Under the bridge, Ty and Sully arrive on the scene where a little girl got clocked by the phantom brick thrower. The girl is on the ground, bloody and crying. Ty goes to question some kids who might have seen the assault. The three kids try to describe the brick thrower. They keep changing their story. He had a hat. He didn't. He was tall. He wasn't. He was a black guy, definitely, one kid says. "The suspect is taller than four feet," Ty finally concludes to Yokas, who is standing nearby.
At a hot-dog stand, Sully is explaining the virtue of a hot dog without too many condiments. The secret, he reveals, is eating twelve hot dogs at a time, with mustard. You can streamline the process without all the extras. Ty drinks a bottle of water and ignores Sully. Sully is asking what's wrong, and Ty gives him the silent treatment. Sully sticks up for Ty's dad. He was in love with two women, Sully says, and he never neglected any of his dozens of kids. Ty walks off. Sully looks sad, remembering the good old days when you could get twelve crullers for a dollar. "Give me a cruller dozen for a dollar," you'd say.
That night, Ty shows up at Gwen's door. Gwen looks happy to see him, but it'll be short-lived. "What do you want?" Ty asks bluntly, wondering why she came into his life. He wants to know why she came to the station the day before. She gives a sweet answer: she looks for him all the time, thinks he's a hero, and brags about him to all her friends. "So what, do you think I owe you something?" he asks. She says she doesn't want to be the bastard sister. Ty starts pulling out the cheap blows. He says that his father would have been with her family if he'd really wanted to. "I'm not your brother. You were a mistake," Ty says. Oh man, please kick his ass, Gwen. Just pull your arm back and clock him in his mouth. Instead, Gwen asks Ty to come in. He starts to leave. Reluctantly, he goes inside. What, are you going to pee on her curtains and kill her cat, now? Geez. Just as he walks inside, Gwen's mother comes down the stairs. She is pretty and looks like a nice lady. She says she always wondered what she would say if she met him. "This is horrible," she says finally. She says she's sorry and goes back up the stairs. Gwen calls after her and then goes after her mother. Ty goes to a wall of photos featuring his dad prominently. Dad was the Charles Kuralt of the NYPD.