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Roy and Joanne appear on a TV quiz show. The firemen then respond to a liquor store shooting involving a policeman; another officer objects to the paramedics (before Dixie) treating the suspect. Dr. Brackett treats an abused child brought into Rampart, later the paramedics assist a man who inhaled too much nitrous oxide, treat a boy in anaphylactic shock from a bee sting, and aid the victims of a collision between a station wagon and a pickup truck carrying kerosene, causing a brush fire. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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Even though she is constantly referred to numerous times in the series, Roy's wife Joann is heard but not seen in this episode as John tries to get the TV to warm up. See more »

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While treating the bee-sting boy, Dr. Early orders an I.V. started with epinephrine. Then the next scene shows Roy saying no improvement. Dr. Early then orders 50 mg Benadryl I.V. push. Johnny repeats the order back on the biofone to Dr. Early, but he repeats the order for 1 mg epinephrine instead. Then the boy improves. See more »

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