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Episode List


Season 2

16 Sep. 1972
Roy and John rescue a man whose engine has fallen on him during his car repair work.
23 Sep. 1972
A stray dog wanders into the station, and the firemen name him Boot, who promptly takes a dislike to John. Later Roy and John rescue a boy trapped in a hole. Examination of the boy leads the doctors to determine the boy has a history of child abuse. A young girl who knows the boy approaches Dixie and reveals that she knows the truth about her friend, and wants to give him a model airplane of hers. Brackett's efforts to save the boy from his abusive life fail in the legal system, which leads to tragic results. In other rescues, a boy's head is stuck in a basement ...
30 Sep. 1972
Show Biz
John is excited about a photo shoot involving female models. A country doctor helps aid a man trapped under a tractor when Rampart is out of radio range, then he, himself becomes a patient when he suffers a heart attack. Rescues include; a man drowning in a swimming pool, two stuntmen trapped in a waterfall at a movie studio. A woman is distraught about running over and killing a young girl, when her father shows up bullying Dixie's nurses demanding to see the woman, Dr. Early informs him the woman died of a brain hemorrhage.
7 Oct. 1972
A sick lady with a monkey provides the key to a mysterious, highly contagious, and deadly virus that strikes both Dr. Brackett and John Gage. Meanwhile, the firemen rescue a boy from a treehouse and a man from a scaffold.
14 Oct. 1972
Peace Pipe
A drunk driver rams into a car, trapping a little girl inside, and the doctors are concerned the girl may have brain damage, which leads Dixie before Dr. Brackett, into explaining her parents about that disability, as well as paralysis, if surgery is successful. Kelly pesters John about his Native American heritage. The fireman have to rescue a man on a scaffold while being pinned down by a sniper. Other rescues include a boy getting his hand stuck in a gumball machine, a woman whose extremely tight girdle is causing breathing problems, and a fire caused by a workman ...
21 Oct. 1972
Dixie injures her toe. John decides he can make a lot of money by riding in rodeos. The squad goes to a hole-in-the-wall restaurant when a soda bottle explodes in a girl's face; later, they return for a gas explosion. After falling from a tree, a young boy lapses into a coma. The firemen rescue several children and a nun from a bus crash.
4 Nov. 1972
Fuzz Lady
Johnny and Roy treat a mugger with a broken leg, given at the hands of a female sheriff whom Gage falls for. Dixie reports several items, including Gage's jacket, have been disappearing from Rampart. Dixie, Johnny and Roy, were all responsible for Dr. Morton's cocky attitude, as Dr. Brackett has a conversation with Dr. Morton, regarding this. The firemen rescue an elderly man from his burning house, assist a grandfather who was injured by a model rocket, and rescue a boat thief trapped on a crane. Boot the dog returns to Station 51, with the same negative attitude ...
11 Nov. 1972
A paramedic from Vietnam has been assigned to John and Roy, who absolutely thinks that he knows more than the Rampart doctors. Dixie confronts the trainee about his unprofessional behavior with the staff, especially, the paramedics. Roy, John, and the trainee interrupt a purse-snatching, rescue a man who fell down a cliff, help a woman overdosed on prescription drugs, and save a man with an insulin reaction.
25 Nov. 1972
Journalist Christy Todd is assigned to cover Squad 51's rescues, and has an immediate dislike to John's (and many of the other firemen/male doctors') chauvinistic demeanor toward her, after Dixie recognizes most of John's rude personality. The journalist also observes the team save a trapped man under stuck under live power lines, a man trapped in a sofabed, another man, whose arm is stuck in a garbage disposal, and another man trapped in a bombed building, during which Roy has to rescue an injured John before the building explodes. The doctors treat a boy poisoned by...
2 Dec. 1972
Dinner Date
Roy tries to set John up with his wife's cousin. An epileptic woman nearly hits a child when he rides out between two parked cars; the ensuing emotional trauma throws her into a mild seizure. A man shoots his son-in-law when he discovers his daughter was married and pregnant without his knowledge. Drug and alcohol addiction rears its' head in four cases: A woman suffering from gangrene in her hand, an alcoholic who collapsed at his home in a hepatic coma, a girl poisoned by taking pills laced with sodium hydroxide, and a man suffering from tetanus. Other rescues ...
9 Dec. 1972
Musical Mania
John takes up bagpipes after Chet jokes with him about playing the squad's horn. John and Roy treat a gardener suffering from tetanus, a driver of an ice cream truck trapped after a wreck, a girl who overdosed on barbiturates who later dies, a pilot of a glider who crashed, and free a man trapped under his house. Dixie and Dr. Early talk to a couple whose son is suffering from lead poisoning, later found to be also suffering from deprivation dwarfism, and the father refuses to treat his son with experimental growth hormones.
