Ty and Sully are in their car going to some crime scene, and they are having a debate about Candyman. Ty thinks he shouldn't lie for Candyman, who he knows is dirty, and Ty thinks he should pay for his crimes. Just like your father, right, Ty? Oh, right, he got away with all the stuff he did until he got a cap in his skull. I wonder how long it will take the writers of this show to have a storyline where Ty finds out his father was killed by some street punk who was paying Ty Senior back for some dirty shit he pulled. You heard it from me first, folks. So Candyman arrives at the crime scene out of nowhere and asks to talk to Ty. Candyman tells Ty that he thinks Ty is going to support Red, and that even if he told Ty that he didn't take the money, Ty wouldn't believe him. Then he tells Ty that the reason pimps like Red don't hang out on his beat is because he knows just arresting them won't do anything, so he hurts them where it matters -- their money. Candyman goes on to justify doing this by saying that he only makes $35,000 a year (I guess the NYPD don't get much of a raise every year, because Yokas is somewhat new to the force and makes $30,000. Or it could be that the writers don't think that we remember what they wrote about in the beginning of the season. You be the judge) and he has two kids living in a one-bedroom apartment. Ty asks him if that's what justifies his being a thief, and Candyman asks Ty how far he will go to prove that he's not just like his father. Okay, could we just get it out in the open that Ty's father was crooked? Because the insinuations getting thrown around over and over and over -- it's getting old. Ty tells Candyman that he will never be like him, and Candyman is all, "Give it time, Junior. Give it time." Please don't give it too much time, because this good cop/bad cop routine is getting boring.
Doc is outside his father's room looking in at him, and Morales walks over to him. Apparently she is off-duty now, because she isn't wearing her uniform anymore, and is instead wearing a purple sweater set with matching purple lipstick. She tells him she wants to keep him company, and he tells her he's fine. She starts to leave, and then comes back and sits down with him, and tells him she wants to support him. Did I mention that I think the two of them are really good together? Because they are. So far they have the most normal relationship out of all the people on the show. They talk about being alive one moment, and the next moment being dead. Doc brings up his dead wife Deborah, and tells Morales that he is afraid. Don't worry, Doc. Morales will make it all better. She always does.