Hey, quiet down over there.I'm trying to sleep.
God damn it.You people all get out of here!
What makes youin charge?
'Cause thisis my [bleep] house!
[ Drum thuds ]
Hey, beat it, man,
or I'll make youmy bitch!
Yeah, we've got a bunchof drug-addict vagrants
trespassing in our yard,and we need assistance.
Oh, is that so?
Well,we'd like to come help you,
but we don't want to get fired.
What areyou talking about?
There's homeless people here,and they're scaring my kids.
You need to comedo something about this.
And are any of these homelesspeople of a minority persuasion?
Why does that matter?
Oh, it matters.
See, used to be we could beat upminorities, and nobody cared.
It's the reason a lot of usjoined the force.
Hey, Mitch, you want to go downand arrest some homeless people,
but not be able to beat upany minorities?
No, thank you.
Yeah, no,I think we're good.
In fact, we're thinking of maybe
turning the whole departmentinto a hula school.
What do you think?
God damn it!
What are they doing?!
They're not coming!
But they have to!
Karen brought in one of theirsyringes, for Christ's sake!
Well,it's just too bad.
The cops won't come,
so there's nobodyto scare the homeless away.
[ Lock disengages,door squeaks ]
I've, uh -- I've been let gofrom the force.
I'm so sorry.
[ Dog whimpers ]
Don't worry, old girl.
Might be a little toughto afford your medication,
but I'll find a way.
You know me.
I like to help.
I like to be needed.
Are They of a Minority Persuasion?
Kenny’s family asks the police for help with all of the homeless around their house, but the police refuse to help. Meanwhile, Barbrady comes to terms with being fired.