In Philly, a man struggling to retrieve his impounded car takes a back seat when his wife flies into a rage. Sweet-natured ticket-writer Lachelle is shouted down by a Detroit woman who claims she has time on her meter. And in Philly, Sherry celebrates her birthday booting with Garfield, but faces a woman who won't stop crying.
In Philly, an infuriated woman calls the cops on rookie Richie for writing tickets! And in Detroit, Rodney and Sonjia lock horns with an angry man who uses his kids to try and stop his booted car being towed, while ticketer Sonja has it out with repeat offenders when patrolling handicap spaces.
Night booting in Philly gets out of hand when Frank and Rob are ambushed by an irate heavy-hitter. Motor city ticket-writer Ponytail is a talented "car whisperer," but the volume gets cranked up when he faces a threatening citizen. And outrage rules the lot, as a woman takes on the city and the PPA to fight a $1000 ticket.
In Philly, rookie ticket-writer Ritchie tries to play by the rules with an irate citizen, Yolanda helps a frustrated out of town couple to try to recover their car when they hit a wall. And on the night shift tow driver Dave works busy South Street but has to face off with some uncooperative partiers!
In Detroit Michele and Courtney need police back up when a furious woman literally pushes them to the limit. Philly Ticketer Shawn calls supervisor Jeff for help in a broken meter stand-off, and at the lot, an irate father and son learn they can't escape their unpaid tickets.
In Detroit, boot releaser Sonjia must calm irate citizens after Rodney and Courtney boot their cars. And in Philly, a frustrated man at the impound lot asks "Dude, where's my car?" as Marylin encounters the "frenemy" while ticketing in a rowdy neighborhood.
In Detroit a furious citizen challenges LouAnn over a ticket for blocking an alley. A man struggling to free his car from the Philly impound faces seemingly endless setbacks, and on their booting beat Garfield and Sherry run into a South Philly character right out of Goodfellas.