John delivers a cyanotic baby to Rampart, and Dixie congratulates him on his behalf. The firemen give Roy a bad time about his cooking. A boy gets his hand stuck in a vase; John rescues a ... See full summary »

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Dr. Kelly Brackett
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Dixie McCall, R.N.
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Dr. Joe Early
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Roger Mundell
Jackie Russell ...
Judy Mundell (as Jacqueline Russell)
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Jay Hooper
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John delivers a cyanotic baby to Rampart, and Dixie congratulates him on his behalf. The firemen give Roy a bad time about his cooking. A boy gets his hand stuck in a vase; John rescues a kid in handcuffs. A man repairing a washer gets an electric shock. The paramedics rescue a man trapped on a crane. While trying to find an ice pack to give to Dr. Early, for the boy's hand, Dixie cautions a klutzy student nurse, Sharon Walters, not to run around in the hospital. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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When Johnny and Roy are about to eat and the fire call comes in, the fire engine leaves the station before the fire call is finished. See more »

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Paramedic John Gage: I'm not even letting you in the house.
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Those crazy Paramedics!
12 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are two main story lines in this episode. First, it is Roy's turn to cook and he's cooking some fancy dish that requires a lot of prep and grocery buying. Johnny is very worried, as all the other firemen, and would love to be working on C shift! Roy in his ever-quiet way shows his irritation with Johnny by offering to see that he works with C shift in the future. "By supper?" Johnny sarcastically requests.

The other story line involves a young man, whom Johnny and Roy bring back to life after he injects drugs. He has no parents, only an older brother, who feels guilty for not doing a better job and now worries he'll be a vegetable.

Then of course, like many other episodes we have to have a risky rescue. In this case, it's a man at the very end of a long...rail high up in the sky. Johnny makes sure Roy understand he's a bit frightened. Johnny quips that it's like walking on a fence rail, then after they start across the blue expanse, even Roy agrees it just may be a bit different...The writers/producers do a good job in making the whole scene stressful and action-filled.

Another incident involves an accidental electrification in a kitchen.

Another great episode!


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