Another weak transition: it looks like Yokas is throwing her spoon in an empty coffee cup but, hey, no, look out! It's actually Sully in his own kitchen, throwing his own spoon in a totally different coffee cup! Oh man, how brilliant! This has even more clever scene transitions than Lone Star! Sully is the sad single guy. He's washing dishes alone. There is absolutely no reason for this scene except to make us feel sorry for poor, alone Sully. Awwww.
At the station, Doc is trying to fix a pipe, and it leaks a bunch of brown stuff on his hand. Carlos gets him a pot to put under the pipe, but Doc's hand is already covered in what he says is bacon grease. Man, how much bacon do they eat there? That was like a whole pig farm's worth. Kim arrives as everyone is just showing up. Bobby brings in the Post, which has a nice picture of him being all heroic. Pride goeth, Bobby. Pride goeth. Carlos is upset because Sully's ass is in the frame. Wait, they got Sully's ass and Bobby's huge head in the same picture? They must have used a wide-angle lens. Kim enters as Bobby is getting dressed. He asks about her "daily fix" to visit Jimmy. "You don't approve?" Kim asks. Has he ever? Bobby points out that she's seeing another woman's fiancé every day. Kim plays the denial game by bringing up poor Joey, who she says she's taking to see his injured father. If Kim was any lower right now, she'd be looking where Sully's keys had fallen. Bobby asks about a wedding date, and Kim says Jimmy and the bride-to-be never set a date. Bobby says snarkily that it gives Kim more time to work. "Do you ever get tired of being better than everybody else?" she asks. No, just better than you, Kim. Kim rolls her eyes as if she's the one who's doing nothing wrong.
Bosco, who I want to name "Shorn," busts into the locker room proclaiming himself a God. God readies a lightning bolt. Apparently, Bosco thinks he broke a record. He had sex eight times the night before. Ewwww. Ty, he of modesty, says he's gone more times than that in a single night with a dancer from Cats named Tawnee. Can I get another "Ewwww"? ["Yes. I refuse to believe that Ty isn't a virgin." -- Sars]
Yokas and Sully escape, and Faith goes on about the magical "eight." She says Nicole and Bosco should have kids, and then they won't have sex eight times in a year. Sexually inactive, much? Oh, no, I guess not: you're pregnant. Yokas says she saw Sully's picture in the Post. So what, they bitch to the photographer on the scene, but then they feel all good that they made it in the paper? Sully complains that he looked like he was trying to figure out what a shovel was. Yokas pretends to be serious, but then walks off laughing. Poor Sully. Again.