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Al 'Boogie' Lewis,
I remember being a big TV fan of the 1972-77 show, "Emergency," with the crew of Los Angeles County Fire Dept Station 51 and Rampart Hospital. "Rescue 77" is the next generation of that classic TV series. This new TV show depicts a modern-day Fire Dept station equip with the latest technology and three young, enthusiastic paramedic team doing heart-pounding rescue stunts and saving lives. A long time ago, I had a thought that someday a Producer will create a TV series after "Emergency." And WAH-LA...here it is...."Rescue 77." In fact, I like the idea to see a female crew member in the Fire Dept for a change especially if she's outgoing, cute blonde with a deep voice.
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