16 Dec. 1972
Roy and his wife have a fight, and John offers his assistance, which makes the situation worse. During the rescue of a man whose car is hanging over a bridge a new doctor, Dr. Varner's, erratic instructions and behavior concerns Dixie. Dr. Varner later catches a atrial myxoma that Drs. Early and Brackett miss, but then is found asleep in her car and Dixie finds the reason for her behavior, who begs Dr. Varner to talk to Dr. Brackett about this, when he chose not to. The firemen assist a man who fell off a roof trying to get his dog down (then they rescue the dog), and...
6 Jan. 1973
The paramedics find that their dispatches are getting more dangerous than necessary with them having numerous near-collisions with careless civilian drivers during runs.
13 Jan. 1973
School Days
John and Roy are breaking in a new trainee who lacks self-confidence in tight situations, including assisting an elderly man who was injured by a falling bookcase, an ambulance broadsided by a car, a boy injured in a chemistry lab accident at his home, a sleeping man with a "snake" on his chest, and a man injured and trapped in a junkyard. A man says to Dixie that the boy's mother was separating, she asks them to find his mother. Dixie talks to the mother, whose own son is suffering from brain hemorrhage. Doctors treat a baseball player beaned in a game while not ...
3 Feb. 1973
The Professor
A professor working with the Secret Service is experiencing symptoms of schizophrenia and Dr. Brackett resents the interference of the government agents in the professor's care, where the professor's wife talks to Dixie, whose husband was brought over to the hospital, for a physical examination. Roy has an admirer calling him everywhere, despite Johnny saying to both Dixie and Dr. Early, his partner has no "charisma", and needles him relentlessly about it. Between the phone calls, the firemen assist a plane crash victim, deliver a premature baby, and help prevent a ...
10 Feb. 1973
Roy complains of a "tickle" in his throat, which John suspects is tonsillitis. A famous actor, and former flame of Dixie's, is admitted to Rampart with chest pain (later suspected to be related to excessive MSG consumption), while his producer clamors for him to be released to finish filming his TV show. While Dr. Early deals with a hypochondriac. Boot the Dog has surgery to remove a tick. The firemen assist two kids stuck on top of a gas tank, several girls injured in a rough lacrosse game, and a fire at Olive View Hospital (damaged in the 1971 San Fernando ...
17 Feb. 1973
A white lie causes a gas explosion, leading Johnny to desire only the honest truth. At Rampart, Doctors Early and Morton are trying to save a boy, who's choking to death. In a hysterical scene, Dixie and Johnny calm the boy's mother. In the field, Johnny and Roy rescue a teenage boy injured in a dive off a roof, and a baby and his blind grandfather trapped in a burning house. At the hospital, Dixie and Dr. Early treat a man who believes he is going to have a heart attack.
24 Feb. 1973
A woman attends a seance for her recently deceased sister and suffers a seizure, after which she constantly calls the Squad because she's convinced the bad things happening after that were a result of her sister. Dr. Brackett and Dixie treat a young man who took unprescribed tranquilizers, while the firemen rescue a man pinned under a load of cartons and a driver trapped underwater in his car.
3 Mar. 1973
Boot the Dog isn't eating and the firemen are concerned, even consulting with Rampart's staff, about their mascot, the cause turned out to be Chet yelling at Boot, who receives the temperature from Drs. Brackett and Morton, from Dixie. The Squad treats a woman who got her hair caught in a mixer, her hand stuck in a bowl, and catches her stove on fire while making dinner, a woman trapped in her car under a gas truck, and an explosion at a Rampart Hospital lab endangers the workers and important records stored there. The doctors treat an unconscious man suffering from ...
10 Mar. 1973
Roy and John are accused of stealing money from a victim. A premature delivery and a blinded man result from a car crash. A perilous rescue involves a plane that might explode.
7 Apr. 1973
John is worried about a pending IRS audit. The paramedics attempt to help a man hit on the head but refuses their assistance and demands to see a doctor, who turns out to be a professional medical con man. When the patient disappears, Dr. Brackett admittingly tells Dixie, he didn't move him. In a rescue that would have a very different outcome 40 years later, John & Roy get a baby out of a hot and locked car, then encounter an angry mother upset at their interference. A pregnant hippie woman is having trouble breathing and is brought into Rampart, where Dr. Brackett ...

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