In the car, Bosco is trying to make Faith feel better. Yokas thinks that her daughter hates her. As they're driving, a fire truck is coming toward them. "What the hell is that?" Faith asks. A bunch of soapy bubbles are covering the street. Doc is helping some injured people involved in a crash. He says it's liquid soap coming out of the truck. "Ow, my eyes!" Carlos yells, and I just have to laugh because it reminds me of last week's Simpsons with the pudding in Lenny's eye. Jimmy shows up. Bobby shows up. This is the only true ensemble moment of the episode. Some kids start playing in the bubbles. Bosco goes all renegade and starts scolding the kids. As he walks over to them, he slips and falls flat on his back. Again, there is much laughing occurring in my home. Faith laughs too. Bosco emerges completely covered in bubbles. Faith jokes about rubber duckies and boo-boos. Oh, sweet moments like this can only happen when they involve Bosco. As they're yukking it up, Faith spots a guy in gray walking funny with his arms together. "Isn't that a Rikers uniform?" she asks. The guy is comically trying to hail a cab. Suddenly, a bunch of guys emerge from a big metal structure, which is actually an overturned bus. They're prison escapees. Faith calls it in as she begins to give chase. Cut to opening credits.
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Back from commercial and Faith immediately spots a convict she recognizes. She chases. Sully emerges from the metal structure saying that one of the inmates has his gun. How did that happen? They're handcuffed and shackled. I would think Sully would have the slight advantage. On second thought, Sully is not exactly the Michael Jordan of the NYPD. Yokas pulls out her gun and sneaks around a corner. She asks Bosco via radio to meet her at the back of the bus. Faith sneaks in to the bus. She finds the convicts holding a police officer at gunpoint. They don't sound like they're singing Gershwin songs together. Yokas sneaks behind one of them, whips him on the back of the head, knocking him out and the other cop pulls out his gun, successfully gaining the upper hand. Wow, how did that happen? They were totally outnumbered. Faith asks the cop if he's okay. Faith breathes heavily, her gun resting on the criminal's head. At that moment, she is the coolest woman in all of New York. (Except for Sars, but I don't think Sars carries a gun around with her.) ["Now that you've dissed her so coldly, she may start." -- Wing Chun]