Ty finds Candyman, shoves him against a wall, and tells him that if he sees him doing anything illegal he is going to personally lock him up. Ooohh, Ty is getting nasty! Next thing you know, he is going to have his own theme song like Shaft. Who's the kid who does everything by the book? TY! Who's the rookie that likes to set middle-aged men up on blind dates? TY! Who's the cop who seems to have an Oedipus complex...SHUT YOUR MOUTH! Awww yeeaaahhhh, it's Tyrone Davis, Junior.
Have you seen that commercial with the guy in his Volvo racing back and forth to his kids' soccer game and swim meet and the kids don't realize their father has left to go to the other kid's event? Is it me, or does it make that dad look like he is a really bad parent? Wouldn't make me want to buy a Volvo.
Bosco is at the diner, and he comes out of the bathroom in his tux looking like he is ready to go to the Senior Prom. Yokas tells him he looks like James Bond (but without the style and grace). Bosco goes to the limo waiting outside for him, and Yokas looks a little jealous. I'm not sure what she would be jealous of, except maybe the fun ride in the limo. I'm surprised Bosco didn't stop at a deli and get a jar of Grey Poupon to give to people when he got to a stoplight.
Kim and Bobby are in the ambulance, and Kim tells him Jimmy is getting married. Bobby is annoyed that she brought it up, and tells her to tell Jimmy that she is still in love with him. She tells him she doesn't love Jimmy, and Bobby makes this weird, loud grunt-type sound, and Kim is all, "You think I still love him?" and Bobby mimics me and puts his face in his hands. Kim looks straight ahead and starts to ponder.
Doc and Carlos are in a record store. Doc is looking for opera music. Carlos wonders if Vangie had an abortion or wasn't even pregnant. Now, maybe I'm thinking too much about this, but wouldn't the hospital have given her a pregnancy test after her suicide attempt, to confirm that she was in fact pregnant? Or am I asking for too much here? I'll choose option number two. Carlos starts acting sorry for himself because has no family members of his own. Doc can't believe Carlos, and tells him that he has no right to feel sorry for himself after pushing away Vangie and the baby. For once, Carlos agrees with Doc. Remember this moment, because it will probably be the last time for a while that Carlos actually thinks Doc is right about something.