Disney wants you to start a new tradition of buying Mickey Mouse Christmas videos. Um, like buying a Disney video isn't what every parent of children between the ages of two and twelve does every year around this time. Michael Eisner sucks.
Ty and Sully are in their car, and Ty asks Sully if he ever took the test to be a sergeant or detective. Sully tells him that when his shift is over, he goes home, and he likes it that way. He then asks Ty if he is thinking of moving on. Ty tells him he is just thinking about his options, and Sully tells him that the jury is still out on whether he'll last six months. If Ty wants to become a detective, he better learn to do his own laundry and make his own sandwiches himself first. Mommy can't do everything for him.
Jimmy gets up from under the debris and keeps looking for his partner. He finally finds him under a large piece of furniture, like a bookcase or something. Jimmy pulls him out from the furniture and smashes out a window and yells for help. That Jimmy -- what a hero! Luck always seems to be on his side. For now.
A young woman is standing by a bus stop and telling Ty and Sully about a guy who she thinks is stalking her. She tells them that the guy knew everything about her and her family and kept asking her out and then asked her to marry him. She then tells them that the guy was in his forties, had a receding hairline and always carried around a black-and-white marbled notebook like kids use in school.
The paramedics are at the fire scene, and Jimmy is talking to Kim. Kim makes him let her check out his wrist, because he was cradling it. Jimmy acts all cool and thinks it is nothing serious, because he is such a butch guy. Whatever.
Ty and Sully in their car again; Ty thinks the girl they just talked to was cute. Sully says Ty should have asked her to marry him; it wouldn't be the first time someone had asked her that today. Good one, Sully! Ty asks Sully about some woman he remembers Sully dating. Sully tells him that the woman married a detective. Ty is all "a detective???" like he is inferring that if Sully had only taken the test to become a detective, he could have married that woman. Sully tells him to lay off, and then tells him that the woman has five kids and is now the size of a double-wide. Oh, okay, Sully, I see. Now that the woman had children and is no longer skinny, you wouldn't want her anyway. Like you are such a prize with your donut gut and happy-go-lucky attitude. Yeah, women are standing in line to get a piece of you, and if that woman saw you today, she would go running to Weight Watchers to shed those extra pounds so she could win you back. Not. So they see a man walking down the sidewalk fitting the description of the guy who was harassing that woman, and they stop and go up to talk to him. They ask him if he was harassing a woman at the bus stop and ask what's in his notebook. He tells them that he didn't think it was against the law to talk to a girl, and that his notebook is private. They ask him his name, and he tells them it's Leroy Brown. They tell him to leave the girl alone, and then they leave.