Carlos and Doc on the street, putting the guy Carlos hit onto a board and getting his neck stabilized. A witness says that Carlos hit the guy in the head with his side mirror. Carlos is checking out the guy's vitals and whatever, and says that the guy's left pupil is fixed and dilated. Oh, no! What could that mean? Kim and Bobby would have been there to take the guy to the hospital, but since they are out of gas they couldn't make it, so some extras make an appearance.
Bosco and Yokas stop at a cemetery; a man had called about a mausoleum being robbed. The man shows them that a Tiffany stained-glass window and a cherub worth over $500,000 were stolen. ["Who would spend half a million bucks on grave statuary? And who sculpted the cherub, anyway -- Rodin?" -- Sars] Yokas asks for a description, and the guy goes, "Short, chubby, about twenty inches tall." Yokas is all, "No, the thieves." Haw! You see, the guy was describing the cherub and -- oh, forget it. Anyway, the guy gives them a very detailed description of the thieves, and he also got part of the license plate of the van they drove away in. I think this guy has a little too much information about the thieves, if you ask me.
Doc and Carlos's ambulance and the "extra" ambulance arrive at the ER at the same time. Carlos gets out of his bus and runs over to the other one. Hey, Carlos, did you forget you had someone in the back of your ambulance? Are you just going to leave that old lady in there to rot? Morales comes out and Carlos gives her all the info on the guy and tells her about his left eye being fixed and dilated. Morales looks at the eye, and then pulls it out of the guy's head. EEEEWW! She says, "Great diagnosis, Kildare!" and as she puts the guy's glass eye in Carlos's hand, she gives him her own stink-eye.
Jimmy is in a fire truck on the way to a fire. He is placing a multiple hundred-dollar bet on a Giants game with another fire fighter. From the dialogue at the beginning of the show, it seems like this episode is the "day after" last week's episode, so I'm hoping that Jimmy is betting on the Monday Night Football game, or the writers need to learn about consistency. So they get to the fire, and Jimmy and three other firefighters go into the building to look for people, splitting into two groups of two. They don't find anyone, but Jimmy loses his partner because the smoke is so dark and thick, and when they finally find each other, the ceiling falls on them. In the immortal words of Bosco, "Oops."