Jimmy is saved by the bell: an occupied apartment building is on fire and the guys need to slide down a large metal pole for a while. And they do. Oh, my, they do. They load up the trucks and screech out to the emergency site.
At the morgue, Susan is pacing while Bosco and Yokas wait silently. The county medical examiner, Tony, introduces himself to Susan and kindly explains to her the procedure for identifying a body. He goes back into the morgue and she stays put; when she's ready, she taps on the glass window in front of her, and he yanks back the curtain to reveal the cadaver and see if we've got Bingo. Susan digests all of this as if in a fog, drifting toward the window. Bosco and Yokas flank her, the former darting sidelong worried glances at Susan that reek of the kind of metallic caring only a true heart of gold can muster. "You just take your time and you do this when you're ready," Yokas soothes her. "Would you ever be?" whispers Susan. Yokas turns away. "No," she admits throatily. Susan stares at the glass very intently, then grabs Yokas's arm for support. Bosco catches all this with his stunning peripheral vision, and appears to be a tad envious. You go, Bosco. Let crime be your dating game. Susan finally lets out an anguished sigh and lunges forward, tapping the glass. On cue, the curtains rip apart, and Susan yelps, covering her face and turning away, shaking. She's nauseated, and covers her mouth, her entire body shuddering alarmingly. This continues for a few beats. "No," Susan finally shouts. "No, it's not her!" She's smiling and crying. Bosco asks if she's positive, and she is; Yokas smiles, "You're all right?" Susan beams through her tears, and Bosco privately appears relieved on Susan's behalf.
The fire truck pulls up to the apartment building, and as the men head for the doors, a deluge of broken glass rains down upon them. They drop and try to take cover. "What the hell?" one of them shouts. A woman starts screaming for aid in Spanish; the men peer up and see her leaning out one of the windows on the flaming floor. They scream for her to stay put, which is the last thing she apparently wants to do. Afraid she'll jump, they leave some men on the ground, while Jimmy and his two pals grab some rope and head up to the roof.