Ty and Sully are in their car, and Ty starts singing that "Bad Bad Leroy Brown" song. Sully joins in. My ears start bleeding. They are interrupted by a call about a family dispute.
Kim and Bobby are sitting on the back bumper of their ambulance. Bobby tells Kim that the coroner is on his way, and Kim is feeling all guilty. Bobby tells her that it wasn't her fault and that she did everything she could. She says that Sunny is dead, so she could have done a lot more. Like what? Kidnap Sunny and hold her hostage until she detoxed? Whatever.
Sully and Ty go to the disturbance and find a man and a woman outside. The woman is hitting the man with a broom handle or something similar -- it looks like the woman is trying to play stickball with the man's head. Ty and Sully break them up and ask them what happened. The woman tells them that she was doing laundry and found rubbers in her husband's pants pockets, and her tubes are tied, so they don't need any birth control. Bosco and Yokas enter the scene, which confuses me, since in the past Bosco would usually just blow off calls that he thought would be boring. Consistency please, writers! The husband wants to press charges against her for hitting him. Sully tells him that his wife was hurt and upset that she found out that he was "catting around" and anyone would go a little crazy if they found that out, and he talks the husband into not pressing charges. Bosco calls Sully a social worker, and Sully tells him that they are out there to solve problems. Bosco does the "White Man's Overbite" and looks at Ty and then walks away.
Doc and Carlos are at a park, and there is a little boy having an epileptic seizure. They argue over what drug to administer. They argue over whether Carlos got the IV needle in right, and then Doc takes over. You just know Doc and Carlos want each other.
Kim and Bobby are talking about how the coroner will take fingerprints and dental info from Sunny and send it out across the country to missing persons, and if no one claims her she'll be cremated and put in a city plot. Bobby suggests they find her pimp and see if he has any information about her family. Yeah, I'm sure he has a file containing her personal information, along with her tax forms and copies of her ID.
Ty and Sully at a woman's apartment; the woman says her daughter is never so late coming home and that something is wrong. Since she's only two hours late, Sully thinks that something just came up and that the daughter is probably fine. He gives the mother his card, and as he and Ty are leaving, the woman tells them about a man who has been bothering her daughter at the library. He keeps asking her out and has a notebook that he constantly writes in. Oooh! The plot thickens!