Always losing the game of cards, while creating his own card game, John is stuck doing the dishes at Station 51. Off-duty, Dr. Brackett spends some time at Dixie's to unwind. Roy talks down... See full summary »

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Always losing the game of cards, while creating his own card game, John is stuck doing the dishes at Station 51. Off-duty, Dr. Brackett spends some time at Dixie's to unwind. Roy talks down a boy in a plane after the pilot (his father) has a heart attack. The paramedics respond to an attempted suicide, an overturned truck and a teenage overdose victim. Drs. Brackett, Early and Morton takes care of a husband who's suffering from a severe hemorrhage. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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The refinery rescue was shot directly across the street from the Station 51 location in Carson CA, which can be glimpsed in the background. See more »

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Airspeed is measured in knots not mph. See more »

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Captain Hammer: First bell. Freeze!
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A mixed bag episode
19 June 2013 | by (United States Minor Outlying Islands) – See all my reviews

This isn't a typical "feel-good" episode. It starts out well enough, with Roy taking the lead and acting every bit the senior partner in the paramedic team as he (improbably) talks down a boy to land his father's airplane after the father is incapacitated. Not very realistic, perhaps, but entertaining just the same.

At the hospital, Brackett has his hands full with this patient (the boy's father suffered a heart attack), and with other patients as well, including a miserable guy who tried three ways to commit suicide, and a truck driver with a mysterious condition. There seems to be a moral to this episode: guessing vs. thorough testing. Anyway, it's not really a happy ending at the hospital, and, as Dr. Brackett experiences first- hand, it's not fair and it really stinks. (We do see Brackett stopping by Dixie's apartment when she's off duty, in her robe, no less. No word on when he left. *wink* )

My question, though, is... what's up with Johnny and the nurse? He says hi to a pretty young woman but she snubs him. Telling Roy that he took the girl out the previous week, John says, "we had a good time," to which Roy responds "Is that your opinion or hers?" We see the girl again, and again she ignores Johnny, so we're just left to wonder--what the heck happened on their date?


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