Cut to Doc and Carlos at the station. Doc asks Carlos how he is feeling after seeing all the dead bodies that day. Carlos is all, "I didn't feel anything. I kept thinking that it should really bug me, but I felt nothing." Didn't Morales in A Chorus Line sing a song called "I Felt Nothing"? I'm just saying. Doc explains that since Carlos didn't know those people in real life and didn't know who they were, he couldn't feel a loss when they were gone. Foreshadowing, maybe? So then a call comes over the radio about a possible GSW (gunshot wound, in other words), and Jerry, Doc, and Carlos have to go, and Jerry gets all bent out of shape because he was cooking a gourmet dinner of some sort and now he can't eat it.
Cut to Sullivan and Ty in their car. They see a guy in a "Pervert" jacket and they spotlight him, and the guy runs away, and Sullivan tells Ty to stay in the car but Ty doesn't listen -- he gets out and chases the guy to an elevated subway platform, and the guy jumps and falls to the street and splatters himself right in front of Sullivan standing by his car. How convenient. And why doesn't Ty ever listen to Sullivan? Know-it-all momma's boy.
Cut to commercial, and I get myself another glass of wine to try to stay numb.
Cut to Kim and Bobby walking into some fancy apartment building and talking about how expensive it would be to live there, and they go into the elevator that has a man operating it. Whatever.
Cut to Carlos, Doc, and Jerry going into a different apartment building and Jerry complaining that his food will be ruined. A woman on one of the upper floors hangs out of her window and yells, "Up here! He's bleeding!" They go whaling up the stairs, and a guy shoots Jerry point-blank three times, and all three of them fall down the stairs. Jerry is moaning, "Oh, Doc, he shot me. Oh God, Doc, he shot me." And Doc tries to get to Jerry, but the gunman is still on the stairs and he shoots Jerry in the arm, and Jerry is still saying, "He shot me. He shot me." Which reminds me of Mustafa in Austin Powers, International Man of Mystery, when he gets thrown into the pit of fire but he doesn't die, and then someone goes over to him and shoots him and he is all, "Oh! I've been shot! Why did you shoot me? Oh no! I've been shot again!" Nice to steal from a comedy when you're trying to do drama (and I use that term loosely).