Bobby and Kim are in the ambulance and are parked by a street. Bobby is singing one of the songs the old man was singing, and Kim is not amused. Bobby sees his mom and gets out of the bus to talk to her. Hey, Bobby's mom is Rosa, Mrs. Walsh's maid from 90210! Bobby asks Rosa to invite Matt (actually, they call him "Matty," but I am so tired of everyone having a "y" at the end of their names that I'm just going to call him "Matt") to her Thanksgiving dinner and give him another chance. Rosa tells Bobby that she is tired of giving Matt chances.
Doc and Carlos are at an old lady's apartment, and she only speaks Spanish, and Carlos has to interpret. I'm assuming that Carlos learned Spanish from the various foster homes he lived in, because I know someone who was born in the Philippines and she doesn't know Spanish. They speak Togala (or something spelled similarly ["Tagalog?" -- Sars]) or English, because even though it was run by Spaniards in the past, in the last one hundred and fifty years the Philippines was owned by the US and only got their sovereignty after World War II. So anyway, since I took a few years of Spanish in high school, I could figure out that the woman told Carlos that she has four daughters that live in New Jersey but they don't visit. Carlos tells her he is sorry, and Doc asks what she just said. He tells Doc she didn't say anything worth repeating.
Yokas's brother Stanley and his family arrive. Fred has been drinking. They make some small talk. Yokas's hair is all pulled back in a barrette. Why did she bother curling her hair if she just pulled it all back? I guess we don't get to see her all dolled up. Stanley gives her a bottle of red wine. More small talk, this time about "the old neighborhood." Fred complains about Stanley leaving the price tag on the wine like he did last time. Yokas tells him to quit it. Fred opens the wine and Stanley tells him to let it breathe. Fred pours himself a healthy glass immediately and chugs it. Put on your seat-belts everyone, it is going to be a bumpy night!
Doc is cooking, and decides to call the girl from the gym. When she answers, he hangs up. Smoove, baby. Smoove.
Sully and Ty are at the precinct, talking with a detective. The detective tells them that a Korean grocer was shot and killed two blocks from where they ran into Cutler, and the slug from the grocer's head matches the gun they got. They think Cutler was the one that killed the grocer, and if they can prove it's Cutler's gun, they can get him for murder. Ty walks out. The captain asks Sully if he's sure he saw Cutler shoot at them. Sully says he is, and the captain asks him if Ty is okay.