At a restaurant, Jimmy is waiting. After a moment of hesitation, Brooke -- who we see through a window -- comes in. She is brusque. She don't want no scrub. She's not staying. "What do you want, Jimmy?" she asks. He says he wants to talk. "I love you," he tells her. She tells him to shut up. Hey, she's looking good, by the way. Even now that she's crying. Jimmy says he made a mistake, and he wants them to be together. Brooke is having none of that. She says she called a lawyer; she doesn't want alimony, she just wants her apartment. "This won't happen again," Jimmy says. Damn right, buddy. She's sending you divorce papers. Brooke gets up and leaves. Jimmy looks sad.
Outside the fire station, Lombardo is showing off his Lombardi by throwing a few passes and acting all macho as Alex "Cold Fish" Taylor tells the boys to come in for supper. He calls her Ma, and I giggle. A fire truck approaches and everybody gets ready for a rumble. This is a fire truck from another precinct, and it would seem that they have bitter turf wars that can only be settled on the football field. Firefighter A-Hole engages in some trash talking with Jimmy and the crew and delivers a bucket with tissues, Ben Gay, and a telescope for them to view the opposing team's winning touchdowns. Oh, I see. Being a firefighter is just re-upping your contract from belonging to a frat. Jimmy tells A-Hole that if he has no telescope, he won't be able to find his "Johnson" when he's taking a leak. That's why I subscribe to HBO. You'll never hear Paulie Walnuts on The Sopranos refer to someone's penis as a "Johnson." A-Hole drives away, trying to skid a fire truck. They all say they want a piece of that guy -- even Alex, who plans to join in the football action. Tough talk. Weak story.
As everybody files inside, Jimmy hangs around and is approached by Lombardo's girlfriend Linda, who just happens by. She says she's there to see Jimmy. Alex walks out and spots Linda. Awkward moment. She goes back inside. Linda tells Jimmy that she had an ultrasound and is four months pregnant, pegging it right at the time of his engagement party. Lombardo, it would seem, was misinformed. Jimmy expresses "stunned disbelief" by squinting. Linda predicts that her kid will be born with black hair and dimples, and warns Jimmy that if Lombardo ditches her, "I am not going to be stuck raising it alone." See, Jimmy? It all works out. Lose a Brooke, gain a Linda.