Bobby and Kim are by their ambulance and Bobby is reminiscing about a Thanksgiving with his brother. Kim asks him if Thanksgiving is big in his family and he tells her it is. Kim tells him it is big for her family too, and that she plans on having her babysitter bring Joey over for the dinner Doc is making for everyone. Um, Kim, if Thanksgiving is so important to your family, why isn't your mother taking care of Joey? Or is she too busy going out for drinks with strange men?
This is a random scene of a kid who gets lost at the Thanksgiving Parade, and she won't speak because she's scared, and Bosco is trying to get her to talk and is getting all impatient, and people from the parade think he is being mean. Then out of nowhere the girl gives her name and her address. Whatever.
Bobby and Kim are in the station, and Kim is bitching that people with kids should automatically have the day off. Bobby is thinking the same thing I'm thinking and says, "Why do people with kids think they are the only ones who count?" which actually shuts up Kim for a second. Maybe instead of getting all worked up about Thanksgiving, she should make sure that she has Christmas off, because Joey is definitely going to care a load more about Christmas than Thanksgiving. Jimmy comes in to pick some stuff up and then he and a friend are going to Atlantic City. Kim pitches a hissy about Jimmy spending time with his son. I guess he forgot all about the conversation he had with that kid in the tree four days earlier.
Sully is on a pay phone, and Ty is in the car honking the horn. Sully comes back to the car and asks if they got a call. Ty just didn't feel like sitting around while Sully talked to his sister in Florida. Apparently, the only family that matters to Ty is his own family. Watch out, Ty, because Sully might become a member of your family! So Sully starts to drive away, but he realizes he forgot to tell his sister something, so he starts to back up back into the parking spot, and he sees a guy named Cutler that was mentioned during Roll Call. Ty gets out of the car and runs after him, and Sully follows in the car. They follow him into an apartment building and run up a few flights of stairs. The guy runs into an apartment. The door opens slightly and someone from inside points a gun and shoots at them. After getting an old man out of the hallway and into his apartment, they bust into the shooter's apartment and find two men in there. They get the gun and cuff the men. Cutler tells them the other guy shot at them, and the other guy denies it.