Sully is at the precinct and finds the DA in charge of the hit-and-run case. He tries to tell the woman why the man didn't stop, and he thinks since the woman is black she might be a little more understanding. She tells Sully she is going to "toast him."
Ty and Candyman meet up again, and Candyman asks Ty if he's going to ask him for some candy. He holds his candy bag up to Ty, and Ty looks in the bag. The bag is full of money, but Ty doesn't want it. Candyman can't believe that Ty doesn't want the money, especially since he is Ty Davis's son, and tells Ty, "You're in. You were there." Ty walks away. Maggie would be so proud of her little boy.
Volkswagen owners really love their cars. Really.
Yokas and Bosco are leaving a pizza place and walking to their car, and Yokas is pissed that Bosco wouldn't sign her report. He didn't like the fact that "in my opinion" was all over the report, and he tells her that when he turns in a report, it has the name, place, and date. Yokas tells him, "When you do a report, it is one big long spelling error!" HA! Bosco looks like he can't spell, on top of not knowing geography, and I doubt he knows much math, either. Yokas tells Bosco she heard that Francis is being charged with statutory rape, and that he had to be charged because Mindy's parents are bigwigs and friends with the mayor, and that Francis may have to do jail time. Bosco starts talking about how he may want to go to the Himalayas to get away from pollution and b.s. with the legal system: "Just ice, mountains, the South Pole." Then he goes on to say that it would probably be fine until he ran into a crackhead Eskimo abusing children. Who is the retarded man in this episode? Yokas just looks at him funny and starts laughing at him.
Ty meets up with Sully in his car, and Steely Dan music is blaring. Sully gets out of the car and asks where Candyman is, and Ty tells him he broke off from him because he saw something he shouldn't have seen. He then tells him about the drug bust and what happened after that. He then asks Sully about Candyman acting surprised at him not taking the money since he's the son of Ty Davis. Sully tells Ty that his dad was accused of taking money a couple times, but it never stuck. Ty asks if his dad was guilty, and Sully just tells him his dad "was what he was" and says Ty has to make the decision about what kind of person he is going to be. Sully is really talking in circles today. Can he be any less clear about anything? Sully asks Ty if he wants a ride, but Ty declines, so Sully gets back in his car and leaves.