Man, I missed this theme song over the summer! Yo, yo, Crystal Method. Rock my world.
Commercial time. That commercial for Titans is right on. I watched it this week. Man, that was the best trashy show I've seen since The Colbys.
Back on the scene and the whole cast (sans Jimmy) is here. Bosco makes a rude comment comparing the windshield crashers to Olympic divers (how very NBC of him) while Yokas marvels that Sully didn't get blown away by the nine millimeter one of the bad guys had been carrying. Kim and Bobby attend to one victim, who looks dead on the scene while a Post photographer shoots pictures. Bosco tries to shoo the photographer away. As Bosco threatens the photographer, the bad-guy driver is found to still be alive. The Jaws o' Life are brought in to peel back the car's roof like a cheap can of cat food. We even get a nice overhead visual of the process. Sully watches, obviously anguished. Dude, next time you lose your keys, just let it go. Carlos and Doc work to get the guy out of the car as Carlos yells quite a lot. Photos are still being snapped, making it look like a photo shoot for Car Carnage Magazine.
Ty and Sully have a short confab. Ty says everybody but the bad guys will be okay. Sully says he's surprised the lawyers aren't already lining up. And then, it appears Ty traded in his stick-up-the-ass sense of duty for a new sense of humor: he makes it clear he won't rat on Sully about what just happened. You know, Ty's moral compass always goes off for no reason, then disappears when he should actually use it.
Kim and Doc are attending to the surviving bad guy, who has a foot that is twisted, to use the medical terminology, "way outta whack." They straighten the foot as Sully and I wince. Sully looks at a pair of shovels that Bosco spotted. Hey, what the hell happened to Bosco's hair? Is he joining a boy band or something? Sully gets on one knee and examines a shovel as if he's going to propose to it. The photographer snaps pictures as Bosco again threatens the poor guy. Sully picks up a video camera that is sitting alongside the shovels.
We pan to a rainy street near the bridge, then soil, then the pipe sticking out of the ground where that poor old guy is buried. Wait, did I accidentally record Tales from the Darkside or Tales from the Crypt?