On the call, Sully tells Ty that he shouldn't go on the date. She could be a stalker or a groupie, or "a badge bunny," as he phrases it. He warns Ty to stay away from the nice, attractive woman. Yeah, Sully, try taking a vegetarian to Ruth's Steak House. Ty and Sully arrive at a big trash bin under a trash chute at the bottom of some building. An old gent leads them there over some woman's complaint and when they look inside, a hand is sticking out. Yuck. A woman is lying in there, covered in trash. Sully and Ty, who are wearing rubber gloves, speculate on a possible cause of death. No blood or marks. Probably suffocation before being tossed down the chute. A noise accompanies a slew of trash coming down on the body. Ty complains that the coroner won't come for an hour, and they should move the body. Sully resists because it's a crime scene. More trash comes down as they decide to move the bin.
In the locker room, Bosco comments on Ty's overly fragrant cologne. "It smells good, doesn't it?" Ty asks. Bosco invites Ty to a poker night, and Sully butts in to tell Ty he should definitely go and reconnect with his manhood. Which sounds vaguely dirty.
Sully goes outside and sees Gwen waiting for Ty. He makes up some baloney about Ty having already left for the night and how he's a heartbreaker. Gwen, who looks disappointed, starts to leave. Just as you'd expect, Ty walks out and sees her going. Sully tries to cover his tracks by pretending he thought Ty was already gone even though he saw him just a few seconds before. Sully, is there some deep dark secret, possibly involving Ty Sr., and possibly cribbed from the movie Lone Star that you're not sharing? As Ty and Gwen walk off, Sully looks on, all concerned.
Over drinks, Ty tells Gwen that Sully acts paternally toward him. Gwen awkwardly tries to talk about something, but Ty cuts her off and asks her to go to the zoo with him. He makes a lame "Lions, Tigers, and Bears" joke to which Gwen responds. Ty offers to pick up Gwen for a date the next day and then gets open and crass by proposing that they get together romantically. Gwen cuts him off. She pulls a picture from her purse and hands it to Ty. It's a young girl and Ty's dad. "This is my dad," Ty says. "Is this you?" It is. "You knew my dad?" "I'm your sister, Ty," Gwen says. Dum, dum, DUUUUUMMMM! "What are you talking about?" Ty asks. Gwen says it again because he didn't hear her the first time. We go to commercial. Oh, brother. No, really!