Cut to commercial, and I run to the kitchen and pour myself a large glass of wine to dull the pain.
Cut to Bosco and Yokas driving past a burning building. How convenient. Yokas calls Dispatch to tell them about it, because with all those people in the street watching, you just know no one bothered to call 911. Bosco jumps out of the car and runs into the building, like the moron he is. An ambulance and a fire truck arrive, and explosions go off inside the building. Yokas goes into the building to look for Bosco, and she finds a man lying on the floor and pulls him out of the building. I guess Bosco figured that the guy was close enough to getting out on his own and didn't bother with him. Bosco goes up a few flights of stairs and starts busting through doors looking for people. He finds a woman and a child in a bathroom and the boy is in the tub. Hey lady, right then would not be the best time to give your kid his weekly bath.
Cut to the outside of the building, where a woman is holding a baby out of her window and she is freaking out and she tosses her baby. Doc just happens to be standing under the window, and he catches the baby perfectly in his arms. I guess he finished first in his Tossed-Baby Catching class at the academy. Meanwhile, two firemen smash the windows of a Town Car parked in front of a hydrant and thread the hose through the car while the owner of the car yells at them. That scene seemed familiar to me, and my friend Ariel reminded me that I'd seen it before in Backdraft.
Cut to Bosco and the woman and child, trapped in the building and inhaling smoke. A fireman finds them and takes them out of the building. I'm not even going to go on about what a dumb-ass Bosco is, except to say, "Way to try to kill yourself while killing others, Bosco."
Cut to the outside of the building, now night-time, and the car with the hose in it is now all filled with water. I guess that means that hours have elapsed or something. Whatever.
Cut to Carlos giving CPR to some guy, and Doc is telling him that the guy is dead and that he can stop the CPR, but Carlos keeps trying for a minute or two more. When I took a CPR class, it took a hell of a lot of energy to perform CPR, and I think if someone had been giving someone CPR for a while and were told they could stop, they would stop pretty quickly. But I guess that wouldn't make for good drama. Not that this is good drama -- I'm just saying.
Cut back to Bosco at one of the ambulances, getting checked out to see if he is okay. He's acting like he is a hero or something, but everyone is telling him he's a moron. Bosco, knowing is half the battle. Jimmy Doherty is there with Kim and says to her, "You're looking good. Why did we ever break up?" and Kim reminds him, "You slept with my sister." Oooh, the plot thickens. Well, no, not really.