That's what I heard about you!" Not that she would know from relationships since she spends all her spare time spreading her legs for an ex-husband that she claims she hates. So Bobby sees Dana and asks her if he is going to see her on Saturday and she confirms the date. It really did only take two seconds. Then he walks to the lounge to get some coffee with Kim, because apparently the coffee they just got at the coffee shop just won't do it. Kim is all happy because Doherty came up with half the child support he owes her. Wow, what a stand-up guy; no wonder she can't stop sleeping with him. Maybe if she keeps sleeping with him, she'll finally get the rest of the money that he owes her, because it's not like she doesn't see him every day at work and can't hound him or his commanding officer to get him to give her the money. She goes to get her wallet to pay for the coffee, and she discovers that her wallet has been stolen. She figures out that it must have been Sunny. What a shock! A drugged-up teen-aged prostitute stole her wallet! Kim laments that she lost her credit cards and $200 in cash. Maybe Doc can start pimping her and Carlos so she can make some extra money.