Heather Locklear needs to change her name to "Dorian Gray," because she hasn't aged a day in fifteen years.
We return to Young Bobby's Memories. He and Paulie are throwing snowballs at a car. They get chased by a driver -- who looks just like George Foreman -- and climb over a wall, helping each other over just before Foreman grills their asses. We immediately go to Bobby and Kim in the present day. She can't believe that Bobby gave Paulie a Vicodin. "It's like feeding a stray cat," she says. Not at all like giving sex to a guy who works at a newspaper stand. "Made you think of Matty?" she asks. She wonders aloud whether Bobby's heard anything from Matty. Bobby says he hasn't. Kim starts asking about Gina, saying that she's nice, and wondering what would have happened if Bobby had married her, had kids, and lived in a house somewhere. Bobby wisely ignores her. They walk up on a snowy field to a bum who is frozen solid. Bosco, Yokas, Doc, and Carlos are standing around the corpse. Bosco lamely says, "Guess that's why they call them stiffs." Be still my heart: Yokas has a line. She says it's really sad. Really, really sad. You know, given the great dialogue she's been given this season, it's sad to me to see her reduced to Miss Universe-style chatter. "World hunger. Isn't that sad?" Yokas has more to say, though, asking how long the guy may have been down there. Somebody's cell phone starts ringing. It's Bobby's. He answers it. It's his mother. In Spanish, he tells her to stay at the house. "Somebody just robbed my mom's house," he says, walking off. Yokas tells Bosco to come along so that they can help out.