Ty and Sully debate about Candyman and the pimp. Blah blah blah, Sully tells Ty to tell anyone who asks that he didn't see anything, because he really didn't see anything and he needs to give a fellow officer the benefit of the doubt. Ty should work for Internal Affairs, because he obviously loves to get other cops in trouble.
Carlos comes up to Doc, who is sitting next to his father's bed, and gives him some coffee. Doc asks him if Carlos thinks he is doing the right thing. Before Carlos can tell him what he's really thinking, Doc's father's doctor comes in and tells them that, because of his father's age and condition, he isn't a candidate for TPA or angioplasty, and they need to keep him on a ventilator. Doc's dad gets wheeled away, and Morales comes up to Doc and tells him that she needs an updated insurance card for his dad. Carlos tells Doc that he will take him to his father's apartment to get the insurance card.
Bosco and Yokas arrive at a fender-bender between a taxi and a limo, and Yokas opens the back door of the limo to see if anyone was hurt. A good-looking man in his thirties steps out of the limo, and Yokas realizes that the man is Charlie, an old high-school boyfriend of hers. Charlie is also the name of her son. Coincidence? We can only wonder... So they have some small talk, and she finds out that he is in town for work in his field of digital communications, and she also finds out that he is divorced. Ooohhh, the plot gets interesting. He then invites Yokas to come to his hotel for a drink after she gets off work. Bosco, always thinking with his penis, tells Yokas that Charlie was coming on to her.
Doc and Carlos are in the father's apartment and are going through his stuff. Doc tells Carlos that he never really got to know his father, because his father never really wanted to be friends with him.
Bosco pulls over Ty and Sully and tells them that Red filed a complaint. Ty thinks Candyman is dirty, and Sully and Bosco tell him that all he saw was a pimp beating on his whore, and that's all he needs to say. Bosco then feels the need to tell Ty the story about a cop that would get other cops written up for stupid things like not having their hats or taking a nap, and then one night the cop got beat up by a gang and he called in for help but no one came. At the hospital, he told the other cops, "Point taken." Ty asks if he's being threatened, and Bosco tells him he's being educated. I don't know about you, but that sounded like a threat to me. Maybe Ty will tell Internal Affairs about Bosco's "education."