Doc and Carlos are in the ambulance, and Carlos is all pissed off at Vangie. Doc tells him that she is just trying to protect herself and the baby, and Carlos thinks Doc is taking her side. If "taking her side" means "looking at the situation from an unbiased perspective," then I guess Doc is taking her side. Carlos then whines that with her complaint in his "jacket," he may not be able to get into med school. Doc asks how that could happen, and Carlos is all, "I don't know -- maybe some kind of morals thing? " and Doc is all, "Like them finding out you don't have any?" and I'm all, "You took the words right out of my mouth, Doc!" Carlos then asks Doc to drive him to Vangie's place. Yeah, Carlos, the last few times you have talked to her have really worked out well. Why don't you go over there while you are still majorly pissed off and try to resolve this? Maybe his plan is to stress her out so much that she will miscarry, and that way he won't have to deal with a baby or pay for an abortion. Problem solved!
Ty and Sully drive over to the side of the road, where a fight is going on on the sidewalk. Ty doesn't even get out of the car, just puts his window down and tells them all smoothly to go in different directions for thirty minutes, so the two walk away and no one gets arrested. Sully is all, "No cross complaints?" and Ty tells him, "I can learn." Sully thinks he has learned overnight. Yeah, he can learn to solve problems, but not to stay out of Sully's love life! Out of nowhere, Candyman appears to see if they needed any help with the people fighting. He tells them that "it's all about the backup!" They tell him that everything has been settled, and Sully asks Candyman if he wants to go for a cup of coffee. Candyman tells him he was paged by a regular on his beat and he is going to talk to someone about not paying their rent. Ty tells him that tenants not paying rent is the City Marshal's job, and Candyman tells Ty he handles everything that comes up on his post. Sully offers to go with him, and at first Candyman declines. Sully then tells him, "It's all about the backup, right?" and Candyman agrees and hops into the back of their car, and they go to the apartment, much to Ty's chagrin.
The three of them walk into the building, and Candyman takes out the keys he was given to the apartment, and he opens the door. They walk in and find two men sitting at a table full of cash.