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Disney Channel series inspired by real life EMT squads staffed by high school students. It follows the adventures of four high school students who volunteer part-time as EMTs so they work towards a medical career. The live-action dramatic series follows the lives of four such teens as they strive to balance the responsibility of saving lives with the everyday, adolescent demands of family, friends and school. Written by <adisneykid@yahoo.com>

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26 August 2000 (USA)  »

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Val: Don't bleed on my Flagstone.
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Only Way
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Written & Performed by Blaise Pascal
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Just like the rest of you, I ask "Why"?
30 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

I was trying to figure out why Disney cancelled this show. At first I thought maybe they didn't want anymore Canadian produced shows.(No offense Canada. I love Montreal.) But that didn't make sense. Ratings? Yeah like that's a factor. If Disney cancelled shows based on ratings Dave the Barbarian would be gone by now along with Lizzie McGuire. So I thought and thought. Then it hit me. This show is a drama. All the shows they have now are comedies. So maybe they didn't want to loose there target audience with Dawson's Creek type stuff(I know there are better dramas than DC but I'm just trying to make a point). Let's face it. Disney's programming has gone down hill. After Jett Jackson and So Weird left, that was it. All the shows are crappy. Even the Proud Family is loosing luster. Disney made a BIG mistake in cancelling this show. At least this one had realism. They need better programming.


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