Sully and Ty are sitting by their car drinking coffee, and Sully tells him he did a good job today, and he starts to tell Ty about his father. Ty doesn't want to know anymore. He tells Sully he loves and respects his father and doesn't want to know what he did in the past. Gee, for the past few months, all he has been doing is pestering people to tell him about his father, and now that someone is finally willing to tell him, he doesn't want to know. Ingrate!
Bosco meets Nicole in the lobby of the theater, and Nicole introduces him to her parents. Nicole's dad tells Bosco he played golf with one of his chiefs, and Bosco tells him he doesn't know the chief Nicole's dad golfed with since he is just a street cop. Dad asks him if he plays golf, and Bosco tells him he has only played a few times with friends. Nicole and Mom lead the way to their seats, and Dad tells Bosco that he doesn't want an Osbourne woman because "they're pushy, overbearing, and controlling." Bosco tells him he thinks Nicole is great, and Dad tells him Nicole is only using him and adds, "You're the latest incarnation of 'Piss Daddy Off.'" Bosco replies by asking Dad if he wants to go to a ball game sometime. That Bosco, he really knows how to throw out those witty comments. Except for the part about being witty.
Morales meets Doc outside the ER and they start kissing. Wooooo! Doc tells her he saw her with the guy who asked her to the symphony and saw her talking to Bosco about the opera, and he had no idea she liked that kind of music. He tells her that she only seems to tell him things about herself that he can relate to, and she looks a little guilty when he says that to her. He tells her he wants to take her to the symphony, and she is happy about that. He then shows her the opera tape he bought and asks her if she has ever made love to opera. Hell, who hasn't made love while listening to Bolero? That is the ultimate sex song, and it lasts over a half-hour so you have a while to get it on with the music. Just ask Dudley Moore and Bo Derek.
As the opera is going on, you hear a man singing in Italian, and Bosco is sitting next to Nicole and she is watching him enjoying himself. No, not that way -- he is enjoying the opera. That scene fades and the music is still playing, and you see Carlos walking home (wow, the opera is going on pretty late at night, don't you think?), and he sees a children's clothing-store window and looks sad. That scene fades, and you see the Opera For Dummies book on the car seat, and Yokas picks it up and laughs to herself. That scene fades, and you see Bobby on the streets, looking for his brother.