Doc and Carlos are outside the ER, and Carlos decides to pick a fight about Doc making him look incompetent in front of the kid's mother. Doc tells him that he didn't have to make Carlos look incompetent, because he was being incompetent all on his own. Carlos starts shoving Doc, and Doc calls Carlos a "little Mexican" and then starts beating on Carlos's face and ribs until Morales comes out and breaks it up. Yeah, Carlos. You know how to make yourself look good in front of the ladies.
Go away, Andie MacDowell! I don't care how you color your hair! Just go away!
Bosco and Yokas are in their car and Yokas asks Bosco if he wants kids. He says maybe, if he finds the right woman, he'll pass along the Boscorelli genes. I guess he'll be passing those genes into the receptacle of a blow-up doll, because I don't think there is a woman on this earth that could deal with his bullshit. Yokas tells him that when you have kids, you look at the things differently, and you wonder what kind of world you are leaving them. As Yokas is pontificating, they drive past a van that looks like the one described by the cemetery guy. The van has a flat and is abandoned. They look inside the van and find the cherub and the stained glass window.
Ty and Sully are walking into a library. They go to the front desk and ask the woman there for any information on Leroy Brown. They want to see what kind of books he takes out. There is no information on a Leroy Brown. Ty describes the guy they want info about to the woman, and she tells them that that guy's name is actually Chester Dennis. As in Chester the Molester, maybe? He has taken out books on female anatomy and gynecology, and he hangs out in the periodical section and harasses women all day.
Doc and Carlos are in the ER. Doc has an ice-pack on his hand, and Carlos has gauze over his eye. Carlos tells Doc that he isn't Mexican -- his mom is Filipino. Doc assumes that since Carlos's last name is Nieto that he is Hispanic, and of course if you are Hispanic, you must be Mexican. It's good to see that a black man is so educated about other races besides his own, and that he doesn't stereotype. Not. Carlos needs to explain to Doc that the Philippines was a Spanish colony for hundreds of years, hence the Hispanic name. His father could have been Mexican for all he knew, but he never met him, and his mother bailed out on him when he was three so he was a ward of the state for fifteen years. Doc apologizes -- for what, we don't know, he just says he is sorry. Carlos asks him where he learned how to hit like he did, and Doc tells him he learned from his brothers. Now it is Carlos's time to be ignorant, and he is all, "Brothers? Like brothers or brothers -- younger or older." Doc tells him he has three older brothers and one younger brother. Morales comes over and breaks up the Ignoramapalooza and looks at the cut on Carlos's face. She tells him he needs stitches and tells him to go to one of the open rooms. Carlos acts like he's hot to trot and tells Doc that Morales wants him, but she's afraid of being hurt. No, Carlos, I think she is just afraid of your stupidity.