An elevator gets stuck between floors, and then the brake drum fails; inside, a woman has a heart attack. Despite Sharon Walters's admiration for Dr. Brackett, he sets her off, whenever ... See full summary »

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An elevator gets stuck between floors, and then the brake drum fails; inside, a woman has a heart attack. Despite Sharon Walters's admiration for Dr. Brackett, he sets her off, whenever he's around to see her please him, therefore, Dixie diagnoses her nursing student with Bracketitis. Later, a fireman buff develops a crush on John, who tries to get rid of her. A man is injured in his junkyard. An industrial accident takes place at a railroad yard. With the help of Dixie, and before Nurse Walters smiles in front of both Dixie and Dr. Brackett, they all take care of a man with a pulmonary embolism. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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Johnny mentions subbing for Kirk on B-shift. Later he says that Cynthia chasing him is Kirk's fault for switching shifts. If Kirk can sub for Johnny he must be a paramedic. However later Kirk comes in and says he traded shifts with Chet. He could sub for Chet as a firefighter, but Chet would not be able to trade for a paramedic's shift. See more »

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Dispatcher: [Over intercom] Engine 51, Squad 51, Truck 8. Possible cardiac victim trapped in an elevator.
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Nurses Vs. Doctors
17 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The title of this episode mentions that there's some sort of trouble in this episode, which is nothing new. The problem, or dilemma, is Dr. Bracket. But Dr. Bracket seems to think the nurse intern is the problem. She always seems to be making mistakes around ER doc, but Dixie understands the situation and knows how to fix it.

Another "dilemma" of sorts is happening at the fire station. Johnny Gage seems to have a woman after him (usually, he seems to be the one 'after' women), and he doesn't like it. He tries to get one of the other men to ask him out, and succeeds; or does he?

Meanwhile, the medical professionals do a little bit of work. They rescue a group of people from an elevator, help a man who has his own personal junk yard in his backyard, and rescues two men involved in an industrial accident. Though the most heart-warming scene is the beginning, the most humorous is the junk yard...


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