Bosco and Yokas go to a street corner where a bunch of kids are hanging around. They know one boy there, and from the way they talk, it sounds like the kid's dad beat him up and Bosco and Yokas sent him back to his father, and the father is still wailing on the kid. Yokas tells him she is sorry. Hey, I have an idea, why don't you arrest the father for abuse? Yokas keeps whining about helping kids, and right smack in front of her is a kid who needs help, and all she can do is say "sorry." Full Frontal Whatever. So Bosco asks the group of kids if they know Jason. They say they don't. He tells them what happened and show them a Polaroid picture of the barbecued girl in the car. The beat-up boy tells him he doesn't want to help, and Bosco tells all of them that if they don't help them they can be next. The kids still think they are better off not helping. How many times does Bosco have to be denied help from people he has dealt with in the past to realize that he is a freakin' asshole and what goes around comes around? Time will only tell.
Ty and Sully see a man with a baseball bat on top of a car smashing it, and a woman is screaming for him to stop. The man is the woman's ex-husband, and something pissed him off. Sully tells the baseball-bat guy that he is going to be cuffed and taken to the station for destruction of property, and if he has no prior record he will be let go on his own recognizance and will have time to have a beer and watch the Sunday game on ESPN. Baseball-Bat Guy looks at Sully and says, "How 'bout you take that badge and gun off and I kick your ass?" I'm sure there are millions of people across the country who wish they could have said that to a cop at some point in their lives. ["Like, say, me." -- Sars] Sully calls for an ambulance, and Baseball-Bat Guy thinks aloud that Sully is going to need the ambulance. Sully tells him that, once twenty other cops show up, Baseball-Bat Guy is the one who will need to go to the ER, and who will then end up spending a year in jail for assaulting an officer. Bosco and Yokas arrive, and Ty tells the baseball-bat guy to get off the car. He finally gets off the car, and as Ty starts to pat him down and cuff him, Baseball-Bat Guy says, "Well, the organ grinder's monkey can talk. But high yellow, you still a house nigger!" Ty gets a little peeved, and Sully tells him not to stoop to the guy's level. BBG then calls Sully's mom a whore and tells Sully that when he gets out of jail he is going to do Sully's mother and give her five dollars like he always does. Bosco's big comeback to this is "shut up, fathead!" Third-graders can think up better comebacks. Even at my least creative moment, I would have called him a barf-encrusted doody-head. BBG looks at Bosco and asks if Yokas is Bosco's "cracker bitch." Bosco lunges at him, and Sully separates the two of them and puts BBG in the back of his car. Before he gets into the car, BBG spits in Sully's face. Bosco thinks Sully should beat the bejesus out of the guy, but Sully thinks that since no one got hurt, they should just leave it. He tells Bosco that people should respect them, not fear them, but Ty thinks Bosco is right. I guess what they say is true: people who are very book-smart usually do not have a shred of common sense to them. I'm glad Ty didn't go to law school; I would be afraid for the people he would represent.