The opening credit music plays, and I pour myself a glass of wine, because I just know this is going to be a long show.
Did you know that if people with asthma take the right medication, they can go on rollercoasters? Well, they can.
Kim and Bobby in their ambulance. Kim is telling Bobby about Sunny appearing at her apartment. Bobby randomly says that his checking balance and monthly statement is three dollars off and that he will have to call the bank about it. Kim tells him that if she has money in her account by the end of the month, she says a novena. I'm surprised she didn't inform us of the fact that she has no money is because she has a six-year-old and an ex-husband who doesn't pay child support, because she has not failed to mention that at least twice every episode. Bobby doesn't like to keep on one track of thought for very long, because he asks if Sunny was strung out. Kim tells him that she tried to get Sunny to call her family or a shelter but Sunny just blew her off. All of a sudden, the ambulance dies. It has run out of gas! Oh, those pesky guys on the shift before her -- they leave the bus dirty, and then don't fill the tank up for them! Okay, with my cars, if the gas tank gets low, a light goes on and a sound goes off; what was Kim paying attention to? Isn't the amount of gas something you just automatically check before you go off driving around the city, especially if you drive an ambulance? It isn't hard to do -- just look at the gauge, usually located right next to the speedometer. Anyway, Kim throws a hissyfit, and then decides that they are going to push the ambulance to a gas station a few blocks away and then fill the tank only halfway, because that should get them through the day and they won't be helping out the other shift because they didn't help her. Um, Kim, aren't there three shifts? And aren't you pissed at the second shift? If you only fill up the tank for your use, you will be shafting the first shift.