T.C. crosses paths with a guy who is openly racist. The guy has a bar and forces all vendors of ethnicity to leave. When T.C. learns they can't do anything about what the guy's doing, he feels frustrated. When T.C. answers a call about a disturbance at the man's bar he goes and the guy has himself beaten up and claims T.C. did it and it's his word and his friend's against T.C.'s. Cory discovers a young man who is spray painting all over the place and let's him go if he promises not to do it anymore but he still does.
A body builder/ waitress at Sheila's restaurant is hooked on steroids and in debt to a viscous, body building steroid dealer and user. An old Naval buddy of Chris Kelly's comes to visit and is interested in striking up a romance. At the same time, McNamara and Del Toro find themselves in the middle of a turf war between a Korean T-shirt shop owner and a weird homeless man who plays saxophone, one song, all day long.
T.C. and Cory go to the bank to do something. That's when 3 men come in whom Cory makes as bank robbers, and tries to let them go but the security guard jumps the gun and they're trapped. T.C. who wasn't seen stays hidden. When the SWAT team arrives they see T.C.'s bike and calls Palermo who arrives and is told by the others that Cory's with him. The bank robbers only want to talk to Palermo. T.C. somehow gets all the hostages out except for him, Cory and a pregnant woman. Palermo wants to have the bank's security system deactivated so he has Chris and Victor look for...
Palermo finds himself working 2 cases at the same time. The first working with T.C. and they're looking for a guy who robs motorists while they're stuck in traffic. And with the girls who are posing as hookers and with him posing as their pimp to locate an arms dealer who always picks some up when he's in town. At the same time Cory's meeting her boyfriend's parents who are in town and things get awkward because his father was in the hotel when they were.