So the show starts out with Jimmy in the shower singing "Dead or Alive" by Bon Jovi. Foreshadowing, much? So Joey comes into the bathroom and tells Jimmy that he is hungry, and Jimmy is all surprised that Joey is awake, and then Joey walks into the kitchen and sees Brooke trying to make breakfast. Confusion and embarrassment abound between Brooke, Joey, and Jimmy. So, what -- Jimmy forgot to introduce the two of them the night before? Did she come over after Joey was asleep? Brooke was all ready to meet Joey in the last episode, and now she is trying to avoid meeting up with him in the apartment? What a stupid scene.
Bosco is driving to work, and it is apparently very cold because his windshield is all frosted up except for about two square inches that Bosco scraped to be able to see out. How hard is it to scrape frost from your windshield? I have had to deal with thick layers of ice on my windshield -- you turn on the car, put the defrost on the highest level, and start scraping. It's not rocket science. So then Bosco realizes that he can't drive very well with only two inches of visibility, so he stops his car and starts scraping more of the windshield. Two guys come over and pull a knife on him and demand his wallet. Mr. "No victims, only volunteers" instead pulls his gun on them, takes their wallets, makes them take their clothes off, and puts the clothes in a duffel bag, and then he drives away and leaves the men standing in the middle of the street in only their underwear. The hell? Hey Bosco, Satan called. Your reserved seat in hell has been moved to the Captain's Table. Enjoy!
The Fed Ex commercial for Combat Ranger dolls in Barbie clothes is funny. Too bad they really aren't for sale.
The firemen and paramedics are in the station watching a basketball game, and Jimmy gets all upset at the end of the game because he didn't get the cover. You would think he would know better than keep gambling after his "friend" Leo came to the station to threaten him about getting his money.
Bosco and Yokas are getting their radios, and Bosco is whistling and is all happy, and Yokas wonders if he got laid the night before. Bosco informs her that "some things are better than sex." Like robbery? Yokas asks if he has a fever. He tells her that he is capable of getting a rush out of other things in life. Like making fun of people who aren't white heterosexual Americans? Yokas is all, "Like sucking on whipped cream cans?" Hee hee! Good one, Yokas! Bosco sees the two guys he robbed in the precinct wrapped in blankets, and he tells Yokas that she has to help him because he made a big mistake. Yokas asks what the big mistake was, did he forget to untie Nicole this morning? Zing! He takes her to the locker room and tells her to check the bathroom stalls, then he tells her that he really screwed up. Yokas says, "Oh, don't tell me. You slept with the captain's daughter. Oh, whoops! You already did that!" Call her Butter, she's on a roll! So he tells her what he did, and then they hear a flush from one of the stalls. Sully comes out of the stall. D'oh! Bosco asks her why she didn't check the stalls, and she tells him she didn't think he was going to confess to armed robbery. Ty walks in and is all, "Armed robbery?" After last week I guess now Ty isn't such a stickler about the law, because he isn't ready to run out and tell on Bosco.