I have a son with Asperger's too and while there isn't anything that will make him like other people there ARE things that can grease the wheels of interaction. I'm kind of comfortable with the logical mindset of most autistics. "No do, dead." Seems to really sum the whole thing up nicely.
I wish Hooten was trying to teach Park these things instead of what feels like just poking at his flaws. Presumably Hooten agreed to hiring Park and knew what his language skills and beside manner were before he did. So...