Cut to the paramedics outside the burning building. Another fireman at the scene tells them that the fire started in the kitchen of a restaurant in the building and that the sprinklers put most of it out, but some people inhaled smoke and need help. Doc, Jerry, and Carlos stay to help the people suffering from smoke inhalation. Those people are on the forty-sixth floor, but the elevators won't run until the fire is declared controlled, so they have to go up the stairs. Can you see the joke coming?
Cut to Sullivan putting the drunk in the back of the car and Ty cleaning off his shoes. Dispatch on the radio asks for assistance -- there is a man with a gun on a street corner. Ty asks if they should take it, and half a second later Bosco's car goes flying by.
Cut to Bosco yelling out, "220 HORSES, I'VE GOT A GUN AND A TANK FULL OF CITY GAS! DON'T YOU LOVE IT!" Um, no, I don't love your dumb overacting and the fact that you cannot say a word without screaming or making a face of some sort. You aren't in Beverly Hills anymore. Shut. Up.
Cut to Kim and Bobby at a park. Hospital EMTs are working on a teenage girl but have no intention of bringing her to a hospital since she has no insurance. Some witty banter between the EMTs and Kim and Bobby, and then Kim injects something into the girl and the girl starts vomiting. Okay -- this scene scene was thrown into the show because ? This has to do with the rest of the stories because ?
Cut to Doc, Jerry, and Carlos going up the stairs. And getting tired. Can you see the joke yet?