Jaime and Max have fled to the Sierra Nevada mountains and take refugee with an old flame of hers, forest ranger Roger Grette. She finally deduces that Max is not suffering from bionic ... See full summary »

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Jaime and Max have fled to the Sierra Nevada mountains and take refugee with an old flame of hers, forest ranger Roger Grette. She finally deduces that Max is not suffering from bionic breakdown, but has a fear of fire instead. During one such panic attack, Max breaks loose and runs straight into a forest fire. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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A German Shephard is largely wolf in breed and appearance, so Roger's naming his dog "Lobo" makes perfect sense. See more »

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The "dog may be dangerous; shoot to kill" note that Roger had jotted down sometime earlier from having heard the fugitives report on the ranger station radio neglects to include the extremely important provisional "if the dog attacks". An experienced law-enforcement officer like Roger would *always* be sure to take down all the vital details, especially since he was writing the note not just as a reminder to himself, but to his fellow ranger buddies, too (just in case they had not also heard the APB broadcast on their portable walkie-talkies), and so they would need to know not to just automatically shoot Max if they merely saw him, but only if he actually lunged at anyone. See more »

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Dr. Rudy Wells: [Max is licking Jaime's face] Max, I'm sure your licks are beneficial, but the oxygen will do her more good.
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References Emergency! (1972) See more »

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