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?
Bosco in the car with Yokas, telling her that if someone has to kill himself, he should just use a shotgun in the tub where it's easier to clean up. Have you noticed that Bosco likes to talk about guns to the head? I wish he would practice what he preaches. As he explains how a person should kill him/herself, he refers to people who jump off buildings as "those guys," and Yokas thinks he means gays; Bosco tells her he didn't mean guys who are "light in their loafers." Oh, Bosco, you are so freakin' PC that it scares me. Yokas then accuses him of being homophobic, and in response Bosco tells her about a gay guy he played high school football, as if that proves his gay-friendliness. Yokas asks him if he took showers around his gay teammate, and Bosco replies, "What? So he could check me out?" Now that is one sensitive man -- I can totally see why people would take him for a gay man. ["So can I. No, seriously. 'Protesteth too much' much?" -- Sars] Fortunately, just before my eyes roll permanently behind my head, they get a call about a restaurant fire and I don't have to hear any more about Bosco's so-called acceptance of gays.
Carlos and Doc at a woman's apartment; she seems to have stomach flu symptoms. Carlos tells the woman's friend that she should take the woman to a doctor and the friend gets upset that Carlos and Doc won't take her. To Carlos's dismay, Doc overrules him and tells the friend that they will take the woman to the hospital to get checked out. Carlos probably doesn't want to get puked on. Wimp.
Bosco and Yokas get to the restaurant. Smoke is coming out of the front door, and people are walking out with old furniture and antiques. The owner of the restaurant tells them that his grandfather brought over all the furniture from Damascus and he doesn't want to lose it. Bosco and Yokas go into the restaurant to get the rest of the furniture.