Cut to a woman running out her house and flagging down Bosco. She tells them that a man was by her basement window, and Bosco asks her what kind of gun the guy had. The woman tells him that the guy didn't really have a gun, and that she was told if she mentioned a gun when calling for help, it would cut down on the response time. Of course Bosco gets all annoyed because now he has no reason to shoot anyone. So the woman tells them that a man was watching her as she was getting out of the shower, and when they asked her what he looked like, she told them he looked like a clown -- red hair, yellow jacket, striped pants. So Yokas asks the woman how old she thought the peeping Tom was, and Bosco chimes in with, "In clown years." Woo Nellie! The comic lines are flying now! Maybe the writers should stick to stealing from other shows, because the lines they come up with themselves blow.
Cut to Doc, Jerry, and Carlos going up the stairs. Still. Then Jerry says to Carlos, "When was the last time you were with a man? Don't worry -- everyone's nervous the first time. You'll get used to it." Again, the hell? Is this supposed to be funny? I don't get it, and I don't want to get it.
Cut to Sullivan and Ty in their car, where Sullivan is "explaining" to Ty that they are out there to solve problems and not arrest everyone they come across. Dispatch calls them for help with an auto break-in. Sullivan asks why Bosco can't do it, and dispatch tells them Bosco is still searching for the clown. ("Bosco is the clown." -- Sars.) On the way to the break-in, they stop at a red light and the clown walks past them. As they are watching the clown, dispatch calls again for assistance with a robbery at a jewelry store. Sullivan goes, "3,2,1 " and Bosco's car goes flying by. So if Sullivan knows that Bosco pulls this shit all the time, why doesn't he just bust his ass for it? Hi, my name is Sullivan, and my goal in life is to be a martyr.
Cut to Bosco and Yokas at the jewelry store, taking down a description of the people who broke into the store. The owner tells them it was three black teenage boys, and one of them had a jacket on that said "Pervert." Um, okay. So Sullivan drives up, takes the clown out of the back of his car, and puts him into Bosco's car. Then he walks over to Bosco and takes his handcuffs, goes back to his own car, and leaves. Bosco, the master thespian, makes a "whatever" face. Yokas is all, "You think he's pissed? I think he's pissed." I think I'm pissed that I agreed to watch this crap and write about it.