Doc and Carlos are with a patient in the ER and they hear Morales yelling in Nathaniel's room. She comes out and tells them that Nathaniel has decided to leave. They go into his room, and Nathaniel is getting dressed. He tells them he's got business and things to do. They talk about his brother, gangs, getting out for his brother's sake. He won't listen and leaves.
Plug it in! Plug it in!
Kim and Yokas are at the bar/restaurant buffet and they are making small talk. They talk about working nights and not being able to see their kids, making parenting mistakes, and having a father in Joey's life. Last time I checked, Joey did have his father in his life. It isn't as much as some kids have, but it is a lot more than a bunch of kids with dead-beat dads, so I don't think Kim should complain so much about Jimmy not being around.
Doc and Carlos arrive at a crime scene that Sully and Ty are investigating. One guy is lying next to a car, dead. Kenny is in the passenger seat of the car, and Nathaniel is sitting on the side of the road. Doc is with Nathaniel and asks where Kenny is, as Carlos checks out Kenny and yells to Doc that Kenny is dead too. Doc tries to start CPR on Kenny, but it's no use. Doc asks Nathaniel if he's happy now that his brother is dead. Nathaniel tells Doc that Kenny "died like a man." Doc brings Kenny's dead body over to Nathaniel and tells him he died like a scared kid. Sully suggests that Doc help Nathaniel since he is still bleeding. Doc doesn't care if Nathaniel bleeds to death. I guess Doc doesn't want to make a difference anymore.
Bosco and Yokas are in their car waiting for the no-longer-naked guys, and they are singing "Ninety-Nine Bottles of Beer on the Wall." I wonder if Bosco can remember the words. All of a sudden the guys run out of a jewelry store (how they got there from the XXX store, we'll never know, because that would give us continuity) and lie down on the sidewalk while someone starts firing a shotgun at them. Bosco and Yokas drive over to them and stop the guy from firing his shotgun again. While they are talking to the shooter, one of the robbers runs off, and Bosco chases him and finally gets him. As Bosco is cuffing the guy, he tells him not to look at him, which kind of reminds me of the guy in Blue Velvet sucking on the nitrous oxide and yelling at his wife, "DON'T LOOK AT ME! STOP LOOKING AT ME!" So he gets the guy to the car as Yokas is getting the other guy into the car, and he tells her to bring the guys in alone so they don't see his face, and he'll just tell everyone that he stayed behind to deal with the guy with the shotgun. Bosco is so smooth. Not.