At the station. They're being briefed. The Nell-Carteresque desk sergeant tells Bosco to take his hat off. Oh my goodness. His face is bloated and red and nasty. He looks like Jeff Goldblum in The Fly. Everybody groans when they see what has become of his pretty face. "That time of the month?" Sully asks. Bosco is told that he won't be working today. Yokas tells Sully they should take him to the hospital for a shot, and that if they don't take him, he won't go. In the car, Brundle-Bosco is trying to figure out who mangled his face. He is disgusting and putrid. Yokas makes a comment and Bosco says that he's not talking to Yokas. Sully asks what's wrong and neither will tell him. Bosco resists the hospital: he wants to confront whoever sent him the flowers with his ugly face. Isn't that just giving the girl what she wants?
Hospital room. The doctor examining the Phantom of the NYPD asks how the hell Bosco let it go for so long. Well, you see, Bosco is a deep man who doesn't care about looks. Close-up on Bosco. He is hideous. Look away. Look away. He says he doesn't want a shot. Yokas gets fed up, says, "Do what you want," and walks out of the exam room. "Hey, where are you going?" Bosco asks. He looks sad. And ugly. The doctor tells him to drop trou. He says, "No way." Then he does. Ha ha.
In the car, Sully says that Yokas should adopt Bosco and deduct him on her taxes. Yokas wants to go back by the river where the weenie wagger used to hang out. Sully is as resistant as Bosco. "So, what -- you wanna get a slice or something?" Yokas asks. Ouch. Sully calls her on her attitude and stops the car. Yokas says she doesn't want to talk about it and she doesn't know Sully. She throws a fit and gets out of the car. Sully goes after her. Yokas yells about how everybody lets stuff go and she'd the only person who cares and works hard. "No! I arrest him! I see something wrong, I try to fix it!" She's having a breakdown and Molly Price does some fine acting here. Sully is sympathetic. He says she's a good cop. Yokas starts crying, saying that she's always trying to do the right thing and it all just goes to crap. Cars pass as they share this emotional moment. Sully finally says, "Sometimes the thing that makes you a good cop messes you up as a person." Now I'm sad, too.