Bosco is going into a restaurant where a guy is yelling at his family sitting around a table. The family is eating and ignoring the guy. Bosco tells the guy that if he has a problem they can go outside and talk about it. The guy tells him that he has five problems and points out his family. His mother is all, "Everyone's a problem except you, Lenny, is that it?" like she is being put out by all of this. Lenny's father tells him that he told the restaurant to call the cops on him. Bosco asks that Lenny and his family leave, and the family thinks that if a stranger was bothering them that Bosco wouldn't ask them to leave. Man, what a harsh family. I wonder what Lenny did that was so horrible that they are just freezing him out. Bosco can't believe the family either, and tries to get Lenny to leave. Lenny pulls out a gun, and his brother says that Lenny's gun is the smallest he has ever seen, and the rest of the family laughs. What a psycho family! Lenny tells everyone in the restaurant to leave, except Bosco, his family, and a waiter, and then gets his mother to get Bosco's gun and give it to him.
Matt walks into the station and asks a guy where Bobby is. Hey, the guy is sitting with Mantooth! Hey, buddy -- we missed you! Unfortunately, we don't see any more of the great dog, and Matt goes to find Bobby, who is lifting weights. Bobby tells Matt that since "the guys" were watching football games he thought Matt would like to hang out there. Matt figures out that his mom doesn't want him around for Thanksgiving, and he leaves. Doc comes in to help Kim with some cooking. Carlos is sitting at the kitchen table studying something -- I hope it's a driving manual. Kim asks Carlos what he did for Thanksgiving as a child. Instead of giving Kim a straight answer, he tells her that he had six foster homes. He then asks Doc if he remembers what the old lady said about having four daughters in New Jersey and they don't want her around for the holidays. Doc is all, "Oh, is that what she said? 'Cause, you know, I didn't understand the language." Score one more for Doc.
Ty and Sully at the precinct. Sully gets called into the office to give his statement to the DA. Ty looks pensive.
Fred is playing with Stanley's son. Stanley tells him to not be so rough. Fred slurs out something about Stanley being rich, and the son looks at his mom and uses some really terrible child-acting technique to say, "Mom, I think he's drunk." Like any kid would actually say that. A real kid would say, "Hey, Uncle Fred, are you drunk or something?" instead of looking all worried and going to Mommy. The mother takes her son to another room, and Stanley says he thinks Fred is drunk too, and he gives Fred the stink-eye and goes into the kitchen. Fred goes to his bedroom. Yokas tells Stanley she can't believe them. Stanley doesn't think he did anything, and Yokas tells him that he provokes Fred with the expensive wine and talking down about the neighborhood that they grew up in. After some more pissy banter, Stanley basically admits that he thinks he is better than them. She tells him to leave and not come back. With family like the ones in this show, who needs enemies?