An angry teen at the impound lot starts blaming everyone for her predicament; a ticketing-crew member has a confrontation with a couple who parked on the sidewalk; and an irate mob forms when a boot is given to a mailman's vehicle.
In Philadelphia, a man is the victim of clerical errors at the impound lot, and a ticketer hears all sorts of excuses from illegal parkers on South Street; and booters make Detroit citizens even unhappier on the coldest day of the year.
In Philadelphia: A man whose car gets the boot becomes irate; and a man comes to help his son get his car from the impound lot. In Detroit: A worker gets into a shouting match while ticketing handicapped-parking violators.
In Philadelphia, a woman calls the police when she's angry about getting a ticket; and a Detroit man tries to keep his booted car from being towed; and a ticket person gets mad at people parking in handicap spaces.