Episode 6: Sunny Like Sunshine (Aired: November 7, 1999)
Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) hits a pedestrian; Sunny (Nathalie Paulding), the teenage hooker, asks Yokas (Molly Price) to let her stay at her place; Bobby wonders if he should act on his growing attraction to Kim (Kim Raver).
Episode 7: Impulse (Aired: November 14, 1999)
Bosco and Yokas (Jason Wiles, Molly Price) find a body in the trunk of a burning car; Davis (Coby Bell) is not pleased that his mother and Sully are going to a movie; Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) hits a car driven by a pregnant woman.
Episode 8: History of the World (Aired: November 21, 1999)
On Thanksgiving Day, Bosco (Jason Wiles) has an unusual encounter with a man (Matt Ross) in a restaurant, while Yokas (Molly Price) endures a tense family dinner.
Episode 9: Modern Designs for Better Living (Aired: November 28, 1999)
Bobby’s ex-con brother is under suspicion for a robbery; Doc’s father (Ossie Davis) is hospitalized after an overdose; an obese woman has to be removed from a five-story walk-up.
Episode 11 Alone in a Crowd (Aired: January 17, 2000)
A car blocks the fire house exit; Doc and Carlos bring a young Chinese woman to the hospital against her family’s wishes; Sully (Skipp Sudduth) is unnerved by a suicide.
Episode 12: Journey to the Himalayas (Aired: January 24, 2000)
The police search for a missing mentally challenged teen; Matty (Jon Seda) tries to make amends; Doc brings his father (Ossie Davis) back home; Davis goes on patrol duty with Candyman (Wendell Pierce)
Episode 13 This Band of Brothers
The police search for a missing mentally challenged teen; Matty (Jon Seda) tries to make amends; Doc brings his father (Ossie Davis) back home; Davis goes on patrol duty with Candyman (Wendell Pierce).