As they're helping an elderly person to the ambulance, Doc and Carlos discuss Counselor Dis. Doc thinks it's hilarious and highly ironic. Carlos is just annoyed. "The irony I see; the humor I'm missing," Carlos says. He adds that he's worried he'll look bad when he comes up for review, and he wants to keep his job until he becomes a doctor. "What if they give me another evaluation and they find out I'm cold, emotionless, and aloof?" Carlos asks. Doc says he wouldn't say that about Carlos. Oops, busted: turns out that's what Doc said about Carlos the second day they worked together.
Sensitivity training class. Carlos stares down a group of name tags on a table and mutters, "You've gotta be kidding me." And who should show up next to him but Mr. Sensitivity 2001, Bosco. Who didn't see that coming? Carlos asks him what he's doing there. "What, you mean this isn't Jazzercize class?" Who actually still does Jazzercise? Is that even a viable joke anymore? Sigh.... Bosco says that he's there because he had trouble with a "Can." Carlos asks for clarification. "You know, DominiCAN, MexiCAN, one of those south-of-the-border greaseballs." I'd love to elaborate on this, but this week, Carlos is the target of my bile, not Bosco. Carlos tells Bosco he's part Hispanic. "You're one of the good ones," Bosco tells him, generously. Carlos says he's there because he slept with a girl. Yeah, nice oversimplification there, Ear Boy. Suddenly, a guy with a beard -- who turns out to be the great Eric Bogosian (though why he's on this show, I have no idea) -- calls the class to order. Bosco quickly advises Carlos to tell the guy what he wants to hear, rather than be honest. Bosco also mentions that he's been through this training many times. Big surprise.
Lieutenant Lewis, who drones on, tells the group they have a problem, and that this course will teach them to be sensitive. I yawn. Bosco starts to say what the teacher's going to say before he says it. Lewis gets upset -- even more so when Carlos interrupts some more and tells the teacher, "I really shouldn't be here." Oh great, a "rebel in the class" cliché scene. Somebody wake me when it's over. The teacher tells Carlos he may be excused from the class if, in the next session, he can demonstrate compassion and make up for rudely interrupting the class. Smells like a trap to me. Oh, that wily Bogosian!