Bosco and Yokas are in their car and Yokas sees a few hickeys on Bosco's neck. She starts to make fun of him, and he tells her that relationships are painful. Yokas tells him he doesn't have a relationship. He tells her that he is over at Skanky Nicole's place almost every night, and Yokas equates that with dogs in heat. Go Yokas! Hee hee! Then she tells him that relationships require "conversation, shared interests, a meal." And Bosco tells her that he and Skanky Nicole talk a lot, and Yokas wonders if they talk about new positions Nicole wants to try. Zing! Then Yokas asks him if Nicole has met his mom, and before he can answer they see a guy in a wheelchair named Kenny Shepard, and he is in front of an elementary school. They thought he was still in Rikers for dealing drugs, so they pull up and stop Kenny from wheeling off. They find out he just got out of Rikers the day before, and then they empty his pockets and find bags of pot. Kenny tells them he bought it off some rich kids, and then he tells them he'll show them where he got the drugs if they let him go. For someone who just got out of jail, he sure had a lot of money to start off with if he could be buying drugs. When Bobby's brother got out of jail, he barely had a penny to his name. ["Rikers is the county jail for New York City -- Kenny probably only had to stay overnight, and the clerks then gave him back whatever he brought in, as long as it wasn't illegal. So if he came in with money, he probably got it back." -- Sars]
FDNY is using the jaws of life to get the mother out of the minivan, and paramedics are working on the boy sitting next to the mother. Kim is helping the girl while Sully is getting information about Molly. Doc and Carlos get the boy out of the minivan and take him to their ambulance as Kim helps Bobby with the mother. Jimmy is there and is all proud of himself because they are only an hour into their shift and are on their third call. He thinks they may break a record, and says that so far it may be his best day ever. I would think that the day his son was born would be his best day ever, but of course I forget that Jimmy is pretty much morally bankrupt.