In Philadelphia, a woman refuses to get out of her booted vehicle that's supposed to be towed away. In Detroit, a Baptist convention causes parking problems; and a young woman attempts to retrieve her boyfriend's car from the impound lot.
In Philadelphia, two cars get the boot on the same block, and one of the owners decides to get physical; and a 70-year-old man tries to stay calm while retrieving his impounded car. In Detroit, a ticket-giver faces an angry citizen.
A man is outraged when his car gets the boot, and he tries to remove the device; a ticket writer confronts a man whose vehicle is blocking a bus zone; and a father and son try to retrieve their impounded car.
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.
Season 2 premiere: A woman loses her car keys at the impound lot; a man becomes infuriated when his car has to be towed; and a man's impounded car can't be released without his mother-in-law being present.